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The HeralcPs Spprting News
C Pioneer Plaza, Opp. Sheldon.
Bstcbp house in city, with buffet in
CJnnreWB. C uieiwiauuj ....... -
II till 2:3.
THE EASTERN GRILL.
We cater to people who appreciate
good things to eat.
Bell Phone 4S2. 304 EI Paso St.
THE SILVER GRILL.
IOC SAX ASTOXIO ST.
Good meals our specialty
Auto phone 1S12.
SIXITARV RESTAURANT AJVD
217 X. STAXTOX.
We pie&se people who like good things
Auto phone 2395. .
210 MESA AVE. .
We please people who insist on
Auto phone 201.
,. 405 X. OREGON ST.
In connection with our confectionery
oW drinks we serve tasty cold
"inches. Aato phone 1330
oae"re Faluns the loHowlne ad
serusers this morning. .
These replies shoufd be caUfd fornot
later lhan one week" after being bulle
tined: , .
R. G. B.
. wwrr .nftnfr man
i:e experience tc L work extra on Sat
tirdas. Apply to Guarantee Shoe Co.
ANTED An intelligent boy of about
1". ears of age to learn the shoe .busj
noss. A good future for an ambiBoM
and Industrious boy: must live i"i
parents: none others need apply; small
iafary to start. Guarantee Shoe Co.
BLACKS3HTH MACHINIST with tech
nical education, wants steady positn.
best references. Write P. io6, Herald.
WANTED Unfurnished room
i.nIon depot, north side tractcs.
Gardner. Bell zo.
WANTED Competent nurse for 13
mo old baby; must sleep on the place.
Apply Manager Brown. News Co., fatan
xon St. depot-
EYE TROLBLE? Ask gegau.
BrDS WNTED The school trustees
of the City of Pecos, Texas, will receive
bids up to 5 oclock p. m., July 20th,
!Ut for the erection of a school build
ing 'in Pecos, Texas, pending sale of
approved bonds. Building 65x75, two
stones high, brick or stone walls or
dinarv construction, tin roof, gal. Iron
cornice, metal ceilings, steel and C. T.
wrk. plastering and furnace heat.
Those wishing to figure on will send
certified check for $15, guaranteeing
T&ie return of plans at time of letting
to W. H. Kelly. Architect, Pecos, Texas.
Right reserved to reject any and all
A- H. Phillips, President.
P;os, July 4. 1910.
FOR RENT 2 partly furnished or un
furnished rooms for ngnt nouseeep
lng' no children, no sick,
firstclass people need apply,
vada. Bell 2115.
-wriTiTTTKTi COUPLE -without children .
desire a married couple or two ladles
to share 5 room cottage, nicely fur
nished, walking distance. Call 817
EYEGLASS C031FORT5 Ask ScgalL
$14O0 S300 CASH S20 MONTH.
Boys a 2 room brick with bath on
"Wallace T. Dowsing,
209 Mesa Ave.
DOXT PAY RENT.
I have several houses from 2- to 7
rooms fr sale on easy monthly pay
Wallaee T. Dovrning,
209 Mesa Ave.
3UKE ME AX OFFTR
Or a 18 room modern brick with 2
baths: has 68 feet frontage on paved
street; terms can be arranged tp suit
any purchaser. Will sell this ata. real
29 Mesa Ave.
PAYS 10 PERCENT NOW.
Have a 5 room house that is rented
permanently to a responsible party
Pays ?30 yearly rental. Will sell for
$2159 o your own terms.
"Wallace T. Downing,
209 Mesa Ave.
$2100 WIL1 UITX
A 5 roera modern brick; your own
$3500 FOR A
Fix room modern brick with 7 lots on
street car line. Any reasonable terms.
Wallace T. Dowmng,
2t9 Mesa Ave.
FOR UEXT. x
GI4 N. El Paso St, 5 rooms (fur.) $30.00
51S Newman St. 4 rooms $15.-";!
S13 N. Campbell. 4 rooms 1C.00
SI N. El Paso St, 5 rooms 25.00
1417 Nevada St. 5 rooms 25.00
411 WIHow St. 5 rooms 22.50
215 Arizona. 10 rooms 62.o0
C33 Mesa, 7 rooms 45.90
71ft N. Oregon. 4 rooms (fur.)... 30.00
27 Boulevard. 4 room fiat 25.00
Eafford & Collier,
H7 Mwa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
son EGG RELIABLE INCUBATOR and
" brooders cheap. 219 S. Stanton.
Jfor Sale Sea! Estate.
We have a 20 acre ranch with 8
room hese near Las Cruces, on which
tn- price has just been reduced 10 percent-
Most of this land is In alfalfa
a"nd it is. one of the prettiest and most
productive ranches in the valley. Price
only $135 per acre, with easy terms.
Zz miles west of Las Cruces. raw
land, bat lays exceptionally well and
price is -only $49 per acre, cash,
balance 1. and 2 shears, or will di
iide either of the above places to suit.
6 ROOM COTTAGE.
oae of the swellest and most upto
date in town, and price Is only ?4500.
It facs oasL
S ROOM 2 STORY j
Rf-d pressed brick home on Nevada
ii , uh diwck, ana price oi ?oauu is
m-low the market. Immediate posses
sion can be given.
7 ROQ3I, RIO GRANDE ST.,
On 12 lets., red pressed brick, paved
street. 119 btock. Price cut to $5500 j
tyi tfuicn. sair. ine iuls are nuim
$3. This won't last long.
' ROOMING- HOUSE.
On N. 0$e"gon St.; close in. Pays well
and price is only $700.
Building site for sale at $1150. It's
th- cheapest site in town.
FIVE ROOM BRICK
On California SU only 2 blocks from
Arizona St. car line- It faces south
and price is 33250. You couldn't dupli
cate the place for the price asked.
W. F- PAYNE.
Phone 1250. Angelus Hotel Bldg.
A L. T.
I. F. R.
j E- B.
j Too Lat3 To Classify.
J FURXISHED HOUSE.
J Four rooms, newly furnished, fenced.
! rra;; atn - all pnnvcnipnp.PS" niirp mesa
- 0..u , ..-w., ... ww.. ..w, j -
! water. Dur air and the summer nights
are always cool in Grand View. On
Ft- Bliss car line. 30. Call 1653.
This modern 5 room cottage with
full sized basement: must be sold be
fore the 15th. There is a note -of $875
coming- due on this property, which the
owner is unable to meet. "Will sacrifice
for a quick sale. Get busy and make
us an offer.
Cassldy & Davidson,
211 St. Louis St. Both Phones.
J. L. ORTEGA, 31S E. Missouri, can
receive a ticket good for two reserved
seats at the Happy Hour theater by
calling at The Herald office Classified
Ad. department with this ad.
belt pin with initial K.
NICE R003I COTTAGE FOR RENT
reasonable. Cor Rio Grande and Ore
gon. Applj 1010 N. Florence or phone
G04 Stewart, 8 rooms $ 40.00
809 N. Ochoa, G rooms 27.50
121G Missouri, 4 rooms 15.00
1220 Missouri, 4 rooms 15.00
1119 N. Virginia, 8 rooms 45.00
G08 N. Ochoa St., 6 rooms 30.00
1216 X. .Kansas, 5 rooms 28.00
704 Arizona St., 5 rooms 27.50
801 Arizona St, 5 rooms 30.0
604 X. Virginia St., 5 rooms 25.01
606 N. Virginia St., 5 rooms 25.0Q
2211 Texas St, 4 rooms 15.01
309 St Louis St, store rooms 125.00
611 San Antonio St, store room. . 75.00
Austin & Marr,
BROKEN GLASSES? Ask Segall.
TWO LOTS CLOSE IN ON WY03HNG
ST. FOR 92100.
This is one of the best bargains In
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
TWO CORNER LOTS, RIVER AND
This is an exceedingly attractive site
for a home, and at our price Is a bar
gain; terms easy.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
$1400 BUYS 47 FEET ON X. CA3D?-
This street is being paved and ce
ment walks being pjut in and this is
the best bargain on. the street; terms
Lone Star Land Ccu,'
213 Texas St.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME ON RIO
GRANDE ST. FOR $4500.
Six large rooms, red pressed brick, 2
big porches, back porch screened, ce
ment walks, curb and retaining wall,
beautiful lawn, trees and flowers. It's
the biggest snap in the city.
Lone Star Land Co
213 Texas St
TWO FOUR ROOJ1 MODERN BRICK
COTTAGES LN EAST EL
Loup Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
30 CASH WILL GET YOU POSSES
SION OF A FOUR ROOM COTTAGE
And you may pay the rest at the rate
of $15 per month. Our price is $1250,
and it's in East El Paso.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
"WANTED Dining room girl,
man's Exchange, 210 Mesa.
WAXTED Cook. Only firstclass. Lln-
I'den Cafe, N. Oregon St
L,OST Bul1 terrier puppy, white, with
yellow spot on back, tail and ears not
trimmed: license tag 343; reward.
Phone Bell 3123.
"WANTED Two stone cutters,
day. J. C. Huff, Deming, N. M.
ABOUT $130 will start you in business
for yourself: field new; exclusive con
tract; best proposition out. Only one
party gets this. See Provine, Hotel
WAXTED American woman cook fdr
16 people. W. P. X., care Herald.
WAXTED Young man to drive wa
gon. Apply to Foreman El Paso Dairy
Co.. -east end Second St, after 2 p. m.
YOU WILL XEED A PATCH FOR
THAT POWDER BURXED EYE.
I have some that will just fit your
face, and as they are flesh coloretl will
hardly be noticed. Keep the light
from It for a few days and it will be
well again. If you had had a pair
of my glasses on the powder would not
have reached the eye.
Geo. D. Kendall,
208 Mesa Ave., Makes Glasses Right.
BY CALLING at Classified Ad. depart
ment. Herald office, S. C. McCurdj', of j
519 Rio Grande St., can receive a ticket
good for a pair of reserved seats at
the Happy Hour theater. Bring this ad.
Try Herald Want Ads.
A Story Of
Copyright, 1909, by George
SYNOPSIS OF FIRST CHAPTER.
Truxton King, an American million
aire's son, tired of the humdrum life
and sets out to have some adveiitures.
He reaches the kingdom of Graustark.
(Continued From Saturday.)
Mr. King was inspired to fabricate in
the interest of psy
"I hare heard
that you are not
the jilece of old
man Spantz." He
to catch the effect
of the declara
tion. "You have heard
nothing of the
kind,"' she said
"Well, I'll con-
fess I haven't,"
pleases me to de
duce that you are
WHAT HAVE YOU
HEABD OF ME?"
not related to the armorer. You don't
look the part."
Now she smiled divinely. "And why
not. nrav? His sister was my mother." i
"In order to establish a line on which j and in London, but now I am living
to base my calculations, would you j iQ Edelweiss. I have not been a shop
mind telling me who your father is?" I Sirl always."
Hp asked the ouestion with his most ! " can believe that. My deductions
appealing smile, a smile so frankly im
pudent that she could not resent it.
"My father is dead," she said seri-
At Washington R. H. E.
Boston 2 0001000 0 3 10 2
Washington 00010000 0 1 2 S
Batteries. Boston. Cicotte and Carri
gan; Washington, Groom and Street.
j Umpires Perrine and Egan.
I At Chicago R. H. E.
St. Louis ...00002000 0 2 6 4
Chicago 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 x 3 9 1
I Batteries: St. Louis, Lake and Steph
ens; Chicago, wnite ana rayne. um
pires Dineen and Connolly.
At Philadelphia R- H. E.
New York ...1001000a. 0 3 6 4
Philadelphia 30004010 x 8 7 3
Batteries: New York, Quinn, Hughes,
Fisher and Sweeney; Philadelphia, Mor
gan and Thomas. Umpire O'Loughlin.
Second game R- H. B.
New York ..0 0000100 1 2 10 2
Philadelphia 40 2 00002 x 8 12 1
Batteries: New York, Frill and Mitch
ell Philadelphia, Bender and Donohue. .
uuipnc j UUU611JHI.
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Detroit 00031000 0 4 S 3
Cleveland ..3 0140300 x 11 17 1
Batteries: Detroit Mullin and Stan
age; Cleveland, Koestner and Easterly.
At Boston First game R. H. E.
Philadelphia 00000000 0 0 2 1
Boston 0 2210000 x 5 S 1
Batteries: Philadelphia, Stack, Shet
tler and Moran; Boston, Brown and
Graham. Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Cincinnati ..00002021 05 9 0
Pittsburg ...10000000 0 1 4 3
Batteries: Cincinnati, Burns and Mc
Lean; Pittsburg, Powell and Gibson.
Umpires Klem and Kane.
At New York R. H. E.
Brooklyn ...10023000 0 6 9 1
New York ..0 0000102 1 i 10 2
Batteries: Brooklyn, Bell and Bergen;
New York, Ames, Marquard and Meyers.
Umpires Johnstone and Moran.
At St Louis R- H. E.
Chicago 0 1 0 6 7
St. Louis 0 0 0 00
a Batteries: Chicago. Cole, and Kling;
St. Louis, Barhman. Raleigh and Bres
nahan. Umpire- R'gler and EmsHe.
Game called at the end of the fourth
inning on account of rain.
At St. Louis R. K. E.
St. Louis 0 0 10 0 10 1 0 3 5 0
Chicago. . ..2 1010100 05 9 1
Batteries St. Louis, Sallee, Lush and
Bresnahan; Chicago, Cole and Kling.
Umpires Rigler and Emlie.
At Cincinnati R- H. E.
Pittsburg. ..0 0020332 010 14 1
Cincinnati. .00000010 1 2 12 5
Batteries Pittsburg, Camnitz and
Gibson; Cincinnati, Gaspar, Benton and
Batteries Klem and Kane.
At Detroit R. H. E.
Cleveland! ..11000001 03 7 2
Detroit. ....00000003 1 i 14 5
Batteries Cleveland, Harkness,
Koestner and Easterly; Detroit. Works
At Chicago First Game R. H. E.
Chicago. . ..2 0010001 x 4 8 3
St. Louis. ...10000000 0 1 4 3
Batteries Chicago, Scott and Payne;
St. Louis, Ray and Stephens, Killiafer.
Second game R. 'H. E.
Chicago 0 0000100 0 1 7 0
St. Louis. ...10100010 0 3 1Q' 0
Batteries Chicago, Young, Olmstead
and Block; St. Louis, Powell and Kil
ilfer. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Indianapolis Toledo 1, Indianapo
At Louisville Louisville 1, Columbus
At Kansas City First game Kansas
Cfty 4, Mil-tvaukee 5.
Second game Kansas City 5, Milwau
At Minneapolis Minneapolis 4, St.
Barr McCutcheos Copyright, 1909, by
ously, "and my mother is dead. Now
can you understand why I am living
here with my uncle? Even an amateur
may rise to that. Now, sir, do you
expect to purchase the sword? If not
I shall replace it in the window."
"That's what I came here for," said
j he, resenting her tone and the icy look
I she gave him.
j "I gathered that you came in the ca
i pacity of Sherlock Holmes or some
thing else." She added the last three
j words with unmistakable meaning,
j She was leaning toward him, her
1 bands on the counter, a peculiar gleam
j in her dark eyes, which now for the
I first time struck him as rather more
j keen and penetrating than he had sus-
'I simply want to tell you. Mr. lim?.
that unless you really expect to buy
this sword it is not wise in you to
make it an excuse for coming here."
"My dear young lady, I"
"My uncle has a oueer conception of
the proprieties. He may think that
you come to see me. Young men may
chat with shopgirls all the world over,
but in Edelweiss, no, unless they come
to pay most honorable court to them.
My uncle would not understand."
"I take it, however, that you would
understand," he said holdly.
"I have lived in Vienna, in Paris
j ttit? juauiitju. i
"My uncle is returning." she remark
ed suddenly. "Ijmust not talk to you I
1TRT1ATYD Monday, July 4. 1910. The Herald's Sporting News n
At Oklahoma City Game called off
on account of Shreveport players ar
R. H. E.
:3 9 2
Dallas 0 3 0
Batteries Galveston, Crabble and
Braun; Dallas, Dale and Onslow.
At Fort Worth R- H. E.
Fort Worth 4 ' "
Batteries Houston, Hornsby and
Kelsey; Fort Worth, McKay and Green.
Umpires-j-Bailey and Curtis.
At Waco (first game) R- H. E.
San Antonio 4 7 0
waco -,;;.-3,10 I
Batteries San Antonio, Billiard and
Schan; Waco, Miller and Gordon.
Second game R- H. E.
San Antonio 4 6 0
Retteries San Antonio, Feeney and
Schan; Waco. McAdams and Thackara.
Game called at end of seventh by
At Lincoln Lincoln, 6; Topeka, 1.
At Sioux City Sioux City, 12; Wichi-
At St. Joseph St. Joseph, S; Des
Moines, 1. '
At Omaha Omaha-Denver game post
poned on account of rain.
At San Francisco R- H. E.
San Francisco "f ,
Oakland ' "" I? I
Batteries San Francisco, Eastley and
Berry; Lively and Mitze.
At Birmingham Birmingham,
New Orleans. 3-1 (two games).
if Chattanooga Chattanooga,
At Nashville Nashville-Atlanta game
postponed on account of rain.
At Mobile Mobile, 4; Montgomery, 0.
HELD FOR POLICE COURT.
On a charge of creating a disturbance
in the neighborhood of Utah street Sun
day night, officer Henderson arrested
Henrv 4wer. His bond as fixed at
s-on andhis case set for Tuesday.
At Omaha First game R- H. E.
Denver. ....0 2100100 3 7 9 3
Or.-.aha 0 0200002 0 1 6 4
Batteries Denver, Schrieber, Olm
stead and McMurray; Omaha, Rhoades,
Woltenbeck and Cadman.
Second game R- H. E.
Denver. . ...00000100 23 7 0
Omaha 0 0003300 x 6 7 3
Batteries Den,ver, Ehman and Mc
Murray; Omaha, Sanders and Gonding.
At St. Joseph
Des Moines. .0 0 0 0 0 0
St. Joseph 0 0 10 0 1
Batteries St. Joseph,
Hawkins; Des Moines,
R. H. E.
0 0 00 6 1
1 0 1 3 6 0
At Lincoln R- H.'E.
Lincoln 0 0040000 0 1 9 1
Topeka 4 0001000 0 5 7 1
Batteries Lincoln, Gelst and Clarke;
Topeka. Young and Boles.
At Sioux City R. H. E.
Sioux City. ..40111010 0 7 13 3
Wichita 3 0 10 12 2 0 09 13 0
Batteries Sioux City, Chabek, Free
man and Miller; Wichita, Atchison and
At Los Angeles
R. H. E.
Los Angeles 4
Batteries Los Angeles, Delhi
Smith: Sacramento, Fitzgerald
Second game R. H
Los Angeles , 4 1.0 1
Sacramento :3 7 1
Batteries Los Angeles, Tozer and
C. L. Billington, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9. painting, paper hanging, decorating
By George Earr
Dodd, Mead & Company.
any longer. ' Siie glanced uneasily
out upon the square and then hurried
ly added, a certain wistfulness in her
voice and eyes: "I couldn't help it to
day. I forgot my place. But you are
the first gentleman I've spoken to
since I came here."
"WUien Spantz entered the door the
girl was going listlessly from the
window and Truxton King was lean
ing against the counter with his back
toward her, his arms folded and a
most impatient frown on his face.
Spantz's black eyes shot from one to
the other. "What do you want?" he
"The broadsword. And, say, Mr.
Spantz, you might assume a different
tone in addressing me. I'm a cus
tomer, not a beggar."
The girl left the window and walked
slowly to the rearof the shop, passing
through the narrow door, without so
much as a glance at King or the old
man. Spantz was silent until she was
"You want the broadsword, eh?" he
asked, moderating his tone considera
bly. "It's a rare old"
"I'll give you a hundred dollars not
another cent," interrupted King, not
yet over his resentment There fol
lowed a long and irritating argument,
at the conclusion of which Mr. King
became the possessor of the weapon at
his own price.
"I'll come in again," he said indiffer
ently. "But you are leaving tomorrow, sir."
"I've changed my mind."
(To Be Continued.)
Smith, Waring; Sacramento, Hunt and
At Portland R- H. E.
Vernon 2 8 ..
Portland 9 2
Batteries Vernon, Hill and Browns;
Portland, Greggs, Seaton and Murray.
At San Francisco
Morning game R- H. E.
San Francisco 4 9 1
Oakland 0 4 1
Batteries San Francisco, Henley and
! Williams: Oakland, Nelson and Pierce.
Afternoon game R- H. E.
4 7 0
San Francisco ...-i shows up. Pie is seventh on the list,
Batteries Oakland, Sutor, Miller and havl won four and lost one. He for
Williams; San Francisco, Harkins and 1 merly pitched for both San Antonio and
"TltT? f -" "a TX .4- -fwvvt- TtAV f C
At New Orleans Mobile game post
poned; wet grounds.
At Memphis Memphis 1, Montgom
ery 6. -
TEXAS LEAGUE (
At Oklahoma City R- H. E.
Shreveport 0 -
Oklahoma City 5 8 1
Batteries Shreveport. Herbert and
Henninger; Oklahoma City, Drohan,
Norton and Noj'es.
Umpires Kanzler and Hulbert
At Dallas R- H. E.
Fort Worth 3 9 2
Dallas 9 9 2
Batteries Fort Worth. Burke and
Gribbens; Dallas. Yates and Onslow.
At San Antonio
San Antonio 4 8 0
Batteries Waco, Shullz and Thacka
ra; San Antonio, Rogers and Yantz.
At Houston R. H. E
Galveston 3 9 1
Houston liZl"' 11
Batteries Galevston, HIse, iBrady and
Brann; Houston, Malloy, Eubank and
Umpires Bailey and Curtis.
Morning Games. r
- At Pittsburg
R. H. U. j
rM-if rn rrr
0 1001000 02 3 0 j
03010010 x 5 8 1
( Pattoripc- fMilra ?r "foTntvrf. Ritchie. '
Pfeiffer and ng; Pittsburg, Maddox. I
Leifield and uibson. Umpire1 Rigler j
and Emslle. . j
At Boston R. H. E.
Philadelphia ..201000000 1 4 7 3 i
Boston 000000 2 01 0 3 S 0 j
Batteries: Philadelphia. McQuillen and !
Dooin: Boston, Ferguson, Mattern and
Umpires Johnstone and
At New York R. H. E.
Brooklyn .300000020000 0 5 9 4
New York 000200210000 1 6 J) I
Batteries: Brooklyn, Rucker and Ber
gen; New York, Drucke and Meyers. (
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At St. Louis - R- H. E.
Cincinnati ..0 0300000 0 3 7 4
St. Louis ...4 1000210 x S 9 0
Batteries: Cincinnati, Frornme and
McLean; St. Louis, Harmon. Bachman
and Bresnahan. Umpires Klem and
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Detroit 0 0X20001 0 3 8 4
Cleveland ..10000000 0 1 2 2
Batteries: Detroit, Donovan and
Schmidt: Cleveland, Young and Easterly.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
New York ..0 1000204 0 7 11 2
Philadelphia 02000100 0 3 S 2
Batteries: New York, Fisher and J
Sweeney; Philadelphia, Dygert and
Lapp. Umpire O'Loughlin. j
At Chicago R. H. E. !
St. Louis 0 0002000 1 3 4 4 !
.Chicago 10001012 x 5 7 1 '
Batteries: St. Louis, -Spade and Killi-
livan. Umpires Connolly and Dineen
At Washington - - R H. L.
Boston 0 0010000 1 2 12 4
Washington 00000000 0 0 S ')
Batteries: Boston. Karger nnd Klai-
now; Washington, "Walker an 1 Street.
Umpires Egan and Perrine.
(Continued From Page Four.)
for. El Paso and seems to be in his last
season's form. He accepted all of his
chances and bats and fields well. Gray
was cratked on the head with a batted
ball and forced to retire from the game,
Rumscy replacing him in center 'leld.
El Paso AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Gowan, cf 4 1
Earthman, 2b 5 1
Jackson, lb 3 0
ZUerritt, c ."4 1
Clancy, ss 4 0
Gray, rf. 2-4 0
Rumsey, rf 2 jo
Ketchum, If. 3 0
j Hewitt. 3b 2y- 0
ijoues, p u
33 3 9 27 13 7
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Goodman. 3b 3 1
Adams, ss 5 2
Hodges rf. . .' 4 1
R. Whaling, lb 3 1
Baroldy, If 3 1
T. Whaling, cf 3 0
Brand, 2b 4 0
B. Whaling, c 4 0
Wylie, p 4 2
33 S S 27 14 4
ElPaso 1234 5 6780
Runs .".3 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Hits 2 0 10 0 2 0 1 30
Runs 10 0 10 0 0 5 1 S
Hits 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 S
Two base hits Clancy, Rumsey,
Stolen bases Hewitt, Adams, R.
Sacrifice hits Jackson. Merritt,
Goodman 2, Hodges, B. Whaling.
Sacrifice flys T. Whaling.
Struck out Booles 5; Wylie 2.
Base on balls Booles 2; Wylie 4.
Hit by pitcher Wylie (Hewitt).
Wild pitches Booles 2.
Double Plays T. Whaling unassisted.
Left on bases El Paso 9; Cananea 5.
Time 2 hours.
THE STAR PITCHERS.
Some very good pitching
done in both the National
American league games this season, and I
among the leading twirlers are some
In the National Mathewson. the great,
leads them all, while in the American
league Willett of Detroit caps every-
Of the Texas pitchers among tne
l?n leaaerS l:u"u :,;'
Mousion. ne ei. nuui . ""
Louis and from St Louis to .f itts-
burg. Wildness resumed in his being
transferred to Boston, where this year
he has been making more than good.
Kis hnttine- is also one of the features
of the big leagues.
In the National league the pitchers
rank as follows: Mathewson, won 9, lost
TiNiipoQii pnopFS fin
Companv owes a large deposit of monzonit-e (Porpfcvry) copper at
Bent (Otero" Co.). New Mexico, 12 miles from Tularosa sta'.tion, and is completing-
the first unit of its concentrating mill, which will be in operation
by Jury 1st next. j,,-,,?
Issued capitalization 550,000 $5.00 shares. Controlling interest held of
F P Kern, President Southern Tron & Equipment Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Consulting Engineer. H. Vincent Wallace, Wallace & SumiErfxhayes, S10
Trust Bldg-., EI Paso. m
Stock listed on New York Curb. For quotations see Fmaxncjal Co&sbbi
We recommend the above enterprise as an mvestmeat f wmqwm&Katea
Our 16 page boot, entitled "THE COPPER
BHJXtAJr DUUA, OH tCUOCAW auu ...ws,
lilnlng Market Inters. I tatamisnea mw. .- ww.,.wj-vjv
FISCVL VGENTS. LOOMIS & ICN OLLENBERG,
51C-51S Guaranty Trt Bldg. El Pmo, Texa
Railroads, Steamship Lines, Hotels,
and accept the "A. B. A." TRAVELERS' CHEQUE. Very easy
1 to negotiate, because Self-identifying. Not available io finder or
thief, in case ot loss or inert,
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C R. MOREHEAD, President. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier-
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. H. BASSETT, Yic Pres.
I L. J. GILCHRIST, Assrt. Casi.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000. r
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAH) FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
' EL PASO, TEXAS j
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTGl:
U S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Sfm7nf
A. G. Andrea Kohlberj B. Bltnnentiai
J. F. Williams J- H. Ma7
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
The Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Issues SELF IDENTIFYING TRAV2LERS' CHECKS and LETTERS 01
CREDIT available in any part of the -world.
Before leaving on your European trip consult us and avoid trouble or
YV. W. Turney, President. W. Cooley, Vioe-Prest. and Mgr.
S. T. Turner, Vice-President. W. E. Arnold, GasHer.
H. E. Christie. Secretary. F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
A small depositor sometimes hesitates to ask the serious
attention of bank officers. But this Bank cordially in
vites its patrons to confer
any financial matters. It is
depositor often really appreciates our assistance ana
profits more by it than do
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
319 San Antonio Si.
Solicits Your Patronage
Capital Stock $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. R P. JGNES, V-Pres
A K KERR, Cashier LEEK CREWS, Asst. Cash'r.
I 2; Rowan. Cincinnati, won 4: lost 1;
I Crandall, New York, won 3, lost 1:
i C? c rmninnoti ffftn 7. IrtSt 3: LUSh,
St Louis, won 6, lost 3; Gasper, Cincin
nati, won 7, lost 4; Rucker, Brooklyn,
won 8, lost 5; Barger, Brooklyn, won
6, lost 4; Wiltse, New York, won 4, lost
-3; Ames, New York, won 4, lost 3.
Tn iho American league the records
I are as follow: Willett. Detroit, won 4,
lost 0; Atkins, Philadelphia, won i, lost
0; Hughes. New York, won 1, lost 0:
Koesterner. Cleveland, won 1, lost 0;
Bender. Philadelphia, won 10, lost 0:
Ford, New York, won 8, lost 1; Karger,
won 4, lost 1: Mullin, Detroit, won 12.
lrt- 1- Vontrhn'
ah, Nercv York, won t, lost
2: Killian, Detroit, won 3. lost 1
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham-
J ".. ,. Phi0r9 nnrf Diarrhoea
oerid. : v., "XZ -13 T;n on vour
Remedy with you w3in starting on your
trip this summer. J"
tained on board tne trains ; or steamers.
of water and climate onen
,-ijj ntfoolrcr nf jtinrrhnca. and
) cause suu u .. --,":"'-,.
it is Dest to uc ici-
About 9S Miles iroxn EI
Paso on tlae EI Paso &
I Nortbeasitexn R. R.
SRVIMG K. FARB1HfiT6fl k OO,
I . . .. . . .., -r-r. .. W ---
Etc, throughout the world honor I
on your trip.
BANK, El Paso, Tex.
with the officers relative to jcSs
our conviction that the small jga
our larger patrons.