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. GTF AT LAST VH&'R.'S IN NVJ YOR.K 6vT vjE a.n"T GOT MO Coin - I Got a &CH&tt To GT 50Mt -Levi DOCKbTAOcR. !3 aSHEARVNG Hlb ''iSTR.ELS DftUY'S - IMQw DoCKVAOeR- personm. ; -tioM Mout-0 "0U UK TO ee A CTOR? SCHEDULE MAKING 77K CACTUS Cananea, Mexico. July 19. The call for the first schedule meetincr was sent -r - in- -r- r. x?.i -r. to Morenci, Clifton, Bisbee, El Pao, ' Douglas and Cananea, by the Douglas club and the meeting was held in Douglas on February 26. Hepresenta- tlves from Douglas, Bisbee and Cana- nea were present- El Paso sent regrets, and as Clifton and Morenci representa- ., . i. tlves were absent, it was assumed that they did not care to enter and a four- league schedule was made up. It was afterward dearned, however, that the notices had not been received in time to make the trip. The schedule -was submitted toEl Paso, which rejected It on the grounds that It did not care to do all the playing witn Bisbee, Douglas and Cananea, but intended to play Al buquerque, Clifton, Globe, Morenci and other teams. A few weeks later the El Paso club asked Douglas to come to El Paso on March 20 to fix up the schedule satls factorils' for all. Bisbee and Cananea received copies of the Douglas invita tion and, disKking to have the repre sentatives from Douglas go to the meeting unattended, sent representa tives of their own. The schedule as played 4o July 4 "was adopted at that meeting. Bisbee Sends Call. The Bisbee club next Issued a call for a aneetlng to be held in Bisbee April 10 to settle upon the schedule after July. All six clubs were represented, except El Paso. As the manager of the Douglas club was unable to be present he ent a representative clothed with his authority. The follo-wihg matters were discussed and adopted by the unanimous vote of all clubs represent ed Douglas, Morenci, Bisbee, Cananea and Clifton. .. First Schedule from July 4 to the end of the season. Second That all games played that were not scheduled should be classed as exhibition games and should not count in the standing of the clubs. Third The clubs agreed not to take players from each other unless player could show his release. Fourth The clubs agreed not to play any player on their teams after Septem ber 1 who had not played at least one game with them prior to September 1. The schedule and rulings were sent to El Paso, whose management rejected tlie schedule and the ruling in regard, to importing ball players after Septem ber 1. IVext Meetinsr ExclnM e. The next schedule meeting was a very exclusive affair. It was held in Bisbee June 5, when El Paso was play ing that club, and was attended by the directors of the, El Paso club and the manager of the Douglas club. This meet ing gave birth to the so-called El Paso ' Via Eew . y0t Return ' l;' HffilinilPiil fit r s & w Soiitiierii Pacific Steamship Co. RETUEKEFG ALL RAIL Palatial Steamers Sailing EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Eates includes meals and berth between New Orleans and New York. On sale June 1st to Sept. 30th. Limit Oct. 31st. For Sailing Cards and Literature Address w. c. Mccormick, g.a. j. e. monroe, c.t.a. t - HENRY' CUT RATE 309 S. El Paso St. j Ammunition, Wagor Covers. Builders' Hardware, paddles Harness r-utvry. Tent Oil Paint, Etc Guns, kind-; Mtitf JHeeds- Jome Money -v - , icm . .i vutK,Tiu wu " i , . ftT IN . By J. . COUNTRY Cohn i .diedule. which calls for 75 per cent of the frames of that cluh to be played In E1 Taso. The features In detail are: j . r; i,. ; ; ti d- ; . Morenci to plav twro series in El Paso j AVith no return games; Clifton to play ; two series in El Pa-o. with no return j , games; Bisbee to plaj three series in i "FM P.Tjn Ti-jtb hut onf -tiirn scrips: i , and Bisboe to play E1 Paso for 10 per cent of the gate receipt of this lone J ' series; and Cananea to play two Series j ' in Kl Paso, with one return serte. ! j Doufflas and' E1 Paso accepted lllls schedule, while the other four clubs re- j jected it. June 28 Douorlas and Cananea met at J Bisbee to discuss the El Taso schedule, j After much useless debate, a compro- I mise schedule was drawn up which did not seriously affect the dates with 'Mo renci and Cl'fton and which it was hoped would suit El Paso and Douglas, as they were stall objecting to the schedule of April 10, which had been accepted by the representatives of the five club present at the meeting. The compromise schedule was accepted by Douglas, which club still accepted the El Paso schedule and now occupied the unique position of playing to two sched ules whose dates conflicted. EI Pnio Refuses Schedule. The compromise schedule was sent to El Paso, which rejected it and served notice on all that it would play the El Paso schedule and no other. Douglas was then given m opportunity by the other four clubs to reject the El Paso schedule, to which Clifton, Bisbee, Can anea and Morenci felt they could not consistently play, for the reason that these clubs are maintained by popular subscription and are for the benefit of the public that supports them and not for the exploitation jof street railways, and. believing that the home fans are . entitled to see games on an average of every other series. Douglas elected to stand with El Paso on the 75 per cent schedule and cut loose from her old friendly rivals, Bisbee and Cananea. CLIFTON GRAYS DEFEAT THE CUBS. I Cubs Bunch. Hits In Seventh But Mason Again Gets Control. Clifton, Ariz., Juiy 19. Tha Clifton i Gravs won another game from the Cubs I bv the sco-e of 8 to 3. The Cubs bunch- ; ed four hits in the seventh for three scores, but outside of that inning could do nothing with Mason, whose pitching was the feature of the day. Larson pulled off a couple of circus catches In the field. The score: v ' R.H. E. Clifton Grays S S 0 Clifton Cubs 3 4 6 Batteries Grays. Mason and Kilsby; Cubs. Marcus and Cano. New York Orleans and MOHR HARDWARE 7ools. all J I -70K.&S RiR-HiWV CA-SELF SO 1 ) , ,. -me p.pen . VWi.P& V S KNOW TtYl.- r-r-or-..-! MOSQUITO I YHP i "" , HEM FW,T , J , (VHeeS0oo J wr,,v-: am?) fSx , ' VI .rl Via)V Tw wwfl-?CjLT3 rwapf' UhSH r -Tl ., - ' Q &T I i AKOUNO , A,J? &w MOSQUITO rv N AT J' A 1 - v - y- . i HUH V r f 1 - 1 &! EL PASO HERALD ? 191910- " Herald's Sporting News Jo H J I & STATISTICAL. BALL. DOPE. -. i ' By Art '.Vonds. 1 WHERE TKEY PI.AY WEDXESD.VY Xntimtnl. k Te.w York at Cincinnati. Boston nt Pittsburg. Brooklyn at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. American. St. Louis at New York. E-etroit at Boston. Cleveland at Washington. Chicago at Philadelphia. Texas. Ft. Worth at YVaco. Oklahoma City at San Antonio. Shreveport at Houston. Dallas at Galveston. K HOYV THEY' ST.VXD. National. P. Ccicago 77 New York 75 Pittsburg. 73 Cincinnati 79 Philadelphia 75 St. Louis 78 Brooklyn 77 Boston SI American. P. Philadelphia 77 Boston 79 New York IS Detroit. SI Cleveland 72 W. 49 44 40 41 36 34 33 31 W: 53 47 46 44 33 31 30 24 W: 52 50 49 50 45 42 41 24 L. 28 32 33 3S 39 44 44 50 L. 24 32 32 37 39 46 46 51 L. 38 37 37 40 46 43 50 60 Pet. .638 .560 .548 i .519 .480 .436 .429 -.383 Pet. .6S9 .595 .590 .543 .45S .403 .495 .320 Pet. .57S .575 .570 .556 .495 .494 .451 .286 ! Chicago. . . . .-. 77 Washington 76 St. Louis 75 Texas. Dallas SO Houston.. S7 j Ft. TVorth. S6 San Antonio 90 Galveston 91 Oklahoma City S5 Shreveport 91 Waco 84 CL.FNT AVIXS GAME. Clint, Texas, July 19. The ball game between the locals and the Eight Sec tloners resulted in the defeat of the lat- ter by a score of e to 2. Big League Baseball Monday's Results XATIOXAL LEAGUE. At St. Louis 12 innings R. H. E. 0 02 16 1 0 1 3 S 0 Ewing and Philadelphia 0000000110 St. Louis 0200000000 Batteries Philadelphia, j Dooin; St. Louis. Corridon a.nd Phelps, i Umpires O'Day and Breryran. At Pittsburg First game -R. H. E. Boston 11000020 0 1 10 3 Pittsburg 1001 0000 02 9 0 j Batteries: Boston Mattern and Gra- ham; Pittsburg Camnltz, Leifield and Gibson; umpires Klem and Kane. At Pittsburg Second game R. H. E. Boston 00000000 00 S 1 Pittsburg 00 01 110 lx 4 11 0 Batteries: Boston Brown and Gra j ham; Pittsburg White and Gibson; j umpires Klem and Kane. ! At Cincinnati First game R. H. E. ! Now York 0010000 02 3 10 5 Cincinnati 16130020 x 13 15 2 BatteTies: New York Drucke, Ray mond, Marquard. Meyers and Schlci; New Y'ork Gaspar. McLean and 'Clark; umpires RIgler and Em-slie. At Cincinnati Second game R. II. E. New Y'ork. ..3 0000000 03 4 1 Cincinnati. ..0 0000000 1 1 5 0 Batteries New Y'ork, Wiltse and Mey ers; Cincinnati, Rowan and McLean. Umpires Rigler and Emslie. At Chicago R. H. E. Brooklyn 10000000 0 1 4 2 fhicaro 000001 0?x 3 5 0 Batteries: Brooklyn .Scanlon and Er- j S win; Chicago Overall and Kling; um- ; plres Johnstone and Eason. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Boston R.H. E. Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 3 1 S 4 Boston 2 10060000 917 2 Batteries: Detroit Mullin and Stan- age; Boston Collins and Carrigan; um- pire Connolly. At Philadelphia R. H. E. Chicago 11000000 0 2 5 2 Philadelphia ... 20011001 x 5 S 1 ! Batteries: Chicacro White and Pavne: Philadelphia Coombjr and Lapp; um pire O'Loughlin and Egan. At New Y'ork R. H. E. St. Louis 00022000 0 1 8 New Y'ork 00001110 0 3 9 1 Batteries: St. Louis Lake and Ste phens: New Y'ork Vaughn and Swee ney; umpires DIneen and Evans. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At New Orleans First Orleans 2; Atlanta 0. game New Second game New Orleans 0; Atlan ta 1. At Mobile First game Mobile 2; Chattanooga 0. Second game Mobile 5; Chattanooga 0. At Montgomery Montgomery-Memphis, no game; rain. At Birmingham Birmingham 3; Nashville 1. e Vxit Jeff Bo LEAGUE M in L Old Standing of Clubs INTot To Be Considered in Pennant Chase. The ball teams of the Cactus league are planning to begin all over again, let bygones be bygones, and begin a new schedule this week with Douglas playing in El Paso Friday. Saturday and" Sunday. Manager Daniel O'Dono van of Douglas represented El Paso at a conference held at Douglas Monday between the representatives of Cananea, Douglas and Bisbee and El Paso. The schedule was rearranged allowing El Paso nine of the 15 games to be played on home grounds. The jrames In the past are to be called j an even break and the standing of the clubs will be started over again, accord ing to director Robert Krakauer, who Is handling El Paso's end of the sched ule arrangement. Now that the six clubs in the league have their regular playing teams for the remainder of the season, it has been proposed that the games already played be called the first i section and a new set of acocunts open ed when the teams begin playing this wt-ek. Tnis win put uougias at tne top of the list for the first section and the games beginning this week will be counted on a new schedule. EI Pnoo the Beat all Town. El Paso's position is plain, director Krakauer says. Being the best paying ball town in the circuit this team can not afford to pay the expenses of the other clubs to El Paso and continue to give them 20 per cent of the gate re ceipts when it will be necessary to play each alternate series of games out of town. As a counter proposition the El Paso club has proposed that the local club play each alternate series out of town TEXAS LEAGUE. At Waco Houston. . . i ...'. "Waco R. H. E. .2 S 3 .0 7 4 Batteries Houston, Malloy and Kel sej; Waco, McAdams and Gordon. Umpire Jeffries. At San. Antonio R. H. E. Galveston 4 6 01 San Antonio 5 11 0 Batteries Galveston, Brady and Braun; San Antonio, Abies and Schan. Umpire Bailey. At Shreveport R. H. E. Dallas 7 S 3 Shreveport 6 9 2 Batteries Dallas, Blanding, Feeney, Johnson, Y'ates and Onslow; Shreveport, LIngenfelder, Howell and Garvin. Umpire Matthews. 11 innings. At Oklahoma City First game R, H. E. Ft. Worth .' 5 S 1 Oklahoma City 1 5 5 Batteries Ft. Worth, Deardoff and Gribbens; Oklahoma City. Drohan, Ban dy, McClintock and Noyes. Second game Called at end of sev enth R. H. E. Ft. AVorth V." 5 1 1 4 and and Oklahoma City. . T 1 Batteries Ft. Worth. Deardoff ! Gribbens;, Oklahoma City, Chlett Noyes. Umpires Settley and Hurlbert. WESTERN LEAGUE. At Lincoln R. H. E. Lincoln. . ..10001110 x 4 5 2 Omaha. 10000000 01 lo' 3 Batteries Lincoln. McGrath and Clark; Omaha, Rhodes, Stowers and Gonding. At Des Moines R. h. E. Des Moinos 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 06 11 2 Sioux City 0 0 110 0 1 03 5 1 Batteries Des Moines, Sthneibert and Cummins; Sioux City, Hammond and Miller. At St. Joseph R. H. E. St. Joseph... 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 x 5 12 2 Wichita. . ..00011000 0 2 7 0 Batteries St. Joseph. Swift and 3 Shea; Wichita, Shancr and Jokerst. COAST LEAGUE. At Los Angeles Vernon Los Angeles R.H. ..-..3 10 0 4 Batteries Y'ernon. Schafer and ' Thompson; Los Angeles, Thorsen and Waring. A MERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Indianapolis Milwaukee S; Indi anapolis 0. At Columbus St. Taul 9; Columbus 1. At Louisville First game Kansas City 2; Louisville 4. Second game Kansas City 1; Louis ville 2. At Toledo Minneapolis 1; Toledo 4. PflPT e bflu I lid RjunTurD I mm mm n epycnnic ljuiilUuLl WorK ...iili. ..'1 .J. & rf. 4, 4- SPORT LETS. "Gent" Jim says he has an unknown who can lick Jack J. "Oh, the bravo music of a distant drum." Pitcher "Lefty" Russell, of the Balti more Eastern league club, has been sold to the Philadelphia Americans for ?12,000. But the southpaw will finish his season with Baltimore. Beck was banished for disputing a decision in the second game at Pitts burg Monday. When will they learn it is not the proper thing to do? With well mated fields, three favor ites cashed at Buena Vista Monadj". The card was ordinary. Pitcher Corridon did himself noble at St. Louis Monday, defeating Philadel phia in the 12th inning. It was 3 to 2. After an absence of six weeks, Over all celebrated his return to the slab by defeating Brooklyn at Chicago Mon day. Chance clinched it with a blngle, after Scanlon had walked two locals. Hugh Mcintosh says he will post 15000 as a forfeit for the unknown to be named by Corbett. He has issued his challenge. Could it be Barbour? After a slugging match Monday Bos ton tied up the game with Detroit with I six runs to the good. , Restigouche, an added starter, 'took the Islip handicap money at Empire City Monday. Two or three nags ran into the ground, but were left in the dust at the let down. Lincoln won the fifth successive vic tory from Omaha Monday, and Des Moines took the final game of a series i from Sioux City. and that each club pay-the expenses and nothhir more to the visiting clubs Nothing definite has yet been heard from Manaerer Vic Walllnir of Cinnna . f "Tio is understood to be representing Clifton and Morenci as well as the Cananea club of which he is manager. Manager O'Donovan of Douglas has written Mr. Krakauer that nothing has yet been heard from Walling regarding the decision of the last proposal made, and although it is thought that this will be satisfactory both to him and the clubs he represents as his reason for withdrawing from the league was that El Paso refused to play alternate dates away from home. It is also ixoble that the Friday games will not be counted In the sched ule. RAILWAY' GRADING AND BRIDGES. Department of the Interior. United States Reclamation Service, Washing ton, D. C, June 25, 1910. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the United States Reclama- ition Service, Room 15. Chamber of Commerce Building, El Paso, Tex., un til 2 oclock p. m., August 9, 1910, for i constructing the roadbed, bridges and culverts for a branch railway from the i A., T. & S. F. Ry., at a point between Engle, N. M., and Cutter N. M.. to the j Engle dam site, near" Elephant Butte, j : is. m., a distance or aoout ten miles. The work involves the excavation of I about 14,000 yards of earth, 50.000 yards of rock and the placing of approxi mately 400.000 feet B. M. of timber. Further particulars may be obtained from the office of the United States Reclamation Service, Washington, D. C, Hi Paso, Texas, or Elephant Butte (near Engle), N. M. R. A. Ballinger, Secretary. REWARD "Will erive S25 to anv one that has seen any nlcture or nart of ths show this week at the Happy Hour be- fore in El Paso. lGc and 20c. Pfeistef T IS .lack I'fei.Mter, one of the old reliable tvtirler.t of the Cliirnso Cutis vho has won three out of four crimes this season. I'fcNtcr hns been on the side lliit-N tliiilj and is virming up in roo1 shnpr, after n .slight sickness. VXeis tcr I here shown winding up to hurl one of his xxir.zling curie. y 6!$-ad" 'Fisher FOUR TEAMS BOLT THE CACTUS LEAGUE Clifton, Ariz., July 19. The general itissa.tisfaction and murmers that have been floating around the Cactus circuit came to a head, when Cananea, Bisbee, Clifton and Morenci cut loose and launched a little league of their own. The chief motive behind this action seems to be the new schedule submitted by H. S. Potter of the El Paso club to take effect July 4. This schedule was disapproved by both Clif-ton and Mo renci as soon as received, as it gave j neither club any consideration, cailing as it did for each team to make two trip.3 to El Raso and providing for no return dates. ' Under the original agreement CKf- J ton and Morenci were to make two trips I to El Paso and two to Douglas, receiv- . Ing but one return trip from each. This j was all the local managements wanted. I j.ivtu t vi uu Lc; a t: - t- i- 1. u .&U.A i. VI. ter's schedule. It looked as if the local clubs were being Imposed upon.' No action was taken until the other clubs expressed themselves as similarly dis satisfied, and then Clifton and Morenci agreed to stick with the majority. Sport For Sport's Sake. Baseball Is not entered Into here as a money making scheme, but is followed for the love of the sport. Each year the men who put up the money to de- I fray the team's expenses do so with no thought of getting it back. The expense of bringing Cananea or Bisbee here for a two-game stand is about $300 and the average gate receipts are 5150. At the start of the season It looked as if the clubs of this section were on the right track in coming to a general agreement. It was realized here that some of the cities were in better posi- tion to make money out of the game T i "i" TEXAS LEAGUE GOSSIP. v- -" t .$ (By Horace II. Shelton.) A 5- TlJere are many "pinch" hitters 1-ut few "pinch" pitchers. That is the unique position occupied by CrandaM of the Dallas Giants. He is seldom J called on to start a game but is fre quently called upon to finish one. He can be relied upon to go in cold and put the first ball over the plate. Jerry Kane of Houston i proving to be a versatile player. Since leaving Fort Worth and joining tho Buffaloes he has played first base, second bate, third base and shortstop and outfield. Colgate is the newest umpire to be imported Into the Texas league. The fans are wondreing how long he will last. Dale Gear of Shreveport hopes to profit handsomely by sales again this autumn. He has been made offers for three men so far, and one of the num ber Is a pitcher. Fort Worth may also sell a number. Green, Weatherford and Burk all look good. Bogley of Oklahoma has made his first hit. He played two weeks with out -connecting safely a single time. Shontz of Dallas has won IS out of 25 games. Burk of Fort Worth has won 16 out of 23. This is the record for the Texas league. Cowan, the youngster who showed up so brilliantly for the Shreveport Pirates ! t last var hut wTin wa sent hucfc- to the brush this year, has been recalled. I He is now ciavinsr firsx base and doing Warmim Up !"rS1'cUli" """H By L. R Crawford than others and both Clifton and Mo renci were willing to favor these places by giving them the majority of games, a5king but one return date, for whlcli all expenses were guaranteed. So when the Insurgent movement "was: i set on foot to cut loose from the other clubs, CHfton and Morenci lined up with.: Cananea and Bisbee, who appear to baj In the game for the sport and are will-' Ing to play return date-s. The stand taken by he Clifton and Morenci clubs is not an agressive on J nor with a view of trying to cut El Paso or Douglas off, but merely in de-! fense of interests regardless xf wha the stand of the other club is. Original Schedule Satisfactory. Eight games were arranged with Bt Paso. 75 per cent of which were to i $ played in El Paso, with both camys; willing for the Mavericks to set con venient dates. However, when Mr. PotW ter declined to bring his club to either j Clifton or Morenci, it was decided toi join forces with the other clubs whoi I were similarly overlooked in Mr. Pot- ter's schedule- What the outlook and prospects ars is hard to foresee. The situation here will not be affected one way or thw other, but It may reduce the receipts of Cananea and Bisbee. The supporters here are anxious to see fast ball and the clubs are willing; to meet any team half way, as was shown by the original arrangement for 75 per cent of the games away from, home. It was not nnWl the insurgent move ment was started and Clifuon and Mo renci lined up with Cananea and Btebte j that El Paso made its offer of- 20 per .T- ,?T 1 rl ??rt" w rt. - a jt l cent In addition to expenses, it well. Shindle, an ex-allas player, is with Greenville and is playing good ball. PenneH, the new outfielder, in his sec ond game with the Bronchos came to the bat four time and got two home runs and a single and scored three runs. e Gowdv. first baseman for Dallac la j head and shoulders above any of the j youngsters in the league. He "has been purchased by New York and great things are expecte'd of Mm next year. M. W. Hargiss, of Cripple Creek, Colo., is the latest addition to the Dallas team. He will play third bas. Gus Dundon is doing the best battingi for the Sand Crabs at present. The teams in the Texas league are again getting closely bunched. Hous ton and Dallas have not done well on' the road. Waco has been beating Houston, and Oklahoma City and Shreveport have been tending to Dallas. This is helping San Antonio and Fort Worth to climb the ladder. Manager Jay Andrews of the Okla- J homa Indians, who has been confinadr to his bed as the result of malarial fever and blood poison In one of hia' feet, Is reported to be much improved Morris's Panthers "have beat Dal Gear's Pirates seven straight games It was time for the Bucaneers to tak. a hitch to itself. YV'ickenhoffer, of the Houston teara will be out of tho game for 30 dayrf and out of pocKet 550 as a result off. I slugging, umpire Jeffries. Despite the I fact t13 he """ crippled. Hunter Hil ! got into the argument and both he anfi ifneanouer were arrestee.. Yantz, of the San Antonio team, iri fattening his batting average of late. He Is hitting them all over the sand, lot- Schan is being given a vote of (thanks' by the Brnochos. During the illness of Hohnhur-st he filled first base nobly. a The defeat of Houstonb y Waco on Saturday jerked that team Into third place, putting Dallas first and Fort Worth second. That shows how closo the teams are bunched and how exciting the pennant race really is. AMERICANS WIN BALL GAME, AT TULAROSA Tularosa, N. M., July 19. The ball game between the Mexicans and Ameri cans was won by tho latter by a score of 22 to 2. JEWS BEING EXPELLED FROM RUSSIAN TOWN. Kiev. Russia. July 19. The expul sion of Jews from Kiev continues at the rate of 45 a day. From July 4 to July 15 497 were expelled, by what Is known as the second method that is, they were forced to actually leave town. Eleven hundred others were given notice to leave, but were given time to settle their private affairs. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liw-r Tab lets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the system, cure constipation and sick headache. Sold by all dealers. DANDER1NE Produces thick, luxariaBt hlr rrkeat all other remedies Xall. We cxaraate Dauderine. All Druirtrirfts, 25e. 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