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The Herald's Sporting News
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5j5(vj aim MOMEST
LtviNG VtT
Takes Saturday and Sunday
Gaines with Maroons
of Bisbee.
Bisbee, Ariz Aug. 22. .Seven was
the lucky number for El Paso in the
El Paso in the
here with the ,
; Sunday. The
double barreled series
Maroons Saturday and
Saturday game went to the Mavericks
7 to 1 with Anderson outpitching Cura-
mings.v Sunday the Xinal reckoning was j
7 to 4 with the large ena oi me score
going El Paso's way. Heavy hitting and
good support for John Rumsey won the
game. Bisbee .got to the Texas pride
lor a bunch of hits which cashed in four
runs'. But El Paso was als hitting
and managed to- score seven runs off
of Marshall's twisters. El Paso was
never In danger and the game was a
rather easy effort for the visitors.
Saturdav waT Wingo "Anderson day I
In Bisbee. Cummings, who has b.een
winning regularly, was sent in to op
pose the southpaw pitcher, but the
Mavericks found him whenever hits
were needed. Anderson allowed but
five scattered hits and had the game to
the good throughout- They hit Cum
mings curve balls into the-back lot, re
futing the theory that the Texans are
weak curve hitters. Anderson's work
was fine and appreciated by the crowd
which was out to see the game. He had
everything and his offerings could not
be found by the Maroons at any time
-r en hits meant runs.
jcore: R H K
El Paso 7 9 3
Bisbee -'- 1 5 3
Batteries: ForEl Paso, Anderson and
TVolfe; for Bisbee, Cummings and
Defeat the Rcpresentntiv.es of the Kxa-
kaner, Zork & Moye Team oa
the Diamond Sunday.
T!h Mine and Smelter Supplj- com
pany ball team played the Krakauer,
Zork & Moye team Sunday and the
Mine and Smelter 'boys were the 'win
ners. The score:
R. H. E.
M. & S. 8. Co 5 7 1
X., Z. & M 3 6 3
Tine game was a pitchers battle
from beginning to end, both being well
supported, although Keenan, for the
Ulne and Smelter Supply company
outpifceihed Bidelman.
The batting -was up to the standard.
Sc&utz starred for the Mine and-Smelter
Supply company on first base,
while Casparys playing on second was
excellent, getting nearly every chance.
The East El Paso nine defeated the
Rusties, another amateur organization
Sunday-morning, by the score of 9 to
B. The battery lor the winning team
was Nagle and Xiomax; for the Rusties
Weiss and CarL Nagle allowed 10 hits,
wMle Weiss was hit 11 safe times. The
game -was an erroriless one.
five Man Team Is Selected to Shoot
Against "the Silver Ci.tr Team
The Scores.
Just 11 -riflemen participated in
Sunday's weekly shoot of the El Paso
Rifle -club on Mundy Heights. Weath-
New Foo't
Ball Rules
ScBd for
Foot Ball
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Sporting News '
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LT&Jdi &- """ MffllBB -of spirits. Sa
er conditions were fair, and a number
of visitors witnessed the play.
Shooting for the Hixson medal
brought scores as follows: Filler, 40;
Bulwer, 31: Allen. 30; Capt. Jack, 29:
Pringle, 27; Rutledge, 27; Baca, 24;
Hopple, 22; Carruthers, IS; Scrlven, 17;
Corning, S.
The second event, for a safety razor
donated by Krakauer. Zork & Move,
resulted: Capt. Jack. 36; Allen, 32;
Filler, 3Q; Hopple. 30: Carruthers, 30;
Baca, 27 Pringle, 24; Bulwer4 22;
Scriven, 21: Rutledge, 20; Corning, 11.
A five man team has been selected
to shoot against tne Geronimo Rifle
club, of Silver Citj-, N. M., an event
to take place every fortnight, the
tagets Deing mauea. muse eiectcu .
and their first scores wre: Allen, 71; J
Pringle, 35; Capt. Jack. 50; Filler,
tacets beinc: mailed. Those elected
49; Bulwer, 42". Total, 265 points out
of a possible 500.
Saturday's Game Called Off;
Sunday's Game 13
Clifton, Ariz., Aug. 22. It was a tie
game between. Clifton ' and Morenci
Sunday, three to three, and after going
13 innings "was call'ed on account of
darkness. The score:
R. H. E.
Clifton 3 10 5
Morenci ....... ..-- 3 5 1
Batteries: Clifton. Klepfer and Mer
ritt; Morenci, Parks and Hoffman.
The Clifton-Morenci game scheduled
for Clifton, Saturday, was called off by
the local management on account of the
bad condition of the grounds. The
heavy rains during the latter part of
the week played havoc with the field,
which Is for the most part filled Tith
tailings, causing several washouts and
rendering it impossible to play a game.
Sunday's game was played on the Mo
renci grounds and as it has been j
montn since tne last ciasn oi tne oia.
time rivals, a large crowd of Clifton
supporters attended the game. Neither
teain has thus far made a very success-
fi-'l cVi vrc 1 n p- n th 1rrnt TrViicTi in-
creases the local rivalry.
"Tex" Merritt made his -first local
appearance in a Clifton uniform. He
has already von a home with the local
Extensive Prosrram Has Been Arransred
and Many Entries Have Been
Made for the Various
Roswell. N. M., Aug. 22. The races
at the Roswell fair grounds, starting
Saturday, Aug. 27, will be one of the big
events of the season in this city.
Dr. T. E. Harrison has charge of the
arrangements and an extensive pro
gram has been arranged. Free trans
portation will be given by auto and cabs
from Main street.
The , first feature will be a half
mile match race between Mable Hunter,
owned by Joseph Aiken, entered by J.
H. Owen; sorrel mare owned by J. H.
Fowler, entered by Frank Rice; sorrel
stallion, owned by and entered by John
Bloom, of Hope. Purse $150, winner to
take all.
There will be, three-eighths .mile dash
es, one-quarter mile dash and one
eighth mile dash for cow ponies.
The special attraction will he the
j bull riding by "Crazy" Negro Joe.
"Visitors will be here from all of the
towns of southeastern New Mexico.
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4. - SPORTLETS. ' 4
4. (By Tim.) 4
It's all right. El Paso walloped Bis
bee to a 7 and 4 tune. It was a second
straight, too.
For a seven inning game. 10-9 isn't
so bad. It happened at St. Louis Sun
day with Philadelphia loser. Rain
stopped the game.
Poor old Douglas. At Cananea: 5-7
Sunday, and 0-1 Saturday.
Seven hits and a base on balls off
Wiltse won for Cincinnati at New York
Sunday. It was 10 to 3.
Berger gave 14 hits and 10 runs in
six innings with Chicago doing the
hammei'ing. Brooklyn lost 2-11.
A shut-out occurred at Cincinnati
Saturday afternoon with New York get
inir the liic 0. and the home team scor
ing 3. Manager Griffith was benched
for rag chewing with his umps.
Shean and Abbaticchio hit for three
bases, the latter scoring on a wild
throw to the plate, in Saturday's Bos
ton at Pittsburg meeting. It was 10
hits each, but only 2-3 in the visitors'
The New York Americans won their
first double header of the season at
home Saturday. St. Louis nearly took
the second game, but a great throw to
the plate by S. Daniels prevented it.
Chicago made a clean sweep of the
Brooklyn series at home Sundaj'. Both
games were captured, 3-2 and 6-2.
Rucker made Chicago work hard in the
first game, but Cole had all the better
of Bell in the second.
"Wins Easily From the Doug
las Dons Saturday and
Cananea, Son., Mex.. Aug. 22. Cana
nea repeated the trouncing of Saturday
to Douglas Sunday, defeating the Dons
by the score of 7 to 5. Thomas pitched
for Cananea and although he was wild
as usual, hLs curves proved too much
for the -visitors and they could- con
nect for but five runs. Douglas used
Pitts and Humphries, neither of whom
proved effective against the Cananea
batters. Bill Harper caught for
Douglas in place of the late Le Brand.
The score: R K E
Cananea 4 1000011 x 7 !0 I-
Douglas 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 9 0
The game was exciting throughout.
Goodman's hitting was phenomenal. He
made two three baggers and a home
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By Horace
Judge Edward F. Harris of Galves-i
ton is now mentioned as the probable
successor of Wilbur P. Allen as presi
dent of the Texas baseball league. He
Is an enthusiastic baseball fan and a
close follower,f the game. Con Lucid,
of Galveston, also well known to the
fans all over Texas, is being mentioned.
Gribbens, the Fort Worth player
-v. i,oc Hoon 111 for several weks, is
.i- -h V.-10V in th came. Jollv. the 1
ilpc xv u- 1,.....- ... - D -- . -
heavy hitting outfielder, is still unable
i.. !
uiui 1 1
Olliver, the Dallas outtieiuer w "
Waco, is hitting the bail at a iiveij cay.
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u a if iiir v ti no nr: iff i ,ici.i.. t.......
To win the pennant Fort vv orth must
. 1c i-f -f on Fomss-irom now ij
the end of the season. It Is hardly pos
sible that the team will make that
Bush, formerly of the Texas league.
is pitching ;Vea certains
association He looks " jertint
1 eSrSr bWlJ
" . i
of Levin has joined the Houston team
-r-r- 1 i ..4- kJ O fV- rillt HO s1lOW
up well in practice I.M1T1 5s
s-rowing stronger as pitcher as the end
hOOIlT fT I.I1R D1.11 AllLUHlU .-, -
coaenn annrnached. He is win
ning about three out of four games ;
pitched now. He recently let the Waco
team down with only two hits. v
The Oklahoma. City franchise in the
Texas League is for saie for $12,000.
President Allen is peddling it around.
The franchise owners have ceased to pay
the salaries of the players and presi
dent Allen has assumed that responsi
bility. It is pretty sure that the team
will "come to Austin next year.
Umpire Sigler has been reinstated in
the Texas league. He wis discharged
a few days ago.
With Karger, the Texan, pitching,
Boston was able to defeat Detroit and
get a still firmer hold on second place.
The big Texan continues to lead the
league in pitching. He is also hitting
above the .300 mark.
Just to show how easy it was, Che
lette of the Oklahoma City team pitched
both games of a double header against
Dallas, the league leaders, on Friday
and won both games. Nine hits were
il' Dallas could get off him in 19
"Wilson Matthews, the best umpire
Texas ever saw, will get his chance to
make good in big league company. As
soon as the Texas league closes he will
go to the National league and will
work there the remainder of the sea
son. He is being boosted for president
of the Texas league, but he would
rather have the berth as umpire. It is
probable that he will open up in the
Boston-New York game at New York
on Sept. 10.
Jimmy Drohan is now pitching some
sensational ball for the Oklahoma City
team. If the team had showed the same
class all the season it has now showed
there would have been but one side to
the league race in Texas.
Drucke, the Texan with .the New York
Giants, is not doing so well of late.
The big leagifc hitters have unlimbered
and are giving him all sorts of trouble.
Jeffries, the umpire, will make it
through the season. He is the only one
that has stuck It out except Matthews.
Toffrips feels so crood over it that he
has asked for a berth in a faster league.
It's faster company for Abies next
year if a deal now pending is pulled off.
He will be given a chance with the St.
Louis Nationals. The San Antonio
pitcher had a chance with Detroit last
vear but failed to make good.
Another sport dope writer picks the
following for an all Texas team. Catch
ers, Onslow of Dallas. Noyes of Okla
homa City: first base, Salm of Houston;
second base, Dugey of Waco; third bnse
McDonald of Shreveport; shortstop,
Moore of Fort Worth; left field, Downey
of Oklahoma City; center field Northcn
- i t. :-i,i 1-.01.. f Vr.rt
of Fort
Ot Houston; rijjiit iiciu, juhj
But you Can't ftop Him
run in four times, up. Guynup and Pittn
each secured three baggers.
Saturday's Game.
Douglas met defeat at the hands of
Cananea Saturday, to the tunc of 1 to
0. It was a closely contested game from
the start to the finish. Douglas suc
ceeded in getting one man, Guynup, as
far as second base. Only "29 of the
Demons faced the Cananea mrrluT ,
IVIax Reardon, and four hits was the j
total of the harvest. Two men se
mrprf nasses to first and six were
- 1
struck out.
Kane was on the
visitors and pitched a
mound for the
good game, al-
though he was found tor seven saie
ones. He struck out one and walked
for seven safe
three. Harper was behind the bat and,
although the visitors were crippled by
fha dpsprtinn of LeBrand and Kell :
the desertion of "LeBrand and Kelly
thev played good ball and an errorless
game. Guynup covered first sack for
the Demons. He secured two of the
four hits.
The Cananeans played almost an
errorless game, one black mark being
charged to Ueardon, caused by his
fumbling a little bunt. All the boys
were in first class shape and played a
classy game. J. J. Toman was the
umps and gave satisfaction.
The score:
Cananea: 1234567S9
iRuns 100 000 0 0 x 1 7 I
Hits 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 x 7
Douglas: 12345678"$
Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0
Hits 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-1 4
L,eft on bases Cananea, S; Douglas,
S. Time, 1:30. r
H. Shelton.
Worth; pitchers, McKay of Fort Worth.
Heindrlckson of Galveston. ShonU of
Dallas, Lattimore of Fort Worth, How
ell of Shreveport, Abies of S:vi Anto
nio; utility. Hill of Houston. 2
Jack Taylor, a young phenom playing
with San Angelo, is trying to break into
the Texas League with the Oklahoma
team. He is an all round player and
I has been making a good record.
. .. ... . .,. ., -v,.,i
jrcea jjavis. rigni. iieiaer ior uhihuuiho.
b(?en released. He wI11 join
. ' ........,
rnn v'iAnirn iniip 1 ti en innw
R Houston, is again
prov, nis usefulness. He Is playing !
. ... ..
, .
second base while Charlie "Jfiddleton Is
out of the game on account of Injuries,
paid Dayton, Ohio, $2000 for Dolly
Stark. He formerly played Infield for
San Antonio. He is making good in the
Ohio league.
Shreveport continues to come to the
baseman Westerzel. play-
i ins with the Wichita club of the West-
1 r.t-n lagtma nnc noon riiirolm ii nv F-o-
', ,.w rtM. 1 V. V" .1 -A- .
j ing with the Wichita club of the JA est -
1 ern league, has been purchased by De-
I trolt. He is a San Antonio boy and
' played his first game in professional
nlavod his first -ame in nrofe
1 comnanv with the Bronchos.
Howell, the Shreveport pitcher, who
ing the best ball in the Texas league
just at present. He will probably be a
winner from the jump when he lilts the
major league.
It is wonderful how well the league
second division teams are playing now
and how poorly the leaders are doing.
The latter must be feeling the continu
ous strain on them.
Kaphan, the Galveston player who
broke his leg several months ago, is
back in uniform. He has not yet been
able to play.
Galveston recently pulled off a triple
play, one of the few ever made in or
ganized baseball. Klpp, Dundon, Span
gler and Braun figured in it.
Burleson, the new Panther recruit,
will probably go back to the brush in
a hurry. In the first full game he
pitched Oklahoma City made 11 runs off
him in one inning. That broke all Texas
league records for one. inning runs.
Bumpas, Waco's new pitcher, belies
his name. He has pitched two of the
games recently Avon by that aggrega
tion. Umpire Sigler has been fired bodily
by president Allen. He hardly lnsted
long enough to get his uniform warmed
Roy Mitchell, pitching for Houston, is
doing as classy work as any man in
the league.
The Houston fans who subscribed to
the $3000 pennant bonus may have to
come across with' the cash. Houston
has got back to second place and is put
ting up a fine example of ball.
Rumor has it that Cleveland has pur
chased Yantze, catcher for San Antonio.
His heavy batting has been the feature
of the recent games plas'ed by the
Bronchos. He is also a good utility
The Detroit papers are loud In their
praise of Loudell, recently secured by
the Tigers from Waco. The prediction
is made that he will land firmly in fast
Fort Worth and Houston will not play
any more games this season with each
other. They will fight out the pennant
race with other teams.
Maddox. secured from Bartlesville, Is
the latost a.drHMnn tn tlio Dallas "Han.tK.
He is making good in center field.
Johnson, of Waco, has been sold to
Muggsy McGraw. of the New York Na
tionals. He' is now playing right field
for Waco.
Dallas has released McConnell and
Hargis. Neither mem made good.
They were taken only on trial.
Rankin Johnson. who has been
pitching star ball for the Dallas team,
will be turned back to the St. Louis
Browns, to which team he properly be-
August 22
longs. He was secured from Mem
phis with the St. Louis option attached
and now the Browns want him back.
Is Texas in class B or class C of
baseball circles? It was announced
raised, but no official action has yet
bevn taken.
Doctor Jayson Andrews, former man
ager of the Oklahoma City team, has
signed up with Houston for the re
mainder of the season
The Waco pitching staff has been
nn"-mTitAfl hv the arrival of C. M.
oiHvor of Abilene. He has never had
nJkolnnAl exoerience. but Is said i
toueWfast man.
Tr,,-,. itiii will manacre the Hous- i
ton team next year. The owners are
r QUt scoutin& for ne-w
and'a pennant vInner is t
., -rT . .i.-. Hn ii-
the predic-
tlon. Houston 'has about given up nope
this year.
Harris, the castoff from San Antonio,
is plaj-ing remarkable ball with Dal
las. There is no man in the league
whn is fipldinir or batting better. Yet
fnr a tm hi was not considered
I TrnHhvi nf nnttpp and went for tWO
, .....J,
months begging for a berth.
Mowry. of Houston, according to re- ,
port, has been sold to the New York
American team. Te is the most likely j
looking fielder in the league.
Eugene Dale, with Dallas, is the 1
youngest twirler in the Texas league, j
He tfaows every evidence of qualify- ;
ing for faster league work, with a:
brilliant future. He is not of voting
age yet. Bill Bailey, now w'th St. j
Louis went to bi& leagues before he
was 21 j-ears old. 'He is only 22 now.
Eugene Woodburn, a pltcner. nas
also been released by Dallas. Jtie
played with Waco a portion of the
Now that the Southwest Texas lcagua
season 1 over some of the fast players
in that aggregation are looking for
berths in the Texas league. Claude
DK.n o mrhr -cvho has been with
I Bcevllle. will be given a tryout.v.ith
... ... . - ..-., ..ItV.
Morris, of the Fort Worth
has received an offer from
owner Grayson, of the Louisville team.
j. l- T f f lnArn niltrlffht tft the
team for Coyle and one other Panther,
Morris Is considering the matter
erwise. Lattimore may be
recalled to
the team.
Antonio -
i - - j !. a, c:a
It Is reported that the San
! Houston c-ames will go to
1 "
owing to the poor attendance in tne
Alamo city. If thLs happens it will
- i.t t.oin n Hnitctnn In fhft Oen-
ut, a UIJi 1IC1JJ .u .v. w ...
. nant race
j . is on the
nonoh tn irive Matticks. from the West-
em association a chance. It looks as
if the latter might get Thebo s place
nrm5i nontl V.
A bone setter has been working on
Jimmv Vaughan. the Texas boy with
the New York Americans, and pro
. a&air
""J ' t feel ready for duty ye
au0nan aon t nei ' nrlnil o
j and will be given a longer period o
the New York Americans, and pro-
i r
Wilhur P. Allen, of Austin, presi
dent of the league, has made the posi
tive announcement that he will not be
a candidate for reelection. There will
now be a firstclass squabble for the
job. W. H. Ward, of Fort Worth, and
Wilson Matthews, the umpire, seem to
be the favorites to succeed Allen.
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j. Ht Art Woods. "v
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Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
Boston at Chicago.
New York at St. Louis.
Philadelphia .at Pittsburg.
St. Louis at Boston.
Detroit at New York.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Washingtou.
Shreveport atort Worth.
Oklahoma City a Dallas.
San Antonio at Houston.
Waco at Galveston.
Played. Won. Lost.. Pet.
Chicago 107 72 35 .673
Pittsburg .... 105 64 41 .610
New York 105 cl 44 .5S1
Philadelphia ..107 54 53 .505
Cincinnati .... HO 54 56 .491
Brooklyn 10S 43 65 .39S
St Louis .........110 43 67 .391
Boston ...-H2 41 71 .366
Playea. Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia ......110 76 34 .691
Boston .. -...112 64 4S .571
Detroit ! H2 63 49 .563
New York .... 112 63 49 .563
Cleveland .... ....HO 50 60 .455
Washington H3 49 64 .434
Chicago -.109 44 65 .404
St. Louis ... ..10S 34 74 .315
Played. Won. Dost. Pet.
Dallas .. ..-.125 71 54 .56S
Houston .. 121 6S 53 .562
Fort Worth 122 67 55 .549
San Antonio, .....122 65 57 .533
Shreveport i 125 66- 59 .528
Oklahoma City ....120 60 60 .500
Galveston 122 57 65 .467
Waco --119 34 S5 ,2S6
Played. Won. Lost. Pet
Douglas .. 3S 21 17 .553
El Paso 34 IS 16 .529
Cananea .. . 36 19 17 .52S
Bisbee 36 IS IS .500
Morenci . 29 14 15 .4S3
Clifton ... ..29 11 IS .379
By Teter
Big League Baseball
Sunday's Results
At Cincinnati: R H E
New York ..10000020 0 3 5 2
Cincinnati ..0 0027010 x 10 13 0
Batteries: Wiltse, Dickson and
Meyers; Gaspar and McLean.
Umpires Klem and Kane.
At St. Louis, 7 Innings: R It
St. Louis 1 2 0 0 0 52 10 13 1,
Philadelphia T...1 0203039 21 2
Batteries: Willis. Harmon, Corridon-
and Bresnahan; Moren, Stacx, Jawing
and Dooin.
Umpires Rigler-and Johnstone.
. a phiraso. first srame R.H.E
TfT-nrttivr. 0 0000020 0 2 S 1
I PhlMsrn 0 00 0 10 2 0 X 3 8 2
. 0w -- ,,,
Batteries: Rucker ana a. Jiuiei ,
Overall. Richie and Kling.
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
Second game: - R.H.E
Brooklyn 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 2 3
Chicago 2 0111010 x 6 0
Batteries: Bell and Miller; Cole and
Umpires Brennan and O'Day.
Houston: R
j San Antonio 2
Houston u
Batteries: Abies ana tnacKara; wit-
SOn and Kelsey.
Umpires Settley, Blanding, Eubanks.
, At Ft. Worth, first game: R H. &
Oklahoma City 0 0 3
J Ft. Worth -'1 4 l
I Batteries: Chlete and Drucke; Lati-
mere and Gribbens.
Umplrer Jeffries.
Second "game, 7
innings: R
I UKianoma uny
Ft. Worth 0 ,2 2
Batteries: Bandy and Clifton; Bur-
j lescn and Green
Umpire Jeffries.
'. At Galveston: R
j Waco !.-2
I Calveston' 0 -
Batteries: Miller and Gordon; Brady
and Braun.
Umpire Kaphan.
At Dallas, first game: R
c-i .- - n
Dallas 2
: Batteries: Howell and Garvin; John
, son an(j Onslow.
Umolre Hurlburt.
Second game: ' R H E
Shreveport 6 10 0
Dallas 3 11 3
Batteries: Ashton and Hennlnger;
Johnson and Onslow.
Umpire Hurlbert.
At Memphis: Memphis 7, Nashville 0.
At New Orleans: New Orleans 4, Mo
bile 1.
At Kansas City: Kansas City-Louis-
msssrceahje at Home.
Lots of men and women who ar&
agreeable with others, get "cranky" at
home. It's not your disposition, it's
your liver. If you find In yourself that
you feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, just buy a bottle ot
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver in
shape. You and everybody around you
will feel better for it. Price 50 cents'
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Complete from Start to Finish
The pictures last one and one-half hours. Noth
ng in the pictures objectionable to ladies.
Two shows each night, at 8 and 9:30 p. m.
Last Night's Show Was a Great Success.
Admission 50c Gold , .-
Extra Street Cars to Accommodate the Crowds1. ? ?
This film was secured at a cost of $25,000 for the
exclusive right in the Republic of Mexico.
J. Granat, Proprietor,
of Salon Rojo, Mexico City.
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ville, two games: postponed; xaip
At Indianapolis: Minneapolis 5, In
dianapolis 1.
At Toledo: First game: Toledo 3,
Milwaukee 0. Second game. Toledo 8,
Milwaukee 2.
At Columbus: First game, Columbus
2, St. Paul 3, (11 Innings),
game, Columbus 4, St. Paul 3.
At Des Moines:
Des Moines
Batteries: Hersche and Clemmons;
Ehman and McMurray.
At Omaha:
St. Joe
Omaha ...
Batteries: Kaufman
Rhodes and Cadman."
. .2
H. K
6 2
4 3
At Lincoln, first game: R
Wichita 3
Batteries: Farthing and
Durham and Clemmons.
Second game: R
Lincoln 10
Wichita 1
Batteries: Hagerman and
Wright, Aitchlson and Shaw.
5 3
8 1
8 1
At Sioux City:
First game: "R
Sioux City 8
Topeka --- "
Batteries: Hammond and
Ensley and Shea.
Second game: R
Sioux City 17
9 0
11 1
Batteries: CToole and Towae; Jfcp
son and Shea. i
At San Francisco:
First game: "R H E
Vernon ..........-S 9 3
iSan Francisco ,...4 S 3
Batteries: Brackenrldge and Brown;
Browning and Williams. ' "
Second game: R H B
San Francisco ........2 S 3
Vernon - 0 '
Batteries: Sutor and Williams;- Car
son and Hogan.
At Portland: R H B
Oakland --- I2 1
Portland .......- 3 2
Batteries: Harkins. Willis and 2itze;
Gregg, Seaton and Fisher.
At Los Angeles:
First game: R
Los Angeles - 10
Cioranwntn ........... 3
Batteries: Delhi and Smith; Byrarn,
Hatch and Spiesman.
Second game: R . H B
Los Angeles 2 8 .0
Sacramento -"" 5 .
Batteries: Thorsen and Waring;;
Baum and La Longe.
Vou can easily aell it. C&U Bell 115.
Auto 1115. tell the girt what it Is and
The Herald will sell It. N hothtr, a

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