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Which Only Goes Uo fhok& tShai M-ati9 OUJ. X GOT A COB AS R?P0R.-reFL ON A NWSrcPR- X'N. OM fC WAV MOU "CO eT TUG. "DOPG ON rf eis-S"CDR?f- TOO SAO Y0OR.e cOV M.CRJS NYeua&eHV You Nt6Kr gct iJ A SOS EfKTHG-AT I so i-oM&Frf r Oh. children, see the funny little man. "Where is he sitting? He is sit ting at a baseball game, in the bleach ers. "Why is he sitting in the bleach ers? Because he cannot sit in the grand stand. "Why can he not sit in she grand stand? Because he has not the price. Why has he not the price? Because, children, he got paid at the office vesterday, and his -wife looked at his clothes last night to see if the moths were doing anything to the man's clothes. No, children, but the wife was. Here ive have a loyal rooter. Give a good look at him, children. Hovr do you like "him? He was up here yes terday -when the -Mavericks -were -winning and he -was shouting to Capt. TVolfe. What was he shouting? He -was shouting. "Oh, you Candy Kid!" What is he shouting today, -while the Mavericks are losing? He is shouting to Capt. Wolfe and telling him that a rott11 rooter? Tes, he is. a rotten rotter? Tes, he is. Look at the man -with the beard. What is the man -dojng -with the beard? He is -wearing it on his face. Is he talking through his beard? Yes, he is shouting to the umpire. What Is he saying to the umpire? The things that he is saying to the umpire are not for children to hear. Does the -umpire believe the things that the man -with the beard is saying to him? Nt), children. He -would hate to believe the things that the man with the beard Is saying. See the beautiful -woman. How large and tall she is. See the short man. The short man is with, the tall and beautiful lady. Why do they sit in the grand stand instead of in a box? Be cause the man is a short man, and the box seats cost ever and ever so much more than the grand 'Stand seats. When you grow up, little boys, do not be short men. Keep growing. Wihat is this? This is a pitcher. Is he a good pitcher? No, he Is not a erood pitcher. He is too light for the big leagues and too heavy for the minor leagues. What is he doing? He is having his picture taken so the sporting editor can print it when the ntcher is released. How would you like to be pitchers, children, and be released? Oh. see the cute little girl. What is she doing? She Is only a groundkeep--t jo,ttri,for sho is settincr "fire to the club house. Why is she -setting fire to the club house? Because her tatner spanked her this morning, just as thq sun was rising in the east. Does the sun always Tise in the east? Tes, chil dren, so it does. See the cow. WTiat Is the cow do ing? The cow is watching the base ball game. Is the cow watching Mr. Jackson? No, the cow is watching Mr. Abies. Why is the cow watching Mr. Abies instead of Mr. Jackson? Be cause Mr. Abies looks more like the cow. Oh, so he does. Here we have a Second Baseman. Whj' is he a Second Baseman? Be cause his arm is -weak, and he cannot make the long throws any more. Can he hit? No, children, not very often. Can he think rapidly? Sometimes after 6 oclock at nigTit. Who dlscov- Worth Well ' it depends whether you are interested in Men's Furnishings, Hats and Tailoring. If you are, our showing of the ad vanced fall styles, in these departments, will interest you. 206 Mesa Get the Hahit Pay Cash f i I I - t . . , 1 . The Baseball Primer WmB mrk eemg : YA TK wdj makp RLi SHspeAS.S, LoMGfeuLO AND HOSS SUSS LDOK UK? TH ADYHOR. O w .v i iu inc DrtoP- p. - I ered him? A man called a Scout dis covered him. He found him in Texas When is the Second Baseman going to see his folks again? Next week. Will he have a nice long visit with his folks? Tes, he will have a nice long visit. Who is the sad lady? The sad lady is the umpires' wife. How long has she been sad? Six years. How long has she been an umpire's vlfe? Six years. Is It terrible to be an umpire's -wife? Tes. children, but it is more terrible to be an umpire. AJST ALL STAR TEAM FOR CACTUS LEAG-UE Following Closing of Cactus League They Will Go to California. Cananea, Mexico, Sept. 23. An all star Cactus league baseball team will soon be a reality. The new all star team will be com posed of men who are now playing In the league who will go to the coast af ter the season and remain there for the winter. These men have the all star bug In their craniums at present, and they Intend to go through with their plans. The lineup as arranged will be as follows: Catcher, Grindle, of Bisbee; pitchers, Thomas and Rumsey, of Cananea; Pitts, of Douglas; first base. Bert Whaling of Cananea; second base, Graham, of Bisbee; third base, Goodman, of Cananta; shortstop. Flick, of El Paso; centerfield, Martinke, of Bisbee; Bight and left fielders will be chosen from the pitching staff. The boys expect to get started as soon as the season is closed and the tournament during the El Paso fair has been plaj-ed and will probably start out from El Paso and play in all the good sized cities from the Pass City to the coast, taking in towns in New Mexico, Arizona, the Imperial valley of Cali fornia and several towns on the tide water. CANANEA PROTESTS x A DOUGLAS GAME Famous Fridav Game Which Was Forfeited Will Be Protested. Cananea, Mexico, Sept. 23. Cananea will protest the game of Friday. Sep tember 16, -which -was played here with Douglas. The grounds for protest Is that the ninth man on the team was ordered out of the game which is con trary to the agreement between the different teams of the league, and the instructions to the umpires. Allen was a bit hasty in his action, but Kane, of the Douglas team could have per mitted Goodman to return into the game, or some of the other men who had been in the play earlier in the came. This captain Harry Refused to do. Kane had the same play come up on Sunday when he was ordered benched by making a remark to the umps. He happened to be the ninth man also, with nobody to take his place. How ever, Cananea did not act unsports manlike, and captain Adams permitted him to stay In the game, when Cananea could have had the game by forfeit. EL PASO BISBEE SERIES IS OPEN New Men in White Sox Uni form at Washington Park. Fight for Pennant. The Bisbee series opened Friday aft ernoon with Abies pitching for El Paso. McKay will probably go In to work Saturday and Abies go back for the Sunday finish of the series. At Douglas, the Cananea-Douglas se ries will start and both will be watched by the fandom of the southwest with much interest, as at least two of the clubs, Bisbee and El Paso are in the last half of the running with a revised lineup. Earthman has joined Cananea and will finish the season with the Qulen Sabes. Aside from his poor pegging arm Cal Is a good man and a top line batter. He will be with Rumsey at Can anea for the remainder of the schedule and for the fair tournament. Brewster made his first appearance before a home crowd Friday afternoon in Whitey Hewitt's place on third. UMPIRE TOMAN GETS HIS BLUE TICKET Released Following Protest of Bisbee; Texas Leaguer To Succeed Him. Cananea, Mexico, Sept. 23. Umpire Toman has received his blue ticket, the result of. his being protested by Doug las and Bisbee. and is now off the pay roll of the Cactus league's umpire fund. His successor will be Wilson Mat thews, of Fort Worth, Tex., who of ficiated as umps in the Texas league rA LI-me.YHOROW CHEESE. TLUHPNC - CI . V J J m . ,sssr. sEiir -s ;a , yjSf"wS n j ym- t ' 15 3 --5Jgr PlPP'r "&zz22 2S-z&L ci I rr V .3 A-? w Mf - "rsST EL Friday I I , J I this season. Matthews will arrive in El Paso in time to referee the games be tween Bisbee and the Mavericks. It is regrettable that Toman's re lease was forced on the captain of um pires, but the agreement between the teams .states ery plainly that upon protest of two teams the umpire is to be released at once. The action was forced by Bisbee's protest of, Toman on account of a decision he rendered in the Sunday game between Bisbee and El Paso. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Boston pet game) B. H. E. Cincin ..0 020100000 1 1 11 1 Boston ..0 001020000 0 3 9 3 Eleven innincrs. Batteries Cincinnati, Fromme and McLean; Boston, Brown and Rariden. Umpires Rigler and Emslle. Second game R. H. E. Cincinnati 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 6 2 Boston 0 1 4 1 0 0 1 7 14 1 Batteries Cincinnati, Rowan and Clarke; Boston, Ferguson and Rariden. Umpires Rigler and Emslie. Called at end of 7t-n; darkness. At New Tork (1st game) R. H. E. Chicago 10110000 2 5 9 0 New Tork ..0 0100000 0 1 10 1 Batteries Chicago, Pflester and Kling; New Tork, Drucke and Meyers. Umpires Idem and Kane. Second game R. H. E. Chicago 01000000 0 1 4 "2 New Tork ..0 4001000 x 5 7 1 Umpires Idem and Kane. At Philadelphia R. H. E. Pittsburg ...0 2 0 10 0 0 0 6 14 2 Philadelphia 0 0000500 0 5 9 0 Batteries Pittsburg, Phillippi and Gibson; Philadelphia, Ewing, Shettler and Dooin. Umpires Johnstone and Eason. At Brooklyn R. H. E. St. Louis ...00030000 0 3 3 1 Brooklyn ...10202001 x 6 12 0 Batteries St. Louis, Hearn and Phelps; Brooklyn, Scanlon, Barger and Miller. Umpires O'Day and Brennan. , AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Cleveland R H. E. New Tork ..0 0000001 1 2 7 2 Cleveland ..0 0000000 1 1 6 I Batteries New York, Ford and Mitchell; Cleveland, Kaler and Land. Umpire Evans. "WESTERN X.EAGUE. At St. Joe 'R.H.E. Wichita.. 00202103 210 12 2 St. Joe 20023000 0 7 9 5 Batteries: Jarnigan and Clemmons; Johnson, Hanifan and Frambes. . At Des Moines poned; rain. -Omaha game post- At Sioux City Lincoln poned; rain. jamc post- COAST LEAGUE.' 1 At Portland R. H. "Vernon 0 1 Portland 2 3 Batteries: Hitt md Murray. and Brown, Krapp At Los Angeles . Sacramento Los Angeles Batteries: Arellanes Tozar and Orendorff. R. H. E. ..181 ..020 LaLongc; and At Oakland Oakland R. IT. I San Francisco 1 p " Batteries: Willis and Mitze; Henley and Berry. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Minneapolis St. Paul game post poned; rain. At Kansas City Kansas City 4, Mil waukee 3. Ten innings. At Louisville Louisville 6, Indianap olis 2. At Toledo Toledo 0. Columbus 2. FIRST ACCIDENT IN TRYOTJT IS SERIOUS Mineola, N. T.. Sept 23. The first serious accident In tryouts for the forthcoming "Vanderbilt cup race took place this morning. George Robert son, while riding at an estimated speed of 70 miles an hour in a big Benz car in which he is to compete in the Vanderbilt race, was thrown 30 feet from his car and seriously Injured. The car jumped on a curve and overturned. Stephen Reynolds, a New Tork man whom Robertson was carrying as a passenger, was also badly hurt. CARRIERS' DAY. Tomorrow heluiz the last Sntnrdny of the montli, The Herald carriers yiUI pre sents bills forhe month of September. Subscribers will kindly note the abo-ie and be ready for the boys. DON'T FORGET Elks club entertainment tonight. Thursday Results. V PASO HERALD " Education Was SSS1 SHORTS, ? f) ifl I VOORCOMWWDOF I JUST A . LJ , W V J l-Mr. H.kl IC MCDV I MIM IT 1 I i-itiwoxtv. 1 . -.-uio-.. i .-., , SS r7 r--" Ae & Mo Football Squad Big; El Pasoan Making Good Again The A. & M. squad of football play ers training at Seabrook on the coast near Houston, is being increased every day. Each train brings one or more promising recruits. Among them is Fred Lyon, a 200 pound boiler maker, wno will be a candidnte for center. Lyon looks the part of a football player in every way and has had some experience. He at tended Allen academy last year. He is a big, husky fellow with weight and strength to burn if only speed and skill can be developed. Scaefel, who played on last year'-s team, is also a candidate for center. This makes three men working for the place, and out of the number the team ought to be able to get a good man. Tommy Dwyer of El Paso, quarter back of last year's team, and George Altgelt of San Antonio, who played end, are both showing improved form, and are sure to be among the regulars Johnny Freund, the lightweight pu gilist, passed through the city Thurs day afternoon en route from his home at San Francisco to New Orleans, -where he is booked to meet Johnny Murphy before the athletic club at that place. Freund believes that he will have easy going with Murphy anc1 then will be in a position to ask Packy McFarland for a bout. 4 STATISTICAL DOPE. 4- 4. (By Art AVoods.) 4- 4. WHERE THEY PLAY SATURDAY. 1 National. Cincinnati at Boston. Pittsburg at Philadelphia. Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Brooklyn. American. Washington at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Chicago. New Tork at Cleveland. Boston at Detroit. Cactu:. Bisbee at El Paso. Cananea at Douglas. HOW THE STAND. National. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. .682 .5S7 .579 Chicago 135 Pittsburg 13S New Tork 138 Philadelphia ...139 Cincinnati 142 St. Louis 135 Brooklyn 138 Boston 139 THROUGH EL 92 43 SI 57 SO 58 71 CS 70 72 55 SO 55 S3 4S 91 .511 ! .493 .408 .399 .345 American. Played. Won. Lost. 42 60 60 60 76 80 SO 97 Pet. .691 .571 .568 .565 .453 .425 .421 .307- Philadelphia ..137 Detroit 140 New Tork 139 Boston 138 Cleveland 139 Washington ...139 Chicago 13S St. Louis 140 95 80 79 78 63 59 58 43 Cactus. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. .56S .565 .563 .435 El Paso 44 2o Cananea 46 26 Douglas 48 27 Bisbee 46 20 19 20 21 26 1j.4.4...4.. '5' '5, A. X SPORT NOTES. 4- .j,.,..4.....$.4.4 H'ri'4' The batting averages of the Amer ican league just issued shows Cobb has again passed Lajoie. The former has a percentage of .359, the latter of .350, the Texan, remains in third place -with .340. Scout McLaughlin, of thei Philadel phia Americans, is , making a trip through Texas. He Is much impressed with the Texas league and may pick up a few new men -which the drafting season has overlooked. Knaup, the San Antonio Dutchman with tho Cleveland team, is making good as shortstop. He played with Vic toria in the Southwest Texas league last season. San Antonio purchased him but he remained with the team only three days. He made several errors and the fans began to roast him He could not stand the gaff. Since going to Cleveland he has braced up and is showing good form. He is one of the youngest men in the major leagues, be ing not more than 18 years of age. L. H. Andrews, -who is to be assist ant coach for the A & M. collect, will J arrive In Texas next week- ufcidiy Neglected this yeaT. Altgelt is especially active and star work is expected of him. Tne team will lose one very good man. Tip Taylor, who played at half back last year. His parents object to his playing and he will not report for practice. Two high school recruits look good. They are Fred Davis of Dallas and "Walter Washington of Austin. Wash ington was captain of the Austin high .school team and played a great game back of the line. All of the big schools were bidding for him this year, but he decided to cast tois fortunes with the farmers. , Whyte of Holy Trinity, MeAshan of Allen academy, Wells of Houston Heights, Bell of last year's squad, Ab bott of San Antonio, Drelss of San An tonio and Lockett of the Cleburne high school are showing up -well. Flitchem, the indian fullback, is again setting a fast pace and promises to be even better at the place under the new rules than under the old. 4" SPGRTLETS. 4. CBy Tim.) 4. 4 4 Strange, but true. Chicago and New Tork split up Thursday's double head er, and each game was of a 5 1 score. That's breaking even. Battling Nelson and Monte Dale will go 10 rounds at Kansas City October 10. They will not attempt to make the lightweight limit. Nelson tops at 157, and Dale is best at 135. Although Cincinnati took an 11 inn ing game at 4 3, Boston took the sec ond game at 7 5, In the Bean Burg Thursday. Fair weather, a big crowd and good fields favored the third day of the TCent.uft'kv association's fall meeting at Lexington. The Nursery selling, the feature, was won by The Hague In a j drive from Bobby Boyera. ; Ewing, of Philadelphia, was driven j off the rubber in Thursday's game with j Pittsburg. It occurred in the third and , the visitors won, 6 5. j R, A. Gardner, former national cham- . pion, and B. P. Merriman, captain of the Tale team, were eliminated Thurs o fynm tVir. fi-rcf -ronTirt of match tlay ' ' for the intercollegiate golf champion ship at Manchester, Mass Two matches went extra holes, G. E. Stanley, of Tale, defeating H. C. Legg. also of Tale, one up in 20 holes; while C. A. Martin, of Dartmouth, won. one up in 19 holes, from J. B. Standish, of Wil liams. ; A pitchers' battle between Ford and J Kaler ended in New Tork's victory at j Cleveland Thursday. Hitting was heavy on both sides, but it ended 2 1. The Harvester, Geers behind, clipped a mile in 2:01 flat, taking a quarter of a. second from time he made last week at Syracuse, and bringing back J the stallion trotting record to a track . wnicn nine years neiu n. uj vcov.gv.-' mark of 2:02. It occurred Thursday at Columbus, O. Big scandal! Hal Chase, captain of New Tork Americans, and George T. Stallings, manager, are mixed up in it, and Frank J. Farrell, president of the club, is trying to straighten it out. Stallings was in conference with Far rn in ihedience to a telegram sum- j moning him from Cleveland, and took the opportunity 01 iiiuK.1115 fao--charges. He accused Chase of with holding his best services on the field and of quitting when most needed. President Farrell thought he charges so grave that he took the nrst train for Cleveland, where the club i.ow is, to make a complete investigation. To the Columbus, O., track that for nine rears held the stallion trotting championship because of the -:- mile by Cresceus. there came back the title Thursday when The Harvester went a brilliant mile in 2:01 flat and thereby took a quarter of a second off the time he made last week at Syra cuse. . WOULD ORGANIZE VOLUNTEER AERIAL NAVY FOR U. S. Young New Yorker Gts Moral Sup port of the Navy and A ar De partments In His Plans. Washington, I. C. Sept. 23. John Barrv Ryan, son of Thomas F. Ryan, the New York multimillionaire, suc ceeded in driving war and navy of ficials Into a state of entnusiasm over the proposition to provide the army and navy with a fleet of airships that -will augment termendously the offense and defensive powers of the twin serv ices. Ryan's idea is to have an officer de tailed from each branch to act in an advisory capacity and to assist in the organization of the reserve of military lines. Efforts will be made to develop aero planes of greater size than those now in use, so as to transport a corporal's guard, and to carry sufficient ammuni tion for effective bomb Avork. Altogether Mr. Ryan's proposition appealed strongly to all the army and navy officers with whom he talked. Fancy celery and tomatoes. Ardoin'" Phone 23 1910 The Herald's Sporting News RAILROAD FIREMAN PAYS LARGE FINE Is Assessed $100 in Police Court Following Fight; Vagrancy Oases Postponed. On pleas of guilty, J. M. Russell, the Southwestern fireman, was fined $50 In police court Thursday afternoon on the "charge of disturbing the peace; $25 on the charge of resisting arrest, and $25 on the charge of drunkenness. Rus sell was arrested Sunday by officer Walter A. Williams, who in the scuffle beat Russeill oer the inead with his club and sustained a dislocated left elbow. Russell has been confined in jail since Sunday and the settlement of the trou ble was made with chief Jenkins of the police department. As a result of th escapade Russell has lost his job as a fireman en the Southwestern. He lias paid his fine and has been released from jail. G. Granadoes, a Mexican, charged with taking dirt from Cotton addition, was fined $1, following his explanation that he -was breaking a young horse to pull heavy loads and had gone to the Cotton addition to fill his wagon with dirt. He later returned the drrt to ahe cotton addition. The hearing of all cases charging the running of disorderly houses and va grancy, resulting from toe Wednesday night and Thursday morning raids by the police, was postponed at the Thurs day afternoon session of court until Friday at 4:30 o'clock. It is understood that the officials are hunting for more evidence in connection with the persons under arrest, most of whom have been released on bond. The houses raided are known as fashionable resorts on South Stanton and San Antonio streets. VAGRANTS NTMEROfS HERE AS XSTJAL AT THIS SEASON. ' Migrating with the birds which are now making their personally conduct ed excursions to the southern winter resorts, the genus "vag" is making himself known on almost every street corner of the citj. The San Francisco street run is the favorite place for the panhandlers, who make their living bv their ability to brace the long-suffering publicf Thursday afternoon there were three of these human leeches, working on San Francisco street be tween the Pioneer plaza and the cham I BASE 1 Here are cigarettes that every Texan will appreciate! Made of golden Virginia and Carolina tobaccos the standard the world over. Then wrapped in purest Wheat Straw paper. You know the kind the same you use to roll your own cigarettes. Mild and Full-flavored Texas League baseball pictures and a valuable coupon in each SU.fJIJ-.irj , via i nut igareizesaiQ packed y Bzid JFttsher ber of ccrmerce. Their game is to bum the price of a drink from everyone they see who looks like ready money. Their hard luck story is the usual down and. out one with a plaintive ap peal for enough to buy a meal with as they have not eaten anything for the past week. C03IMERCIAL TRAINING IS FEATURE OF HIGH SCHOOL. Commercial training, the fitting of boys and girls for business career! il being made a strong feature of the El Paso high school. zne .'i3!. ,Stanton b the teacher"' '""""se oi mis part of the El aPso Schools. o-x-au The first to finish a coures in the commercial department were Mary Sto Iaroff, Eva Stapleton and Junius Haw kins., graduates of last May. Of these Mary Stolaroff -went to the Normal school at San Marcus, -where she fin ished her studies ln commercial -work and is now teaching in El Paso. Eva Stapleton is at the Huntsville Normal, where she will also continue along the same lines. Junius Hawkins is at pres ent an emrioye of the "West Texas Fuel company. Those who will graduate at the end of the first half year of 1910 are Marie Leblnson and Levinia German. The May graduates will be Bura Heinrichs, Franklin Lucas and Leo Schuster. The room devoted to the commercial students is well equipped with type writers, biographical library, black boards covered with exercises in short hand and Is a pleasant place to visit. SOLDIER AND WOMAN IN SUICIDE COMPACT Seattle. Wash.. Sept. 23. Mrs. Chas M. Freehouse, of Tacoma, Wash., com mitted suicide by taking strychnine In a hotel here and -while the police were in the room, R. A. Custer, a private in Company B. First infantry, now sta tioned at Vancouver barracks, entered. He was held for investigation. On his person was found a letter to his mother, Mrs. Frank Custer, Madison, Ind., in forming her that he Incended to kill himself. He said he and Mrs. Free house, who deserted her husband and child for him, had decided to die to gether. DON'T FORGET Elks club entertainment tonight. Ardoin's Sunnyside special butter 35c per lb. Bisbee vs. El Paso. SATURDAY. 3:30 P. M. See McKay, Downey, Stovall, Jackson, Brevrster, Texas Leaguers, Work. I package - ,. rr. A in i u Mr kjil, ill f v Fin. Ilte Tmmm ZL-f 5ZA 21xTHY -g7 f?ar mA -'i ? i v. ,"