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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, August 9, 1911. 11 1 t Phoenix-El Paso Building Company Authorized Capital $100,000.00 Paid In Capital $50,000.00 This company Is about twt years old and we give below a statement of the progress made in less than two years. ASSETS Cash $ 1,115.15 Property on hand 11,259.60 Bills Receivable . 44,767.70 Accrued Interest on 'long time notes 227.72 $57,570.17 f . , LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid in ' I $42,851.10 Bills Payable 2,500.00 Accounts Payable r - - 3,764.10 Accrued Interest on Bills Payable 61.10 Undivided Profit ... 8,193.87 $57,370.17 Since issuing the above statement the first $50,000.00 'of stock has all been taken and there has been another dividend of 5 percent paid, making the dividends paid in 18 months -as follows Dividend No. 1, paid Jims 1st, 1910 '...$1,282.90 Dividend No. 2, paid Dec. 1st, 1910 1,730.64 DivMendNd. 3, paid June 1st, 1911 - 2,142.28 Total Dividends" paid $5,155.82 The miriness of this Company 1b to build and sell homes on small monthly installments, giving people an opportunity to own a home on terns ike rent. We are now offering $30,000.00 of the increased Capital Stock to the puHic As an investment it cannot he beat. Call and investigate. Anderson-Filler Realty Co., Fiscal Agents 1-2 Buckler Building Phone 491 $ j j . j j j j jk ji , 5 BASEBALL RESULTS. Tuesday's Gaines. ll li TEXAS LEAGUE. At Waco First game: Waco, 4; Dallas, Z. Second game: Dallas, 5; Waco, 2. At Austin Austin, 5; Houston, 1. . At Oklahoma City Fort Worth, 2; Oklahoma City, 1. 5 At San Antonio San Antonio, 10; Galveston, 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Cincinnati R H E Boston 000 000 000 0 6 0 Cincinnati 000 100 llx 3 8 1 Batteries Boston, Weaver, Pfeffer and Kling; Cincinnati, Gaspar and Clarke. At St Louis R H E Brooklyn 000 100 001 2 4 1 St. Louis 000 000 000 0 5 1 Batteries Brooklyn, Knetzer and Erwln; St. Louis, Harmon and .Bliss. At Chicago R H E Chicago 000 200 lOx 3 6 0 New York 000 000 010 15? Batteries Chicago, Richie and Ar cher; New York, Wiltse, Crandall and Meyers. At Pittsburg R H E Pittsburg 003 221 50x 13 12 0 Philadelphia 000 000 000 0 10 3 Batteries Pittsburg, Ferry and Gib son; Philadelphia, Beebe, Ewing and Madden. f Gossip of Games Here and On Other Fields of Sport AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Boston R H E Boston Ill 101 21x ,8 16 1 Cleveland 200 102 100 6 10 3 Batteries Boston. Collins. Klllllay J and Carrlgan; Cleveland, Falkenberg, ! T31 nnflfno rmA "EM iV X"By Paul Nafe.) The Tucson immigration office has organized a baseball team. There are only six men in the office, so three outsiders were picked, and the team put on its feet. The team has a real southpaw chucker, and the rest of the men have a little baseball experience, -which makes them confident that they can heat anything. They will prac tice up on a few of the southern Arl xona teams, and on Labor day the team will tome to El Paso and tangle with the local -bunch of immigratloners. Tinker, one of the old Cub machine, is now out of the game. Chance stopped his pay because of indifferent fielding. This careless fielding al lowed Brooklyn to score two unearned runs, and Chance gave 'Tinker a piece of his mind. Zimmerman is slated for Tinker's shortstop, from New York Tuesday, Jennings loses sight of the American league rag .for come time to come. Tulane university will begin its foot ball playing this year on September 25. Tulane is said to be in line for championship -of the south this year. ' New York now leads the National league-in .batting with An average of .258.. Pittsburg is second," and, Chi-r-acrn comes third. Among the indi- vidual stickers in J 2ea&4 id Houck "split even with threl points Schmidt of Detroit Is On top with ,. noiid,- vo- di in pins over on Houck. One of the pecu .462,, Cobb runs a close second with .422. 'Zimmerman and Schulte of the Cubs are both batting over .300. Frank B. Ufer, of sporting fame, is now managing a new "white -hope." This protege is Carl Morris; and XTfer says! he- .has .seen his giant wade through six to' eight men at a time. In the bowling tournament Monday night, Weaber bowled one game of 131. That was not satisfactory, so the next time he pulled down 256. Roger Bresnahan, of the St. Louis Cardinals, is now out of the game for eom-e time, owing to a shattered bone in his ankle, which "he ..received in a recent game with Brooklyn, The acci dent practically TObs the Cardinals of their chance for the pennant f Catcher Kelly of the St Paul team, who has recently be6n bought by the Pirates, In three of his last games, made 27 putouts with no errors. Cal Earthman is back again. His team ditched him, but just watch the City leaguers go after him. After 13 straight victories, Houston succumbed to Austin Monday. That looks good for Austin, but Houston still ranks a close second in the pen nant climb. With Philadelphia trimming Chicago and Detroit taking a double defeat Baseball must be a disease. A "few days ago, according to press dis patches, John C King, former post master of Newcastle, DeL, forgot all about his daughter's wedding In the afternoon, and was found at the ball park rooting for the home team. The Wolgast-McFarland fight, that Is to be pulled off next month prom ised to be the fight of the year. Packey is confident of victory with his short stinging jabs, but Wolgast has the "rep." Whacha know about machinery? Did you notice how the Pirates took the Phillies in the National, Tuesday? Thirteen to 0is one of the prize shut outs of the year. BOWLING. In the bowling tournament at the Cactus club Tuesday night. Calisher At New York- First game: R H E Detroit .000 020 110 4 11 0 New York 001 001 40x 6 13 3 Batteries Detroit, Mullln and Stan age: New York, Warhop and Sweeney. Second game: R H E Detroit 100 000 000 1 7 2 New York 020 000 OOx 2 6 1 Batteriesi Detroit, Lafltte and Stan age; New York, Vaughn, Fisher and Blair. At Washington R H E Washington 60,0 010 30x 10 9 2 St Louis 000 310 001 5 9 3 Batteries Washington, Johnson and Street; St Louis, Nelson, Hamilton and and Stephens. At Philadelphia R H E Chicago Ono 000 010 1 8 0 Philadelphia 000 000 31x 4 10 1 . Batteries -Chicago. white and. Pajne: Philadelphia, Plank, Danforth and Thomas. WESTERN LEAGUE. At St Joseph ' R H E Omaha 000 000 000 0 2 1 St Joseph 000 401 000 5 6 2 Batteries Omaha, Lotz and Arbo gast; St Joseph, Cratcher and Gossett. odern Methods Cure Quickly and Permanently We have devoted years of study to the treatment of Chronic Diseases and have succeeded in -perfecting a cure for Diseases that baffle the skill of the general prac tftoner of medicine, and today we offer to the sufferer a permanent and speedy relief at VERY REASONABLE FEE Our best efforts are always given the patient regardless of his financial standing. As an illustration we quote a few words from one of our patients, recently en rolled, who SUFFERED SEVERAL YEARS "Doctor. I can never thank you enough for the wonderful change you made in me. IHvo months ago I ivas told there was no hope for me. I was (under the best of physicians' care. Today I feel like a new man. I certainly am glad I came to you for treatment." WE DO NOT CURE EVERYTHING. But in any case we accept for treatment, we have the most gratifying results; among the many Diseases we treat are: CATARRH, RUPTURE, SCROFULA, ECZEMA, EPILEPSY, NERVOUS DECLINE, STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, HY DROCELE. ENLARGED PROSTATE PILES, FISTULA, ULCER, ALL PRIVATE DISEASES, WEAKNESSES AND THEIR COMPLICATIONS; these troubles WE CURE WITHOUT PAIN AND WITHOUT DETENTION FROM BUSINESS. Our Institution is the best and most thoroughly equipped, in the Southwest, and our Laboratory is stocked with the best and highest grade drags and phar maceutical products to be had. If unable to.call; write for our FREE BOOKS Diseases of Men, Diseases of Women and Chronic Diseases, and our Symptom Blank, as many cases cm be- cured with 'our Home "Treatment. " " CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE OFFICE HOURS': 9 to 8.. SUNDAYS 9 to 1 P. M. INTERNATIONAL SPECIALISTS Jbbbbb&pI .--'IsPk JsBIbbbbbbIbbbI IHBBij-' i'' iSHbbbbbbbbB? tBBawaBBBvBB nSHbBawMiiii&'QBVBBBBw HAMMETT BLOCK, CORNER TEXAS AND MESA AVENUES V EL PASO, TEXAS Baseball In the Home A Story for the Fan and for Fannie. By MARIE CORTHOPE. B liar things of the evening1 was when Paul, after bowling- three games above 200, slumped down to 12Q in the last game. Paul won high total with 924, and Calisher grabbed high game with 221. The game in figures: Calisher -.194 200 221 Michelson 153 Paul 183 Totals . Bryan . . . Holmes .. Houck; . . .530 .168 .193 .210 145 201 546 211 136 212 162 207 160 179 213 136 14ff 120 911 785 924 590 552 126 149 149 134 157 165 402 2626 146 800 157 769 165 909 Totals ..571 569 432 448 468 24S& Points won, Calisher, 3; Houck, S. High game, Calisher, 221. High total, Paul, 924. Strikeouts, Paul, 2; Bryan. Wednesday Nigat. Sukerman vs. Tuttle. At Sioux City R H E xjes Moines 102 030 050 11 8 7 Sioux City 203 021 010 9 11 5 Batteries Des Moines, Hueston, Benz and TJltowski; Sioux City, Sage, Bar ber and Miller. At Denver R H E Pueblo 010 110 000-- S 11 1 Denver 100 100 02x 4 7 1 Batteries, Pueblo, Peaster and dem ons; Denver, Olmstead and Sphar. At Lincoln LIncoln-Topeka game postponed; Tbpeka delayed by washouts. PECOS AND BIG SPRINGS TO PLAY THREE BALL GAMES Pecos, Texas, Aug. 9. The Pecos baseball team, will cross bats with the undefeated Big Springs Giants Thurs day, Friday and Saturday of this week. Both teams claim the championship of west Texas. Neither has lost a series this year. Pecos defeated Clyde two out of three and Big Springs did the same. Both teams defeated Midland three straights and both teams de feated Loralne. Pecos also defeated Toyah, Balmorhea, Fort Stockton and Alpine. A v EI Paso New Orleans New York Once Taken Never to Be " gotten PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. At Los Angeles R H E Sacramento .-. . 1 . . . . 4 7 0 Vernon 5 12 1 Batteries Sacramento, Thompson, Baum and Kerns; Vernon,' Castleton and Brown. At San Francisco R H B Los Angeles 4 10 3 San Francisco 9 13 2 Batteries Los Angeles, Leverenz and smith: San Francisco, Henley and Berry. ASEBALL is our notional sport. Nobody has the temerity to ques tion that statement In these ex citing days of the struggle for the leadership of the league between the Giants, the Phillies, the Cubs, the Pi rates and the Rajahs (whoever and however they got the name). But the humorlts and comic artists would still have the public believe that baseball is a closed book to the women folk, and that their presence at the games is simply (to furnish the comedy ele ment. I hold no brief for women at base ball games, but I do know that It Is a good, clean sport, and they appre ciate Its spirit as well as men. If more persons took the spirit of the game into their homes, as do the members of one family I know, it would make things brighter and happier for all concerned. The head of this baseball household is a good, healthy, wholesome type of the American business man Just turned 50. His wife, a few years his junior, Is as bright and crisp as a May morning, and long ago cheerfully traded a slen der figure for jollity and an Infectious laugh. There is p, son who voted a different ticket from his father at the last presidential Election, two daughters who -are in a mad rush to change their names or place of abode, and a boy who will be in his senior year at his father's alma mater next term. Then there is the cook and the maid, and the entire household are baseball en thusalasts , in the best sense of the word. To their home life they have brought (the rules of the game play fair and in the open until somebody interferes with you. Then kick, and kick strong, but abide by the decision of the um pire, even if you are temporarily re tired from the game. The highly de scriptive, if none too elegant, lan guage of the game Is freely employed to the exclusion of the cutting remarks and sarcasm that so often engender bitterness among the members of a family. And you couldn't drive the cook or maid away with an army. "Tell Cookie If she don't show more speed, back to the bush league for her," said the elder brother to the maid, and the laugh from the kitchen declared the message received. "Kitty, you forgot to dust the plate," said the mistress when the maid brought some dishes from the china closet, and Kitty blushed her accept ance of the rebuke. The younger brother seemed dis tracted. "Get In the game, "there, youngster," said the father. "Yes, up on your toes," added the elder brother. "Let him dream," said the elder sis ter. "I know the pretty little girl he's thinking about. Going to sign up soon, Eddie?" The supreme test came at the breaic fast table a few days aero. The cap tain, as the head of the household is known, was unavoidably detained downtown until an early morning hour. He tried to enter the house quietly, but the electric light flared up in the hall just as he entered to blaze his patch up the stairs. He was late at the breakfast table and didn't have any appetite. "Caught trying to steal home, cap'n?" asked the younger .son. "It was a good play if he had made it," commented the elder daughter. "Like to see anything like, that get past Ma," said the younger son. And the father said never a word. THEY WIN IF TODAY. THEY LOSE At Portland . R H E Oakland 0 8 2 Portland 1 2 2 Batteries Oakland, Abies and Mitze; Portland, Henderson and Kuhn. AMERICAJT ASSOCIATION". At Toledo Louisville,. 3; Toledo, 15. At Columbus Indianapolis, 7; Co lumbus, 2. At St. Paul Milwaukee, 2; St Paul 5. At Minneapolis Kansas City, Minneapolis, 1. 5: SOUTHERN' LEAGUE. At Mobile Mobile, 2-1; Nashville 1-3. At Birmingham Birmingham, 5- At lanta, 6. ' At MonteromAT-v Mnntrnmm. ,. 1 Chattanooga, 3. ' ' At New Orleans New Orleans 3 Memphis, 1. Texas League. Win Austin 568 San Antonio 559 Houston 547 "Waco 521 Fort Worth 517 Dallas 483 Oklahoma City ... .467 Galveston T.370 Lose .559 .551 .538 .513 .508 .475 .458 .362 ' No Game .564 .556 .548 .517 .513 .479 .462 .365 vXrs&M'"1 rf& - .r tffitf&zi 'v tr?-5 m $AQ.55 RAIL and tfJS WATPP "One Hundred Golden Hours at Sea." Palatial Steamers Sailing from New Orleans "Wednesdays and Saturdays. Hate Includes Heals and Berth on Boat. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. American League. Chicago at Philadelphia. St Louis at Washington. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Boston. -National Leagrne. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Pittsburg. WHERE THEY PLAY TOMORROW. American League. Chicago at Philadelphia. St Louis at Washington. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Boston. National Leagrne. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia 'at Pittsburg.' National League. Win Chicago .625 Pittsburg '.616 New York 593 Philadelphia 576 St. Louis, 5G0 Cincinnati 459 Brooklyn 394 Boston 228 American Lesgme. Win Philadelphia 657 Detroit 635 Boston 524 New York 519 Chicago 500 Cleveland 500 Washington 404 St. Louis ......... "-811 STARS WHO ARE OUT OF THE GAME AWHILE j Stars of the Philadelphia Nationals, who are out of the game as the result of incidents in games with the St L0UI3 Cardinals. From top to bottom: Man ager Charley Dooln, crack carcner, who broke his leg1 sliding into second base; Sherwood Magee, sensational and hard- hitting outfielder, who was suspended for the rest of the season because of his punching umpire Finneranj and rtjJfh&VL .5 ,y8SkMAtMJfn n 1 Mil HI CZDslZ-Z-ZjZjH We Make 'Em While You Wait All kinds and styles of tents, awnings and curtaias. V.'c izs&s ts Ssejesi line of tent and camp supplies in the Southwest. Wq claim to do 95 pewest of the business in our line in El Paso, which is proof of itself. Nnf said. 1 Paso Tent& Awning Company 312 South El Paso St Xfeenes'2044. H. J. COLLETS, MGR. ' El Paso Rubber and Auto Supply Co. "JOBBERS AWD RETAILERS." SEARCHLIGHT GAS TANKS Best equipped Vulcanizing Plant in Southwest. Moat Complete line Auto Supplies. Ei Paso Mantel & Tile Company CARRY IS" STOCK MANTELS, GRATES, TILING FOR MANTELS AND FLOORS, FIRE PLACE FIXTURES, ANDIRONS, ETC. 411-413 Texas St. El Fam, Texas. We Have Moved Over the White House DRS. MAGRUDER & STEVENS DENTISTS Reference We deat rrexk fer Hegrae. -Ask amy eae. KstaHkiae 19. STANDING OF CLUBS Austin San Antonio . . Houston "Waco . . Fort "Worth .. Dallas Oklahoma City Galveston Texas Leajme.' Won. 66 ...65 63 61 60 57 55 43 ROUND CTP Double Daily Train Service ffit? PORKY FLYNN OUTPOINTS AND OUTBON.ES JIM BARRY J .wow xoric, is. x.. Aug. 9. Porky Flynn, of Boston, outpointed and out- . boxed Jim Barry, of Chiaago. in a 10 round bout here lagt night Flynn had the advantage in every round, but tho first ana sLowed some clever work, attributed by tight followers ito hia j recent association with Sam Langford' as a sparring" partner, .uarry took a good beating through repeated lefts and rights on the wind and over the heart and kidneys. TO NEW ORLEANS. Reservations and Tickets at City Ticket Office, St. Regis Hotel w. c. Mccormick, g. a. j. e. monroe, c. p. and t. UHLAN EQUALS WORLD'S RECORD. Cleveland, O., Aug. 9. Uhlan, the champion black gelding belonging to C. K. G. Billings, of New York, equaled the world's record at the North Ran dall grand circuit races here by trot ting a mile to wagon In 2:00 flat. C. K. G. Billings, his owner, drove him. L.ou Dillon established the record of 2:00 flat at Memphis. ' National Lrajme. 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JbHbbbBb BHSaaBP'ifPMBaX 571 BBaVa?S?rBMBLBB .454 I 1liil-R'':,PB -388 iiMi4PtV .220 IHHPftSiBI I V XbbbP'-Ss: Sdam'iMa Hbv. MkSbbHbbIbbv J- .&X xYaRvEbSVvBaBBBBHBBV SKL HABY VICTOR IN WRESTLING MATCH Safford, Ariz., Aug. 9. The wrestling match which took place at Brier's hall drew a large crowd. Harry Beverich, who wrestled with Lee Haby was well muscled and in good condition, but was unable to cope with so experienced an antagonist, and was thrown by Haby the first time In four and one-half minutes, the second fall In three minutes; both strangle holds. In the preliminaries Jim Camp bell threw Davis twice out of three times. Davis had one iall to his credit in 30 seconds. Jose Greenhaulgh and Arthur Wool sey will wrestle for a $50 purse and part of the gate receipts In two weeks. I DEVELOPS INTO GREAT PLAYER Jacfc Mclnnes ("Stuffy," -as his team mates call him). Is developing- Into ono of the greatest first basemen the game has known, under the tutelage of the wily Connie 3fack, leader of the Ath letics. J "Stuffy" made srood as a third CALD70RNIAN "WINS PLACE IN SE3II-FINAL TENNIS ROUND New York, N. Y., Aug. 9. 3kL E. McLoughlin, the Californlan, won his place, in the semi-final round of the New York State Lawn Tennis cham pionship. In the fifth round he defeat ed L. E. Mahan 5-7, 6-2, 6-3. McLoughlin couples with C. M. Bull, jr., one of the western doubles cham pions, for the finals. The national challengers, G. P. Touchard and R. S. Little, won two matches, in the first, defeating R. W. Seabury and G. H. Middlebrook, 6-1, 6-1, ana G. S. Groesbeck and P. Cura mings, 6-4, 6-2. They coupled with C. M. Bull, jr.. and H. C.' Martin, the west ern champions, -who won from S. H. Voshell and F. C. Baggs, 6-2, 4.6, 6-3. 36 38 40 42 44 53 60 78 35 3S 50 50 51 53 62 71 Pet. .653 .631 .519 .515 .495 .4!; ,898 .304 COLTS TO MAKE TOUR. Big Springs, Texas Aug. 9. West's Colts, the local baseball team, will leave on the 9th for a ten day tour of the towns west of here, and will make their first stop at Pecos. John Tltutr, another of the Phlllie star outfielders, who broke his leg earlier in the year and has since been able to serve as nothing but a pinoh hitter, and that only upon far apart occasions. It seems the irony of fate that all these disastrous happenings which have crip pled the Quakers should all occur in games against the St. Louis team. JOCKEY CLUB SECRETARY IS SERVED WITH COMPLAINT Butte. Mont, Aug. 9. The race track, controversy came to a climax with the issuance of a complaint against Wil liam Gemmell, secretary of the Butte Jockey club, charging him with a vio lation of the anti-race track gambling law. It Is claimed that the law limits racing with pool selling to 30 days In the county or 30 days In one closure. If it Is decided that racing .Is lim ited to 30 days In the county, the present meeting will come to an end, otherwise it will continue. iWaHBail 1 1E&e tf&C "vS$&$ B If you sit In a cool draft when you are heated and get a stiff neck or lame back you will be looking for something that will ease the pain. Fix your mind on BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and don't be talked out of it because It is the best pain relieving liniment you can get anywhere. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Scott White & Co., 204 Mills, and Depot Pharmacy. baseman when called upon to fill tho shoes of Jack Barry and he is how do ing the same thing: in Haxry Davis's oia job at the initial cushion. Moreover, ho is slamming the ball with the leading batters of the league. Not once this season has he dropped below eighth place in the American league batting list. He has become one of the Idelg of Philadelphia fans. TOMMY DIXON MATCHED TO FIGHT DRISCOLL IN MSMPHIS. Kansas City. Mo., Aug. 9. Tommy Dixon, a Kansas City featherweight, has been matched to fight Boyo Drln coll in Memphis, Tenn., Monday, ac cordign to an announcement by Jimmy Hirst, Dixon's manager. Dixoa. Is now in Memphis training. After the Mem phis bout Dixon will go to New "Or leans to take part In an elimination contest in which the winnig feather weight of the six entered will fight Abe Attell for the championship.