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Monday, June 23, 1913 'Jk BASEBALL RESULTS A. COPPSK UBACUK STAXBQfA, . 3U Pet. El Fate 8 .667 Santa Kit 4 3 - .571 Sliver Ctty S a .374 Hurler-. ........v 1 & . .26 - JfA-MOKAt IMftCPCTK. At Cincinnati. R. H. S. Pittsburg: S 1 Cincinnati . 4 11 1 .Batteries: Plttabarc Adams and Cole man. Cincinnati. hiii, -Brown and Klma At St Louia. R. H. K. Chicago .......' 6 16 1 St. LOUiS :... y.. 1 1 Batteries: Chicago: Pierce' and Bres nahan; St. txtmfp. Perfit.- Baric and Mc Lean. (Cslledfkt tbe end oX the fifth on account praj8Lk. - XftWONAi. i.kagub. sunWsuty's Pomes. At St. Loots: Chicace, t; St. Louia. : game called end, of third on account or At New Tort R. H. E. Brooklyn 2 S 0 ew York 0 4 Batteries: Brooklyn. Rocker and Miller; New York. Maraoard, De raaree and Mayers. At Cincinnati. - R. H. E. PHtsburn; TTT ,..k 6 12 3 Cfccinjiatl r?.,.; 8 7 2 'Battens- Pittsburg; Camnitz. Rob inson and Coleman; Cincinnati, Suck. jHartej, Brawn ajpd. Parke. AtBostok 1st jiUad? . B.H.E. Phnaaelphia . . .-. .7. . I S 16 1 Boston 4 9 Batteries: Philadelphia, Rixey, Chalm ers. Mayer. Seaton and Killtfer, Dooin; "Boston. aVudolph, Perdne and Sadden. Second game. R. K. XL Philadelphia 6 9 0 Boston .. 2 ll 2 Batteries: Philadelphia. Moore. May er and Killtfer; Boston, Perdne, James and Rariden. Whaling. lfniMl League Staaaiaa-a. If They Win. Lose. Pet. Win Lose. Philadelphia ...36 17 .67 .685 .667 New York 32 21 .604 .611 .593 Brooklyn 29 23 .558 .566 .547 Chicago 32 27 ,542 .550 .533 Pittsburg 28 30 .483 .492 .485 Boston . .. 24 30 .444 .455 .436 St. Louis 24 35 .407 .417 .400 Cincinnati 29 39 .33 .360 .333 Where TJm.j Piny Tuaadar. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Boston. Brooklyn at New York. AMaOUCAX ij&actdk. At Cleveland. R. H. S. Cleveland 6 12 3 Detroit 7 14 0 Batteries: Cleveland. Falkenberg, Blandlng andCariach; Detroit, Wlllett, Lake and MeKee. Second game. R. H. B. Cleveland 2 7 1 Detroit .. r.Tl t 1 Batteries: Cleveland, Gregg and O'Keil. Detroit. Daosa and Rondeau. At Chicago. R. H. K. St Louis- .- 2 S 6 Chicago -. 0 2 1 Batteries: St. Loals, Leverenx and Agnew. Chicago. Scott aiad Schalk. Second game. R. H. B. St. Louis 0 9 Chicago ,.2 4 2 Batteries: St. Louis, Weilman, Comp- ton ana agnew; (jnteago, waisn Schalk. AManUCAAT LKAfiUK. Snttantaj's Oames. At Cleveland. R.H.E. Detroit , ..6 6 0. Cleveland Tl 1 Batteries: Detroit, Dauss, Hall Lake and McKee. Stanage: Cleveland. Fal kenberg. Mitchell and Cariach. At Philadelphia. .R. H. E. Boston ..-..-...-. ..5 12 2 Philadelphia ..- 10 3 Batteries: Boston, Leonard; JBedient. Mall and Carrigan, Nnaamaker: Phila delphia. Houck, Flank, Bender and Schang. At Washington; 1st gaarte. R. H. E New York 1 I Washington 4 7 3 Batteries: New York, Fisher and Sweeney; Washington, Mullin and Henry. Second game. R.H.E. New York Washington 8 1 Batteries: New York. Keating. Clarke and Sweeney; Washington, Johnson send Ainsmith. At Chicago: St. Louis-Chicago game; postponed; wet grounds. ft aj8'w9IC SKrBflfBfwU It They Wm. Lose. Pet. Win Lose. ...42 15 .737 .741 V724 . . . J A3 .629 .635 .619 ...2 28 ,541 .548 4532 . ..- 27 ' .526 .534- S17 Philadelphia Cleveland ... WasI Boston Chicago .33 30 .524 .531 .516 Detroit 25 St. Louis ...... t New Toqk. -17 34 .424 .354 .293 .433 .417 .348 .288 42 .41 .264 .305 WkK Tfcer Piar Tuesday. Boston at Philadelphia. St- -Louts at Chicago. New York, at Washington. FKXAS UBA&tfK. At Dallas. R. H. .Dallas . ............7 12 lir vgtoa -..j. ; -m .; . . .i. 2 Batteries: Dallas. Huenke and .i smtn"; SureatOn; Hlett and Wilson At Austin. R. H. B. Austin 6 8 3 San Antonio 2 1 2 Anapa.. Lasson and ttaigh; ..Siaiv-saaia Ma-rnoe. At- Woa. - - R. H. E. Waco .... . ...-.k.'.. ...... .5 11 0 Houston.... 0 7 4 Batteries; Waco Ogle and Reilly; Hcuston$Uy and Seynolda. At Fort Worth. RH.'s. Fort Worth. 7 ( Beaumont .... . ...I 3 4 Batteries: Fort Worth, NoUey and Kitchens; Beaumont; Martina and Rey nolds. 2ou)VVnsv9e6Frf B"8V9lsw9tv At DaUas. R. H. E. Dallas -.- ....1 9 2 '"Galveston , 0 3 2 Batteries: Dallas. Ponder and Mar shall; Galveston. Harbin and Wileon. At Austin. Austin .". San Antonio' ..... Batteries: -Anatin. Bobo; San Antonio, Price. R. H. E. 10- o McColler and Huntress and At Fort Worth. " R. H. E. Fort Worth .... . 2 4 2 Beaumont '. 1 8 t Batteries: Fort Worth, MeCafferty and Kitchens; Beaumont, Chappelle and Smith. At Waco. R. H. B. Waco ....4 11 5 Houston ....2 1 2 Batteries: .Waco. Helm and Carson; Houston, ware ana Alien. -4 Totw League SmnMntn. 1 Won, Lost. Dallas 42 31 SaYi Antonio :...41 31 Houston ,....-.40 31 Waco ' 89 35 Galveston 33 39 Austin 33 39 Fort Worth 33 89 Beaumont ., 29 42 WhtK They Play Tuesday. Galveston at Dallas. Houston at Waco San ntonio at Austin Btajmnnt it ort Worth Pet. .576 .569 .563 .527 1 .458 .458 .458 .408 WESTKRA" L&1CU8. Sunday's Gime. At Omaha. R. H. It Omaha 7 11 S Wichita .... 14 13 2 Batteries: Omaha. Cloaman. Pugate. Applogate and Johnson; Wichita.' Re gan. Scott and Waceb. Second game. R. H. E. Omaha - 2 6 7 Wichita, 8 8 2 Batteries: Omaha. Fug-ate, Glavenich and "Snestak; Wichita. Scott and Wa At Deft Moines. R. L K. Des Moines .. . 8 IS 5 Lincoln t 11 14 0 Batteries: Des Moines, Lafferty. Lakoff and Sleight; Lincoln. Smith. Jordan and Baiter. Second (tame. R. H. Des Moines Lie coin - 4- vito-Briei Batteries: Des Moines. Sweet, Rogg and Sleight; Lincoln. Jordan, TucKey and Carney. At St. Joseph. R. H. K. Denver &... - 0 2 St. Xoseph '. 1 3 2 Batteries: Denver. Wolfgang and Block; St. Joseph, Boehler and 5rif- I gMonj mm. R. H. E. Denver 2 4 0 St. Joseph 1 6 3 Batteries: Denver, King and Block; St- Joseph, Boehler'. Outeher. McCon ney and Griffith. , j At Sioux- City. R. K. E. Tcpeka 10 12 1 Sioux City v- -.-r- 16 18, 5 Batteries- Topeka,. COcreham. Forest. Reynolds -and Hustons Sionx Ctty. Klein. Brown. White and Vann. Second game. R. H. E. Sionx City 11 14 0 Batteries: Topeka. Richardson, For est and Crist; Sionx City. Young and Stange. Saturday's Games. At St. Joseph. R. H. K. Denver 7 12 St. Joseph 0 fi 4 Batteries: Denver, Hagcrman and Block: St. Joseph, Chellette, Thomas and Ketter. At Sioux City. R. H. E. Sioux City 6 15 2 Topeka S 12 4 - BatteriesSioux City, Doyle. Brown, Klein and Vann; Topeka, FuUerton and Crist. (Eleven innings.) At Des Moinea R. H E Des Moines 4 8 Lincoln 0 6 Batteries: Des Moines. Faber and Sleight; Lincoln, Dessau and Baker. At Omaha Wichita, 4; Omaha. 5 (Twelve innings.) Batteries: Omaha Robinson, Applegate and Johnson, Wichita, Durham and Wacob. Western League , StnndtB'3. Won. Lost. Denver 41 19 St. Joseph 34 Des Moines 34 27 Omaha ......32 29 Lincoln 33 28 Sioux City 36 34 Topeka ........28 28 Wichita - 21 42 "Where They Play Tuesday. St Joseph at Topeka. Wichita at Des Moines. Omaha at Denver. Lincoln at Sioux City. COAST LKAOUK. At Los Angeles. R. H. E. Venice 4 8 0 Los Angeles 0 5 2 Batteries: Venice. Koestner and El liott: Los Angeles. Jackson and Brooks. Afternoon came. R. H. E. Venice - -4. lL Los Angeles 2 8 I Batteries: Venice. Koestner and El liott; Los Angeles, Perritt and Boles. At Sacramento. R. H. K. Oakland 1 2 1 Sacramento 2 7 0 Batteries: Oakland. Abies and Crisp. Williams, Sacramento, Lively and Bliss. Afternoon game. R. H. E. Oakland 0 2 1 Sacramento -3 S 0 Batteries: Oakland. Kllllley and Mitze; Sacramento, Arellanos and Bliss. At San Francisco. R. H. E. Portland 3 11 0 San Francisco 2 7 1 Batteries: Portland. Higginbotham and Berry; San Francisco, Thomas and Tonneman. Afternoon game. R. H. E. Portland 5 8 1 San Francisco 3 13 3 Batteries: Portland. Hagerman. Car son. West and Berry; San Francisco, Baker. Douglas and Schmidt. Saturday's Game". At San Francisco. R. H. B. Portland 2 10 2 San Francisco 5 9 1 Batteries: Portland, Krause and Berry; San Francisco, Fanning and Schmidt. At Los Angeles. Venice Los Angeles ....... Batteries: Ventee, R. H. E. , ..,-11 R 1 Ferguson. Hark- ness. Raleigh. Mitt and Elliott; Los Angeles,' Chech. Bugle and Boles. At Sacramento. R. H. E. Oakland .... ..-.., ...-.... .4 9 1 Bacramento .... ............. .2 8 1 Batteries: Oakland. Malar key and Mitxe: Sacramento, K1nsella( Stroud and Bliss. Canst League StamMami. Won. Lost. Los Angeles -. 46 33 Portland -...S7 36 OakUnd 39 38 San Francisco 40 41 Sseramento 36 38 Venjee 4 "Where They Play Tuesday. Portland at Oakland. San Francisco at Venice. Los Angeles at Sacramento. Ret .582 .507 .506 .494 .486 .476 A3USKICAX ASSOCIATION. itindayw Game. Att Indianapolis mdianapolis-St Paul rain. At LouisvUle Louisville. 4; Milwau kee. 3. At Columbus Columbds, 12; Minne apolis. 4. At Toledo Toledo. 1; Ksnnss City. 2. Second game. Toledo, 4; Kansas City. 0. Saturdays Games. At Louisville Louisville, 3; Milwau kee. 12. At Indianapolis Indianapolis. 2; St. Paul. L At Columbus Colonmbns. 3; Minne apolis. 0. ' At Toledo Toledo-Kansas City; rain. American Aseeeiatias SteadiaKs. Won. Lost, Pet. Columbus 36 23 .610 Milwaukee 37 30 .552 St. -Paul- 34 28 .548 Louisville 32 31 .508 Kansas City 33 34 .493 J Minneapolis 31 33 .484 t W,1JIa 9C 39 46 391 343 Indianapolis .... .26 Where They Play Tuesday. Minneapolis at Toledo. Kansas. City at Columbua Milwaukee at Indianapolis. St. Paul at LouisvUle. SOUTHERN I.KAGUH. At Memphis Memphis, 6; Chatta nooga, 3. Second game, Memphis, 4; Chattanooga, 1. At Montgomery Montgomery, 4; Nashville, l. At Mobile Mobile. 3: Birmingham. 2. At New Orleans New Orleans, 2; At larta, 4. Saturday'! Game. Montnmi r M"iitin t H "Jack" O'Brien, One Time PugiKsitc Star , Loses JFortune Trying to ttin Jo55ng lub. - -Jfew York. June 33. The recent ap pearance of "Jack" O'Brien, one time pugilistic star, in the bankruptcy court was quire a surprise to the sporting world. In these days, when pugilists ' are rated among the most conservative , and successful capitalists, the idea that i the foxy "Jack" has allowed himself j to be separated from his once substan- ' ttal "roll" is almost incredible ! In the heyday of his career. O'Brien was one of the most spectacular fig ures In the ring. As an exponent of tt) abMLr art Af toAYia tA ... i 7.L --...is m; a real 1 artist. wjth no superiors in- the wide wona apa pernaps - box one or two the entbte htstar? tt t h .-.no- OT9rienfafBS3e;.jiime in. Jossifeb Homn Wfcs aagaoney liungry as atty of his rlne ccHeagaes. and on his retirement from the ring, a few years ajfo, his fortune was variously estimated, the figures ranging' from $200,000 to J500.000 Whatever it was, there was no Question but that he was a rich man. And all his .-money has now gone -sunk in try ing to- run a boxing club in Philadel- PITCHKR GBORGR MetUlM,K.V , .. IS "T MY A HOT LIXKK ?,,!mbus- - JuDe 23. George McQuillen, pitcher for the Columbus American association team, was struck by a liner from Claude Rossman's bat in the second Inning of the Columbus Minneapolis game Saturday afternoo.i He drOOUlill- tO THu -ffynilflfl nWrtnner in. ; f ntn'efeara8-wa at once stopped and i vajwcui summonen. MHEMGKS lE'.i COPPER LEUHE El Pasoans Win Games from the Silver City and Santa Rita Teams. Silver City, N. M.. June 23. El Paso Mavericks won from Silver City here Sunday by the score of .13 to 2. and went into first place in the Copper league. Nellis pitched a masterly game, allowing- but two safe Dingles, while 14 hits contributed to the El Paso runs. Four errors were made by the visitors and the local team was guilty of just two less. Two new twlrlers made their debut against the Mavericks, when Barnett met his first downfall of the season. He -was relieved In the first to make way for Rosenfeld. who fared little better, and McLean, a college recruit, held the visitors safe until the final stanza. Harley Kiefer and Armstrong were the only two El Paso players who failed to make a hit. Twe heaw Clouts by Deck and Compton promoted the only two runs which were credited to the local team. Deck hoisted a home run over the right bulwark, wjiile Compton led off with a three-bagger in the sixth inning. Schultz is still out of the game with a sprained ankle and Duck Gowan held down the initial sack. Several recently acquired players have railed to bolster up the Silver City team as expected, hut several more will be tried out shortly. The aeore: El Paso , , AB.R.KFO.A.E. Gowan. lb. 5 1 12 Kiefer,- rf. .. . T. Smith, as. Gartz,- 2b. Jackson. 3b. Barker. If. . '. 5 5 5 0 1 2 6- B Smith, c. Gutierrez. cf. S Nellis. p 5 Armstrong, rf. ....... 2 Totals 42 13 14 27 10 4 Silver City AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Medina. ss. 3 0 0 Z 4 2 Ward. 3b 4 0 0 13 0 Gebhart. lb ,...4 0 0 10 1 0 Owen, 3b 1 1 0 1 4 0 Deck, c 4.- 1 1 7 0 0 Murray, If. 3 0 0 2 0 0 Ccmatoa. "Tt. ....--yHv 0 ,t-6 0 0 iKIUttay. cfc ,..tii4 0 0 4 10 Barnett. p. l o o e o o Rosenfeld, p... 2 O 0 0 0 0 OfcLain. p. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals .30 2 2 27 13 2 Score by innings: Ei Paso 4.6 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 13 Silver City 0 000 00002 Summary Two-base hills Gowan, Jackson. Gutierrez, B. Smith. Three base hit. Compton. Home runs. Tom my Smith. Jackson, Deck. Struck out. by Nellis,-7: by Barnett. 3; by Rosen feld, 1; by McLain. 1. 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Santa Rita felt like protesting the game Saturday afternoon when a heavy rain stopped tbo ntaarn the fifth session, with El Pash on m large end of the score, 7 to 1. -fil&flaft hits were nicked of GnUerrezJbsytruck out only one man. Ten Htts promoted the runs for the Mavericks off Mason. The timely clouts of Jackson. Ourtz and Tommy Smith aided the run making of the El Paso team. Bobby Smith also made an excellent showing. El Paso has now cinched first place, with a safe margin. The score: EI Paso AB.R.H.PO. A. E. Gowan, lb 3 0 0 S 0 0 Kiefer. cf. -2 2 2 1 0 T Smith. 88. 3 1113 Gurts. 2b. 3 2 13 1 Jackson, 3b. 3 .1, 3 0 1 Barker. If. 3 O O 0 0 R Smith, c 3 12 10 Armstrong, rf. ...... 3 0 0 0 0 Gutierrez, p. ..... S 0-116 Totals .... '."'. Santa Rita - Perkins. 3b. ..... Young, rf. ... .-. . Kirchman. In. ... Dempsey. If. .... W Kaa C- Fones. ss. Brestow. cf. ..... Forsythe, 2b. ... Mason, p. . ..IS T ft U 11 1 'A&kEFaA. E. ..201000 ..30300 ..3 t 1U 0 ..21010 .. 1 0 0 10 1 ..20011 ..20100 ..20010 .. 0 1 0 - Totals 20 1 6 27 4 The game by innings: El Paso 3 10 0 47 Sonta Rita 0 0 0 1 0 1 Summary Innings pitched. Gutier rez, 5, Mason. 5. Hits apportioned, off Gutierrez. 6: Mason, 10. Two-base hits. Kiefer, Jackson and B. Smith. Struck out, by Mason. 9; Gutierrez, 1. Double i plays, tones to .rorsyine.. to ivircn I man. Time of game, one bour. Umpire, Mason. KIFMS CLI7B KbBCTS NEW OFFICERS FOR. THE YEAR Gearxe Corain: Shoots High Score ia Orr aad K. Z. A 31. Ureal Baca Leads la Rapid Fire beare. Regular members of the El Paso Rifle club held a meeting last week and adopted the rules and regulations for the season. Officers for the ensuing year were also elected. George Rut ledge was elected president. W L. Pringle. vice president: W. A. Johnston, secretary: F. M. Filler, treasurer, George Coming, executive officer George Corning was again high man at the weekly, ahpoj. of. t)te. club in the K. Z. ML's and Orr trophy events. P. Baca captured high honors in .the rapid fire event. A- bad light kept the scores lower than usual. The scores; . Orr cup: Corning 75, Enrique 72, Paul 70." Filler 69. John ston 69, Hopple 69, Rutledge 64, Cott man 61. Baca 53. K. Z. & M- Corning 32. Paul Filler 30. Johnston 30. Rutledge Hopple 29. Enrique 27, Cottman Baca 21. Rapid Fire Baca 27. Cornlncr Cottman 20. Rutledge 15. Hopple 14, Paul 14. Johnston 13, Filler 12, En rique 9. MOTORSO.VT TOCS-VM II WINS RACK PROM BERMUDA Ocean City, N. J.. June 23. The Toc sara II won the motorboat race from Bermuda by way of Brooklyn to this city, arriving here at 10:32:02 oclock Sunday morning. The Barbara II ar rived nine minutes later. DIBS FOLLOWING A FIGHT. Dayton. O.. June 23. 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"" says one of the PhUadelphla Nationals, "hut very few of them proved strong enough to stand tte saff when they were actually up against the real thing. Lots of difference, you know, between pitching to bush lea guers' who go after everything, and pitching to the husky old boys who make you lay them in the grove. Still, they all have to start somewhere. and perhaps a few of the 1912 crop will yet prove to be Alexanders or Bentons. There was one pitcher, though, who came and went, and his career was cer tainly unique, as far as it progressed. Needing new pitchers quite early in the summer, Horace Fogel sent one of our veteran catchers out to scout around and see there were any genuine mar vels round the college or high schools. Ere long; stories were brought to this old boy about a young pitcher, working for one of the high school teams, who was something of a wizard. He was the strikeout kid. with a line of curves that he kept under absolute control, and tarned loose on demand -with such terrific speed that all the way from 10 to 18 batsmen missed them three times each. Some demon, this boy. and each new story that was handed to our scout was bigger than the last one. "Being much impressed, our scout, having heard that the kid was to pitch oa-tho-following Saturday, went over to see him work. He found the boy to bo a big fine looking youngster, with BISBEE WINS GAME FROM DOUGLAS TEAM Douglas, Arix., June 23 Bis bee de feated Douglas 7 to 2 Sunday afternoon in an exciting game. At the beginning of the sixth Inning the score stood 2 to 1. A had throw by catcher Perkins of the locals to third let in two runs. Two error, in centerfleld accounted for the reat of the scores. Hill, a new pitcher for the locals, made good, but had poor supoort. The score: R H E Bisbee 7 6 2 Douglas 2 4 3 Batteries Bisbee. Hallibert and Kelly; Douglas, Hill and Perkins. FOrXDRY INCREASES LEAD IX THE PASS CITY LE Gl E The Foundry team strengthened its position af the head of the Pass City league Sunday morning by walloping the E. P & S. W team by the score of 4 to 2 Nine batsmen were struck out by Reynolds, of the Foundrv team. while Hammond fanned, eight. Bat- Knox Straws swell clothes and an air of aristocratic style about him. Even in his baseball togs the kid showed class and culture. so to speak, and when he began to pitch, oh. mamma, but our old scout went wild. "The little school against which he pitched didn't cut much ice. of course. but the way he disposed of the bats men tipped Mm off as the best thin? ever. Man after man stepped up, swung madly in the air and sat down again. an easy victim. Very few of them even tipped a fouL Inning after inning, the pitcher set them down, one, two, thr and back to the bench once more. No: a base on balls. Not a hit. Twenty three strikeouts, that was alL And tle old scout went joyously back to Horar Fogrel to report the discovery of tn season's greatest find. "The pitching sensation? Oh. h didn't quite come through. Before Fn gel could use him in a game the joke came oat eomebotsr talked too much It seems that the kid. who was a rich young fellow, had been tipped off that the scout was coming to gaze upon h'n that very day. He hunted up the kids on the other nine, and came to an un derstanding with them. It cost him I ) bones per head, but that was' o"I cigaret money. He framed it with tr whole gang of the little rascals to strike out in front of his delivery, a- 1 they carried the agreement through t perfection. And our scout fell for hi-n. and Fogel fell for him. hut, amid. he has not yet pitched in the bis; lea?u. ; and perhaps he never will. Somebody I snitched and spoiled the comedy." teries: Foundry, Hammonds and O-t E. P. & S. W., Ames and Cunningham Telephone Defeats T. and P. Wakefield allowed but four hit& ai ' fanned 12 batters, aiding the Telphor team to defeat the T and P. club t the score of 7 to 4. Batteries T'o phone. Wakefield and Stevens; T a- i P., Jones and Jaeoby. Oetavfas Win Forfeit. The Octavias 'won a forfeited pa"- , y"o ?" ft" "oTtavTaT have no . i won one and lost four. The Foundr s leadirur the league with six won one lost. Fan Ctty League Steadings. L. Pet 1 S0 2 S"5" 3 500 4 33", 4 .333 4 .200 Foundry 6 T. A P 4 Timers 3 Telephone Co. 3 E. P & S W. 2 Octavias 1 Going Away ror Wwmwt Notify The El Paso Herald circula tion department to have The Da'ly Herald sent to your summer address, 6n cents per month, in advance. Advertisement.