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EL PASO HERALD
MARSHALL IS THIRD IN 11 JI D TIakes Only Change Among the Leaders in High Jump Contest. T M C A. athletes were feeling the t'ain or a busy week on Saturday i.'ht and Score In the national Hex- i: ilon series were rather poor. There .is onlv one change among the lead f -- 'William Marshall taking third m ce in the running high Jump with 5 feet 1 1-2 inches. Tiie series will be continued again tifrht and, with the exception of ri ursda night, will laet all week. On i-iida night, the "bis doings" will be staged and it is expected that every ithlete with any reputation will be on Imnd rrangemenla will be made to candle the events qnickly and there -hnuld be plenty of excitement for the Tnhn Getter. who did 5 feet 4 inches the bigh jump before injuring his 'Kle is hopeful of being able to com- ie-e Friday night and will go after in" southwestern record for that event. PMIMOX IS liCOJirLKTED: Ml Rl'HY-MAXDOT BOUT 1IA1.TKD '"'hicago. HL, March IS. The S round ning match scheduled for Joe Mandot f Nei- Orleans, and Harlem Tommy Murnlu of New York, at New Orleans, Marin Z', was called off Sunday be cause th pavilion they were to fight in w not he completed. Mandot was il.t n matched with Joe Azevedo, of Oakland, Cat. to so eight rounds at Me nphis. March 29. acxews wild throw lets horstux win game. Houston. Texas, March 15. Houston, of the Texas league, .defeated hhe St. i-ouis American leaguers. 5 to 4. here Funda when in the ninth inning, with the bases full. Agnew threw wild to first allowing two runs to be scored. Score R. H. E. Houston 5 $ i St. Louis 4 9 j Batteries: Houston. Glenn, Crlss. Querrv and Baker: St'Louis, Louder nilk. Hamilton and Agnew. ? BANKER DEPOSITS MONEY HERE TO SETTLE DEFICIT Phoenix, Arir., March 15. Arrange- Iujciiu lur luc uairotcr ul .9vv lo stale bank controler J. C Callaghan, to make good the deficit that is alleged ex j isted wnen cashier Joseph G Arm I strong closed the Bowie Bank & Trust I company and went to Omaha, have been piactically completed. Armstrong raised J110 and it is said an El Paso firm agreed to lend him $2200. Armstrong has made his deposit witn the El Paso concern, which is now ready to make the transfer. WHITE SOX RALLY AXH DKHE1T l.OS AXOKLISS. Los Angeles, Calif, March 15. By a ninth inning rally in which they bunched hits and scored three runs, the Chicago American White Sox regulars defeated the Los Angeles Coast leaguers. 3 to 1. Sunday in the final game of an exhibition series. With the game Sunday the White Sox naa won six out of eight games. Score: R. H. E. White Sox 3 7 0 Los Angeles 1 11 1 Batteries: White Sox. Scott and Mayer. Schalk; Los Angeles, Hughes, Horatmann and Brooks, Bortes. ST. LOUIS AND CLEVELAND PLAY 7 TO T GAME. San Antonio. Texas. March 15. The St. Louis and Cleveland Americans played ten innings to a 7 to 7 tie here Sunday. Darkness stopped tae con test. Score- R. H. E. St. Louis 7 X 5 Cleveland 7 13 Batteries: St. Louis, North, Perdue and Snyder; Cleveland. Walker, Steen, Mitchell and Eagan, O'KeiL JUAREZ HORSEMEN WILL GO TO DENVER According to an announcement in Denver, the following racing men who now have strings of horses at the Jua rez tracK will go to oenver for the summer meet at the Overland track J. C. Ferris. R. K. Vestal. J. F. Fer Euson. J. N. Mounce. J. E Dwver. T. Hatfield. W. L. Stenfield, E. L. Kripp. j.n. Aoams, james Kennedy, w. ac- jimney, j. ureen. n. r. Batcnelor. e. ri Buchanan. W. McLemore. H Sweibie. j A. P. Yoeman, S. J. Kelly. Al Morgan, m. uoyie ana J. rtanaoipn. There will be a layoff of several weeks between the close of the Juarex meet on April 4 and the opening of the Overland races, but horsemen declare it will do the horses good to have a rest and to prepare for the summer campaign. CIlIFBDS BEAT NEWARK. Shreveport, La, March 1J The Chi cago Federal league club defeated the Newark Federals here Sunday, 5 to 4. Score . R. H. K. Chicago. S S ( Newark. 4 8 3 Batteries: Chicago, Beard, Lange Pendergast and Fischer; Newark. Wil son. Rheulbach. Johnson, Henmng and Easterly, Enzenroth. ONE OF THE ABSOLUTELY SURE THINGS IN MEDICINE IS THE, PENN INFILTRATION CURE FOR PILES We are the sole owners of the State right, there tore, the only Specialists in Texas -ho can admin ister thi"? wonderful cure, which eliminates the dan gers of the knife, ligature, cautery and carbolic acid injections and effects a cure without loss of time from one's work. Hundreds of eaees cured, all walk ing advertisements, sending ns their friends afflicted as thev were. We will iprnisb. you with the names of as many as you care to see or write to, and we never use or publish names without the consent of the patient. Why hesitate or suffer longer Why submitlto an operation with its attendant dangers and hospital fees, or waste further'tiroe in useless self treatment with salves, dilators, etc.! We take all the risk and guarantee results. WE ALSO TREAT ROPTDRE. VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, WITHOUT PERFORMING A CUTTIXG OPERATION. NO CASES TREATED BY MAIL. CONSULTATION FREE. i , INTERNATIONAL SPECIALISTS " DR. KETCHERSID & CO. (Established 8 Years.) Hammett Block, Cor. Texas & Mesa. Opposite Rio Grande Bank, El Paso, Tex. ENTRANCE 112 MESA AVE. TENER ENJOYED GOLFING; NO SCORES WERE KEPT We had too good a time to keep cards," said a member of the golf party which made its way over the Country club course on Saturday, the guests fit honor being John K. Tener and his party. Mr. Tener and M. F. Payne played state senator Tustin of Pennsyl vania and Joe Wright, while J. L. Adams and H. A. McLean paired off with George W. Creighton and J. C Wilmarth. Mr. Tener proved pretty strong with his sticks but be was not in good form, as golf is hardly one of the winter games in Pennsylvania. As a result, the scores were not very low and Mr. Tener suggested that no cards be kept. The others, probably also needing some practice, readily agreed. The visitors had something nice to say about the course and all expressed themselves as well pleased with their workout CIXCIXXVTI NATIONALS VIS rilOJI SHREVEPORT PLAYERS. Shreveport, La March IS. The Cin cinnati Nationals shut out the Shreve port club of the Texas league here Sun day S to 9. Score: R. H. E. Cincinnati 5 I z Shreveport 0 3 S Batteries: Cincinnati. Schneider, Ben ton. Dale and Dooln. Gonsales; Shreve port, Hornsley, Brown and Tolana. SEW ORLEANS BEATS TIGERS. New Orleans, -La, March IS. The New Orleans Southern association club defeated the Detroit Americans Sunday 12 to 11 in a tenlnntng game. Scire: R. H. E. Detroit 11 15 t New Orleans 13 1 1 Batteries: Detroit, Covaleski. Karr, Smithson and Peters; New Orleans. Bagby, Hovltk. Frost. Kissinger and DeBerry. DALLAS BEATS GIAXTS. Dallas. Texas. March IS. The Dallas. Texas, league club defeated the New York National team 3 to 2 here Sunday in a ten inntng game. Score: R- H- K. New York 2 10 1 Dallas 11 Batteries: New York. Erickson. Wil liams and Johnson: Dallas. Brady. Mul lms and Dunn. Brown. Entries Juarez Jockey Club Tuesday, 'March 16. 97th Day. CICOTTE PLAYED WELL IN CITY SERIES GAME First race Selling lonxs. Journey Joy Vesta Shorthand Bunny . Flossie Zamloeh . . . . Barbarita Avocado Tommie Coteann . Zaaffane ' Loella Trnlao Skinny B. 3 year olds; six fur- .. SI .. tl . . SI .. SI .. t .. M .. St ..11 ..Itl ..HI ..its ..II ..it: iias 56 S1CS cm tnz ss: ClZf U1 (1(2 (1H C1J8 (17 Second race Selniisr: 4 year oMs aad op ward; fire aad a ball farlossa. La Caxador ! Hannls ..' .11 Va-va ..17 Little Bit 17 Flaklaad .17 Stella GraiDo 17 Sweetbait 1M Motto's Pride 11 Golf Ball 11 Ancestors- ...... 11 Cast. Liadstey .... 11: Marten Chvta .... 112 Noble Grand II: Maadadoro - U-' Bird Man n: C177 1I4 SMZ CIS? (SS (17S SMI (11 (CJ4 CIS C1CC CISC C1C4 Third race Belli bc ward: fire ranoag. WaletlraK JOBSM 3 year okto aad (Continued from previous prge.1 broke the spelL After this one taps Cicotte continued to retire the oppo sition in order. That Cicotte waa at his best ia proren by the fact that only four balls were hit to the outfield His control was perfect and hia sup port equally so. ana. had it not been for that safe drive of the Athletic first baseman, Cicoite's name would have held a head liner position in the baseball records. To have scored such a victory over a club with the ac knowledged hitting strength of the Athletics would hae made the feat al' the more noteworthy The base hit made by Mclnnes still rankles in Cicottc's bosom, for Kddie admits that eier time he sees Mclnnes step to the plate he thinks of that base hit I and then puts on all stuff possible in hope of getting revenge. I One Feat Worth WbHe. ! Chicago fans no doubt regaiJ the work of Cicotte in the final game of ! the 1914 city series as a feat worth while. It was a game with much at ' stake, and good work In such games is all the more orals. wonn man a stellar performance with notblig in the balance With the series stand ing three games ea.h. Jim Scott was sent to the mound to win the cham pionship for the So A base on balls j ta Leach, a triple by Good, and a sin i gle by Zimmerman gave the Cu'is a I ti. o riin lead Manager Callahan ... Tricked Scott and sent in Cicotte.. Dur I ing the remainder of the game he held the Cubs runleaa, the Sox rallied In the fourth and .made thre. in-, enough to win. Cicotte allowed onlr six hits, struck out seven men, an.t in the first and nirtli innings, when a hit would hai- meant a run. he showed his mettle b striking out Sweeiter and the mightv Zinimtrmai -Copyright. 1915, by the Wheeler S n- ' dicate. lnc ! MARTINA PITtllES NO HIT. DRl GAME! lns. ! Beaumont. Texas. March IS. Je I Martina, of the Bei'imont. Tcta league, pitched a no nit. no run game here Sunla. defejinj: a team of mi'ii players from the St Louis Amen, t 2 to . Martina walked four men Th. were the only St. Louis men to reach tirst base. Face Eruptions Have Deep Significance Often They Indicate Im purities Deep, in the Tissues. KABIBBLE--KABARET y ONCE HAD A .SAUSSKAN IN TEXAS VtfO USED TD RUN WLLS WHAT WOWP VEX. US 'ME SEW HIM A IBJDEt: To COME Bee BESS6R SSEBG or THe BEWcRUrTcy coortvwihd AWIX US - C1U Bontr Johnsoa Cl Frokeadale 97 CI7 Ooma 10 CIS Kva Fadwlek 17 c7 Tempest Its (Ml Kitty StaotieM 1 Ctll Amasement 17 C177 Greeabrae 17 C17 Jake Argent 1S (178 Bye White II Fourth race SeUlncr; 3 year oide and ap ward; free aad a halt fertoapa. CIS QoM None Its C14I Ooaple 17 (11) Kenneth 11 (CIS) Orlmar Lad 11 47 J Pride of Lluaere 11 C1S9 Safraaor 11 CM Edmond Adams 117 Fifth race Selling-; 3 year olds and up ward; five farioaga, C1C1 -Haaet C. 13 (142 Kr 13 C1C4 'Dr. Xeefer 1C CI73 fraxale 18 C177 Back Thomas 11 (C1S1) Kid Meteon II (C13W Cl Cam II MM Doll Boy II S11S Lofty Hoywood 11 SI17 Eck Davis 113 Sixth race Selling-; 4 year o4ds and up ward; on mile. CI41 Hester j( CISC Lehtgh !(. xt -uoruic r. i; (C14S) Dave Moatgomery l ; (C1C9) Swede Sam n CI41 TkeChetr k m Five pounds apprentice allowance dilated. I BORDERLAND AUTO sUfPLY CO. LEE TIR ES THE O.UAL1TY TIKE PLAIN AD PUJfCTUKE PBOOF CORNER MTB.TLE AND KANSAS CADILLAC SALES COMPANY E. P. L S. W. BLDG. PHOiNE 5105 WINTON Phone 3585. XE1 Paso Auto Sales Co. Office 713 H. Ocho St. J. E. JOHNSON, JR., MGE. Newer EI Paso Homes Have Ilallt-In Features. It is a noticeable fact that El Paso people who contemplate building new homes or remodeling their old ones are giving very serious sttention to the question of built-in features, such as i Dniit-ln beds, built-in Ironing (boards, wall safes, garbage chutes', wardrobe s stems, etc These features are well worth considering, as they make for a maximum of compactness and conveni ence, and the people of 1 Paso are most fortunate In this regard in having at their service a firm of specialists in home conveniences the Hathbun-Mix company. 419 Mesa Ave. Advertisement The molts soc.wn by & S S. In clearing the skin reveal buw searcbingly and how deeply this famous blood purifier attacks blood trouble. Facial eruptions are more often significant of impaired nutrition result ing from faulty elimination of body wastes. Most people realise this to be true. And yet it is a dUBcult matter to convince such people they should avoid those harmful drugs such as mercury. Iodide of potash, arsenic and so on. S. S S. gives last as good effect without the destructive results, because It Is sore searching. It goes deeply Into the dr caietlon wherever the blood flows, but it does not remain to clog the system. And Its effect la complete and thorough as Indicated by bioed testa. One of the strange things today Is that so many people are wedded to the notion tbat mercury is the one antidote. It Is not so. There is to S. S. S. a product of nature that Is rated one of the most potent principles known for the complete elimination of Hood troubles. WbereTer you go there are people who know this to be true from their own experi ence, for It nas been clearly shown there Is one ingredient In S. S. S. as essential to health if the blood be impure as the nourish Inc elements of the grains, sugars and salts of our dally food. Get a bottle of S. S. S. today of any drngeist, but Insist upon S. S. S accept no substitute. And If your case is peculiar or of long sanding; write to the Medical Adrisef. The Swift Specific Co.. 101 Swift BM&, Atlanta, Ga. Elliott-Garrett Co. 4SZ San Antonio It. Phone SS3 Can National and Srndebaker Tires Goodyear and Republic EL PASO OVERLAND AUTO CO. Overland Automobiles and Willys Trucks 120-122 SAN FRANCISCO STREET. PHONE 170. Oakland Oakland Auto Sales Co. KACTORT DISTRIBUTORS 407-400-111 Myrtle Avenue. , H. ELMORE. VgT. Tel 1143 FISK RED TOP NON-SKIDS FOR FORDS, 5,000 MILE GUARANTEE WESTERN MOTOR SUPPLY CO. Phonx: 528. 318 Saa Francisco St. THE CHINA PALACE The largest and most complete stock in Texas of exquisite China Dinner ware. Glassware, Silverware. Cut Glass, Crockery, and other house hold. Hotel. Restaurant and Bar Furnishings. Wholesale and Retail. A. ST0LAR0FF 11 S4.N AVTOXIO ST. M. L. NAQUIN, DISTRIBUTOR West Texas. New Mexico. Arizona. OU Mexico. Hotel Taxi Garage. Phone 878 for Demonstration. PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY Office 41B MyrJIe Ave. rhone 1TS3 All makes of cars owned and operated by careful drivers for hire by the trip. hour or day. Ratrst 5 pa-neneer cars 1J0 per hour; 7 passenger ears S.J8 per hour. SIFSTV AUV.H4" OPIBDAl AMI SIOHT PHONE 608 226 X. E. MAX B DRUGGISTS OFEX ALL IGHT I 212 San Antonio II - .1 HAT IS IT TO MF ' aasai OK Baa (soma aaBs 9b9aBCW aaok s9b A agr job W aSk aSaoaBBsfl W TATION A city transportation sj'steni, to give good, sendee, must by its very nature be a -cooperative -enterprise; the company v on the one side, and the people on the other, must work together, or results are apt to be disappointing to both, if not disastrous. .. The people contribute the franchise f or the use of the streets, and they must, in a way, insure sufficient patronage to make the enterprise profitable from a business standpoint. The company contributes $ie capital for initial construction and exten sions, and it must insure a quality of service adequate to the existing needs of the people. The profitable part of the electric transportation system is on the crowded lines in the heart of the city, where population is congested and the average haul is short. The unprofitable part of the electric transportation system is on the outlying -Jiiiesr where population is scant and the average haul is long. It costs just as much to run a car one mile in the sparsely populated outlying districts as in the densely populated inside districts. The cost of construction is just as great on lines where business is light as on lines where business is heavy. The electric system must do a lot of pioneer work, opening up new lines and earry ia on regular service in new districts in spite of temporary losses and "tem porary" in this connection is often a matter of many years. The electric system must give regular service under all possible conditions, for this is a condition' of its franchise, which can be revoked by the people if not com plied with. The. electric system .must have unifonn fares at low rates, for this is required, by the franchise, which the public controls. ' , ? The electric system must give universal transfers, it must 'make its scrvic con venient to the i)eople, it must keep its cars and its schedules up to certain standards prescribed by the people through their official representatives. . The electric system is a corporation with well defined duties, as well as rights. It is legally responsible for monetary damages in any amount assessed by the courts. It takes all the risks of operation of its business, and it is financially responsible to the" public for making good with every stipulation of its, contracts. The electric system is obliged to run its cars on regular schedules under any and all weather conditions. It is forced to recognize the rights of the public to quick" safe, and regular transportation at all times, and it has given pledges backed by millions of dollars to carry out the terms of its contract with the public, known as a franeliiae and subject to regulations enacted by the city council. , Thcimmensc amount of capital invested in such a transportation system as the El Paso Electric Railway Company has established in El Paso is necessarily fixed. It cannot be moved. It has been invested under certain known conditions which, all parties accepted. An implied condition is that these heavy investments shall enjoy reasonable protection against assaults which might have a tendency to impair the capital unfairly, or unjustly to reduce the earnings of the company. Surplus earning above operating costs and reasonable income on investment is al ways available for extensions, improvements, and enlargements for the benefit of the public, looking toward the future and keeping step with El Paso's growth. Surplus earnings of the El Paso Electric Railway Company have been so used, in enormous sums. One form of competition to which, the El Paso Electric Railway Company ought not to be subjected, in justice to tlie public as well as to the company, is unregulated competition by irresponsible persons, who have no corporate investment; who have nothing with which to meet a judgment of court; whose employes cannot be held as responsible servants of a public corporation; whose service is irregular astOvroutes, schedules, and rates df fare: who are not held accountable for wrongs committed upon passengers; who make no guarantees to the public; and whose guarantees could not be enforced even if any were made. Public cooperation with the El Paso Electric Railway Company means steady ex pansion of plant and constant improvement of service. Public cooperation with an opposition service under the loose conditions above described simply means the erip pling of the established utility company, the wthdrawal of its reasonable income, the preventing of future enlargements-and the creating of a sentiment among investors that El Paso is a risky place in which to invest large capital in a permanent way. If the public at any time thinks it is not getting fair service from the Electric Railway Company, all it has to do is to bring public sentiment into play and secure remedial action by the city council. The Company has no option but to obey the laws. But an attitude of hostility will only result in diseoiu'aging the further investment of capital in this city, by the men who are recognized as the most progressive and most competent transportation men in the electric business in the United States today the men who built the El Paso transportation system and direct its management. t Before the public makes up its mind, let it pause to consider the possible gains and losses that may result to it from any step it may decide upon.