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BASEBALL
MONDAY'S GAMES
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Boun 17 16
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Francisco a JJ
Sal Lake 29 24
Pnn and 22 2
1 r -e 24 21
l aland 22 21
Araerleon Association.
Teams "We .Tost
Indianapolis .........2C 14
L-ilwaukee ............32 1C
Kansas City It 17
Louisville ....... ....... .3 17
St Paul 20 1
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re-eland 13 il
Minneapolis 12 22
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Southern Association.
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pv Orleans . . 3 14
Birmingham -7 15
ITempr s 24 2t
Naslnlle 24 52
A anta 21 21
Chattanooga 19 22
L tt e Rock 14 2t
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OIBRICAX LE1CUE.
irrnin game.
1 1 Cleveland R. H. E
St Louis .. .... 1 S 3
C j eland 12 18 1
P tteries St. Louis, Loudermilk.
Tl c t and Agnew. Cleveland, Matchell
anil Egan.
t Cleveland 2nd game R.H.E.
St Louis ...IM 310 000 5 3
Ceeiand ..00 012 OOx 9 12 2
Batteries St Louis, James. Perry
rnaji Hartman and Agnew, Severoid.
C leveland. 'W alker, Morton and O'NelL
Morning game.
t Philadelphia R. HI E.
Boston . 2 g
Il-iladelphla 1 9 9
Batteries Boston. Foster and Thorn -s
Philadelphia, Bush, Wyckoff and
Zl noi
Vt Philadelphia 2nd game R. H. E.
E s on 200 000 700 14 1
Ibilaaelphia ....JO 00 2 S 2
Batteries Boston, Mays, Collins and
T omas Philadelphia. Shawkey, Davis
ard McAvoy.
lrnmg game.
t -Washington R.ILE.
N w York 11 1 1
"Washington 4 g S
Batteries New York, Caswell and
Sw eane Washington. Shaw, Gallia,
L-igel Hopper and Henry.
t Washington 2nd game R.H.E.
" -re York 10 03 000 7 0
Tashinston 100 000 000 I g 4
Butteries New York, Fisher and
7 i amaker, "Washington, Boehling and
H( n-j
Torning- game.
Vt Chicago R. H. E.
Tctroit 4 11 l
Ch "go 3 1! 1
Batteries Detroit, Cavet and Baker.
C " taso Russell, Clcotte, Faber and
Jrr islk
U Chicago 2nd game R. IL E.
Dftroit 000 100 0001 S V
C icago . ... 000 12x 3 7 2
Batteries Detroit, Bo land and Baker;
Cui.asTo Russell and Schalk.
NATIOrs-A., LEAGUE.
M-trning game.
"it Boston R.H.E
Pauadelphia . . ..1 6
Boston . ..292
J ' tter es Philadelphia, Chalmers
ana Killifer. Boston. Hughes and
Y I iling
Vt Boston 2nd game R. H. K.
Pb ladelphia 000 003 020 5 11 Z
E --on . . 000 020.000 2 7 2
Latteries Philadelphia. Mayer and
Kilhfer Boston, Tjler and Whaling,
Trigesser
jlo -ning game.
t New York R. H. E.
P-ooklyn 2 11 0
Jew York 4 12 2
ritteries Brooklvn, Cadore and Mil
iar New York, Perntt and McLean.
At New York 2nd game R. H. E.
Brr. k!n 010 02 300 t 12 2
Ii.t York .. 00 001 010 2 9 2
1 a-tenes Brooklyn, Rucker and
lTi 7cr New York, Stroud, Schauer and
1 Lean.
j T. iMrt TmiEDfi n,.A i.A .. ...
..uu..u Mnuv w l III I
(""lint (n tlTA tMIII. .U.M. .... 1
"- Sunday and won from the Clint
Tig-ers by a score of 12 to 4. The Ala
mos declare that the Clint Tigers used
players oer the announced age limir.
E Gacia started on the mound for the j
Alarros but was soon replaced by Mn
v 1 Vcosta. The lineup of the '-:mo !
1 -f 3 was as follows Ernest Gjrcii. j
rf Sixto Canchex, 3b Alfredo Armen
c z If , C ValenzulE. ss. Frank Al-
-ttte. cf . Louis Stoltx 2b.. Ernes
waru, c Manuel Accsta,
The first sports at the Beail school
PU rounds, under the charge of RC
- k took place on Monday after
- ' thm about 225 boss and gl-
on the grounds Manv of the
n-3 which hae alrealv Letn
v t on h-wl al mere
In Boyland:
Morning game.
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Chicago 9 1 1
Pittsburg 1 4 1
Batteries- Chicago, J ,a vender. Stan-
: ar.dOT nd Bresnta: ntuiwrg. ow
er and Gibson.
At Pittsburg 2nd game R.H.B.
Chicago M 00 MO S 2
Pittsburg 01 (MM Mx 1 S 1
Batteries. Chicago, Cheney, Zabel
and Archer; Pittsbirg. Mamaux and
Gibson.
At St. Louis 1st game R.ILK.
Cincinnati 004 011 0002 11 l
St. Louis 100 000 001 3 f)
Batteries: Cincinnati, Dale and
Clarke: St. Louis. Doak, Grlner and
Snyder.
At St. Louis Second game R. H. E.
Cincninati. . . 4 10 1
St. Louis. 4 16 Z
Batteries. Cincinnati, Ames, Benton,
Lear and Clark. Wingo: St. Louis, Rob
inson, Grmsr and Snyder.
rRDRHAl LEAGUE.
Morning game.
At Newark R.H.E.
Brooklyn 3 7 S
Newark E 9 2
Batteries Brooklyn, Marlon and
Pratt, Newark, Horan and Rariden.
At Brooklyn R.H.E.
Newark. 3 9 1
Brooklyn 5 16 1
Batteries: Newark, "Whltehouse. Mose
ley and Rariden; Brooklyn. Lafltte, Up
ham and Land, Pratt.
At St. Louis 1st same R. H. E.
Pittsburg 2 S 2
St. Louis S 7 1
Batteries- Pittsburg; Rogge, Leclaire
and Berry; St. Louis, Groom and Hart
ley. At St Louis (second came)
Plttsbur & W 0 S 5 2
St. Louis. O0 WW 000 9 4 2
Batteries: Pittsburg. Allen and
O'Connor. St. Louis, Davenport and
Hartley. (Called, darkness).
At Chicago 1st game R. H. K.
Kansas City 1 T 1
Chicago 2 4 0
Batteries: Kansas City Main and
I Brown. Chicago. McConnell and Wil
son, xen innings.
At Chicago (second game) '
Kansas City. 00 100 0001 S 5
Chicago 00 900 1012 A 1
Batteries: Kansas City, HenniBtrand
Easterly; Chicago. Brown and Wilson.
Fisher.
Morning game.
At Buffalo R.ILE.
Baltimore 9 i 0
Buffalo 2 6 2
Batteries- Baltimore, Bender and
Owen: Buffalo. Anderson and Blair.
At Buffalo 2nd game R. IL E.
Baltimore 00 10 100 S t
Buffalo 000 003 0003 9 1
Batteries: Baltimore, Suggs and
I Jacklitsch, Buffalo, Krapp, Ehmke and
isiair.
TEXAS LEAGUES.
3Iondays Games,
At Fort Worth R. IL E.
Fort Worth g 3 1
Waco. 2 g 2
Batteries- Fort Worth, Taff, Harrah
and Belts: Waco, Markey and Walters.
At Dallas R. H. E.
Dallas. 7 g 3
Shrevport . . 2 S 1
Batteries: Dallas, Mulline and Ste
phens; Shreveport, Hendricks and To-
At Houston R.H.E.
Houston. 3 S 2
Galveston. 2 7
Batteries: Houston, Ware and Clark;
Galveston, Veasey. Barfoot and Dilger.
At Beaumont Beaumont-San Antonio
game postponed; rain.
IVESTEIlV LEAGUE.
Morning game.
At Sioux City R.H.E.
Omaha 13 14 1
bioux City 7 9 2
Batteries. Omaha. Everdon and Kr ea
ger. Sioux City, Hallman, Kelley and
Price.
At Sioux City Second game R.H. B.
Omaha. T...S IS 0
Sioux City 6 13 0
(Called end 13th to let teams catch
train.)
Batteries- Omaha, Johnson, Ciosman.
Btodgett and Kafora. Sioux City, Gas
par and Crisp.
At Des Moines 1st game R. H. E.
Topeka 000 001001 2 7 1
Des Moines S01 102 01x 10 lg 3
Batteries Topeka. Dashner, Grover,
Clumt and Monroe, Des Moines, H03
ridge and Breen.
At Des Moines (2nd game) R. H. E.
Topeka 20 900 13 4 I
Des Moines. 902 910 1 I 7 1
Batteries: Topeka, Wiedman and
Monroe; Des Moines, Musser and Gra
ham (Called end seventh by agree
ment) At St Joseph 1st game R.H.E.
Wichita Oil 001 100 i g 0
St Joseph 000 030 000 3 S 2
Batteries: Wichita. Baker, Gelst and
Griffith; St Joseph, Brewn. Flannigan
and White.
At St Joseph Second game R. H. E.
Wichita. 0 4 2
St Joseph. 1113 6
Batteries Wichita. Geist, Sullivan
and Griffith; St (Joseph, Willey and
Tonneman.
(Called end seventh inning to allow
teams to catch trains.)
At Denver 1st game R. H. E.
Lincoln 11 02 1 IE :
Denver 000 100 000 16 2
Batteries: Lincoln, Ehraan and Yantz,
Denver, Arallenes and Shestak.
At Denver Second game R. H. E.
Lincoln. 6 12 4
Denvr 4 11 3
Batteries- Lincoln, Morse and McAl
lister; Denver, Harrington and Spahr.
PACIFIC COAST
At Oakland Venice
LEAGUE.
0-10, Oakland
2-t.
At Los Angeles Salt Lake
3-4; Los
Angeles 4-.
At Portland San Francisco-Portland
game postponed.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Morning game.
At Columbus, LouIsvilIe3; Columbus
10
Second Game.
At Columbus, Louisville, 1; Columbus,
Morning game.
At Minneapolis. St Paul 2; Minnea
polis 5.
Second Game
At St Paul. Minneapolis, 2; St Paul,
First Game.
At Indianapolis. HeTeland, 1; In-
School Sports, Jnvenlle Sports,
HoyV Amateur Sports, and
Iews and Gcsslp of the
'Future Greats."
BV "BECK."
a big sport festival. Volley ball, soccer
an. 1 baseball we-e played and the Older
girls attempted a comblnatixi of soccer
arc" Indoor baseball w'alch seemed to
make a hit
The feature of the afternoon was a
ball game between the Beall school nine
and the Working Boys. The final score
was 4 to 2 In favor of the school. Bu
Jorco and Ableta were on the pelats for
the winners and Romero and VH'a,
worked for the Wo-king BOis
Basketball was a Li fe, in- with
the girls and seve-al k mn were
playeu while thej also attirn .1 1 a ew
games of indoor baseball on the out
dcor dlamona
The Fort Bliss Junio-s' second team
challenges the Fcldman hemori for a
game a- the Lamar sch ol grounds at
JO
New York Gould Spare Some Fight Cluts
-:H:- -::- -::- -::- -:i:-
IN ew Law Ma3 Force Many Out of Game
BY PR WK
NEW
CO,
Vli
BW YORK, June 1. One of the
consummations devoutly to be
ished is that Gov. Whitman, ot
New York state will sign the new
boxing law. That would tax all clubs
7 1-2 percent, a taxation that would
cause many boxing clubs to shut up
shop. ,
There are many boxing clubs in New
York that bugbt to shut up shop. The
games would be benefitted if they did.
They are a detriment. They are oper
ating on a shoestring and these shoe
string operations hurt the already
sorely wounded pugilistic business.
The existing law provides that the
state, shall receive five percent of the
gross sum taken in at the gate. The
new law increases the amount to 7 1-2
percent. That's a difference of only
2 1-2 percent, but that difference con
stitutes more than the net profits some
clubs make on a season.
In these days of money mad pugil
ists and a public demand for top
notchers, the clubs must get the best
talent possible. That means big guar
antees which, added to such incidental
expenses as hall rent, lighting and
printing bills, makes a capacity house
necessary before the promoters can
break slightly ahead of the game. If
the night is a bad one. the house usu
ally is small, and the promoters are
walloped.
There's more than a score of fight
clubs operating in New York City at
the present time. The town could get
along very nicely with six or seven.
Outside of the club that operates in
Madison Square Garden there isn't one
In town which uses a hall large enough
to seat many more than 2000 persons.
xfie pugilistic aunospnere in .new
in
Tork would be cleared If
about one
diaaapolis, 3.
Second Game
At Indianapolis, Cleveland 3; In
dianapolis, 4.
First Game.
At Kansas City, Milwaukee, 2; Kan
sas City. 3
Second Game
At Kansas City, Milwaukee,
sas City, 0.
4; Kan-
SOUTHER VS'-OCI 1TIOV.
At Nashville, first game Nashville
4; Atlanta 3 (17 innings): second game
postponed account length first.
At Chattanooga Chattanooga-New
Orleans, both games postponed; rain.
At Memphis Memphis 4-1; Mobile
9-2.
At Little Rock Little Rook 2-4;
Birmingham 3-9.
COLLEGE BASBB ILL.
At New Haven R.H.E.
Yale 22 2 4
Cornell S 9 10
Monday night's games In the deck pin
series at the Cactus ctab resulted in a vic
tory for Grist's team ever Carreta"s gro
gatlon, ivfcilo the Clark's won from the Han
son's. Tonight the Baakers' league team
will roll. The scores:
Gxhag team
NoKsat St tl HI
B. B. Hoary 59 tl M II
T. O. Aber 22 U 7t 24 1
P. a Graves 97 S9 St 214
Tetab
Carrots, team
R. L Camjtk
A. C HlasdaJ.
W. G. Anwtd
.293 Ml 6 94
71
7
M
55
69
67
tt
62
96
62
46
4
a. a. :
Totals 25 256 272 794
Patau woa, Grtag 2. Carrath 1: high
game, Carrath. 96, high total. Aber, 242.
Clark team
B. L Clark 71 74 69 214
O J. Btaferd tt ti It :41
C K. Censers IS S4 71 191
A. Duaraiy 59 It St 175
Totals
Hanson team
J C. RaaaoB
W. R. Andersen...
Gus Brloton
N. Morgan
.212 261 279 89
I BOWLING I
It 70 It 22 '
II st t :i
59 t 191 I
72 IS SI 1S9
TeUls 6! 295 242 Sl
Points won, Clark 3. Hanson 1 , high game,
THcford 31: high total. Bin ford 241.
TH0RNHILL AND GONZALES ARE
VICTIMS OF AUTO ACCIDENT
JTaV Thnrnhlll ffofit tnrMnm ami
Santiago Gonzales, blacksmith's helper J
at the Southwestern Portland cement
company's plant were injured Sunday
evening; when jitne bus No 1 ran into
the curbing at the corner of Roosevelt
avenue and Lawton street Thornhlll
sustained two cuts on the scalp, one
of the right eje requiring 10 stitches
and one over the left eye requiring a
few less. The Mexican sustained a
broken hand.
There was something the matter with
the car when wc left the smelter, said
Jack Thornhlll today, "and we told the
driver that he ought to investigate, for
we could hear something rattling under
the car. He got out and looked and
said there was nothing the matter, but
the rattling continued. Whatever It was,
I am sure affected the steering gear,
for. Instead of turning the cornor at
Lawton avenue, the driver appeared
unable to move the steering wheel and
we headed straight Into the curb."
VETERANS OF SOUTH GIVE
RENEWED PLEDGE TO U. S.
Richmond, Va, June 1 Pledges of
support to president Wilson "in these
perilous times," and prayers for right
eous peace of the world, marked the
opening here today of the 2Sth annual
reunion of the United Confederate vete
rans. 1
To the strains of "Dixie," Carry Me
Back to Old Virginia," and "Stonewall
Jackson's Way," thousands of wearers
of the gray from all parts of the south
land matched through the streets of the
old capital of the confederacy to the
city auditorium, where they were wel
comed by governor Stuart
Hundreds of "Stars and Bars ' were
waved as the veterans inhered a black
dad little woman, the widow of Oen
C. MB-NKK.
dosen or more of the clubs closed their
doors. Here's hoping.
The woods were full of aspirants to
the lightweight title when . Freddie
eWlsh first landed on these shores
wearing the crown, but it's different
now Not that Freddie has put them
out of the way. Oh, goodness, no.
Freddie hasn't put anybody or any
thing away except about S0.090 Ameri
can dollars. Those aspirants have put
themselves out of the way.
It's almost uncanny the way those
fellows hae slipped from view. Leach
Cross made large noises some months
ago. so did Charlie White, Willie
Beecher. Young Shugrue. Tommy Mur
ph. Willie Ritchie, Ad Wolgast and a
flock of leaser luminaries. But some
how or other the gang isn't as promi
nent nor as dangerous looking as it
Cross had fought some poor fights in
the past six months. Wolgast has bad
so much trouble with his brittle bones
that he's looked upon as a has-been;
Murphy, after IS years of battling, is
ready to quit; Young Shugrue has been
in drydock because of some sort of ail
ment that necessitated an operation.
Charlie White doesn't shine as
brightly as he did. Something seems
to be wrong with the Chicagoan. Willie
Beecher's star began to descend after
he got his chance at Welsh and floun
dered through 10 rounds.
Willie Ritchie is still in our midst,
but "Willie doesn't seem filled with bat
tle lust. Willie hss made quite a hit as
a stage daacer and probably Willie
thinks it's a better money maker than
battling in the ring
The El Taso lee rnd nefriKerator Co.
Maintains its own delivery system.
Pure distilled water and Ice. Phones
114-115 Advertisement.
FERGUSON TO CUT OUT
SOME APPROPRIATIONS
Austin, Texas, June L When gov
ernor Ferguson returns from his brief
vacation Wednesday, he will immedi
ately take up the consideration of the
measures .enacted during the special
session or the legislature, and Interest
centers in his action with the general
anDroDriation bills. The items of ap
propriations are so arranged that he
may cut out ai item here and there
without impairing the remainder of the
appropriation for any department The
governor cannot reduce or change the
amount of any appropriation in the
bills, but he can cut it out altogether.
The governor finds himself confront
ed with two appropriations made for
the repairing of the state house, one
of 341S.OOO contained in the miscella
neous bill, and the other bf 3135.000 in
serted in the appropriations made for
the department of public buildings and
grounds in the departmental bill. He
will be compelled to disapprove one of
these items.
The money bills carry a total of
nearly $15,000,006, and SS40.000 may be
trimmed.
WOMEN'S CLUBS TO AID
MOTHERS' PENSION BILL
Committees from the Woman's club
and other local women's organizations
1 are tp be appointed to assist jnose
Henry Neil, of Chicago, in starting nis
campaign for mothers' pensions in
1 Texas.
juage leii Here iroiH xaai xvaa
to interest the El Paso men and wom
en in his movement, which is a nation
wide one. to have the states pay pen
sions to poor mothers in order that
they may rear their families to be
good citizens and may keep their
families with them and give them a
mothers care Instead of being sent to
a charitable institution or to the juven
ile court
Judge Nell Is planning to spend sev
eral days here planning his campaign
and answering his correspondence
which he has received since coming to
Texas. Judge Neil expects to make
an address to the women of El Paso
on the needs of the mother's pension
law.
CHAS. MOSS SAYS EL PASO IS
GETTING BIG AD AT SAN DIEGO
"This is indeed quite some little
show and 'you all' ought to see it"
writes Chas W. Moss, of El Paso, to
a kiikaa tTllr fa-jiM G . wi Ttlnern '
"Advise everfyone to go to the New
Mexico state bu.lding and Inquire for
T itchelL who will clve the illustrated
lecture on
lecture on EI Paso and the Elephant
Butte Kl Paso never had a better
advertisement and ifs worth any citi
zen's time He gives the lecture on
stipulated time, but by request you
can get it on fifteen minutes notice
This show is quite a credit to San
Diepo and reall beyond one's imarr- l
ination. who hasn't seen this city for j
ten j ears 1
"Mrs. Moss and I will go to San '
Francisco tonight for a week and then 1
will return to El Paso by way of the
Santa Fe. Regards to the boys."
TONY FERLET DESERTS RANCH
FOR A VISIT TO THE CITY
Tonv A Fcrlet. who does paper Into
booklets, pamphlets and letter heads n
a printing press In the center of an nl
falfa field "in the heart of the Mesilla
valley, ' near Anthony, X. M. is in Ul
Paso.
TBI L OF" M V WHO SHOT
STOIIU BUIlfiLAIt IS IIULT)
The examining trial of Nicholas
Cadena, charged with the murder of
an unknown Mexican, was held Mon
day afternoon in Justice J. J Murphy s
court. He was held to the grand Ju-y
under (500 bond, which was given
Cadena is said to have shot a Mexi
can who was caught In the act of bur
glarizing Cadena s store.
DIRECTORS DISCUSS BOUTIN K
HVTTKnS VTItHSKI.l LUNCHEON
Tuesday afternoon the regular week
ly luncheon of the directors of the
chamber of commerce was held at the
H. tel Sheldon. Routine business was
d.iiutsed. Those attending the lunch
eon were Burt Orndorff, Walter Kohl
1 ri?, Harrv Potter, Henry Beach, J. K.
lie nberg and George Clements.
I I
TJ. S. DRAWS NEW
NOTE TO GERMANY
(Continued Prom Vax One).
ident's previous attitude thought the
American rejoinder would be brie, and
would demand an early reply.
Failure to meet the American rep
resentations would, it was freely pre
dicted, result in - severance of diplo
matic relations. Diplomatic non In
tercourse, however, would not neces
sarily be followed, it was pointed out
today, by any other step, unless Amer
ican rights were again flagrantly vio
lated. Not Disponed to (Argue.
Proposals on the part of Germany to
protract the argument with affidavits
alleged to be in the possession of the
German embassy here to prove that the
Lusltania carried guns will not be con
sidered, in view of official knowledge
here that the ship was unarmed. More
over, the government is expected to
point out that during the present dis
cussion the American steamer Nebras
kan has been torpedoed by a German
submarine.
Proof of Recklessnesa.
The admission of the German admi
ralty, announced officially today in a
report from ambassador Gerard, that
the commander of the submarine which
torpedoed the Gulflight did "not no
tice the American flag" on the Gulf
light until after he had fired the tor
pedo, is another circumstance to which
it was thought probable that the United
States would advert in the secona note
to Germany as proof of the danger to
w hich American vessels were subjected
bv the reckless methods of German
suarine commanders.
The conference between the presi
dent and count Bernstorff, which will
take place In the ne room of the
white house at noon on Wednesday,
after the note will have been prepared,
was the subject of much comment The
ambassador himself would not say
what his purpose was. but from well
Informed sources it was learned that
he asked for the interview of his own
Initiative, without instructions from
his government and that he wishes to
Impress the president with his desire
to do everything to avoid a rupture in
friendly relations between Germany
and the United States.
Embassy officials would not talk for
publication, but there was a distinct
disappointment manifest at both the
Austrian and German embassies here
at the character of the German reply.
Peace nt ny Price.
A suggestion made by well Informed
diplomats was that the German gov
ernment had become convinced of a
fixed purpose of the United States to
remain at peace at any eventuality and
that this impression had followed from
the Wasmngton government a io,.
attitude toward Mexico.
RAIN STORMS PREVENT
RAPID ITALIAN ADVANCE
Verona. Italy. June 1 Rain storms
and fog are preventing a rapid devel
opment of Italian operaUons against
the Austrian positions in the Adlge
valley Some Alpine detachments and
two regiments of Bersaglierle have
been exposed to the weather, soaked
through, for SO hours without the pos
sibility of going into camp.
Lone range cannon are now being
transported by the Italians towards
the points to be occupied, one of which
is within seven miles of Rovereto.
The whole high plateau of Lavarone
now Is in the hands of Italian troops,
who also are threatening to Jn
Austrian citv of Trent from behind
along the Fiemroe valley.
GERMAN SAILORS WERE
NOT FROM KARLSRUHE
Nogales, Arlr, June L A sensational
report from here to the effect that
several German sailors from the cruis
er Karlsruhe had reached Nogales.
Sonora. and wanted to enter the Lnited
States, saying the Karlsruhe had been
wrecked at Turtle Bay. Lower Cali
fornia, was found to be untrue.
The sailors were from the German
steamship Hans of Hamburg, which,
with about IS other German vessels, is
Interned at Santa Rosalia, fearing cap
ture by Japanese cruisers If they re
mained longer on the high seas. The
sailors are attempting to collect the
wages due them before entering the
United States.
130 BRITISH MERCHANT
VESSELS LOST I.N WAR
London. Eng June 1. One hundred
and 3 British merchant and fishing
vessels have been lost since the begin
ning of the v ar. according to an ad
miralty statement just issued.
Fifty-six merchant ships have been
sent to the bottom by cruisers of the
enemy. 12 by mines and 2 by subma
rines. Eighty-three fishing craft have
been lost Since German submarines
began thUr attack on merchant shlp
nlnfr Jar 27 the merchant vessels sunk
by them number 59 and the fishing
craft 31
GALVESTON and return. . . .$34.40
PORT ARTHUR and return. .$37.25
EERRVTLLE and return $28.25
Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept. 30th.
Limit 3 months.
Los Angeles and return. ..... .$35.00
San Diego and return $35.00
San Francisco and return $45.00
On sale daily. Limit three months.
CITY TICKET OFFICE Ko. 206 NORTH OREGOh
Phone 142.
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HEALTH OFFICE SAYS
NO CAUSE FOR SCARE
That Mexican employes of the city,
in charge of a scavenger wagon, to
day earned about the streets of the
eastern part of the city in their wagon
a mattress, sheets, blankets and pil
lows that had Just been taken from a
house in which a man had died of
smallpox, was stated by Hamilton Ray
ner of 3330 Montana street who said
h would make oath to the facts if
necessary.
About 1 a. m. Mr. Rayner telephoned
The Herald saying the men had just
been around with the wagon, and had
stated that they took the bedding from
a house infected with smallpox.
The Herald called up Dr. Kluttz, cit
health officer, about the case, and Dr
Kluttz said he lad already had com
plaints about the wagon, and had Im
mediately sent inspector Ten Eyck and
a city detective to see about the mat
ter and do whatever was necessary.
ot a Smallpox Case.
Half a dosen telephone messages
came to The Herald in the hour en
suing, and the whole neighborhood
seemed to have been aroused by the
action of the scavenger men. Several
of those who telephoned refused to
give their names upon being requested,
these individuals were quick enoagn,
however, to declare that "of course
The Herald will not mention the In
cident, as it concerns the city admin
istration." Later Dr. Kluttz telephoned The Her
ald that the bedding had been taken
from a house in which there had been
tuberculosis, and which was beinS
fumigated. He said there was no dan
ger to the public In carrying the bed
ding on the scavenger wagon.
CLOUDCROFT SEASON
OPENS ON TUESDAY
Cloudcroft opened for the summer
season Tuesdas when the summer
schedule of trains went into effect
on the eastern division of the South
western and the dally train service on
the Cloudcroft line was started.
The new train schedule for the
Cloudcroft line makes connection with
the train leaving El Paso at 7 30 a. m.
for the east This train reaches Ala
mogordo at 1 a. no. and the train for
Cloudcroft leaves at 1 1 a. m, arriv
ing at Cloudcroft et 12:39 p. ra. Re
turning the Cloudcroft train leaves at
2 IS p. m. during the week days. On
Sundays the train will leave at S.39 p.
m. The week day trains reach Alamo
gordo at 4 35 p. m and the Sunday
trains will arrive there at 8 50 p. -n.
Leaving Alamogordo for El Paso dur
ing the week at 4 45 p el, the train
arrives in El Paso at 7 20 p m. On
Sundays the train will leave Alamogor
do for El Paso at 9 p. m. and will ar
rive in El Paso at 11.3 p in.
DECLARES JEFFERSON DAVIS
MISJUDGED, DISFRANCHISED
Richmond, Va., June 1. A tribute to
the character and motives of the presi
dent of the Confederate States of
America was delivered at the Confed
erate Veterans' reunion here today by
Gen. B, W Green, of Little Rock. Ark..
in an address on "Jefferson Davis."
Gen. Greene declared that "misjudged
in life and disfranchised until his death
Jefferson Davis Is finding his true plac
In history. He suffered as no other con
federate. He met every crisis daunt
lessly and measured up to every Just
expectation and demand of his people "
Denying that Jefferson wore woman's
clothing when captured. Gen. Greene
said:
"Three days after leaving Washing
ton, Ga, following Gen. Lee's surrender.
Mr. Davis found his family encamped
with a small wagon train and traveled
several days with them. He still in
tended to cross the Mississippi. He had
his horse saddled one night and he laid
down to rest shortly before dawn. Soon
afterward his negro coachman reported
to him that he heard firing nearb
Mr. Davis left his tent, and saw some
union cavalrymen. His wife urged him
to escape. His horse was hitched near
by. As it was still dark, he picked up
in his tent what be thought was his
raincoat and later found it was his
wife's. Mr. Davis threw a shawl over
his shoulders to protect him from the
cool morning air."
covDrno.v of cotton is
80 PBRCKAT OF NORMVL
Washington. D. C June 5 Cotton
showed a. condition of S percent of a
normal on May 3E, the de-tar'atent of
agriculture announced today in its f iret
report of tlw season.
Condition by states Includes j-.rs.
79. Arkans;-. S4. Missouri. !M, Okla
homa, TS; Cali'ornla. 32.
ARCHITECTS IIai H I.17XCII.
The weekly luncheon of the Archi
tects association was held at noon Mon
day In the Paso del Norte. No busings
ot importance was transacted. There
were present C M. Gibson. G C Pr
ertson, Ed Kneeiel K. Krause V
Patton. O M TBorman. a orwpp,
D G Leibert and Hugh Bratmtor
Corne.
Summer Rates
TO
"SOLDIER" BARTFIELD HOLDS
GIBBONS TO EVEN TERMS
New York, June 1 Soldier Bart' el 1
of the United States army surprise 1
fight fans Monday at Brooklj n wh-n
he held Mike Gibbons, the su P- .1
middleweight, to even terms in a lo
round bout Gibbons weighed 155 a id
Bartfield 148 Gibbons exhibited his
usual cleerntss hut he was never a 1
to sole the soMiers defence, wh le
at times Birtfuld outfought Gibbon-.
at his own g "r.e U the end the her
ore were equall rtiwded.
Battling Levinsk a local hea
weight out oxcil and outfought I mi
(Porkv) Flnn. of Boston, in every iu
sion of a 10 round bout
BRITISH POLOIST DIBS.
London, Eng. June 1 Capt A Noti
Edwards, one of Great Britain s famous
polo players, has died at Ypres from
gas poisoning
Ten Dollars
Any worn out range burns atleast
three cents more in fuel everyday
than a new Glenwood. That's put
ting it small. Three tunes 36S is
$10.95. You see it doesn't take
"KaSes CooKing Easy,
long to waste the cost of a new
Glenwood and the expense isn't all,
the chances are the on range is the
"worry kind" covered with fili
gree and hard to keep dean.
T.H. Rogers & Co,
Paso.
No Pain
By this neTr
can take
yoar Impres
sions in the
rooming and
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ran do this work
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show yea this.
No mere
cr!6 .!!"!?. ?.. $5.00
Vo tens
NEW SYSTEM DENTAL PARLOlC
Cor El Paso and San Antonio Sts.
o.er Sarins Bank newly renovated
old First Nat. Bank Bids. Opes
nennjs till 3d Sunday mornings
till 11 ay attendants 2K Spanish
and iceman speken.
of every man to him
self and to his family is
to provide for the edu
cation of his children
and the declining years
of life by systematically
saving part of the pay
envelope to build a re
serve fund.
this bank pays 4 per
cent interest and "wel
comes deposits of $1 or
more.
Lee H. Orndorff, President
H. P. Jackson Vke President
C H. Jones, Vice President
F X. Murcluson, Active V. P.
H. E. Chnstie, Cashier
D B. Marchison, Asst Cashier
Glenwood
Mange
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