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EL PASO HERALD By WHEELAN r.afot of M"1e-t aforleo Minute Movies - hNTHEPUBUCEYEJ (CopyrKB aEaBaananananananananananananCrBKaTrBariMrrr ft. fAPlTINC-POT A rZr-Mi w "CKHRT CITj" IS ! IN IT ARE BFRut JPN5ATl0M 1 BUT ALSO THE HCPES, PEARS .. .. . . - ... b..ua n A. Pallet Office t. lflla by oeorce ainniw uaj .. ""-- .laa1 IW mi II e SOX TIE TWO STRAIGHT Barrow Nine Wallops the Philadelphia Athletics in Double Bill. Ph aoelpbla. Pa- JnlT (.Boston woo tb limes of tho holiday program from Pnledephia Monday. Terrific hitting by h Red Sol in the early Innlnss of both time give tbesn leads wateb. th. locals rou d not snrpaae. Morning game. ?" Ttnston - 221 M Ml a la e Philadelphia mt OM 100-1 Batteries Boston. Pennock and Walter. Phi aaelphla, Besty. Blgbee. Keefe and Styles. Afternoon game, k. n. B. .. 1M Ml 10110 1 Ph' edelphla .. . Ml Ml 0003 , x Batteries Boston. Bash and Walters. Philadelphia. Harris, Hasty and Perkins. SENATOBS CtKAN UP. Washington D C Jnly (. Waafctnstoo k-,o both of the bandar games from New Tork largely throash sapertor pitcatng Moidaj Tho crowd at tha iIaM" game ws the largest that over turned out for a ba 1 game In Washington. Voralng game. B. H. E- Nw Tork IW 010 1 K a.hlngton 111 1 " . Barer e New Tork. shore aid Bm, aahicston, zaehary and Gharrity. "emooo game. B-K. E New York . . 101 Ml 7 1 Waahlnrton 110 4M 11 I Batterlea New Tork. ThormaUao. Me ,rw and Hannah. WaeMngtoa, Sehacht - d Gharrity TinnM rjTVTDE DOTJBLE. Detroit. Mich.. Jaly C Detroit brake Jta m loslnc streak and aivMea IM Boil- i l.mn with St. Loais by wtemtvx th j' rrnoTi game. rrlnr rust R. XT. E. Lola . 101 00 ( U Totr .. Ml WO I 7 Bat Tiea St. Lonia Sothoron. Sbeckcr aid evereld DtxoiT, Ehmfce and Stanaga. A'ternon rtoa B. K. K. Louli .. ioe 110 J 7 1 T -roll 110 000 .! 7 1 1 Batlerle St. Lonls. VanGllder. Bnr- tl and Severeld. Detroit. Dauss and tallage. MHHD SOS WE' TWO. -h raao III. Jaly In an ela-htb to c raly Chicago ecored six mna and m the crtersoon Kame rrom Cleveland ter taking the morning same. Kerr war Mo-ning same. B. H. E e-ejand 001 OH 010 I t hleago 103 Cll M' I 9 1 Batie-iea Clereland. Caldwell. Nle Uji Fath and ONeUl. Chieaco, Wll- 1 ajns and SchalJc Afternoon kuul R. H. B. r ereland 0! 01 Ht ( la ehicaao . "M M a n J Batteiiee Cteraland, Coreleakle and "Neil Chicago. Krrr TOlktneon and halt Buck Is Victor In Cycle Race The fifth of July motor races at th Tuarex race track were w1to63ed by approximately 206 persons Monday Tuarez was crowded with Americans. but only a small percentage ventured 10 he hot track, and the grandstand hM only a scattering' of people. The races were echedoied to start at 1 30 ociock. but did not get nnder v 8 until 3 4S when two motor cycles took to the track for a five lap race. oth machines were of the Harley DaWdson make, J D Bode won in T2 ninnteB, 11 seconds. M Iton ran a close second In IS tnln 'tes, 17 Vt seconds. Milton displayed - preat amount of nerve, tsUnc all curves without "shotting off." Bvek, -who had the faster machine. Y-vd a 1 ard fight to maintain his lead. Top Car Is Second. Three other motorcycles entered t hat was announced as a free-for-all iio'orcyele race. Three motor cars then lined up for a race, a Hntfsea n'nn'nsr a hard flarht. Du-inf the tryonts, when tke drivers were testing tfieir machines - a stiff run about the trade a stock jr with top up, and driven by one -f the best drivers in El Paso, took n easy second in the test race. The -ack was very austy. MASOV TVISS BOUT. Duluth. Minn, July 6. Frankle Mason Fort Wayne, Ind, flywolebt boxer easily outpointed Howard May tcrr of Duluth. in 10 rounds here Mondav afternoon, acoordlne; to news. !-"r men Mason took every round 'ter the first three. Just before the Tta Jnana race track c oed for the season last week Kennab Leonard, the box flerhter. -ook it a ride on a race horse for the -ncvie picture people. Bennaa Is ri'ty rider. Speaking of Dreams At last eae of joui dreamt w3! cose trse. 0a tie corner of Lot An geles aad River streets is San set HesgBb addition, there is Btariag caapletien oae of the best asd tsest sanitary rvrim Bias pok in tne Southwest We hope fat Saturday nigfct we can opec the doors for yonr patTotwje. Watch for Opening Announcement To the High School boys and girk we eztend an kvitation to visit the greands and inspect eTtrytkfflg Hader ceRitrattion. Come ese, ceae all! Let's get acqaakled. WANTED! Drnmmer aad Clarinetist for FScture Show. Must be sight readers and able to play Jaxz to classical. Drum mer must have good ovtflt, xylophone, marimba, etc Clari netist preferably able to doa ble on saxophone. Address MAAGER hauler ludltorluxa RT0V M3W MEXICO. OF ALU nu-iivw.-. i AMBIT10N.I -. I.IB " -S J UJKEHS BHEJK EVENWnHN.Y, Hitting of McGraw Tribe Enables Giants to Divide Double Header. New Tort. Jory a. New Tork won U afternoon same from Philadelphia, the rUHora harhie wen the momlne jama Monday. Hanaxer CraTatb. of PWladelp- hla proterted the 1",,nf?5e,bt euse of a nrttns by umpire Harrleon In SI '.Tent tnnJne "'nta declared cert en an lnDeM JBr. ehw .Mt fram flrat to-aeoond on the Py waa called ont on BtmnCa throw te J Craeath'a protest waa aaioat alll nicher onfTt wcend. tL'Si?' he waa protected tram beinc retired on the tnaaM fly rale. ,n, psirr...JSst3,j Kew Tork . eon oao laaj i . Batterlea PMIadelpliia, Btxoy and Wrth-eraw- New Tork. Barnea and Snyder. Afternoon same. aaaJJ" t i Philadelphia. Ooe w "irk . . S r-t J Batterie Philadelphia. Hnbbell and m e.w WaW T.t.r oeu Ranfttt na?a icw vm .vu. "--- PIRATES WAIoIX)P RED SOX. both cam" from the dBCtenatt Red wkw eMmpiTO HBrniJiE EaVStTfc - dnelnnatl 10 W-J J FltUburc "Tci Z Battextes: cinemsau. xn, m Wlnso. ntttMirr. Carlson and HaeCfser. A fiorMnll t-SJBft. aarfnnaU I 1 -1 16 1 PttSWr mMm 2 Batteries CtodnnU. lisque and 'Wlttea. Ftttcburg. Pcndr, Hamilton and SehmMt. PODGEBS WTJi" TWO. -Rjpt.n Jnlr c--Broeklrn took both sames trem Boston. Xhe Qrrt in ten lasmcs. The rUitors made five hits off Flluaglm ra tne teatin inmsrs oi uso itb. nae, iadndtoc a home run. with two on be- Score. , R.H.E. Brooklyn 3H X 49 17 Z Boston 12 Ml 6 2 Batterlea: Brooklyn. Uarqraard. Mamavx and MIDer: Boston, Scott. Oeschrer FH- Bscim ana ooway. SoeoBd came. K- H. E. Brooklyn MtlMNM S 3 Beeton ... irs - Batteries Brooklyn. Pfeffer and Krae Cr, Boston. Scott and CTNeflL CABDS TAKE TTVO. St Loala. Mo- Jnlr . St. Ixrols took both, the moraine; and afternoon games from Chicago Monday. McHeorjfa sHtlss waa a nraeatcent factor In both Ylctorlea. Ms home rsn ciBchfac tthe mornlnx -a . ..tm.Sia.. I ' fc- .fo.lo.lo.lo.lKfi.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.l.lMf el'KTt -t gMbyrS li-vXil'wZ. IVJC-fa-" VynV-lbVC J - w When A Feller Needs A Friend - - Bysnggs GEWEBRTl0:o AWDWIIH &SgSSiS. TIC Vf-11JTM-IJL JUIV Wl " . TMTlMPfUlSHED CLEfiSyMANJ. ISaBKranBmBBtBmmV Z " V - . . 'r. An UCkl 1standings . o... V l-OTV f 1V1IH Won. IiOt. Pet. Tot-n.tlnn.ls ........... 10 1 Zone Supply ' JJJ Fort Bliss Knlcbts or uotuniiwis .... "" TEXAS LEAGUE. Won. Lost. FX 3an Antonio .......... J Fort Worth ? Iti fiareveport '': Galveston ....-.-- Bailas . - . - i Beaomoat .......-- - r;r Houston AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won. Lost Pet- aO. . 4 2 . .Ml New xonc ...-- " Cbleaso -" WauMiurton -..... ?T- Z T ft X .001 n .m ti tot II .471 47 U Boston St Louis Detror rmiwpn ....... ..- arZ-aLV. U SM 2o samex iwwniuw - " travellnc 2UXIONAIj LEAOCE. Won. Loet. Pet. Cincinnati E7 157 Brooklyn .........- " St. Louis JJ JJ lit J0 PHtabwrs Chlcaro ... - JJ J Boaton New Tork JJ Philaddnhla 3T 41 .(U .471 .4U .117 No same scheduled Wednesday, tratfal Isc. COAST LEAGUE. Won. Lost Salt Lake CKy " Vernon .. " JJ Los Angeles " Seattle " San Francisco " Portland 43 41 Oakland " Sacramento .......-- Where They Play Wednesday. Oakland at Seattle. Vernon at Portland. Sacramento at San Fjaneiaco. Salt Lake at Loa Angetea. Pet. JSl ill .HI .411 Mi OX .ill .Ml game, while bis single In the ninth In the afternoon drore oyer tha deddlnr ran. Mornine game. R. H. B. Chicago 010 HW Ooe l I 0 SJTloiiIs 010 001 Of 4 11 1 Batteries: Chicago. Hendrlx and OTar retl: St Lewis, Sdrapp "d demaas. Afternoon game. B. H. E. CUeaxo 00 00 0101 1 0 at Loots 00 100 MI I 1 0 Batteries Chicago. Alexander and Ell letor: St Lonls. Sherdel and Dflheefer. Semi anneal Iniereat on Savings ae coanU will bs dee Jaly 1st. Depos itors are requested to present pass books for credit. Flrat National Bank-Adr. W44 fl irSrte) tiK aaaaaaaayPaaVraaMaaaaaJ-t, --O" " I BASEBALL I TEXAS LEAGUE. At Dallas. B.B.E. .. .. .A. A Shreyeport ..000 010 0001 0 Baitenes ltmumm, mj - . . Sare-zeport, Napled and Wallace. Road rarskO. Jt- V TVaiu- ; tee i s x Battenea 1aii.a nuaa.. . 8bmport Yann and Wllaon. At Houston. m "- r " Hooaton 100-000 00O 1 7 . Battnea rlooston. Latue am .-"i -eoaton. Kroh and O'Brien. Seecond game. . - OajTestoa ,w TV.. Batteries Houston. Baachan and Green barg: Galeeaton. Wahlbaaer and O Brian. USSmm- 0.1 110 OO 1 1 Sin Antonio ... 0 010 00- 10 1 Batteries Beavmont xayior. aaarun Bream. San Antonio. Stewart and Qlheon- Second game. B. H. E. Beaumont II? K? tZl J a San Antomo . . . ! 001 01 7 0 Batterlea Beaomant Schneider and Strange. Beaamoat. Darenport anal E. JohiiaFon. . At Fort Iforth. R. H. E. yort Worth 000 001 I 1 1 Wichita Fall. Ml Ml MO 1 7 0 Batteriea Fort Worth. Wacstol aad Ha-worta- Wichita Falla, Baaeh and Kltchena. RAe4iAd a-aaae. R. K. S. Fort Worta OM Ml 1 J 4 Wichita Fart. M 014 00 14 BaUertea Fort Worth. Joins and Moore; Wichita Falls, Eberaardt and Walt. COAST LEAOUE. At Seattle. B. H. E. Vernon 02 Eeattl- 4 11 1 Batteries: Vernon. Seaallwoed and De Termer; Seattle. Brentos. Dearit and Adams. Baldwin. Second game. R. H. E. Veraon ill Seattle a T 3 Batterlea Vernon. Mitchell aad Ascock; Seattle. Schorr aad Baldwin. At San lraneisoo. B.7LE. Salt Lake City 115 San Fraadeeo 4 11 1 Batteries: Salt Lake City, Roller and By-ler- San raB-tece, Jordan aad Agaew. Morah-c game. R. H. E. Salt Lake Ctty 3 I 1 Sen Flandoeo ........ 13 1 Batteriea Salt Lake City, Brecaley and Jenkins; Saa Francisco, MoQaaJd and Telle. At PertUad. B. B. E. Oakhud 3 Portland 11: 1 Batteries: Ooktaad. Ereaaer aad Dor man: Portland. XaOk-, tUaater aad Toata. Aftornooa gaase. R. H. E, Oakaaad 3(1 Perttarid ...M 010 Batterlea: Oakteata. Adett aad Mtue: Forttoa-LPolsoa aad Toots. At Loa Aacetea. R. H. E. Saeraraento 3 0 1 Los Angeles . 4 1 1 Batteries: Sacraaaoato, Kantz. Snook and -1 " lUCW ftlO T IHQAim "? laaaal Cook. Lea Angelas, Keating and Bassler. Second game. B. B. et Sacramento " Los Angele. ....-" . ' ' Batteries Cfacranient-i. ti-i ." -. . Lee Angetea, Aldrldge, Hughes and Lapaa. WESTEKN LEAGUE. Wichita. 4-11; Jepltn. 1-t St Joseph. 7-4, Omaha, 3-L Oklahoma Ctty. J-. Tnlsa. 3-t. Sloax City, I, Des Moines, 10. First game postponed, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Toledo. 3-S: Commbas. 4-s. 8t Paul. S-4; MlnneapeHsu 1-10. Kansas City, (-11: Mllwaakee, -l-LosisTtUe. 3-1; IndlanapoHa, 4-t. Fast Carrhozo Team Is Victor e.Hf,A,n -? -i.r 7nlv R fa.ttirda-f. Jnly 3. at Noral. N. JL. Carrtzosos fast baseball team defeated the Am bulance company No. 10 team from Port Bliss. The pitching of Norman and batting; of Kelly featured. The score: Carrlioxo, 8. Ambulance com pany. 0. Batteries: carniozo. Gorman and Norman, Fort Bliss. Rice and Tlca. Carriiozo made eisht bits. Sonday, Jnly 4. at Carrtxozo. N 34, Carrizozo again worateu tuo awum A. L, ",T7', n . foaBgjggl rga.a-P.es.w.a...u3JLssBTa mmnmBmmnBOS J7ie Goodrich Adjustment "Baits: Silvertown . ... a.w .av& nf t. m 1 lance cvnii'aaf ""J .w, v w. .. w - Dolan, who pitched for CarrUoso. pitched a abut out game, allowing only three hits, while Carrlzoio made 17 hits off three pitchers. Batterlea Carrizoxo. Dolan and Wilcox. Fort Buss company, BUBBarau-t, ,;. Gwln and Tlce. Tommy Milton Wins Speedway -arr. -V Inlv C .rAi-nrrtV MIHon. reellDE off 335 .miles in 3 hours. 33 minutes and 2S seconds, won the ninth annual speedway auto- -. .. m . "0isrA.-..oVA w. 4. wa.e---osilka-mwe moDue race ntsrw Mvawtvr :" iT ?. ""5. ". "S. " ""i tracks 1 a race of more than lOO miles. Me won tne ex. wv-- airo. y -. Mulford was second and the other drivers finished In this order Hearn. Klein. Sarlea, Murphy. Gaston Chevro let ana uuonaeii. jt , .. oils race on Memorial day. had motor trouble. Ralph de Palms was the vieum ox oa juck eui oajt. '. French car was unable to start the Wa. oOojI laa vaaaa. T-naliHaxl n race n - ou ." ' -.-- car of Eddie Killer, but was forced to quit en aceo-aai ox engiae uuwyitj. Sell (Ml Stock to Corliss Co Adtf N the same road with vour new Silvertown Cord 9i rei, you -will also find a lot of the Silvertown Cords of last year,, and the year before, still delivering he miles. Goodrich olive tAmericas.Eirst .Cord.Tirb ...... -.- v ociTs ''C S-nT7T .. 1- a -4- Tnr TrlM tW4d. uled 10-round bout between Lee Mor- rlssy of ldano rans, utu ." Nelson, of El Paso, was stopped at the end of the seventh when Nelson was fouled by his opponent Monday ... .e.e lunlles .n lela-LaO and his face was beaten to a pulp Nelson weighed 125 and Korrtasy M0 -o.-r.-r . a TTATM ZTC saai-l XTr.rjATrf r ULal- HUB UI IVVsW eataaa. o-.-a---.. supplies at Gandara's. Adv. USED FIFTY YEARS CLEARS SKIN AT ALL DRUGGISTS I' - rtown CordsSooo Elites j FabricTires 6000 2iiles 'THE strength of j-o-rr eyt 1 muscles mar have increased or decreased duTing the past two years and yon should ascertain the facts. Our optometrist, sUHed in his profession, can tell by the proper scientific tests whether job need "older" lenses, "yeuBger" lenses or If yon can begin to discard glasses. Onr low prices are no irMDeation of the aig profeesMaal character of our work. DR. WARMER. D. O. Byealsht Specialist with E.W.KING & CO. Jewelers, Wntehmakera. Opticians. 211 Texas St. Phono 53 Sucre- to Curtis at Klajr. L J. OVERLOOK. BROKER PRIVATE LEAKED WIRE t orrv.pwadr.ta Logan Jt Bryaat, Caleace, Keie Tork. Palae. Webber ot Cow Bes loa, Dalatk. SIT North Oregon St. Phono 2451 St Recto Hotel. STATE NATIONAL BANK Capital, S.rplo. Profltn XSoxeaos. Interest Paid on Savings Aeraaata. C, R. Horeaead. Prealdent. Joseph Maarotr'a, I Iro-Prrefdeat, C. . Baaaett. Vlce-Prealdnit. Geors:. IX Flory. VlcePrraldent. R. W McAfee, flakier C. M- Sebeker. taat Cashier.