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IV IS LOSE TO HUHNEHS-UP S' Louts, Mo, July It. SL Louie coatd to nctvnir .witu Marqoard after the Srat nirfig hen Jaavrln tripled and cored 3a bji out, end Brooklyn woo the fonrth riclory out of fire games played here Sua y Dotk's wfidoesa paved the way for the winning ran tn th sixth. Wheat walk ing; aid teoxlna;, after two were oat, on iaie to lert. Brooklyn. JohnstLa. So. Griff! h, rf. . Wheat. If AB R H PO A E . 5 0 1 3 B Mven cf. KontViy, lb. KMdurf. Tb. .. E iott, c Saaryuard. p. . 1 0 4 0 4 1 3 Total St. Lout. Janvrin, If. Sen til ts rf. J Brock lb. 4 Bo mi by, 2b. 4 Fou'mer, lb 4 McHfnry. ct 4 Lvan. sa. 3 "jtmotiF, c. 3 O hoefer, e e Dozk. p 2 Em;th 0 ,s i u rt4 i AB R H PO A E . 4 i a t o i . X 0 Total 11 1 6 37 12 2 Han for demons In eighth. Score by tsalnf. Brooklyn MO 11 00! SL Louis 104 00 1 Two base hit. Konetchy. Three base bit, Janvris. Sacrifice alts. Johnston. KIMaff. Echcltz Doable plays Obvofi, KHdnlf and Sonetchy; Lavas and FaarnJor. Base en bai's. Marqaard, 1 Doak. 3. Strsefcoat, by iLarQuard, 3- Doak. 3. BEDS GET EVEN BREAK. Cincinnati. Ob, July Ht Dasbeffe hesser i the ninth broke a tie scare and rave C ncinoa.il an even break In the series with Boston Sunday. The drive sent la two rimers ahead of Daabert aad all three ra e counted na-r tae new rue. Sallee aid Rudolph were both bit freely. oosiun. au n a. ro a js STANDINGS AKMY-CITI LEAUUE. Won. Lett. Pet. Internatlocals 11 1 -'IT 2oa Supply 7 s Fort BUM - ( Knight f Cetambas 4 .311 tct LEAGUE. Woo. San Antonio 12 Fort Worth IS Sbreroport Wichita Falls s DUa S Beemmeot T QalTwtoa t Houstoa S Cleveland New York . . . Chicago Washington .. Boston St. Loots .... Detroit Philadelphia Loot. K 7 10 11 i: A1TEBICAN LEAGUE. Won. Lost. H (I 4t 37 a 11 2 17 11 15 S7 It M SI Pet. .n .712 .tat .471 .til .tit .111 Pet .Ml .SS .tit .514 .484 .It .tit Where They rlay Tuesday. Chicago at Washi>a. St- Lotlia at Now York. Cleveland at Phlladeiphls. .. Detroit at Boston. J.ATI0XA1. LEAGUE. Brooklyn . Cincinnati St Louts . Chlcsgo . . Pittsburg New York Boston ron. ZjOsL Pet. 4t jit 41 st .tea l 31 .ft St St .414 S .4M St 2 .440 SI SS .41 So 41 .ill owell. cf. t P ck, lb 4 Minn. If. S i--uvaa. rf. 3 Cruise, rf- l KtIk. lb s H citel. lb. 4 Maranvllle, a. S Scwdy, c 1 Kudclph, p. 3 Eayra 1 UcQailleu, p. 1 1 3 1 I 1 0 - Totals 11 3 itt It 'One out when winning rua scored. tEayrs batted tor Rudolph In ninth. Cincinnati Rath. lb. Di-bert, lb. 4 Grofc. tb. 4 Rouen, cf. 4 Duncan. If. S Xeale. rt. 4 F'cking, as. 4 Wmre, c Cran. Sallee. P. S bee 1 EJer, p. 1 AB R H PO A B Totals St t IS 27 11 I Ran Tor Wicgo tn ninth. Score by laftinga. Boston til 1M 1 CiT-innatl leO Ml 1S 4 Two baas Uts. Wtaro, Bee, SaHITan, Boeckel. UaraBTllle. 3. Three base hit. Rouah. Home ma. Danbert. Sacrtflees, raubert. Holke, MaranTtlle. Double plays, Rt:a to Scktnc to panbert. 3: Qroh to Ratb to Danbert; Neale to Danbert; Ha rar.wllo to Hoik; Pick to Holke to Mi raiiTille. Base on balls, Sallee. 3: Eller. 1: Rudo'ph. 1. Inntntrs pitched. Sallee. 7; El-1-r. 1, Rudolph, t; HcQalllen. 1-J. 8traek cat. by Eller, 1; by Rndolph. 1. GtAVTS WAIXOP COBS. At Chlcaro. R. B. T. Kcw York HI Ml lie 3 S 3 Chi'-aro ooi Me eeo j t 3 3atirles- New York. Rafrton and Itin. der, chlcas. Vaughn and Klllefer. Only three gamea sehedeled in Matloaal leacne Sunday. PhflAdntnlif SA unere Tney a-iay anesoay. Bostsn at PHtaharc. Broolrlyn at Chieato, New York at St. LonU. Philadelpela at CInelnsatL COAST 1XAGUE. Won. ost. Pet. Salt Lake. ft SS -1 Vernon It 43 .I4 Lei Asteles 4 4S .Ml San Fraaelseo 4t 47 JsiD Portland -.-. 41 41 JH Seattle 41 t .let Oaklaatt 41 SS .4tt Sacramento 31 S7 .4M Vhere They riay Tae8day. Portland at Salt Lake. Seattle at Sacramento. Yemen at San Franelaeo. Oakland at Loa Asceles. Timely Hitting Scores Victory (Contlaned trom prcrlons pace. McCBltoeb'a Fort Bliss team Satnr- day bnt lost it Dy tno scora of live to nothine:. The two teams showed a bie; improvement in team work and fielding ijooebds maas ms first ap pearaace In the box against .one of the civilian teams and ha certainly showed 'on well. He had the Knights gnessine. Tbe Knight team la sret- tins; back: some or Us old men and will soon have the lineup with which it .startea tne season. Ail teams showed remarkable improvement this weeK. The scores: Internationals. AB B H PO A E Aeesta, If. 0 0 1 Umu. It ............ X 1 0 1 0 0 Chacon, c .............. 3 3 X I I 0 mesa. rr. .........- o 2 o e rjeyve. p. 4 13 110 Arraeadares. ef. .... 5 0 1 S 0 0 Alderete. tb. i 1 1 0 1 1 Chaves, ss. 4 0 1 1 1 S L. Geswz. lb. 4 10 4 3 3 Oonxalez, lb. 5 1 1 1 C rJoa JxiJi 'L-r. H fN Vvt nrrivsj tbe ! K -S tboughtful hostess mt avelcoctet you with lev cold, refrething Ward's B lemon-Crush compan- S ion drink to Oracge- H 2ruh: CooSsgasiesbreeiei H The exckxiifr Wan! process LgV combtacs the delicate cu trom SS freihlyplcked lemons with best sngar and dzrlc add (too B caKnlacidofciiruifaJa.'. Totals Zone Senply. uowan. in. .....h...... Andersen, 3D. .......... 3 Smith, as. .............. S Koke. Sh. 4 o Poasford, rf. 4 Shea. cf. t 3 Reddttt, If. 4 t afaskopf, c 3 t afalnex, p. e I "Dwyer 1 t Crosier, p. 4 .3 7 t 17 13 3 AB B H PO A E . 4 1 3 t 0 0 13 13 0 3 1 3 T 1 1 0 1 0 Close Fight In Major Leagues New Tork. July 12-The half way mark of tbe major league baseball season views a close struggle be tween an eastern and a western club lor tbe leadership of each league. Brooklyn holds a one-game advan tage over Cincinnati In the national while Cleveland though posseseinK no game advantage over New York, has a lead of four points In the American league percentage column. All four teams won Sunday. St. Louis displayed a strong at tack against Chicago but fielded Poorly in the Brooklyn series. Pitts burgh, after holding Cincinnati even, dropped three out of five to Phila delphia. Boston also broke even with Cincinnati In four games. by Doyle, 1: by Fuller. X. Base oa balls, off Fuller. 1; of Coombs, 3. Balk. Coombs. Left on bases. Fort Bibs, 4: Kalshts of Colombo, . UK by pitched bill, by Doye fWeaver). Time of fame, 1:31. Umpires. Ferro and Kaae. KTtTIBGER. MAKES RECORD. Art Krneger of the Joplln team re cently made the remarkable record of getting IS hits In as many times at bat in three games. BASEBALL TEXAS LEAGUE. Seaday Games, At Beaomoat. R. H. E. BeamaoBt M0 oi i 10 1 Houston tee we : 7 1 Batteries: Schneider, Jacobus aad Stana bary; Hotuton, Keck aad Ashworth. At Saa Aatonlo. R. H. E. Saa Aatoalo MS M J 7 S GalTcstoa vwtnMl eM 1 6 Better.: Saa Antoalo. Stewart aad Olb seo; Galveetoa. Oadffer aad O'Brtea. At Wichita Fall. R. H. B. Wichita Fa He ... Me M0 010 012 S 1 Shrereport M0 1M M0 M--1 K 2 Batteries: WlchlU Falls, Zlaa aad Kitch ens: Shreveport. Verboot aad Venn. At Fort Worth. R.H.E. Fort Worth Ml 010 M Z 6 1 Dallas 000 0M 0000 4 0 Batteries: Fort Worth. Whftiker and Moore; pallas. Contey and. Robertson. Second came. R. H. E. Fort Worth OM M J C 0 Dalle eee om 0 0 e 0 Batteries: Fort Worth. Robertson and Ha worth; Dallas, Dander. Conley aad Harktae. Sitarday Games. At DiDxj. IL IL E. Dallas 3M M Ml 4 11 0 WlehiU Falts MS M 0M J t 1 Batteries: DsHae, Dale aad Robertson:' Wichita Falls, SeweU aad Kite hens. Second cmne. R. H. E. Dallas 0M ICO 4 4 Wichita Falls M0 M0 0 0 t 1 Batteries: Dallas, Hashes aad Robert son: Wichita Falls. Wetzel and White. At Hooston. R.H.E. Houston OM 0M 010 01 8 1 San Antonio 010 M0 MO J S 0 Barrerls: Hoestoa. Olefin aad Keyes; San Antonio Davenport and Gibson. At Fort Worth. R.H.E. Fort Worth MO 0M M0 0 S 0 Bhrereport 1M MO M 1 T 0 Batteries: Fort Worth. Wachtel aad H worth: Shreveport. Napier and Vaaa. At BeanmonL R. H. E. Beaomont 010 M 0001 2 2 Galveston Ml 041 010 7 13 0 Batteries: Beaumont. Bailey aad Stans bary; Galveston. Le and O'Brien. COAST LEAGUE, Sunday Games. At Oaklend. R. H. E- Sacrajneato 1 3 1 San Francisco x C X Batfeiies: Sacramnte, Knnz. Jones aad Cook; San Fraaelseo. Love and Telle. At San Francisco Afternoon. R. H. E. Sacramento S 12 1 San Francisco 2 10 1 Batteries: Sacramento, Feaner aad Cody; San Francisco. Lewis and Asuew. At Los Anreles Moraine. R, H. E. Salt Lake City. 4 12 2 Los Aatteles , Z S 0 Batteries: Salt Lake, Baom. Streod. Thanton and Byler; O. Craadag, rerttca and Basel er. Afternoon. R. Kl. E. Salt 'Xalta .city "3 s 0 Lor Aaceles S ( 1 Batteries: Salt Lake, Levrens and By ler; Los Asrelee, AJdrldfe and Lapaa. At Fortlaad. R. H. EL Vernon KOI Portland 4 10 2 Batteries: Yemen. Dell and DeTOrrser; f oruejus, ro&s and. Tootn. Second rame. R. H. E. Veraoa 3 T 0 Portland S 0 Batteries: Vernon. Small wood and Al eock; Portland, Poison and Tobia. At Seattle. R.R.E- Oakland S 12 4 Seattle 7 11 3 Betterleo: Oak!ad. R. Artett. AHeo aad Dormaa: Seattle, Oeary aad Baldwin. Seooad game. R. H. E. Oaklaad ill 1 Seattle 3 1 Batteries: Oakland. BeebHnr and 30 tit; Seattle, Deaaaree aad Adams. AMERICAN ASOCTATIOy. Sunday Games, MlaaeapoUs. 3 Tolede. 0. St. Pant 10; Cohuabas. 4. Kaases City, 2; IxmirvlBe. 3. Milwaukee. 9-1; Indianapolis, 2-3, NEW RBCORD MADE. Sdmonton. Alberta. July 12. Sir Hauehdah!. driving a 20 horsepower car, broke the world's Ave zslle record for a half mile dirt track at the conclusion of the aatomoMle races here Saturday. He covered the distance in 5:15 1-5. The previous record was 5:26 4-5, made at St. Louts two years ago. If You Are Easily Tired Out, Your Blood Needs Purifying Cloggetf.up Impurities TCfll Under mine Tour Health. As summer approaches the Impari ties that have been accumulating In the system throughout the winter begin to clog up the circulation, caus ing a general weakness aad debili tated condition that is generally known as "Summer Sickness." The first symptoms are usually a loss of appetite, followed by a gradu ally lessening of energy, the system becomes weaker day by day. until you feel yourself oa the verge of a breakdown. Children Just at this season are peevish and Irritable, and become puny and lifeless. This whole condition Is hut the result of Imparities in the blood that have been aeeumaUtlBi" and make themselves felt mere distinctly with the ehanga of season. They show that nature needs assistance tn giv ing the system a general housecieaa. log. Nearly everybody Just now needs a few battles of S. S. &. the great vege table blood remedy, to cleanse oat all hapsrtties. It Is good tor the chil dren, for It gives them new strength and puts their system la condition so they can more easily resist the many aihaeats so prevalent In sum mer. S. S. S. la without an equal as genera tonic and system bonder. It tmproves the appetite and gfrea new strength aad vitality to both old and youag. Full information and valuable literature can be bad try writing to Swift Specific Co, tW Swift Labora tory. Atlanta Ga. Adv. Use Herald Want Ads For Sure Results mWSBBmEKmWmKf & vBl J ssaaBssSLsaaBSaBaSl Ml aaaSataaaSssaSSBaeaBSSBIr StL 9M a BDaUBssBBataBBBVatasB SfMSVSjsBRpssannnBnW jft0n u lAxy ni BsBSaBWaCISnBaBaBaBaH aaaBaaaaaaayKBBIKSaSBTJeA SJt5s-aB W SbSSsBsSbSbSbSbSj 0 0 1 1 0 I 0 0 0 0 t 0 1 0 t t 1 t Totals ....... fit 37 11 X Batted for Reddttt is stath, . Score ay tanincs. XBteraatteaels e: 010 OCt 7 Zone Supply 010 110 1825 StAlea bases. Lacunas. Eeertftee hits. Anderses. 1; Peaetord. Two base blta. Gen sales, Lyva. 3; shea, rcskspfc 3: Araen dares. Three baa hit. Shea. Double plays. Andersen to Seatth to Gowan; Gonxalex to Chacon. 8tniekoet, by CrerJer. St by jjsjyro. 4. wt oase oa cans, ozz AlMnes. a; off Crosier, 3; off Leyva, 2. Left on baaes. lataraatioaala. I Zone 6nppiy. 10. Bit by pitched bait, Leyva (Soke); Malaes (Cha con); Crosier (Ooezaiez. 3). Wild pstebea, Xalaex, 3; Creator. 3. Tim. of game, 3:tt. Umpires. Kace and Ferro. Fort BUsa. AB R H PO A E Wearer, cf. ,.... 3 3 110 Crawtord, If. 3 0 0 0 S Trautmaa, rf. ......... 10 2 10 0 Whits. 3b. 4 13 3 3 0 Bosh, c 4 1 1 14 1 Wlzgate. as. 4 13 0 1 Hamilton, 3b. ...- 4301 Peoples, lb. 4 0 0 8 0 1 Coombs, p. 4 0 0 0 3 t Totals .31 t 1111 t 1 Carberry out for rnnrlny gout of una. K. ot C. ABRHPOAE Adkins. If. 4130 Cunningham, rC 3000 Fuller, ef-p. 4 0 14 4 0 Brown, as. 4 0 2 3 10 R. Carberry, 3b. 3 0 14 10 Titus, lb. 4 004 Bunson. lb. 1 0 0 10 o Barrtna, a. 3 042 Doyle, p. e o 0 2 Banter, cf- , 20100 Totals IS 0 S 37 14 "o Score by tunings. Fort BUsa Itj Mi fre t Knights of Columbus 0M Ml t Stolen base,, Weaver, R Carberry. 2. Sacrifice hits. Crawford, Coaningham. B. Carberry. Two base hits. Trautmaa. White, Bush. Three base hit. Wtngate. DoeMe pliyPll.1!CT.t1.E- Carberry. Htta and ruaa. oK Doyle, t hits aad S runs In S 1-3 In nings; off Fuller, 4 hits and 2 runs to 3-2 Innings, struekoat. by Coombs, 14: Hogwallow Locate By DLNK BOTTS. 'irV lempi iemoa VWhfiflk lEMON separed by OraBg..Cnuh Ca. r1 tr Zaacratoryt Los Angeles SaJforfiloc&."THStorrorOraiCraX end Jaionrwa" Bottled !n El f.so by TKI-STATE BE1ERAGE CO. Fboae dsoo. gteveaa & Fmtaa sts. THE engiaeer And confinctor oa tie TickvUl train are being censured en account of tie noise tie engine mikes while passing through the Calf Ribs neighborhood. Mrs. Tobe Mose ley says titer tie train passes each week she donbta if half oi the eggs in the coiamanity will hatch, g g n Clab Hancock tays one of the embar rassing things of life is for a person to boldly walk tip to the postoffice window and tall for a ttazap and then find that he hasn't enongh money to pay for it. w 3? sV Clab Hancock says lot of editorials in the paper are only ink deep. What Franklin owners tell you about their cars it not the enthusiasm of inexperienced motorists. Nearly 95 of all Franklin owners have previously owned other cars, and they know what they arc talking about. W2 e r KAJN rvLl N 20 miles to the gallon of gasoline 12,500 miles to the set of tires S0 slower yearly depreciation National Averages) These are the owners' averages that have made the name Franklin syn onymous with motoring economy the country over. 80 increase in procfyction, 150 increase in demand these figures show what motorists think of the rest of the Franklin story: Comfort over- all roads Reliability that never varies Most miles per day Franklin Motor Car Albuquerque, New Mexico. 4th St. at Copper. BvCe) I El Paso, Texas. 1 365-57 Myrtle Ave. 1 ill LEO J. TR0ST, Owner.