El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 2, Friday, October 10, 1913 Page: 1 of 9
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tart IS ONLY
PRICE OF THIS
Chief Bender Began
Climax Is Reached in Contest
Between President and
INTENDS OraUiG CONGRESS
Several Hundred Other Person Are In-
side the Building and Serious Trouble
By the Associated Press.
Mexico City Oct. 10.
surrounded by Federal troops
Others are inside the building.
Huerta intends to dissolve the
The Chamber of Deputies
body of the Mexican Congress
las a large number of Liberals
ith the present government.
The House of Deputies besides the liberal contingent
jntains a number of clericals who style themselves the
Catholic party and also a section which backs up Presi
dent Huerta in all of his desires and aspirations. The lib
ráis have threatened to vote to
President Huerta for October 26 and it is supposed
jni the dispatch quoted above that General Huerta had
reatened to dissolve the Congress in order to prevent
Ming Is The
of a Misunderstanding
Junta in El Paso Hem That Chao by Clever Rum
Escaped to Jimenez Where He Still hv Federal Force
Rest at Santa Roaalia Rumor Castro Was Killed.
The latest version of the
brought to Constitutionalist headquarters in El Paso
hat mistaking their own
ture the federal regulars
aent or federal volunteers and killed twenty-three of
before the tnistake was discovered.
ee the Electric Score Board
SjSgSS'S ffii y flffifl Hl0rninj ffiiiBE FIN2laosppMRTS
The Times-First Now el paso texas friday October 10 wis. ' The Times-First Always
The chamber of deputies is
tonight and several hundred
It is reported that President
is the popular law-making
and as at present constituted.
who are not wholly in accord
postpone the elections called
"battle' of Santa Rosalia
men for rebels in the alleged
opened up their cannon on a
Invincible While DemareeWas a Disappointment
Story ot the
By United Piros. 1
flhlhc Park. Hhiladclphls Oct. 10.
Wliin It K nmiouiM i i that Chief
Bender would pitch for the Athletic
tin-re wan n shunt of glee went up
mm the thousand of Philadelphia
fans who thronged the park. It wan
generally believed that Mack would
risk the fortunen of the fourth game
un one of hi- youngsters atnoe he had
u game to the advautage.
The chief showed wonderful speed
and control In wanning up.
The 4iaut supporters gave Dem-
arre a cheer as he wns announced.
From the start It waa a pitcher
duel. The chief kept his ball close
to the plate nnd allowed hut one nil
In ire first three Innlu ;-. McLean
making the safety alter Murray bad
I 1 ThV UUUU UBBtoHfpfmHGHrit
ÍltlTal appearance as they took the
i' hi HnoAgrasa llntpcd out to cen-
ter but was unable to field hla post-
tlni. Had a fast man been In the
Irosltlnn he could liave fielded Mc-
lnnls' two-bagger. He was soon re-
placed by Mutter who had been play
lug third Hersog assuming the hag.
Berna rr 6 weakened badly In the
fourth tltc Athletic securing four
hits fur a total of three runs Htrunk
and O Idling nude their second hits of
the game In the fourth.
Mttrquard went In to pitch In the
lust or the fifth Inning relieving the
recruit v. hose brilliant work darlas:
the setiMin lead New York supporters
to believe that he could defeat the
slugtUng Athletics. Home Hun Baker
was the find man up after Marquar.l
took his place on the mound ami he
fnrtnod to the great dLsnpolnt ment-
or tltc BhlladriphlaitH In the grand
atands and on the bleacher and to
tlie Joy of the New York contingent
which cheered the 'Rube" to the
echo but the cheers were changed fo
groans as Htrunk and Barry suorod
on Hchanc single.
Until the seventh liming Bender had
only i . weii two hits and both of
Otese were made by Larry McLean
who gave way to Wilson In the fifth
Inning. The other (slant hatters
seemed powerless before the varied
asfeortmrut of puuilng curve Umt
the Indian shot over the plate. But
twenty-one men faced lum In the
first six Innings.
The hplrlts of the Xew Yorker fook
a turn upward In the seventh when
Merklc drove out .a home run acor-
tug Murray and Burns cutting the
Athletics' lead from t to 0 to to 3.
Barry was the star slugger of the
Alltleik's In Ids first three times at
Giant.. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Atheletica. AB. R. H. O A F
SSEl::: i S ? i S S mm.... 4 . . . .
Doyle 2b 4 0 0 2 4 0 Oldring If . . . 4 0 2 2 0 0
Fletcher ss. .. 4 1 0 2 0 0 .
Burns If 3 1 2 2 0 0 Collins 2b. . 4 0 0 3 3 0
Shafer 3b.-cf. 3 1110 0 Baker 3b. .. 4 0 0 2 0 1
Murray rf . . . 2 1 1 2 0 0
McLean c... 2 0 2 1 0 1 Mclnnis lb. . 4 1 18 0 0
Merkle lb.. 3 119 11 Sbvnk cf . . . 2 2 1 3 0 0
Demaree p . . 1 0 0 0 1 0 w
M&rquard p . . 1 0 0 0 2 0 Barry ss 4 2 3 2 2 0
Wilson c . . . 1 0 0 1 1 0 i 9 c i a
x Cooper .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sehang' c 2 1 2 6 1 0
xx McCormick. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Bender p 3 0 0 0 3 0
xxx Crandall ..1 0 0 0 0 0
xxxx Grant ...100000
Totals 31 5 8 24 10 2 Totals 31 6 9 27 9 1
Score by Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II R. H. E.
NEW YORK ...000 0' 0032 0-xx-582
READ THE MORNING
FOB 8TORIK8 OK TRKHK
WRITTEN By CHRIRTY
MATHEWSON EDDIK COL.
MN8 111 (.11 i i i.i i liKiN
ANO THE BTAIUS OP THE
ss M I VI I I I'KI tW
THE MORNING TIMES
bal he secured two doubles a single
and scored u run.
It was offtctnUy announced that the
paid attendance Is so. san. and the re-
Flrat Half (New York) Snortgrnus
out on a pop fly to Maker Doyle
went out on' a high uno to Strunk.
Barry threw out Fletcher. No runs;
no hits; no errors
8 omi Half (Philadelphia) Mur-
phy filed out to Anodgroes. Oldrlng
shot a long hit Into right field for
three basen. Ho smashed the first
ball pitched. The New York players
gathered around Demaree to encour-
age him. with iCddle Collin- up and a
run likely. The crowd c beared Itself
hog rae. Oemarse's first Pitch to Col-
where Merkle took ÍJolUmV grOHlder
ana in row io .wci-ean. who lourneri
tha runner as he slid Into the plats.
Collins Hole second while Demaree
held the hall ofr a minute. Demaree
threw to Merkle whose throw to sec-
ond waa too ltr to catch Collins
Huker out on high foul to
runs; one hit: no errors.
First Half (-New York) Bender
worked carefully and slowly. He had
good speed and kept the hall on the
corner of the plate. Burns filed out
to Ittclnnls. Shafer fanned Bender
finding" his weak spot by keeping the
ball around fihafer'a neck. Murray
hit by a pitched hall and went to first
muttering at the offender. Mrlwan
singled to right sending Murray to
third. Merkle fouled out to Mclnnls.
who took the hall over near (lie
Olants' bench. No runs; orto hit; no
Second Half (Philadelphia) Me-
Tnnls got a Texas leaguer to center
which the limping Hnudgrass could
not reach It was a luck hit for Mc-
lnnls. Htrunk out. Haerlflced Dema-
rre jlo Merkle. Demuree used a slow
drop ball on 'the outside of the plate.
Merkle dropped Harry's foul after n
good run. The official scorer gave
It as an error. Mclnnls scored on
Barry's long two-bagger to left. Bar-
ry cluimed that Merkle Interfered
with him as he rounded first base but
the claim waa not allowed Ho hang
walked after Demaree had (wo
strikes on htm. Bender filed out to
Burns. Murphy fifed outto-8nod-graes.
One run; two hits; one error.
First Half (New York) Demaree
flied out to Murphy who had to run
OVar to the right field foul Une tn
Tonight Cor. Mesa
WEATHER IS IDEAL
Play by Play
take the ball. Hnodgrass out hunt
ing Bender to Mclnnls Doyto Oled
out to Strunk. No runs; no hits; no
Second Half ( Philadelphia) -ller-sog
went but to play third base and
Shafer want to eonter field replacing
F nod grass whose strained ley begun
to bother him again. Demarco tok
Oldrlng's popper and threw him ten
at first. Burna caught Collins' fly
Doyle took care of Baker throwing
him out at first. No runs; no hits; no
First Half (New York) --FlMrher
made vigorous objection when Umpire
Eg an called a strike on Mm. Fletch-
er filed out to Colllna. Burna popped
fly to Baker. Mender iropenred
ave more ''smoke" than terina hts
irst same against the (Hants. lie
broke his curves around the knee
and then rhot fast ones shoulder hllb
across the plate Shafer fanned tor
the second time and angrily threw h:s
bat toward the bench. No rune; no
hits; no errors.'
Second Half Philadelphia.) Doyle
threw out Mclnnls. Deroaree's alow
Imll bothered the batters. Htrunk
bcunood a hit off Jfersbg'n logv Mi -Lean
almost caught Htrunk uif first
by a quick throw to Merkle. Buriy
singled to left and Htrunk took third
on Shafer's throw to catch Htrunk at
third. On Shafer's throw to catch
su unk at third Barry went Co second.
The New York Infield then drew' In.
Htrunk and Barr ymored on Sehnug's
slnile.' Hchang took second on Hhn
f r's throw to the plate to 'catch Bar-
ry. Sehang went to .third on a passed
hall. Sehang scored when Merkle
made a miss out of Bender's groundc.
Murphy popped out to Doyle. nld-
ring singled to center. Bender going
to second. McLean throw out Collins
at f Iret . Th res ru ns ; f nu r h Us; one
First Half (New York) Murirfy
walked. Bender pit chins; four whle
iu I In in succession. McLean got a
sfngh to lienter and Murray went to
third. Oohper ran for Mclean
tic hang almoin gnt Cooper capping off
flrat with a snap throw. Merkle
tanned. McCormick hatted In place
of Demaree. Oldrlng enught McCor-
mlck's fly after a dead run inward the
diamond. It cut ati Hlniont sure hit
and run for New York Cooper out
Mealing. Hchung to Collins. No runs;
ene hit ; no errors.
Hecond Hslf Philadelphia) T'ie
defensive work of the Athletics In the
rifth Inning was simply superh. Mar
ard went In the box for New York
Ready to Make Amends
McGraw Hopes to Break the Hoodoo Today Mack's Men
Say They (the Athletics) Will Take Gaines Today and
Tomorrow and Wind Up the Series.
H CnhrMl lrrss.
Phllsdolphla Pa Oct. 10 (Noon) 1'nder Ideal weather rondltions I hit
fniirüt fíeme off the world's sorle being fought between ihr lamntinT win
tilug teams of the mujor leagues this afternoon al Hhlhe nark. With two
victories to their i !it. thf Athletics have tbn rnlge on the Giants and
lor this rcejMin are rvtrciuclj i-on.Udeiu Uu AUtyr viU unnaa. Uie fourth
game- Sha WlAd the series op Ralnrday.
lVaUahig this Mcllraw held a roitfervnee with drls idavwrs thlt nmrti-
Ing and nun in il them In their work. 'I he c rippled elnh ! niaklna n gal-
lant fight for fho eliamplfnmhlp hut the hnndlrup hnr hurl umeh to do with
tholr Wfibhllng al imelal moments.. Meyers' being otit of the lineup ha
proven a serious mm bock to the hopes of the tJtanlM supM)rters. He was
the plvdt of the batter. Melsnii I- a good backstop hut fur rom being
the fliil-died player the Mission Imlhiu Is. Then the crippled enmlillnii of
Merkle slid Kiiodgrnsn hgs proved a Inri Iter hnndirnp to the Miirawltrs.
rar the AthletlfM hae not hud n niUfftrtune and the team I In fighting
Today' gsnie endn the rereipts for the player. .HeiTafte thf - club
owners will dllde the nMll. The plgyers' rdiare istt counting tiala's receipt-
totals SIUH.XV. Ijm-Ii plttycr will receKe more tlwu .V00
At o'clock this morning 3. 00 pgraona miiiiy or lltcsji winuMi. who
had stood for Maveral hour- In Hue -lurted ut-iidliiK their way lato tito
grouiulH While It wiim botlpved thut Ihnmree nnd Shuukey would witrk
neither Mack nor Mit.ratt would itigko u Mtalemeut unitl the umpire
nude the orrtclsl anuo uncen tent.
As far ns Is known tlie tickets .here hue beeti uell dl-iributx( apd
there In no eihlem-e of a hciiuIuI shch a- I imim h-hi; lne.tltulMt In New
Vork where Mpmtilators bote acquire! thounandh ot ímlce áeutH sutl lire
churgir double uml triple ratew roe lheme The rnrini.--ion irrr Im. kent
a. Hdm tab on spcruhUorn and have n-iuVsl lo mÜ mm- cholcr In
Wilson eHUKbt for New Vork. ileKCl
fanned. Msnjuunl kept the hall ua
the fur cttrner ot the plato uml verv
low for Baker Mnruuard thmw out
Melunls. I m id losl roll t rol sad
B trunk waikni a rodr pitched ball.
Itarry got a two-lmso hit thru nit go-
ing to tli Int. Burns uutdo a gallant
try far lhi hnll on the ran. hat he
overran it. titnnk and Berry ecortol
on Bcnang's single to enter. The
Athletic fans t ried derisively "I'ut In
a Hatty." Maniuard threw ant Hin-
der. Two rniiM two hitH no error.
First Hall i N-w Vork- Berry
threiv oai Hersog Doyle heat the
ulr ilcjouely ana went out -n strlkss
As Kin 1 1 her rwtae to the piule Ii"
okliii;l mude a mothm In hit I mplle
r.gan on i hi- lun k or t he head híiii
hlM hat. Kleteher out nn a fly in
Htrunk No runsj no hits; no errors
Heeond Half t Philadelphia I hm
tossed out Murphy at first. oidntii;
struck out V'llfoti throwing him on.
at first. Collins popped oat to
Kleteher No runs: no hits; no er-
rors. Hevcuth Inning.
First Half New York) Burn
mi rstehed an infli hi lilt It w hi Ihn
itlsnts' third hit of the gumr-. Hhudr
Mi. -1 mil to Outline. M urray iinKled
in isft Burns going to sacond. Wit-
soti strui'k out. and Hums nnd Mm -lav
executed a double steal. Ilak r
dropped Hihtiug's I'l'.. to eateh
Hi. r ns wlnn the douhlu steal wh.i
made. Burns and Murray and Merkh-
senred when Merkle drove the boh
Into the left field btoac hers for a
home ran. H ndtr threw nui m
nnard. Ttirer runs three bits; une
Heeond Half I Phtladeluhts Halt -r
out on a fly to Hersog M lot
f r.u hd out in Hersog I oylo throw
otii Ktiunk. No runs; no hits no rr
I ighth Inrilng.
First Half (New York Ifergog
singled to left. Hersog was forced
ui second when Collins took Doyle's
grounder and d to Harry. Doyle
Mas forned at second hen Bundei
tool Fletcher's bol spiash nnd tossed
to i'ii' It waa a good stop by Hin-
der and shut off a hit. Fleu-bsr
scored on Burns' double to I aft..
Turns scored on Rhsfer's Ihrue-baae.
hit to right. The Oíante were hitting
savagely. Bender upp4-uri)d to bo
tiring foil Ins threw out Murray-
Two runs; three bile; no errors.
THE PRICE OF THIS
PAPER IS ONLY
ALL THE DAY'S NEWS!
Beoond Half I riillnilsAjjle) Hsu
flli'd ..ni 1 1 1 Murrti. Hehang walked.
Hr-nder filed mil to Murray. Hchung
was f'iret d at feeund when I ' i lonk
Murphy's ground) r and t)tmhed acc-
ond. N runs; if hits; no rrroru.
FlrsJ Mull (New 1 1 -fraudall
hut l 'Ml In pliiee tit WllHon. CollllW
threw out Cruittlrtll. Merkle flind wot
ta Murphy: tlrunt butted for Mar
guard. sulk ih atrlks two two
I.uIIh. foal hull hall ihr-; Llrani
I fouled out Holt hik AthlethH v.n.
Si MM A ItV l THr: (ÍAMK.
laiiihK - I'll' ! I. y l iauiet ay
Moruuiirtl; '' Hem'r
II. an- run. M.-iklr
I tuns made off l to merer Pi otf
Mm. Hard J lilts uppol'tlulied off
I i ii ai . i- 7 . oif M tr.itard 2. Two
basu lilt. Uarr; . Uuriu I. Thraa-
ha.-i- ti i i i. ti'drinv. Chafer. tdeu
huava i.'iilllrun. Hbaier Murruy. Hue
rifles bits fit I unk. Kiruek vat. by
Kinder 6; by Mariuurd 1. IIunc on
hulls tiy Ui aiaree I; by Hender 1.
by Murquuril t. I'aaaed halls by Mc-
x i tun r r Mi Lturi In sixth.
a Batted lor i tomares ta fifth
XJt lhiti"d for WiItKc.
MORE TROUBLE IN
SIGHT AT LUDLOW.
B) I lilted I i -
Trinidad Coo tHt. 10. -A renewal
I of the battle of yesterday at Ludlow
bv Mt iikt-rs is expected taduy. The
sheriff ut Ludlow Is charged with Ig-
noring demsndM mads on him by
eltixens and win kmn for protectlou.
tine man wun killed and threw
Htitki-r were m-rlously Injured In yes-
Coroner Hlpu is htddlng the oody of
&1att ln well the unionist who waa
killed yeatcrday. The union will take
harge of the hody and the funeral
has la-m announced far l$t)nduy. A
log demonstration by the union meu
is expected tp laks place during th')
fun- ral. .
Cyclone Fatal to Three.
Lincoln Neb. Oct. 10. Three per
soiw were killed ánd several were In-
jured ut Chumbera. Neb. in yealer
day'e cyclone which swept the state
of Nebraska tfevernl persons were
injured by the cyclone at Broken
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