El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 9, 1914 Page: 4 of 12
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Wednesday Sept. 9. 1914.
SI PASO MORNING TIMES
Brave Defeat Giants
and Are Now Leading
the National League
T. H. SduMidaa
2 TremendoiM Crowd
Watched Came on
Times Electric Board.
BRAVES DEFEATED WALTER JOHNSON
GIANTS IN THIRD DRIVEN FROM BOX
MUI MAKE IT TWO OUT OV TttRKK
111 III 1 1 IM. OUST PirCMUS HARD
mrf.tmv itara Three Plleaen In Krrarl to
sum the Tlee while Jim's. Theugn
Wild Wis Pricllcally I nblltablr.
Hew York ..
81. I ...
Cincinnati . .
atiilktich make twelve tut o
mrator ntaii in thru and ove-
Mil. Vnunflsfrr. Blank Them as Uln
Ulf Osnir. 2 lo t While Red Sot
Win I mm Yaakeet mid
Tigers Fres) Box.
AMERICAN I.I.ACI E.
Wham They Flay loiey.
Philadelphia at Hnston.
Chicago al Pittabuitfb.
Brooklyn at .New York.
(Only Hire (antea ached uled.)
Bu Timet Special Ctrrcipondtnt
Boston sept. S. -Before a wildly cheering
erowd or firteen thousand people Ihe Bravos
this afternoon ntada It wo oat or tinea
tn the serle with the Olenlt in th
battle lor tuu leadership of the league and
tonight are leading the race by a ruU genu'
the second time within the put week
Ihty have been 00 top.
The Braves were on a hitting rampage
today and they slammed the curvea ol
three or the Olants' pitchers hard and
orten while Bllle James although very wild
was practically unliittaOlr. the llanta get-
ting hut tinco sare blows orr hit delivery
and scoring two or their runs on passed
ball and a double steal cleverly execu-
ted by Dovle and Burna.
The DravVs started right after Marmmrd
in the riret inning hut only managed to
score a single run and this from a runner
belna- rorced In alter having the base
rilled twice.. However they kept up their
attack on him vigorously throughout tno
tnu- minim - ho remained unuii t tin inunml
and then treated Kromme and WlHse in
like raahlon. The Bravea got at least on
hit in every Inning.
Boiti James and Mlrquird had terrific
sitfrd rrom me atari out ipo stoaion sawni-
er appeased to have the bigger hop 10
hi rast one and grw better aa the game
nroarosscd. while Mlrnuard appeared un
able to harrie his opponents jamns gave
i r hi. oven bases oti bullí Willi cither
none or bul óne wan out yet the uiant
could not get tut .runners arouna.
Both teams Deldcd In sensational .fashion
the. Boston mrield putting up a apeolacuiar
game and twice cutting In . With doulilo
plays that took tho heart out or we mam at-
tack while n ii i ii.' throw lo the plate doub
ling UOWdy when he tried to acoro rrom
second on James' single to right the throw
coming light on a line to atcl.een who
tarreo uowdy sliding in was the Maiding
Jnhnnv F.vers carried otr the batting lion
ors or the afternoon by hilling safely hla
first three times up. The laat half of the
hatttnir inter old the heavy work how
ever each of the last four getting two hits
apiece sunn hit the renca wttn a un
drive in the eighth Inning the ball travel
tna with such terrific rorca that It re
bounded back all lite way to the shortstop
who throw to dram uttd smith was caught
mine mi. Hunt Had the hall traveled a lit
tle higher It would eaally have gone ovot
the wall ror a home run
' Litan. ...
st. i.oula ..
Mn eland ..
Standing of the ciuha.
won. l ost. Pel.
Where They Play Today.
Botton at Philadelphia.
New York at Washington.
(Only two scheduled).
ni the Asésetele' Press
Washington Sept. 8. Washington and
Philadelphia divided a double header the
home team taking the first game
and the visitors winning the second game
Philadelphia drove Johnson from the bm
In the fourth Inning of the serohd game.
twelve hita navin neon made orr his de
Score: rirt gama) It. II. B
Philadelphia ooo (too non o o I
Washington too 000 101 5
naileries: Btisn and schang; Shaw anc
Two hiise hits natter. Collins fjannl
Moeller. Three hasc lilts. Milan Mitchell
Doulilo nliw. Maker to Collins to MctflOtfl
rogier (tinasaiiied) : M rumio to Morcan to
Oenrlll. Bases on balls off Bush 2. off
Rhsw 3. struck out by muw 'J by Husn t.
Umnlres. tlllderhrand and O'Laughlln.
Score (Hecond game) It. It. E.
Philadelnhla rw 700 000 o m t
Washington 010 tot not 4 10 9
Hatterlea: Wycknrr and schang: jonn-
ann. Harper Stevens anil Henry Williams
Two base h u ptrunk. lUkor. mta. orr
Johnson It In Inning: orr Harper s
3 3-g innlnga; orr fttevens 9 In 9 in
nings. Double playt Barry to Mrlnnls
Foster to Morgan; Mnrmn to mcnrino.
Struck out. hy Wyoknff r by Johnson t:
by Harper ti Umpires O'Loughlln end
I Hicr. IJ While 8ei 1.
) tin Atoelated Press
Detroit Sept. . "itube" Oldham a re-
cruit adulhpaw pitched Detroit to a 3 lo
j i.... . ! . Iniliv Siolth.r team
scored after the second Inning.
Score: it. ii. b.
Chicago wo ooo oooi o 1
Detroit ltowwtaix w u
Batteries: Clcotto and nenam; imitiam
Tnreo base lilt iitirns; airtiiK nus uy
Clcotte 3. by oldbam 4. Vim -. Efsn
HetJ sot. I Yankeet f.
By the Attoclated Prtu
New York Sept. g. Boston wound tip Its
short arries here today with a Í to 5 vic-
tory over New York.
SCdre: n. II. K.
notion too toi oioo n
teams or old competed of atart were not
any greater than f note or today even it
some or the names sound bigger. Mana-
gers ire paid higher aalarles now tnd thty
endeavor to build machines. Whan the
players on a team til get to thinking ror
them. .-ti e the chances 4re thty will also
rt to thinking about themselves wnen
rust catne Into the Mague tu Phila-
delphia club had such tara at l.ajole. Dele
hsnty. etc. yet this great team did not have
the trricieniy or some of the ciuba in the
ccond division today. Every omt or them
wis looking out tor hit old billing avtftga
and it was not ill for the team. You see
I have tii '-o m hasetltll for s oerlud that
covers both types of playera
in a minor ague i once hail a .-atener
tipping the i -liters off lo the sign i te. ne
wat alvina me for fear that l wemd dis
place tome fading velaran twlrler who was
a crony ot too t atener g. And men lie got
anra at me because I crossed htm up on Till
algnsls and did not pilch whit be rilled
ror. He was not playing for hit club but
ror himself and Ills mends.
Mnlraw iki. triad glvlnr hla nlavera free.
doin to think only one linee he came to
the. Ulanis and that on dot SO l.itsrougtlly
convinced him that til scheme was s fall-
tire that he has done all the directing Mm-
..en ever sun. ins oii-repeatea slogan
"You do what i tell you and ir thina-t go
wrung I'll lake the blame."
Afier hie cluh had Won lb world's cham-
pionship in iG3 "Mae1' thought he hid
lot or seasoned men. like Úllbert Paulen
Mciisnn. i" .ph. etc. and that he would
lei mem decide when liiey honld laorl-
rice or hit nr try to steti. The plan wat
an titter failure because every man on the
ruin thought ne snew u an ana was look.nt
THE TIMES ELECTRIC
SCORE BOARD IS
naasH or personal aenaativentaa 1
can be played upon by opponenta un
tot hla "goat1 Many men have
hounded out of the big leagues In jut
cOraw used rifiecn licit in n errort to ";;k ;.sno ism nno-s a
retain a hoir Mid Upon fust place nut i nu utl(.rlos. (iierr .shorn and Thorc
rciriion eni' iii ibiiu u
his irgiilnrs ill three or his pinch iimurs
railing uilserahly Donlln. ending the game
when he baited for Willi and hit double
The crowd grew wildly enthusiastic alter
the last man had been retired and crowd-
ed upon the neld and attempted to rtrry
the local playera on thai- ahouldera trom
the field. The lortli start I four gime
aeries with Philadelphia while the tilinta
return to the polo grounds ror a aerlei
Muran cr a i
Evert tb I 1
Cathts. ir . t
Connolly. If i..t 0
Hmfth. 3h 6 0
Uuwoy e '
Jumes p 5 1
Snod grasa cr
Ruins. IT. rt.
Merkle. lb. ..
Bescher cf. ...
McLean r. ...
rrotrune p. ..
R. H-U. A. K
egg .Shore and Thomas
Carrlgan; Usher Warliop and Niinainaker.
Two niao nits Janvrin. iturizei miiiich.
Nuntmikei' Throe base lilts Peckinpsugh
llarttel. Home run Lewis. Double plays.
Peckinpsugh (unassisted); Shore to Scott to
llohhtiel. Struck out by Shore : hy
riaher t. Umpires connoly and Chill.
BIG LEAGUE GOSSIP
i o o o-
t! 19 11
3 110 10
.10 0 6
.1 o o A
.0 0 0 0 0 u
.1 0 I) 0 0 u
.1 0 0 0 tf D
.t o o o o u
.98 3 3 34 IS 1
xB.ntrd ror Marnuard in St Ii
xiBatletl for I'romme m 7th.
xixbatied ror Wlltat in vlb.
Hita Ilim llx-
New York its) oiu oto ft
flu 000 Oil (110 I
Summary or game-. Innings pitched by
Marquard. 4; by I romnie 9; ny wtitse x
Buns made otr Narquard. t; orr Fromnie
orr Willie 0. Hita apportioned oif Mar
cltiard. off Fronunr 4; otr Wlltte 9
Two-uiee hits. Smith i.owdy. Jaines
Burns. Three-base hit. Doyle. Stolen baaes
Doyle. Burnt saertrtce hits Moran Mur
ray. Struck out by Junes. 1; by Marquard
Hnse on baila bv James. T: by Mar'
qttard 5; by Wlltse t. left on bates. New
York I; Boston. 10. Double plays. Burnt to
McLean. Smith to Schmidt Kvera
Schmidt. 1. empírea Kiem and Emille.
Cubi. 4i Rei S.
ta the a ocla fed Preaa
Cnicigo. Sept: t A bitting rslly started
by Oood in tbe tenth Innuig. ruuided with
his daring base running when ba scored
rrom second on a altort single to right
arave Uilcago a 4 to y victory over Cttl-
cltuiail in the last game the visitors prey
aere this season.
Score R. H. E
Cincinnati " too wo o a o i
Chicago 10 909 000 11 it I
Batteries: Douglati Ames tnd liotiialei
.Lavender. 7bel and Archer.
Summery Two-base tilt Schulle. Hits
orr Doualats. t m ) I I inning; orr Aim-s
t In a s. ofT Lavender 9 tn 4. Bases on
balls Zabel. 1; Antea. I; Lavender
Struck out Lavender I; Ames. 4. L
. Umpires Hart and Hlgler.
Phlladelpbla. Sept. . Philadelphia made
a clean sweep of the serios wnn Brook-
lyn by winning today's game. Tbe score
vega s lo 4. HeulblCli wis hit hard lo only
one luoing bul in tbe aevcotlt the home
team won the game on two pssaea. a dou-
ble by Mage a sacrifico fly and an error
Score R. H. B.
Brooklyn .. toiowooo t 10 i
Ptniidelphla ta 000 - to
Batteries: Heulbacb and McCarty .Mayer
summary: Two base hits Doom Magee.
Tbree-base hltt Diuberl steugel Double
playa -Stengel to McCarty; Daubert to Kl-
erfeld to Daubert. liases un balls -off
Beuibach. t; Mayer o. struck out-ay
Kuibtch. t: by Dyr. s. Umpiret Qutg-
tay and Bason.
BL Louli Pittsburgh rata.
By CliniSTY MATTHEWBON
the uiants- siar I'lirher.
llisrhnll sharps or the to -cut dsjr talk
about ihe stars or old and decíate that tlte
pliyers in the lilt leagues now do not com
ace Willi I tie ne ii "ii lie o nir id ion or
liriecti veil s nao Then rclerence Is usu
ally made to the Baltimore orioles where
Mctlraw got fnosl of Ida tchoollng. and tno
team winch produced so many stirs.
The trotine un hese nubs wnion aro
always held up ut examples ti tint thny
were rolleclions or Individual iters and
not machines. There were many rast-
intnKeis ami k-reat perioriuera uui Dase
ball was played dirteronily In those days
The i.erihin- how talk a whole lot about
war erriclcncy unit baseball managers talk
aooui team crticiency notn peing udoui
Hie same in mat they are intenued tu ou
lain results. Team orrlrlency wtm pen
nants. and I believe thai a well-riuiM.il
marttlne or ihe present day would beat
most ot tue collections or stars or me last
urn piayei-.. excepi in rare maiinrei
are nut permitted to think ror themselves
they used to do. All the ureal managers
In Hie tame today with oi.u e.tceptlon. do
the thinking rot their clubs. These traders
will tell $uu that they hate to do It that
the big lesguer Would pull too many
"bones ' tr hu were permitted iu decide ror
Idmscir IU various iltuitlons. They muy
right; anyway the recruit wlieh lie
os Into Ihe league. Is not permitted lo
think ror hlmaeU. exreut with onu club.
Thai exception Ii the Athletics.
When "Cutinle Mack sola hold or a
youngster he has that man sit as near him
pussioie on ine ornen ror a period or
i or three years. "Connie" snows Hie
recruit how he does It. and he expects the
uuogsiei io pica up ins system wnen ne
aa assimilated title know ledge and wlm
regultr niece on the team. Mack counts
on flie player following hit ityle. out-
aide of toe Mack school the tendency uow
Ii to develop the thinking bill player.
than once in twenty-five years" declared
Mi-uriw not long ago. "He is the i. -al
player for he combluei ability and Drilnt
Dnderitind. I am not arruine that n it
better to let the player think for hlmrrlf
nui i want to miao the polal IBat the
out ror lilmself. Tb team fell behind. m
1 still reiiicuiher the bawling out Mctlraw
gave the players In the club home when
the schedule was about htlf played. He
com lulled with those remarks
"Hereafter ni tell you what to do tnd
tny man who doos not obey orders will get
a piaster on his piy check."
But the team had gotten out of the rou-
tine tnd "Mac" wia not able to save the
pennant hut tor this (be (hints should
hive had a much better fight ror Hie cham-
plnnship in tour than tnñr did ror there
wai the airoiigih on that club and tbe vet-
eraos had out begun to Slow up.
Mctlraw -.i.vs thit mere arc it lent three
bpnsheadj to every club.- But he is partic-
ularly severo In hi- Judgment. Still the
spri'iaior xvimla mirvel ir he could sit on
lite bench with a amirt manager and listen
to the groat number or pliye a player Ii
culled ror. Stupidity Irritates Mnlraw more
than any oilier railing. If a man on tils
cluh makes a plain mnrr be does not cen-
sure him ror It but if he miases a chance
to get a put out where It would sive a run
or sopieiliing or ibat sort "Mac" does not
slick Inside tbe dictionary to find languigt
to sxpress in opinion or the orfender.
Another thing tint rumet a aman mm-
oger is for a player to hive tome little
xxeskness or permnil sensatlvoiieia which
way. Coveleikle ii lensltive iboul music.
The Olinla were ill aure al the big Pole
alter lie pitched out or his turn when with
tho Philadelphia club In mus and practically
peal us out of the pennani. An old scout
or the Cincinnati club Ttckt" Aslien-
hncii tipped in to tmliato a mart drum
wuoii i.oveiesHie was pllclilng ind he de-
(isied the ion-hinder would quit. We went
urter mm wnn i "rat-atat-tat-tit" the
next season and I don't think bt finished
game against us.
Now some members or the New York
tierlran club have found hla nieaenl ilav
tsesknesa to be the song "Sliver Threads
muug ine uom. two or three ol
xaiiKeos have tod nie ihal lliev iisiica
Coveleikle has been liciten once or twlct
thli season becitiso he hat had the chorus
of tho song hurled at him from the New
York hooch as often and it loud as the
umpires would stand for It. It seems to
worry t.ovriesxie inn tin records Show
thai he has hid small success asralnat tna
Chance club rha story la that he ti no
Caruso when It comes lo singing and that
hit favonio song Is this "Silver Threads."
Ha used lo ii y bird tu render II.
inn niimuers or the uelruil club laugh
I the stnrv. I asked cobb about it when
the Detroit team played III final series of
the season in New York while tbe Ulantt
opened in Brooklyn.
"Nothing lo lt'r replied "Ty." "Home or
the New York hunch started tn sing It on
the bench one day when Coveleikle wn
union a little Dad. He waa laken out but
peony soon Ualdwell had to quit. ioo and
we gavo It to bliu when be walked put our
" 'Darling I im growing Old.
plsyer on the Ulitits it nta under Mo-
tiraw's skin "and lie bawlt inch a man
budly ror it. There was a pitcher on tho
New York club noi so long ago who did
nut like to have his opponents kid htm
aboui nit foci somebody round this out.
mu r ionise ii spread al' over the league.
That pllclicr had Ids lire mule miserable
and h oi iu would keep after him not to
lei it net mm.
"You can stand" on your feet." "Mac
would say. -Viut do you cirb what they
sav auoui moni r
Hut ll got on that pitcher's nerve! it
badly that he wis released lie la dqlui
tx oil in ihe iiiiicm now
ICupyright. im . by tho Wheeler Hyndl
Two large crowds yesterday nw tb
Bonon -New York lam played on tbe
electric aeere board erected By tbe Timet
on Texas street. Etch fiXtf Was watched
with uterett by the fin and cbeera were
given for every hit or play witb Boston
undoubtedly the ravorlte wnn tbe crowd.
In reiponae to the invitation of the tunes
to the fani to pick their own time for
today the Boaton Philadelphia game wat
Ihe choice of tbe majority and this tame
will be l ined on the score board while
the New York-Brooklyn rime will be
megaphoned at tbe end of every Inning or
two. In tins way the rans ctn watch tbe
Beaton- Philadelphia game and at tb tame
time keep lib on the (llanta.
The Phlladelpbla team advanced to nrtn
place la tiie standing yesterday by defeat-
ing tno Dodgers and at present la playing
as good bail as any club in the league.
Tbe Phillies boast of tbe heavlett artllleiy
outside or the Mirooein armlet la Cactos
ciavitli Sbprweod Maree. Bella Becker
and i red Luderut these four having
knocked out more home runs this seaeon
litan any entire rluD In either major league
Tbe game will ba played at Huston and
will begin at the uiual.tlmc Corheram or
Cruti hi-r will proliably pitch ror the Braves
with Marshall or Utobenger working for
tbe Philip's. Tbe Idt or replaying tbe
gamo i s o'clock at night ror tbe bvnerit
of the fans who cannot wiinen it In tbe
afternoon appears to have made a decided
bit judging by the site or the crowd laat
Birnt. ana ll win do repeated nauy.
which team do you want to ave nlav
the electric score board tomorrow Boaton
or New York? Vote your choice.
BUILD MIIGHANT MARINE
Covareanent's Policy la tbe Balatlaa Crisis
HBOuia i:e to uiaaiisB rermaneni
TO SPORTING EDITOR
I would prefer to too -...
team play on tho Times Score
OUT HERN LKAOUE.
Slandlno ot the Chita.
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Where They Play Today.
Now Orleans at Chattanooga.
Motitgumery al Memphis.
.Nashville it Birmingham.
Mobile at Atlanta.
Al Mi iulugliam - Hiriiilngham I; Nash
At Atlanta Atlanta t i: Mobile 5-4.
At Memphis Memphis Montgomery
9i isi-ronti game 7 innings ny arree
moot.) x '
Chattanooga-Chattanooga. 8-t: new
Bp Ihe Auaeiaieá Prtu
Washington stept. 8 "Feare are ex
pressed that we will Involve ourselves In
complications with oreat Britain if we buy
ucrman ships." stye i report of tbe mer-
chant marine committee submitted to tho
house todty Klvnomng the Alexander pill
for a eovernment controlled company to
purchase and operate ships.
"TMt may be so tne repon continúes
"this bill does not direct tbe shipping
hoaru to Buy ships of any particular na-
ilon. They nave Ihe widest discretion in
the pun liase or construction of vessels.
We have ho reason io believe they Will act
otherwise than with the grcateit cire in
whatever they do.
"Tbe war In Europe." the report adda.
"bat not only demoralized commerce but
credits as well. However much enter
prising citizens and corporations may wlih
to meet tno demands m tne preaeni emerg-
ency they seem lo be powerless to do
without government aid. Hence the ra-
tional course is to utilise government re-
sources. "Bather than hazard the possibility or
raeunderstandng wth one or more of the
belligerents some would hive us mike no
effort to repair the damage done to our
industrie! end commerce by the European
war or to exercise any of our rights is e
neutral power. We nave rights as neu-
trala aa weal as dntiei to ne oosorvcu."
The report deoiirei the United sttutei now
bat lets thin 1000900 tons or shipping in
the rorelgn trade. ' It points out that
many lines seeking abetter under the
American flag although American owned
mav pats igsln to rorelgn flags after this
crisis ir to their pecuniary advantage it
declares the government'! policy should
ba to build up' tbe merchant marine per
WBBTEBN 1 'KIIKHA I ION 4W MINI. US
le Declared to Be Organisation of Bed 80-
ealiilt In Brier Piled IB Washington.
Btt the Amtetattd Prete
Washington. Sent. 9. "The record amply
Í usuries the copper mine operators In Mlch-
gm in refusing recognition or having any
tning io uo witn tno weitern rrocrainm
or Miners: the congressional commute"
Uought to give utterance courageously and
in no uncertain terms io tne iniin in regañí
to tbe Michigan strike" declares a brier
rued looav wttn tne nnuse mines commit-
tee by counsel ror the Calumet operators
A brier tor the minors denouncing the oper-
ator! chirglng peonage. Interference with
the mailt Mid other reder.il activities Wtl
filed monthi ago.
The operator! ttticked the brier or the
minen ss "an amazing Illustration of how
testimony cm be misquoted intt distorted
and ii lb argument that the Western
Federation or .Miners ll an organization ol
It conttpda that tne National uuarti main-
tained discipline and praises tbo citizens'
Dobsen Deer Lodne.
I. Madeline Mutrrave Mixlno Wheeler
3. slur. El perrectn Little Bits.
s. Flying ooir Ball Deal Carroll.
4. Hubert Mantel) Bafranor Husky Dave.
ti. Senator Jamea swarts Hill Dr. Neuter
o. Lady Stalwart Sierra Bellaoioker.
mints that tbe Mexican government abaii
give bond for ttM ttrety or in equipment
In use in that country..
Tbero will be no change for the preiem
i lent in tbe time ot tbe arrival and
departure or traína at Juarez.
Bptútal Wirt to TI Timet
Bntte. Mont. sept. . first back Sit
list Tull 1041 1587 M'e Wheeler lit
t7! Ray s ml ttrt Miss Daniels 104
seo in . moagrsve i"
5M Banminni ... 104
and one ntir fur-
(ir.feil. title Bit .. lotl(lft)Dovle I
(IfsTJill m Scarum tot IB87 El Perlecto. Ill
t:.S7 star Blue .. 104 IM7 Watio toe
1587 Sonoma . .. till
THIRD HACE Mile and to yards
ibtx nay b w i
130 Dr J B Berry 1071 t
it Tony Fault. iotT I
SECOND RACE Five
1W9 Dril Carroll 103
1904 Oolf Ball .. 117
1605 Klylrtf . ..
(tcOI)Safrtnor . . lit
tsat Ethe P
. ... ill
193 nake .
199 Lou T
lift Dusky Have III
1973 J H Birr ... 109
1(77 l.a Catadora 119
157 Midsummer 110 153 Sheffield
FIFTH RACE Five and one-hair rur longs.
toot Swtrts Hill lit
l04 Sen'r James 119
1590 Bene Bird
1590 Dr. Ncu Tor . lit
SIXTH HACE Five
lift Tip Hy Va
1904 Clara W ....
I58 kid Nelson..
1501 Evelina . ...
loot McAian . ..
I08 I5S5 kreptok . . .
Stalwart 111 4 The Fad ...
lwllda . .. 11 liioi Rellsnirker .
I38k Casernes ... tit 159 Mist Tempo.
TWO CLUBS TIED
IN TEXAS LEAGUE
SECRETARY FAHBELl. OF NATIONAL A8SO-
( uniiN bmsuk; .
Lnleue Ruling That All First Carnes el
Doubleheeatr Muat Be Nine innings
Pull TWO Ciua OB aqitai mmvm.
PACIFIC COAST UEAttUE.
standing of Ihe Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet
San rnnrlsco 00 71 .991
Los Angeles 87 74 .541
Where They Play Tudsy.
Ban Francisco it nakland.
Portland al Luí Angeles.
Ventea al Sacramento.
At San ITuuc licit San Franclico 9; Oak
At Oakland Venice I; Mission. 3.
At l id Migelos- Portland fi; Log All
Best autoi carerul driver . Pbooe 51
FOR FRESH OYSTERS
Served lo all stylet go to
PHIL YOUNG'S CAFE
Ami all kinds of MeilcaQ dishes hoi or
Noeriein Cincinnati Beer. Edgewood
ben SWEENEY. Prop.
Are you going to visit the old home
this year? Our Summer round
trip rates will be on sale
until Sept. 30th.
CASH PIANO SAI.K AT BILLINGS'.
We defy conioeilllon. 11 you are In the
market fur a quality piano and have some
ash buy or Billings thla week and save
nanv dollars a comparison invitad. F. (I.
innings i'innu Co. 103 N. stmtoo St. (Ad
TRAIN SERVICE RR8VMKD.
I irst Pasaeaaer Train for Over a Year lo
Arrive irom Mexico my inuay.
The first tbrourb paasengsr train from
Mexico City over lh9 National1 lines in over
a year It expected to arrive in Juarez
The first train loulh will leive today
and berearter there 111 be regular dally
service between this city and tbe Mexican
capital substantially almllar to that in ef-
rect barore the outbreak or the revolution.
constitutionalist railroad orrictali are
negotiating with the Pullman company ror
the restoration or Pullman service between
ii Paso tnd Mexico City' and It Is likely
that this service will also be resumed.
The Pullman company It ti - understood.
Weather cloudy; track good.
. Madeline Muirrave Tony Fiutt Dr .1.
. El Porreólo. Harum Scarum Little Bit.
OoK Ball Flying Rike.
. Robert Manten Sirrsnor Dusky Dave.
. senator James Belle Bird Swarts mil.
. Yip Hy Ya Lady Stalwart Belltnlckcr.
Sehneldaii Blue Boooela.
. Splutter Hampton Dime Pepper Siuce.
. Fletiron II. Aprisa Strathern.
. Sir Fretrul Mazurka l.ewln.
Weldshlp Tom Horn chuperdero.
. Sherlock Holmes Buihy Head York
. Cogs Ctirr Edge nine Brigade.
. Harry Shw Zodiac Buihy Head.
Standing of tbe Club.
won l.ost. rei.
St. I "Uls .
Where They Play Today.
Kansas city at Pittsburgh.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
Chicago at iturr.Ho.
Indianapolis at Baltimore.
Bu Die Auóeinte.d Prtu
Brooklyn Sept. 8. Brooklyn todty took
their sixth straight game from Pittsburgh
in tbe present series the icore being lx
score: H. H. E
Pittsburgh 900 000 0114 9 I
Brooklyn too tío osx it 11 1
Bstterles Dickson Leeiair and Berry
Finnerin Bluejacket and Land.
Seeefal TP4r re Tht Tknu
DaUai. Tex.. SepL . a ruling Hy Secre-
tary Farrell. or the National Assoclttion or
Minor lesgues. todiy colt Houtton tb pb-
nint In the 1911 race of Ihe Texal leifue
which came to a cloae yetterdiy end leavet
the Burr! tied with Waco for flnt piece.
Houston'! letd when tbe teaton cloaed
yesterdiy wis a nair game or a icgnt tbree
polnli In the percentige column. Today
ruling throws out one of llouiton 1 vic-
tories and leaves tbe two. clubs absolutely
on oven terms etch having won 10 garnet
and lott t.
Today's ruling wit unique ind will prob-
ably erreot every minor league race In the
country today. Waco protested the rtrlt
game or a doubleheader which Houston
pliyed with Austin. Both games were mide
aoven Innlnei bv agreement end WlCO pro-.
tested upon the grounds tint 1 legal gamo
Ii nine innings and thai tbe rirsl ram or
a doubleheader could not bo cut lo seven
innings by agreement between two clubs.
president uaviason or ine rngue wi
the Wico club protested to him asked Ihe
National Association ror a ruling and Stc-
retary Farrell upheld Ihe protest when he
telegraphed hack tblt "All Tint games mutt
bo tflne innings second games may be
It hat not been determined whether the
tie will be played off in a series of games
BI.IT. B0NNKTTS ENTRIES.
Bpecht Wire to The Timet
Montreal vue. oepi. e. rinni naiiv-
Five and one-half furlougi.'
Litigar . ... 10t 1907 Mona 0 .... 109
1559 Hartley . .109 15 Pep'r Sauce 119
tK)7 H'pton Dimeitio siSlSplutter . .. 117
SECOND RACE Seven Dirimía.
I55í Dor prlxwer tot 1598 Rurkers Run 119
1.15 AJtx .'.....109 1598 Fletiron II.. lit
I.-.5Í Aprisa 109 1990 Queen Sain . its)
1441 Rtrttnern . . tut
THIRD RACE seven furlongs.
153 caper Sauce 9t 15411 Maiurka ... 103
ttet l.ewln . ... 101 1549 Pat Oannon . 193
1994 Fordmal . . lot 1598 Sir Fretrul. IOS
Relente . . . 101 itos Oerrard ... 108
POURTH RACE Steeplechase. Handicap.
1540 carter . ... 1301 1555 Tom Horn... lit
Chupadero . 134 1599 Weldshlp . . 141
FIFTH RACE Seven Dirlongs.
1543 EUlerpe . .. 100 1550 Pamplntt ... 107
1535 Y'kihire Boy 103 1693 Jabot 110
tíos cordon . . 1051 uto nrDonherty H
(I65)l)uiny Held tool (is4iSher. Ilolmei lis
ven. -Slrorae 1071 1557 Font . 103
SIXTH RACE Seven rurlongl. .
1503 Cecil . 1001 1550 Bine Moute. tin
1543 dpt. Elliott 10S(l593mrin Brigade t07
t At 1 Arrin !0 u.93 J ll Houghton tin
1)74 curr Edge.. toa tttrr cogt 113
SEVENTH RACE One mile.
1598 B'mont Belle 9tl(i559)Btishy Held.. 109
(1544Zodlac . ... 991 1193 Sigma Alpha 107
(i59i)t:entaun ... OOldaiBin Deadwoodt07
Pittin Elgin tooiusseiservicence.. lit
(itll)Hirry Shaw ioo 1693 Mediator . . ill
Weather near; trick beivy.
A WONDERFUL display
of new full headgear U
being shown here an UX-
equaled variety of both
eoft hats and derbies from
the world's beat maker
We ean not possibly con-
vey to you an idea ot ail
the snappy new style we
are ahowlng. You must
aee them to appreciate
R. C. LIGHTBODY CO.
CORNER MESA AVENUE AND TEXAS STREET
HAMN SHOES ALFRED BENJAMIN SUITS
For Quick Baggage Service
1 - '
WHERE TO DINE
Call Phone 1
Passenger Automobile and Baggage
Autos Any Hour of Day and Night
WMtCHl TO VIT.
City Offíce73hUon Bldf.
The New Three Nations Cafe
Next to A I ham bra Theater on South BU Paao Street la now opes.
The clean eat coolest place tn town.
READ THE WAN! ADS
EAT T j
Club House Cafe
SVeavk Poy and Bob (sane Props.
Saw raaw St
PREMIER TRAIN OF
Leaves El Paso 2 p. m. Arrives Lob Angeles 2 : 40 p. m.
Make your reservation early and let us take care of
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Qanlcixxg By Mall
tame mm cast to ovum a savings account warn vm mm
THOCCH TOP LIVKD JnBXT BOOB.
Wo pay peg cent Interest compounded twice erery yw.
auatnasa mmmw use aepoaixorar auareuty law ot Ut BtaU of
ara a Guaranty Fund Bask aa provided by sue law.
Our plan la as anion to being convenient si safe prafttabte
MBwrai. Nobody has ever loa a Sallar tn a State Bank In Texas.
WHITK TODAY FÓR OCR FREE BOOKLET. "RANKING BT aeaiwj.
O tUMFLY ImADi YOUR DtCFOSIT.
EL PASO BANK A TRUST CO. El Paso Texa
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