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MATHEWSON II fflSWER GALL OF
THE HAND QUIT BULGIE
Mammoth Sale of Skirts
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OKB THOUSAND Skirts is a big number, but our buyer
figured that they would sell readily at the prices we
would be able to quote on them. This is proving true.
Monday we sold just 125 skirts, which is the strongest
evidence we can possibly produce as to what phenom
enal values they are.
As these are sample skirts, they represent the best
of the spring styles. And we are perfectly sincere
when we say that later on in the spring skirts
modeled from these will appear in El Paso. But
they will be bought in a regular way and you will
pay considerably more for them.
The skirts in our special purchase are made of
inannish mixtures and fancies, black voile, pana
mas and light weight worsteds. They are divided
into three special lots, as follows:.
$9 Qg '? Qg
for $5.00 for $6.75
, Skirts Skirts
2 Cape Specials
The special purchase of capes is proving as attrac
tive as the 'skirt specials. 'Tnere are 2 lots of capes,
$10.00 Capes $4.95
Hudson-Pulton Gapes, 52 inches long, made of -kersey
ana. finished -with, -brass buttons. Come in red, .
blue, gray and. Copenhagen, and are -worth 10-00.
On sale this week at 4.95.
$8.00 Capes $3.95
Black Kersey Capes, with, military collar and shoul
der straps, and trimmed -with gold buttons and
braid. These are 8.00 values; on sale this week
CONCERT AT POST; AX
OTHER COXCERT FRIDAY.
The Ft. T31igs band rendered a concert
this aftecrfoonat the post. Another
concert Tttll be given Friday afternoon
a.t 5 oclfck. The program for the Fri
day concert follows:
March, 'Hampton Roads Alexander
Overture, Blade Queen White
Waltz, Our Wedding: Day Tobanl
Paraphrase, How Fair Art Thou...
............ ..... ...... Nesvadba
.Selection, Havana ,-. Stuart
Twostep, Two Thomas Cats Smith
-Oscar Bierman, Chief Musician.
HA.WKLVS BROTHERS SAX
CONDITION'S ARE GOOD
That conditions are better now than
they have been since the depression is
the opinion of Hawkins Brothers. "It
Is no trouble to sell good property
Heai&c&cs auid Xenralgrla from Colds.
J, A'ATI7E BROMO Quinine, the world
wide Cold and Grip remedy removes
cause. Call for full name. L.ook for
.signature E. W. GROVE. 25c.
We call particular attention to the new style in Mission '
Autopiano. It is certainly a beautiful work of art and
worth a trip to our store to see it.
Prospective purchasers will find much to interest them
in this collection of beautiful high grade instruments we
have on our floor at the present time, which is one -of the
most attractive we have ever shown. Tou will not only
see in them splendid examples of craftsmanship, but un
usual value for the prices asked.
Jenkins Piane Company
THE BIG- PIAHO HOUSE
Phone 2958. 611 San Antonio St. El Paso, Texas.
Xofc a day now passes that we do not receive some
thing n&vr in either tailored suits, linen dresses, lin
gerie dresses, linen, coat suits or waists. Our ad
vance display is attracting the greatest enthusiasm,
and every time you are down town, you should 'stop
in and see the latest arrivals. .,
The extra special for the "balance of the week will
be Genuine Chamois Gloves. These are one-button
gloves, of the natural color, and guaranteed wash
able- Regular price is l.o0 a pair;
special the balance of the week
when the price is right and there is a
lot of outside money coming in to be
put into El Paso real estate," they say.
"The new office buildings under con
struction and those planned for the
downtown district show the confidence
El Pasoans have in the realty proposi
tion. Our business is the best in its
history and 1910 -will see some more
records smashed," is their opinion.
ALPIXE NEWS NOTES.
Alpine. Tex., Jan. 26. Ir. J. H. Hardy
was called to Taber recently to attend
Mr. Emerick, who was suffering -with
an injured arm.
District attorney Geo. M. Thurmond
was a visitor in Alpine lately.
Judge E. F. Higgins has returned
from Marfa. . x
Pat Davie, a former Alpine citizen,
was in town from Ft. Davis for a few
P. H. Pruett was In town a few days
from his ranch recently.
S. "W. "Ward has gone to El Paso for
a few days.
John Young left lately for a few days
visit to San Antonio.
We have on exhibition a
number of instruments in
designs which represent
distinct advance in piano
in Pianos ancS
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. Extra Special
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB
v V v V -V V V V V V V
Forty-fourth Day, Thursday, Jan. 27.
First race, selling, six furlongs Glen
Helen 102, Kyle 103, Charles Fox 103,
Luke Cates 103, Genova 104, Sociable
107, Lady Panchlta 112.
Second race, selling, one mile Mo
liere 102, Capt. Burnett 102, Coatcut
ter 102, Sad News 105, Melange 105,
True Sif 105, Sweetheart 105, Lillian'
Hay 105, Ollie Burnett 105, Dick B. B.
107, C. J. Cox 107, Cuban Boy 107.
Third race, purse, twoyearotcs. three
and one half furlongs Flying "Wolf
107, The Royal Prince 111, Sterlin 114,
Mark H. 104, b. g. Mazagan-Pouting;
Leo "Withers 107, ch. c. Withers-Lenora
J.; Juarez 107, br. c. Serpen t-San Storm;
Barney M. 107, br. c. Sir Hercules
Schwalbe. FfJurth race, handicap, seven furlongs
Orbed Lad 95, Lady Esther 102, Black
Mate 110, Servile 118, Prince Ahmed 128.
Fitth race, selling, sx rurlongs Mc
Xally 95, Regards 95, Hancock 103,
Lomond 104, Hannibal Bey 105, Kia
mesha II 10G, Ethel Day 107, Vohoome
108, Beau Man 109, Congo 110.
Sixth race, selling, one mile Virginia
Lindsey 100, St. Kilda'102, Alice Col
lins 105, Miss "Vigilant 105, Misprison
105, Albion H. 105, Margaret Rr.1idoiph
105, Knight Blaze 105, Pelleas 107, Alma
Boy 107, The Thorn 107, Pocotaligo 110.
Boston, Mass., Jan. 26. Matty Bald
win was given the decision over Owen
Moran, the English fighter; at -the end
of the 12 round bout last night. Bald
win mixed things up through the first
part of the mill and landed somo heavy
blows. Moran was shiftier and cleverer
in blocking Baldwin's blows and in
landing clean punches.
WACO MUST DIG UP.
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 26. rThe National
baseball commission has ruled that the
draft of R. H. Holmes from the "Waco
Texas league club by Brooklyn is Il
legal and has ordered "Waco to return
the $500 draft money.
ARTESIAX WWATER IS
STRCK NEAR DUXLAP. X. 31.
Roswell, N. M., Jan. 26. According
to a rennrt sont to Bvran O Beall.
artesion well inspector, by a citizen'
living near the" town of Punlap, close
to the line between Chaves and Guada
lupe county ( an artesian flow of water
has been developed in a well about six
miles northwest of that place.
The netf Odd Fellows home to be
built here at a cost of about ?7000 is
to,beva"two story brick of nine rooms,
exclusive of the basement, and is to be
heated by a furnace. S.
The New Mexico Cigar company has
let the contract to G. N. Amis for a 45
foot addition on the rear of the build
ing at a, cost of $3500. The whole
building is to be fitted inside with
steel walls and'ceilinjr
Christy Mathewson is bucking again, also makes a difference. He is a busi
For the 43d time "Big Six" has said, he ness man and author of cleab, wholesome
was going to retire from the game and books for boys and has a hankering for
go into business. This time it is the big the simple life away from the 20,000
boy's objection to the contract McGraw pairs of eyes that are focused on him
has prepared for him to slffn tnat nas
caused the mighty Christy to stiffen in
the harness. He has refused to sign
with the Giants yet and El Paso may
have had the honor of seeing the blond
boy from some place in Pennsylvania
pitch his last game of baseball when he
was here last year for the fair tourna
ment. Author of Books.
Although he has never been a top liner playing with the El Paso team during
in the matter of large salaries, Mathew- j the fair tournament, Mathewson made a
son has been making a few ducats -world of friends by his quiet, unassum
anore than board and room money since lng manner and by the absence of any
he broke out of college, took a flyer in j of the disagreeable, overbearing traits
bush league ball and landed in the mid- j the old school baseball player whish
die of the New York National's scalped j made the species of the human race so
diamond. Mathewson is married, which thoroughly disliked.
This Juarez hockey
Still Making Good Re
sult of Tuesday
Shilling slipped over another coup
Tuesday at the Juarez track when he
shot Knight Deck, of the Bedwell
stables, between Orbicular and Servile,
coupled under the Johnson and Garety
name, and won for his employer when
his mount was dn no better than third
at the finish. It happened in the fourth
race, the overnight handicap, in which
Knight Deck, Orbicular, Servile, Early
TfriP Riistem. and Tooland were the
nnntATifiprs. BeinEr counled and sun
ning easily first and second, Moles
worth and Burlingame, on Servile and
Orbcular,.jockied for first. Servile, best
by test, being pulled up by Molesworth
to allow Burlingame to win on Orbicu
lar. Catching the two Johnson & Gar
ety boys napping at the finish, Shilling
shook up Knight Deck, gave him a
kick in the ribs, and snatched victory
out of defeat from third position. It
was a great piece of track generalship
and Shilling received the applause such
a clever move deserved when he re
turned to the judge's, stand for the
Stanley Page arrive Tuesday from
Jacksonville, Fla., to ride for the Fine
stable during the remainder of the
meeting at Terrazas park. Page is a
well known jockey and expects to take
his place along with Shilling and Arch
ibald as the best riders at the Juarez
track. Little Benscoten is to have the
honor of wearing the tricolors of Mex
ico for the Alberto Terrazas stable,
which the president of the Juarez
Jockey club is getting together. He
'.will be associated with Price McKenna
in the undertaking and will have a
number of the best thoroughbreds in
the country in his string. Max Hirsch,
who has a number of horses at the
track, will be the trainer of the Ter
razas stable, the horses of which will
carry the red, white and green colors
First race, selling, 3 year olds, purse
$300, 6 furlongs Kyle, 102 (Ramsey)
won; Nila, 95 (Benscoten) second; Luke
Cates, 105 (Smith) third. Time, 1:14.
Cathryn Scott, Siscus, Malltine, Uncle
Pete, Orba Smile, El Perfecto, and
Second race, selling, 4 year olds and
upward, purse $300, 7 furlongs Tom
Franks, 106 (Garner) won; Cull, 114
(Small) second. Capt. Burnett, 114
(Mondan) third. Time. 1:29. Ollie
Burnett, C. J. Cox. Lillian Ray, Sun
line, Sad News. Coat Cutter' Deuce,
Feckless, and Donna Elvira ran.
Third race, selling, 4 year olds and
upward, purse ?300, 7 furlongs Hard
lyson. 106 (Garner) won; Duchess of
Montebello, 112 (Small) second; Alma
Boy, 114 (Goose) third. Time, 1:27 4-5.
Margaret Randolph, Sibari, Alice Col
lins, Pelleas, Almena, Convenient, Lady
Garven, and Dene ran. ' '
Fourth race, handicap, 3 year olds
and upward, purse $300, 1 mil; Knight
Deck, 10S (Shilling) won; Orbicular,
119 (Burlingame; second; Servile, 118
(Molesworth) third. Time, 1:39 2-5.
Early Tide, Rustem. and Topland -ran.
Fifth race, purse, 4 year olds and
upwards, purse $300. 5 furlongs Blagg.
109 (Mondan) won; Goldfinn, 10S (Shil
ling) second; Silver Stocking, 107
(Garner) third. Time, :59 3-5. Spoon
er. Meddling Hannah, Jolly, Sam Tay
lor, and J. J. Jr. ran
Sixth race, selling, 4 year olds and
upward, purse $300. 1 mile Light
house, 10S (Shilling) won; Apologize,
l-ttamsey) second: Sensible, 103
benscoten) third. Time, 1:39 1-5. Fan
tastic, Acquia, Banbury, Highes and
UP WITH BROOKLYN"
Is Spending Spare Time in
El Paso' Till First of
Harry Mclntyre will wear a Brooklyn
uniform next season. He received his
contract from manager Ebbetts, of the
Brooklyn National league team, signed
It and shot It back to the man from
across the big bridge who comes as
near as any of the baseball bright lights
tp running things In the big league
Mclntyre Is spending his spare time
land a part of his earnings in El Paso
soaking up some of the potential energy
that is floating around, in the sunshine
and ozone- of thps riif fin-.
He will join the Suburbans at Hot ;
Springs March first for 20 "days work
and water, when the- Pittshurer Pirates '
will boost them off the Hot Springs
Until March first, Mr. Mclntyre. he
of the mighty wing, will be a temporary
resident of El Paso.- -
, wnenever ne taKes a iresn cnew or snuig
his quid to the other cheek.
It is the call of the wild that is draw
ing him away from baseball.
"Well Liked In El Paso.
"Wherever he goes and whatever he
does for a life work, big Christy
Mathewson will have the good will and
best wishes of 45,000 people in El Paso.
During his two weeks here while he was
FOR BIG LEASES
Committee Eeseinds Decis
ion on Wild Pitches and
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 26. Two sched-
ules, one callin
for 168 games and the
otner providing ior lo4 games, will be
submitted to the National league, in
New York next month. This was the
final decision of the schedule .commit
tee of the two leagues which has been
In session here this week. This was de
cided Tuesday night, although another
meeting is being held today.
The reason for the protracted meet
ing of the schedule committee Is caused
by its efforts to dovetail the 168 game
schedule of the National league as pro
posed by the schedule, committee from
that league, with the 154 game schedule
as prepared by the American league.
This makes much work for the-commit-tee
and a compromise will be submitted
to the National league in the form of an
alternative of 168 and 154 game sched
ule next month when the representa
tives of the National league teams
meet in New York.
Because it brought a protest from the
official scorers the revised rule elimin
ating the wild pitch and passed ball
and counting each as an error against
l the pitcher or catcher has been rescind
ed. It was shdwn the rules' committee
that the battery workers handled the
ball scores of times oftener than any
other player and to credit them with
errors for each wild pitch and passed
ball would be a glaring Injustice.
A BOWLING. 4
Barela's bowling was all that saved
the Zozaya team from an inglorious
and ignominious defeat at the hands of
the Business Men's team tasz ntgit at
I the Y. M. C. A, The Business Men
took the first two gams from the Zo
zayas with the same 'ease as the candy
taking process from an Infant. Barela
was two games getting his arm lim
bered up for the real battle. When he
did go into action he rolled 213 for his
third game, giving his team a total of
SS7 and which won the omy game from
the busy Business Men by 54 pins. Ba
rela also made the high individual to
tal, although the Business Men won
three points with two games won and
the high total score.
The scores made were:
Business Men 13 3 Tl.
Foster 177 1S4 173 534
Van Arsdel 189 146 133 46S
Fruit 134 146 175 452
Robertson 135 .177 168 500
"White 167 1S7 184 538
Zozaj-as r 1
S40 S33 2475
2 3 Tl.
' 3 Tl.
Total 7S4 731 887 2402
High game Barela, 213.
High total Barela, 553.
Thursday night the El Paso tele
graph team will bowl Dallas in the
Texas tournament and wIIL also play
Douglas at the same time.
Cubs vs. Pirates.
It seemed and sounded like old times
on the Tivoli alleys last night. It was
the Pirates' and Cubs' night to raise
a rough house which they did with
plenty of noise as an accompaniment to
the bowling of the two Tivoli teams.
The result of the match was a tie, the
Cubs winning the first two games and
the Pirates the last game and the high
Complete Works In '20
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And as Low as
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$20 to $40 (
total score, making the final score
stand two and two in favor in the Pi
rates, also the Cubs. Lewis, of the Pi
rates made the high score of 239 and
Lehman of the same team made the
highest total score of 543. Bateman was
Just one pin behind this score with
The Cubs-Pirates scores were:
Pirates . 1 2 3 Tl.
Lehman 179 1SS 176 543
Lewis 126 176 239 541
Doak v. 132 127 140 399
Houck 155 168 160 483
Bryan 15S 171 147 476
Total 750 830 862 2442
Cubs 1 2 3 Tl.
Bafeman 190 ' 181 171 542
Kuster 158 159 166 483
Schutz 174 176 115 465
Slocum 130 182 169 4S1
Critchett 125 135 154 414
Totals 777 833 775 2385
First race, three furlongs, purse
Moncrief won; Sir Kearney second;
Stepfather third. Time, :35 3-5.
Second race, six furlongs, selling
Abrasion won; Amanda Lee second;
Miss Sly third. Time, 1:13.
Third race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Royal Onyx won; Arconette
second; Toll Box third. Time, 1:07 l-o.
Fourth race, gentlfijnen riders, mile
and 70 yards, selling Ballot Box won;
Ben Double second; Cablegram third.
Time, 1:48 1-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs, purse Pan
toufle won; T. M. Green second; Ida D.
third. Time. 1:12.
Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth
miles, selling John Carroll won; Ros
boro second; First Peep chird. Time,
First race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Okenite won; Aluda second;
Living Expenses Reduced By
Paying Cash For Your Groceries
THE CASH STO
Pure Cream erv Butter
for.. : ,...UC
12 lbs. Irish. Potatoes r E?
for .. V, &OC
2 lbs. wtolene , 2
4 lbs. Cottolene g j
10 lbs. Cottolene $f Qg
3 cans Banquet Corn OS
25c can Jack Erost Baking oa
Powder for UC
25c bottle Blue Label Catsup OjTk
Large Grandma Powder, g
25c size, for JL O C
4 oz- Mapleine 2E5
4 lbs. Pink Beans (fnijoles) gf
3 1-lb. cans Van Camp Beans ty f
4 10c 'big rolls Toilet Paper Q ?
5 gallons best Oil Gf
5 gallons Gasoline O P
for , OOC
3 cans Pie Blackberries e g?
2 cans Blueberries y p
2 cans Gooseberries OS
3 cans Pioneer Milk c g
THE CASH STOEE"
Bell Phone 901 219 S. El
New Spring Suit
For a Suit Made to Order
For a Suit That Fits
"Vanadium third- Time, 1:11 2-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Clysmic won; Brookllne sec
ond; T. M. Irvin third. Time, 1:11.
Third race, five and a half furlongs,
selling--Baby "Willie won; The Ram
second; Mary Candlemas third. Time,
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Tamar won; Anna Smith sec
ond; Bannade third. Time, 1:11 1-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling
"Warner Griswell won; Judge Cabines3
second; Sir Catesby third. Time,
Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling
Ormuz won; Judge Saufley second; Clai
borne third- Time, 1:32 2-5.
FUTURITY STAKE RACE TO BE
RU.V AT DETROIT IN AUGUST
Chicago, 111., Jan. 26. The Horseman
and Spirit of the Times futurity stakes
for foals of 1907 will be raced at De
troit during the first week of August.
This futurity race will be for a guaran
teed stake of $15,000 and all money
subscribed above the guarantee will be
added to the purse. The race will be
for threeyearolds and the conditions
provide for three heats, each heat a
TOfOLESAIE, 4 4
3 cans St. Charles Milk ry g
3 pkgs. Cifcv Sodas m op
3 pkgs. Graham CraeKers f
$1.25 cans pure import- A -i ff
ed Olive Oil for tpX.UU
2.00 cans 1-2 gals, pure d - j p
Imported Olive 4Oil for. . j) i. $30
65c battles pure Imported C?f
Olive Oil for OUC
4 cans ood Tomatoes OE?
3 cans best Tomatoes j m
25c lb. Breakfast Bacon a
(at a living price) per lb &A3 C
100 lbs. fancy Irish Po- d - rj p
tatoes for pJL0
Xovy Beans, by the sack, j"
per lb. OC
25c cans Fruit (with syrup)
per can .. .. i. O C
2 cans Lima Beans c r?
for . 4&OC
16 oz. Seeded Raisins, cy j
2 pkgs. for ZOC
12 oz. Seeded Raisins, rtg
3 pkgs. for "... OC
3 cans Kidney Bean3 OE?
5 lbs. Broken Rice OC
4 lbs. Head Rice c r
3 lbs. very finest Head Rice O gj
Paso St. Auto Phone 1901
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