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Monday, January 31, 1910.
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(Herald's Sporting News By N. M. Walker),
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Hxeioition CPy m P y,
S. L. Rubens, of St.
Louis at the
This collection undoubt
edly contains the finest
paintings 'ever seen in
El Paso. : : : : :
and visitors need feel
under no obligations in
any way. : : : : :
208 San Antonio Street
EL PASOAU'S SISTER OPPOSES
METHODS OF SUFFRAGETTES
Mrs. May Preston Slosson, of Xew
York, "whose "Dicture "was printed in The
Herald Saturday in connection "with an
interview on woman suffratre, is the
youngest sister of Eev. Bryant Preston, i
pastor of the Congregational church, in
"While Sirs. Slossonv who has voted
twice for president, is ornosing the me
thods of the suffragettes, Rev. Mr. Pres
ton says she is not opposed to suffrage.
Mrs. Slosson is literary editor of the
New Yoik Independent of which publi
cation her -husband, Dr- Edwin E. Slos
son, is editoxinchief.
MOVE GROCERY STOCK.
The Howard-McPhetridge Go.'s stock
of groceries, iwhich was recently pur
chased by Urv H. Roberson, has been
moved from the old stand on St. Louis
You'll be surprised at the results you
will get from a s3sli -vent, rent or
lot rale ad In The Herald. "Will not
cost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bel!
115. Auto 1115 and tel" ho girL
Globe Flour, "best by test,
end the payroll In El Paso.
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&KD FEESH FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER
CALL ON OR WRITE TO
O. G. SEETON & SON.
THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED
-. MibnlULbk wna't
Jockey Shilling Rides Bed
well Horse a Mile in
It was all Knight Deck and Glorio
Saturday at the races. These two thor
oughbreds have met before and both
have won victories. This made their
appearance in the fourth race, a mile
handicap, all the more Interesting
Glorio has been a consistent winner
since the meeting opened and weight
has been piled on the big horse until
Saturday, with 130 pounds to carry, he
I was beaten by Knight Deck with but
1 HSpounds impost-
Shilling rode Knight Deck and .Page
was in the saddle on Glorio. It was a
contest of stables, riders' and horses.
Bedwell, the owner of Knight ,Deck,
having claimed the gelding out of a
selling race for $1200, has been bidding
against the Fine stable owners for
some of their best horses and the
rivalry between these two leading
stables is keen.
Makes Xew Record.
Although he lost to Knight Defck
with IS pounds -overweight, Glorio
forced the Bedwell entry to extend
himself until he broke a track record
for the mile event, going the distance
in 1:37 4-5. Glorio forced the issue
and made the distance in, 1:38 with all
the excess baggage on board, showing
his class as compared with the other
horses in the race.
The mile record that Knight Deck
annexed Saturday makes the third for
this animal.' He holds the record for
the mile and a sixteenth, having made
it in 1:45 4-5 on January 22. Two days
preceding this lie also broke a track
record foor the seven furlong race,
making it in 1:25 1-5, with 104 pounds
of lead in his saddle bag.
First race, selling 4. year olds and
upward, value to first $225, 6 furlongs
Joe Ehrich, 114 (Shilling) won; Ly
kers, 112 (Molesworth) second; Hard
lyson, 111 (Garner) third. Time
1:13 1-5. Minnolette. Galves, Maure
tania, Stendal and Jolter ran.
Second race, purse, 3 year old, value
to first $225, 5 furlongs-The Fad,
109 (Austin) won; La Dextra, 104
(Page) second; German Silver, 109
(McCahey) third. Time, 1:06 2-5. Eus
tem, Geneva, J. H. Houghton, Mike Mo
let and" Sainfox ran.
Third race, purse, 2 year olds, maid
ens, colts and geldings, value to first
$200, 3 furlongs Flying- "Wolf, 110
(Molesworth won; Sir Dawn, 110 (Aus
tin) second; Little Dick, 110 (Louder)
third. Time :41. Solito, Juarez, Barney
M. and Leadstone ran.
Fourth race, handicap, 4 year olds and
upward, value to first $300, 1 mile
Knight Deck, 112 (Shilling) won;
Glorio, 130 (Page) second; W. A.
Leach. 100 (Hufnagel) third. Time,
J 1:37 4-5. Early Tide and Black Mare
Fifth race, selling, 4 year olds and
upward, value to first $225, 6 furlongs
Clint Tucker, 101 (Garner) won;
Hidden Hand, 109 (Small) second; Don
Hamilton, 114 (Crowley) third. Time,
1:12 4-5. Hancock, Star Beam, Cull,
Lady Adelaide, High? Street, Rubiola,
Bill Bramble. Doctor, Mack and Dick
Sixth race, selling, A year olds and
upward, value to first 200, 1 mile
Apologize, 110 (McCahey) won; Pel
leas, 107 (Page) second; Busy Man,
107 (Hufnagel) third. Time, 1:39 3-5.
Duchess of Montebello, John McMillan,
Lanigan, "Virginia Lindsay, Moliere, L.
M. Eckhart, The Thorn and J. J. Jr.
HELLO, HERE'S DORAXDO.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 31. Sounds
like a page from an account of the
Olympic gajnes in London, but it took
place Sunday right here in "Washington.
Dorando Pietri, the defeated hero
of the Marathon, in London, and Johnny
Hayes, the -winner, ran a regulation 26
mile race here Sunday. DoranCo al
lowed Hayes to set the pace all the way
until the last two laps when he took
the lead and won from the New York
counter jumper. The time was' 2:41:35,
which is 45 seconds of the record.
! Not a
Thus Thrown fiway
JUAREZ JQCKE1 CLUB.
4Sth Day, Tuesday, February 1,
First race, selling, five and a half
furlongs Bright Skies, l05; Shirley
Rossmore, 110; Straight Talk, 110;
Florence Myers1, 110; Sea Sick. 110; Ina
Gray, 110; Little Siss, 110; Convenient,
110; Almena, 110; Virginia Lindsey,
110; Dandy Dancer, 110; Myrtle Dixon,
Second race, selling, five and a half
furlongs Star Beam, 105; Edna Ed
wards, 105; Hattie Garrett, 105; Hail
Storm. 110; Pinion, 110; Lady Garven,
110; Miss Gratitude. 110; Minnie Ban
gert, 110; Lillian Ray, 110; Goldan, 110;
Dene, 110; Succeed, 110.
Third race, selling, twoyearolds, three
and a half furlongs Solid, 9S; Ina,
100; Ilzie, 102; Mary Kudd, ip4; Morn
ing Song, 104; KInfolks, lOSSolito, 108;
Fourth race, handicap, one mile and
a sixteenth Bon Ton. 90; Sensible, 95;
Meadow, 104; Early Tide, 105; Servile,
116; Knight Deck. 120.
Fifth race, purse, five furlongs Jolly,
97; ixoyal Ben, 102; Joe Stokes, 102;
Light Knight, 104;. Orbed Lad, 104; Col.
Bob, 106; Silver Stocking, 107.
Sixth race, selling, one mile and a
sixteenth Light House, 101; "Whip
Top, 104; John E. McMillan, 106; Alma
Boy, 10C; "Wolferton, 106; Buna, 109; Ar
court, 111; Kopek, 111.
First race, 6 furlongs, selling Dr.
Dougherty won; Beronica second; Ban
orella third. Time, .1:15 3-5.
Second race, 3 furlongs,, purse
Cluny won; Phil Molvr second; Incle
ment third. Time, 1:12 l-o.'
Fourth race, 1 1-16 miles, Emerville
handicap Jim Gaffney won; Silver
Knight second; Nadsu third. Time,
Fifth race, mile and 20 yards, sell
ing Ed Ball won; Dedeem second;
John Lbuis third. Time, 1:45.
Sixth race, 5 furlongs, purse--John
Sheehan won; Napa Nick second; Hort
Mahone third. Time, 1:00 3-5.
Jacksoni ille Summaries.
First race, 3 furlongs, purse Easy
Life won: Lady Ormicant second; Rose
bury third Time. :37.
Second race, 6 furlongs, selling Kid
won; Smug second; Gypsy Girl thfrrd.
Time, 1:16 1-5.
Third race, 5Vj furlongs, purse John
Griffon II. won; Booger Red second;
Great Heavens third. Time, 1:07 3-5.
Fourth race, Aragon Hotel handicap,
1 1-16 miles' "Vox Populi won; Polls
second; Sin Fran third. Time, 1:49 3-5.
Fifth race, 7 furlongs, selling Camel
won; Fonte second; Edgely third. Time,
Sixth race. 1 1-16 miles, selling St.
Joseph -won; Oberon second; Hooray
third. Time, 1:56 4-5.
First race, 5 furlongs,' selling Elia
bjjthan won; Jupiter second; Oesa
third. Time, 1:04 4-5.
Second raco 5 furlongs, setting Cal
tha won; Bosom Friend second; Vir
ginia Maid third. Time, 1:04 2-5.
Third race, 7 furlongs, selling Can
opian won; Alice second; Judge Saufley
third. Time, 1:32 2-5.
Fourth race, 6 furlongs, selling
Judge Cabaniss won; Col. Ashmead sec
ond; Fundamental third. Time. 1:18 1-5.
Fifth race, 6 furlongs, selling Es
cutcheon won; Acolin second; Pharo
nis third. Time, 1:18.
Sixth race, 1 1-16 miles, selling Oto
go won; Claiborne second; Water Lake
third. Time, 1:54 1-5.
PLAYERS IN MAJOR LEAGUE
MUST BEHAVE THEMSELVES
New York, N. Y., Jan. 31. In spite of
the strides that baseball players have
made In the direction of good behavor in
the past few years, the discipline rec
ords of last year show that there was a
big bunch of rowdies In the leagues and
especially in the National league. Tom
Lynch expects to reduce this black list
this year and he has instructed his um
pires to see that the men behave. In the
major league 119 men were banished
from the field during the past season,
and 18 men were suspended for their
bad behavior during games.
The Pittsburg team, which won the
pennant, had the best behaved set of
men. Only seven of its players were
banished and none were suspended.
There was a great improvement in the
deportment of, the New York players, on
ly 17 of them being sent from the field
and none of them being disciplined.
Boston, Cincinnati and Philadelphia
each had 13 men removed. Brooklyn and
St. Louis each had 17 and Chicago IS.
I ui me j.a piayers suspended, Chicago
naa two, .fnnadelphla three, Brooklyn
and St. Louis each four and Cincimnatl
The players suspended were Bresna
han, of St Louis, four times; Griffith,
of Cincinnati and Lennox, of Brooklyn,
each three times; Evers. of Chicago.
and Gleason, of Phladelphia, each twice
and Burch, of Brooklj-n, Roth and
Berscher, of Cincinnati, and Knabe, of
Philadelphia, each once.
TRAP SHOOTERS FINISH
MEETING AT HOUSTON
Houston, Texas, Jan'. 31 The ninth
annual Sunny South shooting hapdieap
ended Saturday. jFred Gilbert and Fred
Bills tied for high score in the final
shoot, each having 194 for a score.
There were 75 men facing the traps each
day during the week.
The program for the last day con
sisted of 200 targets In the profes
sional class. Fred Gilbert, of Spirit
Lake, Ta., and Fred Bills, of Chicago,
tied for high average with 194. C. J
Hensler was 'second, with 191; Ed.
Forsgard, third, with 18S. In pie ama
teur class Lewis aiJa Capt. Jack "Wolf
were first with 192; Eivlngston second
with 190; Ditto with 1SS.
In the (general averages for the
week, Fred Gilbert was first among the
professionals with 1111$ nit of 160
targets thrown. Fred Bills was second
on 1104 and Ed Forsgard of "Waco,
Texas, third, with 1096; )U I. "Ware, ot
Dallas, Texas, was fourth With 1063. In
the amateur class James S.'Day, of Mid
land, Texas, w.as fourth wifoi 1092.
"WESTON TO WALK AGAIN
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 51. Edward
Payson "Weston, the veteranf pedestrian,
will start from here Tuesday for a re
turn trip to New York, walking" the en
tire distance of 3465 miles. He hopes
to reach New York in 90 day.-', nrid tvIU
try to lower this time to 85 days. He
will celebrate his 72nd birthd ay. on the
SAM 'BERBER SAYS
Jeff's Manager Believes Mr.
G-leason Will Get Fight.
Jeffries to Train.
The place of holding the Jeffries
Johnson fight will be decided this week.
No lesser oracle than Sam Berger, Jeff
ries's manager and fiscal agent, has
spoker and Sam should know whereof
he speaks, although he often does not
as has been proved by his enemies on
the coast. Berger says that he is to
meet Jack Gleason this week and ar
ranged or the fight and that Tex Rickard
will come back into the fold rather than
lose the even share of the $150,000 rake"
off the promoters are expected to make
out of the fight.
Governor Spry is to give the promot
ers an answer this week as to holding
the fight in Utah when it will be pos
sible tofigure with some definiteness
as to the real location of the battle
ground. Berger says that as both he j
.and Jeffries are Californians they nat- I
.urally want to see tne right pulled oif
in their native state. He has given his
opinion that it will be held in Gleason's
arena in Alameda county, California,
and for the first time In a good many
moons Bergeris credited with knowing
what he Is -talking about.
For the fifth time Jeffries has an
nounced that he has given up the stage
and will begin his active training for
the fight. He quit on Saturday but it
is not known yet whether he will be
gin again some time this week, trying
to gather all the money In the realm j
into his California alfalfa barns. He
has made $50,000 as a result of his j
theatrical engagement and if that is not
enough to wring from a long suffering
pugilistic public, how much more must
he' have Is the question the boys are
asking their reflections In the back bar
mirrors of the towntown life saving
Jeff says he will begin traihing by
hunting and fishing either in California
or Mexico and will finish up with the
cleverest pugilists in the game at a
training camp located near the place for
the big battle. This sounds good com
ing from the retired champ, but it
also sounds like the usual brand of P. A.
J (press agent) guff that has been float
ing around about the two principals in
the' black and white championship
DOUBLE TRIANGLE GOLF MATCH
TO BE PLAYED HERE NEXT MONTH
A double triangle golf match is being
arranged between Douglas, Bisbee and
El Paso to be played over the El Paso
Country club course next month. One
of the triangular matches will be a pro
fessional one between Adams, of Doug
les;. Marshall, of Bisbee, and Livie. of
El Paso. This will be for a purse which
will be hung up by the Country club.
The other -match will be a four men
match between teams from Douglas, BIs
hee and El Paso. The dates have not yet
been fixed for the double triangle
No round robin matches wer played
Sunday in spite of the fact ths; Febru
ary first has been fixed as the date for
closing the match.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL LEAGUE.
The first of the series of basketball
games that are to be played as a part
of the Grammar School Athletic league
activity was played in the Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium Saturday afternoon between
the teams of the Aoy and the Lamar
second team, and the Mesa and Sunset
schools. The Lamar second team won
from the Aoy school, sgore 13 to 3; and
the Mesa won from Sunset 17 to 5. Next
Saturday afternoon the Beall school
will play the San Jacinto, and the Ala
mo team will play the Lamar first
All. afternoon trains are reported on
Those fresh eggs you had for break
fast this morning were Sunflower eggs.
C. I. Bllllnfftoa. 70S Magoffin. Tel. A
painting, paperhanglng, decorating.
Train Hits Children.
Andover, O., Jan. 31. A fast Lake
Shore and Michigan Southern passenger
train struck a bobsled carrying '20
children and carried it 200 feet on the
pilot of the engine, until It was brushed
off by another locomotive standing on
the sidetrack. Not a single child was
killed and it is thought none are se
Drs. Marprcder and Slapcs, eentlsts.
The best butter eaters demand Sedg
wick' creamery butter. Jackson's.
Finest butter Belle Springs cream
ery 40c per lb. Ardoin's.
Drs. Magrndcr and Mapes, dentists,
"We don't work for negroes.
To Prosecute Railroads.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 31. President
Taf t has determined to press to a con
clusion the pending suit of the govern
ment against the Union Pacific and
Southern Pacific railroads, looking to a
dissolution of the merger. Mr. Lovett
and other officials of the Harriman
lines decline to comment on the de
If you don't care what kind of gro
ceries or food stuffs you get don't or
der from. Jackson's.
Drs. Magruder and Mapes, dentists.
References:, Ask anyone.
IX SECOND HAND RIGS AT LONG
AVELL.'S TRANSFER, COMMENCING
MONDAY AND LASTING UNTIL SAT
URDAY. "When you think of oomething to
eat think of Jackson's, everything
guaranteed. Phone 353.
Three Killed by Train.
Mansfield, O., Jan. 31. Mrs. R0y Co
vert was killed and her husband was
fatally injured when run down by
Pennsylvania train No. 9 at a crossing
near Londonville. Further on the trafn
The high school second basketball
five lost to the Y. M. C. A. Reds Sat
urday night by the score of 47 to 17. The
Reds were better able to handle the ball
and could get the leeather sphere in po-j
sition for the baskets better than the
high school students. The military in
stitute defeated the Y. M. C. A. Blues
by the score of 31 to 15.
The high school second team has taken
f over the schedule and
standing of the
i "n.rwW- "Dl.oc -no ,r rr"VilVi -nrl f VilTnr fmm
because the members left
today with the 19th for the -Philip-
Friday night the high school five will
go to Mesilla Park to play the A. & M.
basketball team. The A. M. five, will
return with them Saturday morning and
will play a match game at the Yv M. C.
A. gym.. Saturday night. The Sliver City
girls basketball team will also be here
Saturday and will play the high school
girls team the same evening at the Y.
M. C. A. H. L. Mitchell will accompany
the high school boys at Mesilla Park.
The standing of the City league after
Saturday night's games is
High School- 6
6 0 1000
5 1 .833
3 3 .500
2 4 .333
1 5 .167
1 5 .167
Y. M. C. A. Reds 6
E.-P. M. I.. 6
E. P. & S. "W. Shops. . 6
High School second... 6
Y. M. C. A. Blues 6
McLAMORE TO WEAR
Has Highest Total Score for Month
Haines "WIni In Weekly Spoon
The El Paso Rifle team held its cus
tomary shoot at the club grounds, on
Mundy Heights Sunday morning. There
were nine ririemen ana some specia-
The Hixson medal event was the first
contest entered upon, and the following
scores were made out -a. possible 25:
Haines '- 22
Pennebaker . -: . . -v. 21
Filler . 7. .'.,.-- -' 20
Mitchell - 20
This was the last shoot for the month
on the Hixson medal and the standing
is as follows:
Haines - 4.4
Paul . 40
McLamore, having the highest total
score, will wear the medal for the
month of February.
The spoon contest "was next entered
upon and the following scores were
made out of a possible of 35:
Actual Points. Hand. Total
Haines 34 .. 34
Filler 32 .. 32
Bulwer .,..32 .. 32
McLamore ...;. 31 .. 31
Meagher 7 31 .. 31"
Mitchell 31 .. 31
Pennebaker 30 .. 30
Baca ...'. 27 3 30
Haines, having the highest total score
was awarded the spoon for the day.
Some practice scores were made as
follows: McLamore 20-21; Filler, 23:
Haines, 22-22; Bulwer, 22-24; Meagher,
1S-20; Mitchell. 18-19; Hopple, 18-22;
Baca, 16-19; and Pennebaker, 19-21.
TEXAS LEAGUE MEETING.
Houston, Texas, Jan. 31 Managers of
the Texas league teams are arriving
here for the annual meeting to arrange
the schedule for the coming season.
Proposed changes in the schedule and
circuit have been made and an Import
ant session Is expected commencing
struck an automobile on the outskirts
of Crestline and killed J. H. Sigleck,
aged 60, and Charles Echelberger, both
Members of El Paso Ledge No. 2S9.
The Fraternal Brotherhood are urg
ently requested to attend the meeting
Tuesday evening. Business of great im
portance. A. J. Tyra, Secretary-
Gel Belle Springs creamery butter at
Ardoin's for 40c per lb.
If there is any particular delicacy
your appetite craves, you'll find it In
Jackson's delicatessen department
where there is a complete line of every
thing that's good to eat. Phone 353.
Dr. Starker has moved to 318-319
Caples Bldg. Practice limited to dis
eases of the eye, ear, nose and throat.
Van Xordens Quit Bank.
New York, N. Y., Jan. 31. An
nouncement is made here that "Warner
M. Van Norden and his son, Warner IT.
Van Norden, jr., have withdrawn from
the Van Norden Trust company. The
new officials are nearly all connected,
with the Carnegie Trust company. Van
Norden, jr., was recently relieved 'of
$28,000 by two women in front of
the "Waldorf-Astoria hotek
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and "Wyoming.
YouAl be surprised at the many good
tilings that are to eat in Jackson'a
Dr. DetwIIcr, eye, ear, nose
throat. 214, 215 Trust Bldg.
Fort Bayard, N. M., Jan. 28, 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate, for com
plete construction of extension of post
water main from end of main near hay
barn to the dairy barn with instalatlon
of fire plug, will be received until 11
a. m., February 21, 1910. and then open
ed. Information furnished on applica
tion. TJ. S. reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Proposals for
extension of water main," and address
ed to Capt. S. P. Vestal, constructing
Special, ladles' purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory ."north side plaza.
Kills Babe and AVIfe.
Ishpeming, Mich., Jan. 31. Insane
over the illness of his baby, Artil Hy
tonen, a mine worker, stabbed the child
to death. When his wife returned from
church he took her to a nearby barn
Garner Eides to Victory the
Horse in the Feature
Spooner, ridden by Garner, won the
Chapultepec selling stakes, which were
the feature event on the Sunday pro
gram at the Juarez races. This selling
stakes event was for one mile and an
eighth, giving the grandstand crowd an
opportunity to see both the start and
finish of the stake race. There were
four contestants in this race, Pocota
ligo, Meadow Orbicular and Spooner.
Garner put up a game ride on the win
ner and sent him out in front Imme
diately after leaving the barrier and
kept him there all the way. Shilling
was up on Meadow, who failed to show
tha steam when called for by the clever
rider and "he was forced to take the
show position behind Orbicular at the
finish. Orbicular received a weak ride
at the hands of Burllngame and was
unableto overtake the flying Spooner.
Garner saved a little speed for the chal
lenge but Shilling could not get Meadow
to respond and tho "Wainwrlght horse
had it all his own way at the finish.
Garner slipped over another clever
race In the second one on Sevenful. He
not only piloted this mount to a win
ning but established a track record by
beating dt around the adobe in 1:11 3-5.
This is within the fraction of the
world's record made at Santa Anita
track by Chapultepec last winter. Gar
ner allowed Sevenfull to lay off in the
early half, of the race and when Gold
finn came on he whipped up and fin
fished in front. This clever midget of
a jockey tied Shilling's record for the
track by putting over four winners
Sunday, riding Sevenfull first in the
second race, McNally in the third.
Spooner in the selling stakes, and
Sugarmaid in the fifth. In the first he
was second on Associate and fourth
on Bonton In the sixth.
First race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first $200, one mile
Gerrymander, 108 (Shilling) won; Asso
ciate, 104 (Garner)' second: True SIf, 104
(Page) third. Time, 1:40 2-5. Tre
margo. Cardinal Sarto, Hughes, Coat
cutter and Engraver ran.
Second race, selling, threeyearolds
and upward, value to first $225, six
furlongs Sevenfull, 106 (Garner) won;
Goldfinn, 111 (Shilling) second; Ethel
Day, 105 (Molesworth) third. Time,"
1:11 3-5. Congo. Camera, and Tiflls ran.
Third race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first $200, five and one
half furlongs McNally, 102 (Garner)
won; Ina Gray. 105 (Page) second; Re
gards, 107 (McCahey) third. Time,
1:07 3-5. Dandy Dancer, Deuce, Bright
i Skies, Flying Pearl, Rickey, Hank and
Fourth race, Chapultepec selling
stakes, fouryearolds and upward, value
to first $865, one mile and an eighth
Spooner, 102 (Garner) won; Orbicular,
119 (Burllngame) second; Meadow. 110
(Shilling) third. Time, 1:39 2-5. Poco
Fifth race, handicap, threeyearolds
and upward, value to first $300, six fur
longs Sugarmaid, 93 (Garner) won;
Pajaroita, 116 (Shilling) second; Top
land, 96 (McCahey) third. Time, 1:12 3-5.
Enfield, Elizabeth, Harwood- and Lotus
Sixth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first $225, one mile
Lady Esther, 115 (Shilling) won; Pedro
106 (Burllngame) second; Howard Pear
son, 98 (J. "Wilson) third. Time, 1:39 3-5.
Bonton, Cheswardine, Fantastic, "Whip
Top, Sam Taylor, and Alma Boy ran.
and blew her and
himself to pieces
All the different kinds of Kosher
meats in Jackson's delicatessen depart
ment. Phone 353.
The Thiel Detective Service Co.
Has opened offices in El Paso at 219
Caples Bldg- and? is prepared to handle
legitimate detective work for corpora
tions, mine owners, firms and attorneys.
This service has branches in the prin
cipal cities In the TJ. S., Canada and
Mexico. They have both phones.
R. B. Bias Fael Co.
"Wood, coal, feeo.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
etreot. Phones: Bell 849; Auto, 1849.
Belle Springs creamery butter,
per lb at Ardoin's.
Always a Pound of Coffee.
A pound within the can,
Our measure of weight.
Absolute satisfaction, our measure of
Full, rich body.
Unequaled flavor. ,
Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand coffee.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Taree Mea Drcvra.
Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 31. When a
disabled gasoline launch was run down
by the towboat Enterprise, off Hope-
flold Point. thrfift Tnftn TrATO mtr-ra.A
A fourth saved himself by seizing the J
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To make roam and consolidate we are going to quit handling small musical
instruments, and are now closing out at cost and less, Guitars, Mandolins,
Violins, Banjos, Sheet Music Rolls and all small Musical Merchandise. All
these goods must he closed out, as we have no room to keep them.
J PIANOS PIANOSPIANOS
Low Prices Easy Terms
W. G. Walz Co.
103 EL PASO STEEET
PRODUCERS OF &3V DEALERS 13
Pyre Milk and
Phone3: Sell 340
Office 313 If.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
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ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Auto Phone 196&
109 MAIN ST.
PHONF, BELL 1 ATJTO 1001
"Will be up right away.
Careful men- Reasonable prices.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
Bfe Crewley Co.
331 Texas St. 1 Past, Texas
gunwale of a coal barge which the En
terprise was towing.
Drs. Paget & Ratllf, moved to 2nd
floor Caples Bldg-.
"We are receiving- some very nice
fresh garden vegetables these days.
Jackson's. Phone 353.
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 31. After be
ing locked up for more than 10 hours
on the charge of inciting to riot. Mis3
Margaret Gruening, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Emil Gruening, of New York, wasS
released from Moyamenslng prison.
Miss Gruening is one of the organizers
of the Pennsylvania Suffragette league.
"What tempts you in coffee?
. That's what tempted us years ago to
develop the full, rich flavor of Chase
& Sanborn's Seal Brand coffee. Jack
son's. Phone 353.
IiCst we forget let's keep our monej
j at home and still get the best. Globe
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