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Tuesday, February 8, 1910.
"We never neglect our patrons on this occasion.
We have made ample preparations in advance, and
offer the most complete line of Lenten goods ever
displayed in El Paso
Hew Norway Mackerel, 10c, 15c, 20c, 40c
Smoked White Fish, per lb. 0c
Yarmouth Bloaters, per can 35c '
Smoked Sturgen, per lb. 60c
. Smoked Salmon, per lb. 40c
Herring in Tomato Sauce 25c
Boneless Codfish, per lb- 20c
Pickled Salmon, per lb. 25c
Mansan Smoked Sardines 15c
Imported Boneless Sardines 40c
Boneless Herring in jars 15c
Ferndell Crab Meat, cans 50 c
Ferndell Lobsters, cans 40c
WATTY OTHER APPETIZING FOODS ON DISPLAY IN
OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT.
EXTRA FINE ASPARAGUS
Asparagus is a dainty dish, highly enjoyod "by many and will make a
nice change in your vegetable diet. We offer our War- &i ff
xanty brand this week, 40c cans, 3 for J) JL vpU'
Phone 151. 210-212
CHASE & SANBORN'S
IS SOLD IN EL
Jackson Grocery Co.
We do not supply this famous brand of ours to any other
dealer. You can only be sure of receiving "SEAL BRAND"
genuine and fresh by buying it at their store.
Feb. 1 1910.
El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and
Wednesday fair and oolder.
Xew Mexico: Local snow north por
tion tonight or Wednesday; fair south
portion, warmer southeast tonight.
West Texas: Tonight fair, colder ex-
25 Cents a Pound
Sliced Cocoanut Bar
15 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
& SANBORN, Chicago.
t cept in southeastern portion; Wednes
day iair, comer.
A (barometric trough extends from the
upper lakes southeastward to the Rio
Grande, "with the greater depression over
A high pressure area occupies the
northwest portion of the country, "while
the center of the eastern high has mov
ed from Virginia eastward off the coast.
During the last 24 (hours precipitation
has occurred from northern California
eastward to Colorado, in the east eulf
states and over a limited area includ
ing St. Louis and Kansas City.
At the time of report it was snowing
in Colorado, Wyoming and northern
Utah, and raining in southern Louisiana
j and Alabama.
Indications are that in the vicinity
of El Paso the (weather will contnue
fair tonight and Wednesday and will
he a little colder.
Temperature and Rain.
(Ohservations taken at 6 a. m.)
Min. Max. Rain
Abilene 40 60 0
Amarillo 28 68 0
Buffalo IS 26 0
Chicago 32 36 0
Del Rio 40 62 0
Denver 18 54 0
Detroit 24 28 0
El Paso 40 61 0
Flagstaff 14 42 0
Galveston 50 56 0
Los Angeles ).44 58 0
Xew Orleans 50 58 .12
Xew York 18 22 0
Phoenix 34 G8 0
Roswell 24 62 0
St. Louis 32 38 .02
Salt Lake 22 32 .04
San Francisco 46 56 02
Santa Fe 16 42 0
Spokane 28 42 0
Washington .-24 30 0
Yuma 34 72 q
X. D. Lane, Observer U. S. W. B.
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BEDWELL LEAVES .
WITH HIS HOESES
Ships Them Away From the
Juarez Track and Takes
H. G. Bed-well, the best sportsman
racing a string of horses at the Jxiarez
track, shipped the last ,of his string to
j uaKiand Jionua ana wirn uarrou onm
' in" his jockey left last night for the
j California race course to complete the
j season there. Bedwell has won more
j events than any other owner at the
j track and his earnings for tjhe season
t amount to $12,525, which is double that
von by any of the other owners.
The" excuse given for Bedwell's de
pal ture was that the stake events in
which 'he had entered his 'horses had all
been run and as he was listed for a
number of -mounts in the Oakland stake
races, he shipped his string there. His
winners were being loaded with lead be
cause of past performances and as the
remainder of the races at the Juarez
track are being framed to give the small
owners a chance at the purses in order
to get out of town at the close of the
meeting, the odds against the favorites
are almost prohibitive.
Bedwell's entries at Oakland are win
ning with the same regularity as they
won here and the sportsman is going
after the big events at the Oakland
The next stake event at Terrazas park
is to be the 2yearold event over the half
mile course Sunday. This will be the
first mile event lor the youngsters at
the meeting. Sunday, JFeb. 20, the Jua
rez derby, the first to he run at the Jua
Asked if he had left anything- at the
Juarez track Bedwell said: "Nothing- but
my good will and a little money out
among the boys."
Guy Gray also brought his string of
horses away from the Juarez Jockey
club this morning and will ship with
Bedwell's string to Oakland. The Gray
horses include Serville, Orbicular, Coy
otto, Giles and Ed Lavin.
$ WEDNESDAY'S ENTRIES -
& Jl'AREZ JOCKEY CICB. &
B5th Day, Wednesday, Feb. 9.
First race, selling, six furlongs
Plume.105: Myrtle Dixon, 105; Vir
ginia Lindsey, 110: Convenient, 110; Sea
Sick, 110: Edna Edwards, 110; Marjorie
K., 110; Minnie Bright, 110; Cuban Boy,
112; Elder, 112; Royal Ben, 115; Appro
Second race, purse, maiden twoyear
old colts, three and a half furlongs
Folk, 167; Gehtnicht, 107; Mark H.t 107;
Solito, 107, (Moss & Blue entry) Out
fielder, 110; Balella. 110; Brave Withers,
110; Owen Time, 110; Solid, 110; Stone
cutter, 107; br. g., Lithos-Behoove;
Uncle Ben, 107; blk. g.. The Irishman;
Third race, selling, one mile Almena,
97; Alice Collins, 102; Mollie Bonn, 102;
Miss Vigilant, 102; Gunston, 104;
Tiflis, 104; Egotist, 107; Ollie Burnett,
107; Lady Garven, 107; Albion H, 107;
Moliere, 109; Slbarf. 112.
Fourth race, handicap, six furlongs
Glen Helen, 92; Meddling Hannah, 99;
Col. Bob, 101; Enfield, 110; Early Tide,
110; Sevenfull, 112; King Cobalt, 112.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs Mau
retina, 105; L.ady Adelaide. 110; Ora
Sudduth, 110; Lykers, 110; Don Hamil
ton, 112; B. J. Swanner, 112; Cardinal
Sarto. 112; Bubiola, 112; Belle Bramble,
112; Bonnie Reg, 112; Dick Vestal, 112;
Prince of Castile, 112.
Sixth face selling, one mile Fantas
tic, 105? Sensible, 105; Banbury, 105;
Apologize, 106; Sam Taylor, 113; Lotus
Eater, 113; Himalaya, 120.
"First race, three furlongs, selling
Decency won, Vallonia second, White
Wool third. Time, 0:36 3-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
maidens Briareus won, Herdaman sec
ond, Universe third. Time, 1:08 1-5.
Third race, six furlongs, selling
Abrahsion won, The Golden Butterfly
second, Sticker third. Time, 1:13 2-5.
Fourth race, seven furlongs, pursp
T. M. Green won, El Fall second, Ros
trum third. Time, 1:13.
Fifth race, mile and one-eighth, tell
ing Hooray won, Edwin L. second, Belle
view third. Time, 1:54 3-3. v
First race. Futurity course, selling
E. M. Fry won, Rezon second; Adena
third. Time, 1:12 3-5.
Second race, Futurity eourse,selling
Portola Queen won, YVinona Winter sec
ond, Eddie third. Time, 0.36 3-5.
Third race. Futurity course selling
Inclement won, Billy Myer second, Lena
Lech third. Thm 1:12.
Fourth race, mile and 20 yards, purse
Rosslare won, Bubbling water second,
Raleigh third. Time, 1:43 2-5.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth, sell
ing Convent Belle won. Desperado sec
ond, Springhan third. Time, 1:50 2-5.
First race, about three furlongs
Sanction won. Count de Oro second, Lou
ise B. third. Time, 0:36 1-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling .Sauona Girl won, Joe Fallet
second, Sallie Savage third. Time,
Third race, five furlongs, selling
Eminola won, Serenade second, Virginia
Maid third. Time, 1:04.
Fourth race, six furlongs, selling
Elizabethan won, Carondolet second,
Temper third. Time, 1:1S 3-5.
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling
Ormuz won. Autumn Girl second, Ban
nock Bob third. Time. 1:31.
Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling
Ilarting won, W. I. Hindi second, La
Fayette third. Time, 1:32.
MANY CARS OF ZINC
ARRIVE AT PORT
Twenty-five cars of zinc for Kansas
and Wisconsin smelters were entered
at the local port today. The zinc :s
being shipped to Cherryvale, La Harpc
and Gas, Kansas, and to Mineral Point,
Much ore is being shipped into the
states despite the heavy freight rates
on northbound ore.
XEW DIRECTORIES ARE
Distribution is being made of the
1910 El Paso directories by the J. F.
Worley Directory company, of Dallas.
The population of El Paso as given in
the new directory is 45,000. J. F. Wor
ley, census supervisor of the Dallas
district, is also in the city today.
Harbuck and Kakn Here to
Discuss Possibilities of
a Cactus League.
The movement to establish organized
baseball in El Paso and the southwest
will take definite form Wednesday
night when a meeting will be held at
the chamber of commerce of all the
baseball supporters and fans to discuss
the plans for the organization of such
a league as has been proposed by. F.
Harbuck and his associates in the
Shreveport team of the Texas league.
Mr. H,arbuck, accompanied by L. I.
Kahn, one of the leading men connect
ed with the organization of the Shreve
port club, arrived this morning and
they are arranging with the lqcal sup
porters of baseball for the meeting
Wednesday. Today the two promoters
of the Cactus league are holding in
formal conferences with the men who
made baseball possible here last year,
and they will have a definite proposi
tion to present to the baseball enthu
siasts at the meeting tomorrow night.
In brief these men propose to estab
lish a class D league in the southwest
to Include El Paso. Douglas, Bisbee,
Tucson, Globe, Morenci and Cananea,
providing the support is given them.
A playing manager of professional ex
perience is to be put in charge of each
team and the franchises taken over by
men with finances necessary .to back
baseball. For El Paso the promoters
have promised a manager of national
reputation and say that the best play
ers obtainable in the class D division
will be secured for the Cactus league.
Z ! v V
What Dr. Vance did to Col. Bogy at
golf Monday, the Zozaya bowling team
did to the County- club team at the
Y. M. C. A. Monday night. The Zozaya
team took the first game, likewise the
second with the score of 911, but fell
down In the third game, which was
lost to the clubmen 776 to 834. The
scores made were:
1 2 3 Tl.
W. Christie 16S 162 145 475
Andreas 163 110 132 405
Shelton 146 109 168 423
H. Christie 156 165 17S 499
Houck 172 189 211 572
Totals 805 735 S34 2374
Fuentes 170 160 159 4S9
1 Barela 195 220 152 567
Alvarez 145 178 138 461
Avina 1S7 1S7 15S 532
Zozaya 162 166 169 498
Totals 859 911 776 2546
High game Barela, 220.
High total Houck, 572.
Thursday night El Paso will play
Cleburne in the telegraph match.
DR. VANCE BEATS BOGY.
Dr. James Vance put a severe crimp
in old Col. Bogy's best record at the
Country club Monday. Dr. Vance played
around in 82, which is one better than
the colonel has ever done the same dis
tance. This also beats the record of
S3, held by C. H. Leavell, for the course.
Will Now Face the Charge of
Swindling the Bank of Ja
lisco at Guadalajara Out
of Large Sum.
At 3 oclock this afternoon, Pablo
Yordi, who for more than a year had
occupied a cell at the county jail, was
marched from the prison to the middle
of the international bridge and there,
deputy United States marshal Hille
brand gave him into the custody of
the Mexican officials, who had fought
for his extradition and had won in the
court of last resort, the United States
supreme court at Washington.
Yordi is a Swiss, a man of education
and refinement, who made an ideal pris
oner and never once during the long
days of his confinement showed his feel
ings in the case. j
The crime with which he was charged
was swindling; the complaint was made
by the Banco de Jalisco of Guadalajara.
Mexico, the officials of which alleged
that he had secured $60,000 under false
The plan of the man who got the
money was a clever one and Yordi has
been extradited for that crime even
though he has protested that his has
been a case ofTmistaken identity.
It 1-5 alleged that while employed by
the Banco de Sonora at Heraiosillo in
the state of Sonora, Yordi wrote the
bank at Guadalajara that a certain man
would be there to secure money and then
prepared a letter of credit entitling mm
to the money In question. With this he
journeyed to Guadalajara, secured the
money and then visited a barber, where
the top of his head was shaved, and he
was shorn of his mustache so that even
the most critical of his friends could not
have recognized him. Yordi came to El
Paso and remained several days. Detec
tectlves here had been furnished his
description and Billy Smith, then chief
of detectives, saw the anan walking on
the street, recognized him and placed
him m jail. Yordi protesting his inno
cence and declaring he was not the man
However, he was arraigned before
United States commissioner W. D. Howe
and ordered extradited. The matter was
carried to the higher courts and finally
the order came yesterday that the su
preme court of the United States had or
dered him deported, so back to Mexico
he went this afternoon, to stand trial.
Had Good Cell. '
Yordi, during his imprisonment has
occupied the best cell in the conntv jail
JOHN L. A BENE
DICT FIGHTER i
Press Agent Weaves Pretty
Story of Romance About
I Boston. Mass.. Feb. 8. John L. Sulli
van, benedict. Having played every
other role from heavyweight champion
of the world, hero of two hemispheres,
candidate for mayor of Boston, vaude
villian monologist, and critic of things
pugilistic, old John L., his hair white
with many winters and more dissipa
tion, has taken the matrimonial count
for the second time. This time it was
the culmination of a real romance, as
all mariages of the prominent ones are.
Pretty plot sweethearts of youth, boy
took to prize fighting, girl refused to
have anything more to do with him, he
marries another girl, marriage un
happy, divorce follows; be goes blind,
she pities him and nurses him back
to health and sight, a marriage in
which he defies the religious obstacles
of his church and marries his first love.
Embracing- scene in center of stage,
It sounds mighty nifty and coming
from the one time and self styled
grand old man of the fight game, it is
a bit of olassy work for him to put
over at his stage of the game. The girl
in the case Is Miss Katherine Hart
net, a wealthy real estate owner of
Sharon. A trip to England is to be
the honeymoon and the happy couple,
John L. and Katie, are now on their
way to the honeymoon, having been
spliced by a justice of the peace Mon
day. "Ta-ta-tata-ta-ta-ta etc., (wed
ding march slow and solemn.)"
WHERE, OH, WHERE, WIIL THE
BIG TIGHT BE HELD?
Salt Lake City, Utah. Feb. S. After
Tex Rickard and Jack Gleason had held
an informal conference here Monday,
the statement was given out that the
place for holding the fight had not yet
been decided upon. J. P. Lyon, county
attorney of Salt Lake county, has given
the opinion that no fight of any kind
can be held under the Utah law as it
exists at present and the only way the
Jeffries-Johnson fight could be held at
Salt Lake was for the first law to be
COFFROTH AHEAD OF TIME.
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. S. Jim Cof
froth 1s expected to reach here from
England several hours ahead of his
schedule upon which he made a wager
before leaving England. He was at
Ogden at 5 p. m., Monday with IS hours
in which -to reach here, and it is ex
pected that he will arrive here at least
five hours ahead of the schedule. The
wager was for $1000. ,
POINT RICHMOND SELECTED.
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 8. A
peaceful meeting between the princi
pals and backers of the Nelson-Wol-gast
fight was held here Monday. Point
Richmond In Contra Costa county was
decided upon as the place for holding
the fight, on Feb. 22. Jack Guigan,
Ed Smith, Jack Welch, Eddie Graney
and John Herget were proposed as
referees for the fight but no decision
has yet been made as to the third man
in the ring
FREE FOR ALL.
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 8. A prize fight
between Kid Ashe and Jack Morgan,
which was started here Monday night,
ended in a free for all in which 500
men participated and in which two pv
licemen were roughly handled.
CHIVINGTON GETS A CHILL.
Louisville, Ky., Feb. S. President
Chivington, of the American associa
tion, has announced the appointment of
Ollie Chill, a Central league umpire to
the umpiring staff of the A. A. this
and it has been fitted up for him so that
he has had many comforts that will
probably be denied him when he returns
to the Mexican prison.
When Yordi came to El Paso there
caane with him his wife, a comely wo
man who attracted attention on tne
streets by her fine clothing. With her
came their little son, a boy of 4 years,
who resembles his father even more than
he does his mother. He is a pretty lad,
a child who did not know what the big
, iron doors of the county jail imeant, for
j each day he would go with his mother
to the big cell in the upper tier and there
visit with his father taking with him
j fruits and other delicacies.
j Wife Lives Near.
Mrs. Yordi and her sister secured a
home near the jail so that she could
visit often with her husband and every
day she called, nearly always taking the
little boy and sometimes a little Chi
huahua dog which she had purchased in
El Paso and even the dog made friends
There have been several jailors at the
county jail since Yordi was first taken
there and none of them ever heard a
complaint from him. When he was not
engaged in conversation with his wife or
his fellow prisoners who were federal
charges, he delved into his books, for
he was a student of languages and is
said to have mastered four, so that he
can speak all fluently. He learned much
English while here and. though this was
the most difficult of all. he speaks it
well, with a slight arwnt.
MANAG-F H OF CURTISS
IS IN THE CITY
(Continued From Page One.)
range for the appearance of the .aero
men there after the Phoenix meetinor.
Mr. Heiss will also return to Phoenix
tonight. An effort will be made to give
these promoters a definite answer this
afternoon to the offer that they have
made for the appearance of Glen Cur
tlss, the holder of a number of world's
records and the hero of the Reams
meeting at Bethany field. France, in
company with Hamilton and Wilfard.
alslo 'darlnir aeroDlane and s;i
I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
J disappoints those who use it or ob
signate cougns. coias una irritations of
the throat and lungs. It stands un
rivaled as a remedy for all throat and
lunir diseases. Sold by all drugjeists.
All that is new
Silks and Dress
cookery is no longer a fad. It's a necessity, and
how easy to make delicious and appetizing
dishes with the aid of
Armour's Extract of Beef
All this week the lady in charge of Armour's exhibit will teach you
how to use the chafer.
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J.Calishor DrjGocd Ca OmnijmtoJl
"WMe llrs. A. 31. Loomis and her sons
were at the El Paso theater Monday
night, burglars entered through the
front door of the home, 718 North El
Paso street, probably using a pass key
and ransacked, every room m the house,
getting away witli jewelry valued at
300 to $400 and about $30 or $40 in
ononey. The jewelry was mostly dia
monds and other precious stones.
Evidently the thieves were not ama-
NO SMOKER FOE
ELKS THIS EVENING-
Jack Dawson Gets Has Dates
Mixed and Has to Call
Back to your fireside Drothers, there
will be no smoker tonight. That Is the
C. Q. D. oij the S. O- S. message Jack
Dawson is sending out to his brother
Bill Elks today.
By some strange mbcup in his dates
Jack, who is the instigator and agita
tor of the Elks social sessions and
b.- ... m-msmm.
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
Stops Faliing Hair
Makes Hair Grow
Stops Failing? Hair
fVfakes Hair Grow
.T. O Ater Compact. Lowell. Maw.
tfT For Sepia Photos, and Mouldings
Til suitable for most any picture.
TUTTLE PAINT . GLASS CO
Our stock Saddles, Harness, Eifles, Shotguns, Am
munition and Sporting G-oods are all "Al." Gall
and examine same, or Trrite us. Mail orders given
prompt attention, j
SHELTON-PAYNE AR&3S C.
301-303 EL PASO ST.
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1AHY suffer vrith RHEUMATISM, nervous headaches and other nervous afl-
men ts, bad circulation and cold feet, when a $1.00 treatment -will cure you.
All drugeists sicn A LEGAL, BINDjNC CONTRACT with each sale agreeing-to
refund the money at the end of a thirty day trial if they are not satisfactory or fail
Are metal insoles, zinc and copper,
the same as a galvanic battery. The
zinc is worn in one shoe, the copper
in the other. The nerves themselves
are the connecting wires between the
positive and negative, and every nerve
of the body is fed a mild and soothing
current of electricity the entire day.
which positively cures.
in Spring Vash Goods,
Special Displays This Week
1 teurs for they distributed pieces of jew-
cirv xu various parts 01 me uouse. tne
pieces left behind being in every in
stance marked with a monogram or
some other mark by which they could
easily be identified.
Byrd Loomis tsaid this morning that
they believe the thieves must have en
tered the house sometime between 10
and 11:30 when there was no one at
smokers, discovered that it had been
but three weeks since the last one. As
affairs, it was up to Jack, the water
man, to recall the invitations 'for tl.e
little at home tonight.
Instead It will be held nest Tuesday
night at the same place and same hour,
which the Elks winter garden after
?tIOXTES case "postponed.
Tomas Montes was to have appeared
before United States commissioner Goo.
B. Oliver this morning to 'answer to
the charge of smuggling Chinese, but
the case was postponed until "Wednes
day morning at 9 oclock.
Does not Color the Hair
Docs not Color the Hair
Does not Color the Hair
Are mailable. If your druggist can
not furnish them, send us 51.00 and
we will see that you are supplied.
Money positively refunded if they fail
to cure. In ordering, state whether
for lady or gentleman.
WESTE8M ELECTR0?0DE CO.
Le Angeles, California