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'Monday, February 14, 1910.
Bsvrc ri iVi ft Prize Fights and Golf, I "D n r. ;
. (Herald's Sporting News By N. M. Walker). j
Thursday to be Souvenir
Bay -Long Shots Win
Only 16 racing: days remain of the
first midwinter meeting; of the Juarez
Jockey club. At a meeting: of the
stewards following Col. Matt Winn's
trip to Chihuahua, it was decided to
close the meeting: on March 1, as orig
inally planned. ' It was at first pro
posed to continue the meeting: for one
week after the closing: dates because of
the one week that was lost during: the
snow storm before Christmas. But the
probability of there being: wind storms
following: the first of the month causea
the men at the head of the jockey club
to decide upon the original date as the
time for closing the track across the
Gov. Creel Coming.
Two more feature days remain of the
present meeting. On Thursday souve
nir day will be celebrated at the track.
This is an annual event at the big race
courses and is" to be made an annual
event at Terrazas park. Tete Clark,
the man who calls the horses for the
form chart, is in charge of the work of
editing the souvenir booklet. This Is
to be in three colors and will contain
pictures of the plant, of the horsemen
and officials and horsemen who have
participated in the initial meeting. On
the closing day of the midwinter meet
ing, governor Enrique C. Creel, tr.
Luis Terrazas and party from Chihua
hut, are expected to attend the races
at Terrazas park, coming to Juarez on
a special train from Chihuahua. The
closing day is being planned as a fea
ture day of the entire meeting.
Long shots were the order Sunday at
the track. Tiflis, a 40 to 1 shot, won
the fourth race- He came on with a
rush after Plume, the best of the bunch,
was cut off at the turn for home, win
ning by three-quarters of a length.
Deuce, a 15 to 1 horse, also won the sec
ond race while Alarmed and Lykers,
winners of the first and fifth races,
were 8 and 5 to 1.
First race, selling, threeyearolds, value
to first, 5225; 6 furlongs Alarmed, 96
(J. "Wilson) won; Judith Page, 101,
(Goose) second; Deerfoot, 104; (Rice)
third. Time, 1:14. King Rover? Tip-,
ster, MuxloWj Cesarllass and Banlady
Second race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, value to first, $225; 6 furlongs
Deuce, 108 (Austin) won; Succeed, 99
(Hoffman) second; Myrtle Dixon, 103,
(Molesworth) thirds Time, 1:13 4-5f
Oplnlonjinjiicle Walter," Royal Ben, j
Mollie Bohn, Usurper and Ed Tracy i
Third race, selling, threeyearolds,
value to first ?225; 6 furlongs Luke
Cates, 110 (Molesworth) won; Cathryn
Scottr 105 (Rice) second; Camera, 108
(Creevy) third. Time, 1:13 4-5. .
Fourth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward; value to first, $225; 7 furlongs
Tiflis, 106 (Smith) won; Plume, 102
(J. "Wilson) second; Billy Taylor, 109
(G. McCarthy) third. Time, 1:27. Mau-
retania, Gunston, True Sif, Hollow aiiu
Fifth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward; rvalue to first $zt: 6 fur
longs Lykers, 110 (Molesworth) won;
Kopek, 108 (Rice) second-; Joe Ehrich,
115 (Louder) third. Time, 1:13 1-5.
Sixth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward; value to first ?225; one mile
Fantastic, 108 (Garner) won; Sensible,
100 (Benscoten) second; Busy Man, 99
(J. "Wilson) third. Time 1:39 2-5.
Anne McGee and Lotus Eater ran.
RUBE WADDELL GETS A
DIVORCE FROM HIS WIFE
George Edward, better known as
Rube TVaddell Is a free man once more.
At least be thinks he Is, although he is
sewed up tight in a contract with the
St. Louis American team. Rube was
granted a divorce from Mrs. Rube In St.
Louis, his wife failing to appear against
him. The charge of abandonment,
which his wife brought against him in
Massachusetts, is still pending and it
may be necessary for Rube to skip Bos
ton when the St. Louis team is on the
road in order to avoid arrest on this
TrRK, JAP AND TEXAN WRESTLE
AT JUAREZ THEATER TONIGHT
Patrons of the mat are interested In
a bout to be pulled off tonight at the
Juarez theater. Luis Rahaim, a Turk,
w'll meet EL Tada, a Jap, for a first
time meet of five rounds. The work
will be jiu jitsu, at which the Jap, on
-account of his nationality, should ex
cel. After the bout the winner -will
immediately meet Phil Brack, a Texas
champion. The work tonight will be
the first of a series of Greek-Roman,
Jfu-Jitsu and Catch-Catch bouts.
Ms Pals, Csi-
ix. is. Z-.
Cun aoae Trouble. Also
Eczema and Rheumatism.
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BLAGG- WINS UNDER
DUG AW S HAEB BIDE
Winner of Overnight Handi
cap Tries to Loaf on
,Blagg was driven to win the over
night handicap Saturday by little Ed
die Dugam. Blagg wanted to breeze
around the course but Dugan took him
in hand at the barrier and worked on
his ribs until Blagg made a game ef
fort to run out from under his sad
dle and leave the boy with the whip.
He finished two and one half lengths
ahead of his field, with Gypsy King
challenging and Lomond, Enfield and
Ocean Queen trailing. The going was
a bit choppy, both Lomond and En
field being Interfered with during the
running. Lomond made up distance
when free of hindrance but was too
late. Ocean Queen should not have been
In the first race Comal ran away
from his field with the black boy Aus
tin up. He made Seasick seasick trying
to follow while Judge Shortall, Flying
Pearl and the rest were in the also ran
list behind Dandy Dancer, third.
First race, selling, fouryearolds and
up. Value to first, $200, 5 furlongs
Comal, 112 (Austin), won; Seasick, 110,
(Rice), second; Dandy Dancer, 110,
(Molesworth), third. Time 1:06 3-5.
Judge Shorthall, Flying Pearl, R. Q.
fSmlth, High Street, Regards, Virginia
Lmdsey. Pride of Castle and Lady
Second race, selling, threeyearolds,
value to first -4225, 6 furlongs Fusi
leer, 110, (Rice), won; Father Eugene,
104, (J. "Wilson), second; Rio Pecos, 114
(Louder), third. Time 1:13. May Bride,
Genova, Alva B. and Cesarilass
Third race, purse, maiden twoyearold
fillies, value to first $300, 3 furlongs
Ilzie, 105, (Molesworth), wan; Kin
folks, 105, (Rice), second; Mary Rudd,
105, (Kennedy), third. Time 41. Owen
ita. Ink, Dreamy, Coed, Ilwahani, Ex
actly, Ciola and Miss Dooly ran.
Fourth race, handicap, fouryearolds
and up, value to first $300, 6 furlongs
Blagg, 116, (Dugan), won; Gypsy
King, 105, (Kennedy) second; Lomond,
95, (Garner), third. Time 1:12 4-5. En
field and Ocean Queen ran.
Fifth race, selling, fouryearolds and
up, value to first $225, 6 furlongs-
Apologize, 105, (McCahey) won; Busy
Man, 106, (Rice), second; Clint Tucker,
102, (Garner), third. Time 1:13. Exe
cute, Gladys Louise, Ethel Day- and
Sixth race, selling, fouryearolds and j
up, value to first, $225, one mile The i
Slicker, 101, (Molesworth) won; Har-
dylson, 96, (J. Wilson), second; Alten
berg, 98, (Hoffman), third. Time 1:40.
Cheswardine, Altemberg, Dene, Albion,
Knight Blaze, Almena, and Engraver
First race, about 3 furlongs Magic
Miss won; Ella Bryson second; Louise
B. third. Time 34 4-5.
Third race, 5 furlongs, selling Sallie
Savage won; Filli Ford second; The
Ram third. Time 1:04.
Fourth race, 5 furlongs, -selling
Bobby Cook won; Bunky second; Clois
teress third. Time 1:10 1-5.
y Fifth race, 6 furlongs, selling Hoyle
won; Sir Walter Rollins second; Bone
brake third. Time 1:17.
Sixth race, 1 miles, selling -Vanen
won; Bannock Bob second; Great Ju
bilee third. Time 200 3-5.
First race, 3 furlongs, purse Mon
crlef won; Edmond Adams second;
James Mc third. Time :42 4-5.
Second race. o?. furloners. sellmer La
Salle won; Harold Jr., second; Carthage j
third. Time 1:10.
Third Tace, mile, selling Fulfill won;
Forty Four second; Captain Swanson
third. Time 1:45.
Fourth race, Lincoln birthday hand!-
cap, l miles Great Heavens won;
Eye Bright second; Hill Top third. Time
Fifth race, 6 furlongs, selling Wape
noca won; Royal, Captive second; Ben
Double third. Time 1:16 1-5.
Sixth race, 1 3-16 miles Oberon won;
Billy Pullman second; The Mink third.
First race, 6 furlongs, selling Likely
Dioudonne won; Pitklll second; Elect
rowan third. Time 1:15.
Second race, 6 furlongs, selling
Rapid Water won; Fordello second; Jim
Cafferata third. Time 1:15 4-5.
Third race, futurity course Sir Bar
ry won; Salvage second; Ellerd third.
Time 1:13 2-5.
Fourth race, futurity course Ham
per won; Goldennin second; Orelic third.
Time 1:11 3-5.
Fifth race, mile and 20 yards Keep
Moving won; Meltondale second; Rose
vale third. Time 1:44 3-5.
Sixth race, 5 furlongs John H. Shee
han won; Gilbert Rose second; "Virgie
Casse third. Time 1.01 3-5.
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB.
COth Day, Tuesday, Feb. 15,
First race, selling, six furlongs
Louisa F., 95; Restitution, 100; Edna
Edwards. 100; Flying Pearl, 100; Anona
100; Dick B. B., 102; Verges. 102; Re
gards, 102; Coatcutter, 102; Frank
Clancy, 102; Tod. 102; Egotist, 105.
Sqcond race, selling, 'five and a half
furlongs Johnny Wise, 98; Dan Norton,
100; Genova, 100; Interpose, 100; Sis
cus, 101; Bob Lynch, 102; Alve B., 105;
High Culture, 106; Charles Fox, 106;
May Bride, 109; Rio Pecos, 110.
Third race, selling, twoyearolds. four
furlongs Mary Rudd, 97; Cat, 102; So
lito. 104; Brave Withers, 105; Juarez,
105; Morning Song, 105; Rue, 106; Ba
lella. 107; Candy Kid, 104, b. g., Jack
fourth Tace, "handicap, seven fur
longsCol. Bob, 94; Orbed Lad, 96;
Early Tide, 98; Gypsy Kins:, 102: Lady
Esther, 105; Black Mate, w)5; Glorio.
Fifth race selling, sis firriorjj.
Feckless, 95; Pops, 97; Sea SjckPleX
Succeed. 100; Ollle Burnett, 100; R. Q.
Smith. 102; Deck Vestal, 102; Elder, 102;
Cheswardine, 104; Pelham, 109; Sabado,
109;'Arcourt, 109. -
Sixth race, selling, one mile Alten
berg. 97; Bon Ton, 99; McNally, 99;
Joe Ehrich, 102; Approbatfe.-lOS'&Light
House, 104; Gerry.mander, -104;" The
ouviu:i, J.u-ij Ottti iicna. n. i
GOLF MATCH IS
PLAYED FOE DINNEE
Edwards Team Loses to the-
Wilmarth Team at the
To lose a golf match is not a fatality.
To pay for a friend's dinner is likewise
not considered fatal. But to lose a golf
match and pay for a dinner, the victor
and the diner being one and the same
person. Is rubbing it in a bit don't
you think so? At the Country club, J
where all golf matches are played, the
"Wilmarth team romped over the caliche
course with the Edwards team, Sunday.
In plain horse talk, or rather golf
talk, the "Wilmarth team won the din
ner match from the Edwards team, the
total score being 19 to 8. Small as it
was. Edwards had a consolation score
to tell the folks about, for he defeated
the captain of the opposing team by a
2 to 1 score. The. dinner, whlcl .was
paid for by the members of the losing
team, followed the match.
In addition to the dinner match, the
monthly medal day was celebrated by
Dr. James "Vance, P. J. Edwards and J.
C. Wilmarth tying for the medal with a
score of 87. This will be played off
The lineup and scores made at the
dinner match were:
"Wilmarth team. Edwards team.
J. C. Wilmarth... IP. J. Edwards .. 2
Dr. James Vance 3 "W. V. Sterling... 0
C. H. Leavel 3 "Waters Davis .... 0
T. P. Morehead.. 3 A. W. Houck 0
X F. Williams. . . 0 E. E. Neff 3
L. M. Perry 3 "George Trost ... 0
Gus Trost 3 Wm. Pettlcolas. . 0
J. B. Kllpatrlck. 3 F. S. Stewart . . . 0
J. I. Edwards 0 J. E. Bachtel . . . 3
Total 19 Total 8
Individual scores made during the day j
were very good. Dr. Vance made 79,
"Waters Davis tied bogey with an S3 and
several rounds were played In 87.
WEATHER GOOD SUNDAY
FOR THE SHOOTERS.
Paul "Wins the Hixson Medal nnd Bul
wer Captures the Spoon 14 Ri
flemen in the Contest.
The EI Paso Rifle club held its cus
tomary weekly shoot ac xhe range on
Mundy Heights Sunday morning.
The weather conditions were good
during all the morning.
There were 14 rifleniea present nnd
the following scores were made in the
Hixson medal even:
In the spoon contest the following
scores were made out of a possible of
Newton '. ........... 31
I Bulwer 32
Pennebaker . 31
Meagher and Bulwer being tied on
32, a shoot-off was necessary. On the
first round Bulwer made 5 and Meagher
4 and this gave the spoon for the day
LATONIA RACE COURSE IS
SOLD TO ST. LOUIS 3IAN
Cincinnati. O., Feb. 14. The Latonia
race track sale was announced offici
ally today, and It Is understood that
entenslve improvements will be made
Cant. C. A. Tilles. of St. Louis, is said
to ocntrol 90 percent of the stock by the
purchase from G. B. Cox of this city,
congressman Joseph Rhinok, Harvey
Meyers and others of Covington.
It is announced that the Latonia man
agement will use the Pari-Mutuai sy.
tern during the spring season. Capt.
Tilles says he will improve the track
In many ways. He formerly was at the
head of -the Adler-Tilles racing syndi
The Students Were to Have
Served Chocolate, But
Milk Is Stolen.
Agricultural College, N. M., Feb. 14.
The members of the class of '13, thb
freshmen, gave a valentine party re
cently, in Hadley hall. The evening
was pleasant, tne crowd congenial, so
a good time was enjoyed.
In a guessing contest Sidney God
dard of ilesilla Park won a prize. The
valentine idea was followed as closely
as possible. The games were of this
nature and the ice cream was white
with red hearts in the center. The
other refreshments were home made
calces, apple salad and sandwiches.
There was to have been chocolate, but
during the dance someone got away
with the milk. The freshmen thought
this was a poor trick.
The hall was decorated in '13 pen-
nants, in purple and gold, the colors
of the class. The freshmen have taken
an active part In every line of college
activity this year, showing that they
had some very capable members. In
a recent debate they defeated the jun
iors upon the tariff question.
J. W. Knorr, of Fai-mington, has
been elected manager of the baseball
team for the coming j'ear. Knorr is
a new man in the school, but is quali-
ttlfcajjWsfLTL the position. Claude Henry,
an um smaenr tctne college, is ar
ranging the scheduf.
The members of the second prepar
atory slass gave an entertainment in
Las Cruces lately. Thls-ccflnsisted of
skating party. Light " rejfffeshments
TO sayxraA ' Vi-'
The college catalog foV-thef coming
school year of 10-11 Is beinsr nlrenared. I
-ear of 10-11 is being prepared, j
LAS CRUCES AND
I BASEBALL MEN-
National League Magnates
Will Probably Favor a
New York, X. T., Feb. 14.- The base
ball magnates of the National league
got together here today for a prelimin
ary skirmish over the season's schedule.
The directors are divided as to whether
the clubs shall play the usual number
of 154 games or stretch out the season
from early April until the middle of
October, to cover 168 games.
The advocates of a shorter season
seem confident today that their views
would prevail. A determined stand for
a longer season by Ebbetts, of Brook
lyn, and Murphy, of Chicago, neverthe
less, was expected.
The baseball fans are looking for. a
number of interesting trades during
It is believed that catcher -Kllng, of
Chicago, will be reinstated at this meet
ing. I.ONG DISTANCE RUNNERS
TO RUN 15 UIILES TONIGHT
New Tork, N. T., Feb. 14. Seven
crack long distance runWrs will toe
the chalk in a 15 mile struggle In Madi
son Square Garden tonight. The start
ers will be Hans Holmer, Quebec; Fred
Meadows, Guelph, Ontario; Paul Acooa,
Grenfels, Sask.;JIm Crowley, Ireland;
Gustav L. Jungstrom, Sweden; Percy
Sallen. Toronto, and Charles Muller,
FRENCH BICYCLIST MEET. j
Paris, France, Feb. 14. The Interna
tional cyclists' union, now in session
here, has set the dates of the cham
pionship contests as July 17. 21 and 24.
They also will be held in Brussels. The
1911 meet will be held at Turin. The of
fer of the American delegates that
cyclists be authorized to appeal to the
international union where the national
bodies refuse licenses was rejected.
"Wants "Wrestling: Match.
Rockier, the wrestler, is back from
Mexico and is looking for a match.
Rockier says he conquered all the
wrestling worlds there were to be con
quered in the manana land and wants
to frame up a match with some local
mat artist. As there are no such per
sons in these parts as far as known,
Rockier will have to migrate if he gets
TWO FALSE .ALARMS.
-There were two fire alrams turned
in Sunday but In neither case could
any fire be found. The first alarm at
3 oclock Sunday morning called the
Sunset company to the Sunset school.
At S:30 Sunday evening the Central
and Mesa companies were called to
the corner of Myrtle avenue and Camp
bell street, but no fire was found there.
V St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 14. Jim Jeff
at Virginia, Minn. He attended a ski tournament at Dulutfc today and to
night Ttill leave for Snn Francisco, where he ivlll go Into training for the fight
with Jack Johnson.
CROSS COUNTRY MOTORISTS
LEAVE EL PASO TUESDAY
"Walter H. Hansen and party, wfro
made a record from the Atlantic to El
Paso In a big 75-horse power touring
car will depart for California early
Tuesday morning. The Hansen party
has spent a number of days here visit
ing the interesting spots of the two
sister cities of the border.
R. L.. Manning, professional automo
bilist of this city, will act as a guide
foBthe party between here and Deny
ing, where a desert guide will be pro
cured for the Los Angeles run.
HIGH SCHOOL WINS ANOTHER
GAME; HAS PERFECT RECORD
The school basketball team won an
other victory Saturday night when it
defeated the Y. M. C. A. Blues in the
city league tournament. The high school
made 36 points while the Blues were
making 25. The high school has a clean
The data from the different depart
ments is being filed in the college of
fice. An alumni list is being prepared
by J. O. Miller, the registrar.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall of Tularosa
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clay for
several days. They are here to look
at the valley with a view of invest
ing. There is plenty of water In the
ditches and the farmers are busy plow
ing and irrigating preparatory for the
Discuss Warehouse and Are
Addressed by Las Cruces
Anthony, N. M.,' Feb. 14. The Berino
Anthony Farmers' association held a
meeting Saturday to hear the reports of
the comittees on roads and warehouse.
A. R. Coleman, of the Mesilla Valley
chamber of commerce, of Las Cruces,
addressed the meeting and explained the
work of campaign to secure settlers for
the entire valley and urged the mem
bers to join the chamber and assist in
this important work.
A letter was read from the superin
tendent of the Santa Fe railroad regard
ing site for warehouse and the rightof
-way. An offer of Royal Jaekman for a
site was received. Both were refe-red
to the committee.
Plans were discussed for Incorporat
ing the association.
Mrs. Olive Story was a visitor at Las
Sltnflnv visitor.. Trnyr- T t
fa - miv. A. nnnflinW; t a.?.a
and Jiminie Brooks.
-nn n,nia bi -.-& iortn
Douglas Is Trying to Secure
Headquarters of the
The work of organizing the El Paso
baseball club is now in progress and
a 'meeting of the stockholders will be
held as sooii as the canvass for stock
subscriptions can be made. A meeting
was held Sunday of a few of the leaders
in the movement to organize baseball
Jr T7!l Tacr an n pnmmlftw rnrfle aD
pointed to call on the supporters of j Judge J. R- Harper today heard a mo
baseball and ask for subscriptions, tion in case of C. B. Bell vs. J. P. Casey
These subscriptions are to be $10 a share ! jr., to set aside an injunction and dis
and each share 'carries a vote. E. E. cliarge receiver George Flory. Judge
Neff, Edgar Kayser, E. P. Kepley, -were j Walthall had heard two previous mo
appointed a canvassing committee to tions in this case and did not care to sit
take charge of the work of raising tne
A subscription list will also be cir
culated In addition to the stock sub
scription list to which small contribu
tions to the cause of organized baseball
in El Paso will be received. This will
be for the benefit of the fans who do.
not care to subscribe to the stock, but
do wish to assist in having good base
Kepley and Neff were appolntted a
committee to confer with the other cities
of the southwest regarding their enter
ing the league. Those present at the
meeting were: E. E. Neff, E. P. Kepley,
J. F. Patton, Edgar Kayser, Robert
Krakauer, C. B. Feagin. The date for
the meeting of stockholders will be an
O'Donovan for President.
The Douglas and Bisbee papers are
filled with baseball talk since Leon
Kahn and Frank Harbuck were at
Douglas to confer with D. A. O'Dono
van regarding the position of the Doug
las team In the league. O'Donovan is a
candidate for the presidency of the
league, the Douglas papers say, and
Douglas will also make an effort to
have the headquarters of the league lo
cated there. They claim that city is
centrally located and would be easy of
access for the officers of the league and
Bisbee is lined up for organized base
ball and it is thought that Globe, Mo
renci or Tucson will also come into
the cactus belt baseball game. Cananea
Is not yet decided and a conference will
be held soon with manager Walling of
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll In El Paso.
ries closed his theatrical tour last night
record of winnings, having won every
game played in the city league and lost
but one game and that to the A. & M.
college team. The association Reds de
feated the Southwestern shop team by
a score of 54 to 15.
BOXING AND WRESTLING-
Denver,, Colo., Feb. 14. Finals of the
Inter-Mountain Amateur boxing and
wrestling championships were held. In
the auditorium here last night. The
tourney brought out the biggest field In J
local history 69 bouts, and 13 cham-
New Tork. N. T., Feb. 14. It appears
as though the National baseball leagua
would not regrant the contract Of W. J.
Murray, manager of the Philadelphia
club. Murray has a two '-oar contraci
at a salary of 57500 a season. The mat
ter wl oe settled smoii.
HERALD ON SALE IN LAS
CRUCES, N. H.
Freak A. Harrier, A seat, opposite
Dally Herald oh sale by Las Cracen
Brag Go., Camejao'a News Staaa,
Many of Them in El Paso.
Yaw Concert Enjoyable.
Las Cruces, N. 5L, Feb. 14. The wom
en of the Cathonc church .will serve a
Mexican supper on the evening of the
22nd in the Amador building on Main
Gen. B. J. Viljoen will deliver a lec
ture on the reminiscences of the Boer
war in the Methodist cpurcn on next
Friday night, the proceeds to go to
wards liquidating the parsonage debt.
Don't forget the Bell RInsers, 26th.
On next Saturdaj- night the women of
the W. C. T. U. will hold in the Baptist
church a Francis E. "Willard commemor
ative meeting. A very interesting pro
gram has been arranged.
Town clerk Rodney H. Fry has been
quite1 sick at "his home the past few
days from a severe cold.
5llss Ethel Marteeny, who Is attending
a business college In EI Paso, came up
Friday to attend the Philathea-Baraca
class social and to visit the family oi
her brother, George E. Marteeny.
Samuel Manasse has returned from a
two weeks purchasing trip to New York
city andAther eastern points.
The Ellen Beach Taw concept Saturday
night was largely attended and was a
crreat treat to Las Cruces music lovers.
J. D. Isaacks is over in the Sierra i
Blanca country looking after his cat
tle. Mrs. J. C. Hodges and cousin. Miss
Rlckstetter, went down to EI Paso this
E. P. Smith went down to El Paso yes
terday to spend the day with hls-family.
Don Nestor Armijo is "in El Paso today.-
Judge F. W. Parker and Jack Davis
went down to their ranch near Anthony
LAS CIU7CES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Feb. 14. The fol
lowing guests are registered at the hotel
Don Baruardo: Dr. R. Glaze, Douglas;
G. W. Edwards, El Paso; B. F. Panky,
Lamay. N. M.; A. G. Lorency and wife,
Kansas City; E. B. Elfers, El Paso; ,G.
E. Hart, New York; George E. Blaine,
Indianapolis; Charles E. Vinson, Chica
go; F. D. Quigley, Chicago; J. D. Rey
nold, Midland, Tex.
Park hotel arrivals: Newton Holloway,
St. Louis; Mrs. Urllaj. El Paso; W. P.
Dudley, Winchester, Ky.; A. P. Brown.
New York; B. P. Sanches. Raton, N. M.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Judge A. M. Walthall, Presiding.
Owing to the absence of John More
land, a state's witness, the case of Fred
Barnes, the negro barber charged with
murder, was continued.
J. Al. Power, embezzlement: on trial.
A. G. Foster et al vs. Wan. Hosier suit
for partition; filed.
J. At. Bower, embezzlement, on trial.
41 ST DISTRICT COURT.
Judge J. R- Harper, Presiding.
B. B. Jones vs. Santa Fe Railroad Co.,
jury returns verdict for plaintiff in sum
of 2000. Plaintiff sued, for being put
off the train.
again, so he and judge Harper changed
places. Judge Harper denied the motion.
L. H. Haslett vs. A. T. & S. F. Ry.,
suil for $75,000 damages; filed.
E. B. McClintock, Presiding.
R. L. Dorbandt, assault, pleaded guilty
and fined $17.50.
The bar committee has set the follow
jon-jury cases, 41st district court:
"February 23, 1910.
6850 Alfred R. Fritch vs. E- Kxause.
6971 Bank of Chicago Hts. V3. So.
Ind. Tel. Co.
7254-r-First Xat. Bank vs. First Xat)
7289 Z. L- Cobb vs. Theodore Ardoin.
7625 J. S. Book et al vs. J. R. Bond.
7635 F. C. Barnum vs. Antonio Ba
rela. 71582 Cervantes vs. Montalvo.
7691 State Xat- Bank vs. J. F. Mxtch
hn. 7692 State Xat. Bank vs. C. X. Bas
7X593 First Xat. Bank vs. J. F. llit
ehini. 7694 C. X. Bassett vs. J. F. Mitehim.
7695 Fst Xat. Bank vs. C. X. Bas
7754 American Xat. Bank vs. Avinia,
7842 F. S. Ainsa vs. Rosalie Bahnert.
7846 Antoinette Dwyer vs. Barney j
7909 Bettie F. Thompson vs. B.
Monday, larch 7, 1910.
619S Man- C. Meredith vs. T. C. !
7673 R. PL Thome vs. T. B. Dockerv.
34th District Court.
The first two (weeks of the ATaroh
term to T?edevoted to civil docket.
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LAS CRUCES, N. M.
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OSCAR C SNOW, Prea. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Pres. ana Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
Suit for $75,000 damages was filed
against the A., T. & S. F. this after
noon in the district court bj L. H.
Hazlett, of Las "Vegas, N. M.
The petitioner sets .forth that on
October-21, 1909 while employed by the
defendant company as switchman he
was on top df a car when he was
knocked off by an object unknown to
him, was thrown off and under the
wheels. He sets out that both legs
were so badly crushed they had to be
amputated below the knees.
The petition states the plaintiff is
22 years of age.
THIRTEEN OVERCOME AND ONE
KILLED BY ILLUMINATING CAS
Chicago, 111., Feb. 14. Illuminating
gas killed a woman here last night and
overcame thirteen others. Annie Miller,
24 years of age, was found by the po
lice in a hotel, dead, and her compan
ion, Annie Evans was found -dying In
the same room.
Twelve persons at the home of Henry
Kolkey where a dancing party had been
held almost all night, had retired when
a defective gas pipe poured fumes Into
tthe crowded quarters. The howl of
a baby saved those who are now alive
The baby was crying for something to
eat. All -will recover.
HELD ON THEFT CHARGE.
Manuel Gonzalez, charged with theft
under $50 was arrested by the police
today. Gonzalez is alleged to have
taken $18 worth of silk dress goods
from Calisher's. The police say the
goods were found in his possession.
Palace Cafe, H. B. Thosapsoa,
El Paso Herald Offices.
A. H. Richards, Jeweler.
International Book Co.
Wm. Moeller, Real Estate.
IiObby Cigar Stand.
H. Ii Howell, Re&L Estats,
agent Herald Bldg.
T. . a A. Iiunch &ad Rt
John Brunner, Tailor.
J. F. Milner, C E. E. 3.f repre
senting the White Sands Co.
Miss Pauline Hilpert, Dre
R. L. Nichols, Attorney at T&w.
Colorado Life Assurance Co.,
E. McMillan. Gen. Agent.
Southwestern Portland Cement
The Public Stenographers Co..
Mrs. Jessie E. M. Howe and Miss
Ruth "Williams. Proprietors.
The Wm. Jennings C., Engi
neers and Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ, Scien
tist, Reading Rooms.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson, Mrs. Wih.
Noble, China Decorations.
Drs! Satterlee & Satterlee. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlee and
Dr. .Nettle Satterlee.
Carter & Robertson, 21111, Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
The Standard Home Company.
E. L. Joseph, District Manager.
Mrs. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra,
jtne Ludlow-Saylor Wire Co.
J. E. Robertson, Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper Valley
J UV A. Courchesne.
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