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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, March 4, 1910.
FRESH EVERY DAY
These cakes are strictly home made and placed in
our store fresh every day.
White Nut Layer Oake
Chocolate ig Layer Cake
Caramel .Layer Cake
White Fig Layer Cake
. . Chocolate Layer Cake
Price, per whole calve $1.00
Price, per half cake 50
ANCHOVIES IT KE&S.
Just received fresh shipment of extra fine Ancho
vies in small wooden kegs. Per keg, 35c.
Direct from the Connell Ranch every .day.
"best and freshest eggs you can possibly get.
Only 40c Per Dozen.
FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT.
Extra fancy, sweet and .juicy. Each 10c.
These are new crop, extra fancy potatoes.'
pound 12 l-2c.
Fhone 151. 210-212
We have all sizes
to put them in
Onr stock Saddles. Harness, Bines. Shotguns, Am
munition and Sporting Goods are all "Al." Call
and examine same, or write us. Mail orders given
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
H 301-303 EL PASO ST.
60 Cents a Pound
(Just Pecans and Syrup J
40 Cents a Pound
C- 3. PICKREIX, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Is Your Stenographer's Time Worth
Anything? If it is, get her a
NEW FOX VISIBLE
and it will be worth snore, for time is
moncv, and to save time is to save
THE FOX AGENCY
207 Mesa Ave. Phone 783.
$2.00 to $3.50
$1.50 and $2.00
$1.25 to $2.00
SEE OUR WIN
Cor. Mesa and
Texas St. Auto 1151.
and good glaziers
on short notice.
NEW MEXICAN IS
JAILED IN J TJABEZ
Gave the STame of Oscar B.
Wood, Postmaster at
A New Mexico postmaster is in jail at
Ciudad Juarez, if what he .ays is true.
And it looks very much as if it were.
Oscar B. Wood, of Chamberino, is -the
way he gave hi name and address to
the Mexican police. Oscar B. "Wood is
postmaster at the New Mexican city.
And the man in the Juarez jail says he
is a postmaster, too.
According- to the Mexican authorities,
"Wood struck customs inspector Flores
as the official was making his inspec
tion through last night's departing train
on the National railways of Mexico.
"Wood was a passenger and responded to
the inspector's questions with a slap in
the face, it is alleged. Police were call
ed and then Wood punched a burly Mex
ican copper, according- to the copper.
This morning "Wood said that he did
not remember anything- about it at all.
Authorities at Juarez hare wired gov
ernment officials at the national capital
for advice regarding the case.
ACTIVITY IN THE
TOYAH OIL BELT,
Land Owner From There Is
Here Today on Deal With
Ford Cotten, an extensive land owner
i in the Toyah oil belt, is in the city con-
Ifering- with Houston and Beaumont oil
men with :i view of selling an interest
, in his holdings. Mr. Cotten in speaking
; of the oil possibilities of Toyah, said:
"Yes, there is plenty of oil and in high
ly paying quantities at that, and what
surprises me is that there is no more
inte'rest shown than there is.
"The oil Is there.' and several shallow
wells are working now, and several have
asserted that the Producer! company
has struck it rich. However, there is
one thing- that cannot be denied, and
that is the advance in the values of the
land in the oil district.
"Land that was selling from $10 to
20 an acre before oil was struck, is
nowselling for from 150 to $200 an
"The Producer's company has secured
640 acres more land in the oil belt, and
is sinking another well Just north of the
S. C. Shearer, traveling passenger
agent for the Denver & Rio Grande,
arrived in El Paso this .morning for a
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL?
You can easily sell .It. Call Bell 115.
Auto 1115, tell the girl what it is ana
The Herald will sell- it. No bother, no
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
disappoints those who use It for ob
stinate coughs, colds and irritations of
the throat and lungs. It stands un
rivaled as a remedy for all throat and
lung diseases. Sold by all druggists.
IlSElf FOB EL PASO'S TEI
. - .
Prominent American Educa
tor Wants It Played in
Indianapolis. Ind., March 4. Baseball
should be an important part for the edu
cation of children and every school boy
and every school girl should play the
great American game, is the opinion of
W. A- Stecher, director of physical train
ing in the public schools of Philadel
phia as expressed today before the Na
tional Educational association.
Each school should have a baseball
club and the clubs should visit each
other's grounds in tne fashion of pro
fessional leagues. Mr. Stecher said: la
creased attention must be paid to
strengthening the bodies of children if
their mentality is to improve and of all
games, Mr. Stecher said baseball pro
vides the best and safest exercise.
RAPING- RESULTS. '
First race, three furlongs Gold Fish
won, D. H. Carpenter second, Lord Wells
third. Time, 0:3S 3-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling O. K. won, Yankee Pooh sec
ond Cantrine Montour third. Time,
Third race, five and a furlongs, sell
ing Waterbury won, Eminola second,
Ealeshed third. Time, 1:10 4-5.
Trmrth mc. five and a half furlongs,
selling Fundamental won. Our NuggetJ
second, Bonnie Bee third. Time, i:uv t-o.
Fifth race, five furlongs, selling
Captain Glore won, Sir Ashton second,
Firebrand third. Time, 1:03 1-5.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling IJom
Dolan -Kion, Bobby Cook second, Hoyle
third. Time, 1:17 2-5.
First race, futurity course, selling
Ibex won, Sepulveda second, Radiation
third. Time, 1:11 1-5.
Second race, six furlongs, selling
Thistle Belle won, Roy, Jr., second, Mar
burg third. Time, 1:13 s-5.
Third race, mile and 70 yards, selling
Ed Ball won, Bishop W. second. Des
perado third. Time, 1:45 2-5.
Fourth race, five furlongs, Oakville
handicap Pajaroita won, John H. Shee
han second, Madman third. Time,
Fifth race, mile and 70 yards, selling
Woolen won, Col. Bert second, Mike
Jordan third. Time, 1:44 1-5.
Sixth race, six and a half furlongs,
skiing Duke of Milan won, French
Cook second, Acquia third. Time,
First race, Breeders' purse, five and
a half furlongs Zeoa won, Comedienne
second, Hazlet third. Time, 1:12 l-o.
Second race, three furlongs, sel"nS
Starins won, Blue Mouse second, byi-
van Dell third. Time, 0:38 3-5.
v Third race, seven furlongs, selling
Havre won. Silverin second,xFore Guard
third. Time, 1:35.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Catroke won. Miss Sly second,.
Kid third. Time. 1:12 3-5.
Fifth racd. six furlongs, selling
Lord Nelson won, Coouey K. second, Joe
-i--t, 4-V.tfl Time 1 17 4-5.
Sixth race, mile' and 70 yards, selling i
xr,mi AiP-ni won Joseph second.
Great Jubilee -third. Time, 1:45 1-5. Jo
seph disqualified and placed third.
LEADERS UNCHANGED IN
BOWLING CONGRESS EVENTS
Detroit, March 4. Still the leaders
of the three American Bowling congress
events remain unchanged. But new faces
are appearing in the singles and. at
second place in the five men teams.
Tht Libertys, of Rochester, N. Jl.,
proved best of the first squad in the
five men event, rolling 2789, 14 plns be
low the 2S03 of the leading Colonials
of Madison, Wis.
T..,T.-i- Sirton. individual champion or
1909, was beaten with 181. 229 and 177.
' T-ccrr,nn nf Detroit, was the leader
' of the four squad9 which shot in the sin
gles. His b-i-L caone iwuuu " . -tieing
George Oakey, of Madison, "Wis.,
for the lead.
The Bonds, of Columbus, O., had the
best score of the second squad of five.
TTnor the- lpndprshin of Albert 1-ip Sel-
j bach, the veteran baseball player, the
Bonds rolled 2753, whicn gave tnem tem
porary possession of fourth place.
HIGH SCHOOL LOSES TO
Y. M. C. A. IN BASKETBALL.
The high school second team lost to
the Y. M. C A. Reds in City league
t i,l,oll nlnx-'nt thp Y. M. C. A. last
' night. The score was 33 to 15. It was
awful, "perfectly lierce, wnat me as
sociation reds did to the blues. It was
94 to 14, and only too true. Now the
high school team is leading, with the
reds as second. The two leading teams
will meet Saturday night at a free
game. If the reds win it will be a tieup
for first place. The Military Institute
team will play the A- and M. college
before the second team work Saturday
night. At the first game the local
school lost to the agricultural boys.
THE RECORDS 'IN THE
BIG BICYCLING CONTEST
Buffalo, N. Y., March 4. For the first
time a break occurred last night In the
ranks of the . six day bicycle riders.
After an noun's sprinting the Demara
Stein and Hill-jDrobach teams gained the
lap. At midnight their record for" 40
hours" going was 924 miles, one lap.
The rest of the field had covered 924
miles with the exception of one team.
NEW BOWLING SCHEDULE.
A new schedule card for the three
men bowling tourney at the Y. M. C. A.
has been adopted. Beginning next,
week the teams will play regularly each
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Entries are open for the Individual
championship to begin March 9. The
play will be arranged so that any wo
men may bowl at any convenient time.
MOTHERS OF HIGHLAND
PARK TO HAVE MEETING
The Mothers' club of Highland Park
will meet Thursday evening at the High
land Park school to discuss the follow
"Arousing Lazy, Indifferent Chil
dren," by Miss Helene Street. "Do We
Give Children Credit for Being Reason
able Human Being""""
Executive Committee of the
Baseball Club Will Start
Campaign for Funds
Good Players in Sight.
A playing manager, an executive or
ganization, an option on the 'Washing
ton park grounds, xhese are the first
three steps that have been taken to fur
nish El Paso with independent baseball
At a meeting of the? baseball sup
porters which "was held in the office .of
the Electric Railway company last night,
it was definitely decided to employ
Frank Harbuck, the Shreveport scout to
be playing manager oi tne ii ra!,u
team. An executive committee composed
of H. S. Potter, manager of the El Paso
Electric Railway company. Edgar Kay-
ser, cashier of the First rsauonai ua.u.,
"Rnhprt TTrnkfliipr. of Krakauer. Zork &
Moye. and E. E. Neff, of the E. E. Neff
company, were selected as the executive
committee to attend to the business
Transactions of the club.
To Raise Money.
The next move in the baseball game
is to raise sufficient money to finance
the team for the season. The plan for
this is to make the subscriptions popu
inr in nrflpr that nh fan may con
tribute to the cause of baseball in El
Paso. The executive committee wants
at least $3000 subscribed to the cause
before a contract is signed with Har
buck and as soon as this amount is sub
scribed the Shreveport baseball scout
will be employed to come to El Paso
and take active charge of the baseball
end of the game-
Shreveport has a number ot me ut
players in the southwest sewed up in
contracts to report to Shreveport for
spring practice and El Paso will get
a number of these players when the
weeding out process begins. This does
not mean that El Paso will get players
who are unable to make good, but rath
er the men who show so much promise
that Shreveport wants to take care of
them and have them where they can be
had on call. This will insure El Paso
a good team as a number of the stars
of last year's El Paso team are signed
with Shreveport this season.
May Present White Sox.
TV. S. Crawford, who managed the
White Sox team the first of last season
and also arranged for the appearance of
the Chicago White Sox here. Is at Santa
Rosalia Springs on a pleasure trip. He
has written to the promoters of base
ball offering to turn over the dates for
the appearance of the Chicago team
here as he says he is out of baseball
in El Paso. His offer is being con
sidered and it is probable that Comiskey
and his crowd will be arranged for by
the executive committee which was se
lected at the meeting last night.
HERALD WANT AO
Want AdB Received and
Papers on Sale at These
Herald want aas may te left at anr
of these branch offices throughout the
city. The cost Jor this service Is the
same as at The Herald office. Heralds
ob 'sale at each of these agencies.
Angelus Hotel news stand.
J. A. Robertson, aruggist, 407 North
Carr Drug Co., 108 South El Paso
P. H. Curran Book Store. 215 San An
Gammei pub. Co., 420 San Antonio
Fred Harvey news stand. Union de
pot. Luckett Cigar Store, corner St. Ijoula
and Mesa avenue.
Robertson's Drug Store, 108 South
a'heldon hotel cigar s&ad.
St. Regis hotel cigar store.
Schafer's drug store, 115 San An
Trust Building cigar store.
Ward's Drug Store, 109 Saa An
"Wood's confectionery. 105 North Ore
Boulevard Drug Store, corner BouSe
vard and Fl rence street.
Grayson Drug Co corner Campbell
street and Boulevard.
Highland Drug Store. Highland Park.
Octavia Drug Store, corner Octavla
and Boulevard streets.
Anayas Grocery Co., 419 South Vir
East El Paso Drug Store. 2911 Ala
Park Confectionery Co.. "Washington
Park. . c
Mexico Sales Co.. 53 Comerci'J St,
C. Juarez. MpvIco.
Rock Island train No. 3, due at 3:o0
this afternoon, is reported three houTs
late. No. 1 on the Rock Island, due at
10:40 tonight, is reported two hours
late. No. 2 on the G. H., from the west,
duo at 6:10 p. m., is reported two hours
New radishes, Jackson's.
Fruit Drops, 15 Cents.
Saturday, only, we will sell our own
make of 25 cents a pound delicious
fruit drops for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
Fresh shrimp. 25 cents a pint. Jack
son's. Phone 353. n
Young onions,' Jackson's.
Office Chief Quartermaster, Denver,
Colo., March 1. 1910. Sealed PrP
in triplicate will be received here and
at office of the Quartermaster at each
post below named, until lis a. m., April
1, 1910. for furnishing W' Z"1
Coal, Blacksmith's Coal and Charcoal
required during the fiscal year ending
June 30. 1911, at Fort Apache, Fort
Huachuca and Whipple BarracksV?,r!"
zona; Fort Logan and ?.?:
rado; Fort Bayard and Fort Wmgate,
New Mexico; and Fort Douglas and
Fort Duchesne, Utah. Information rur
nished on application here or at otiices
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
do the work whenever you require their
aid These tablets change weakness
into strength, listlessness into energy,
gloominess into joyousness. Their ac
tion is so gentle one don't realize they
have taken a purgative. Sold by all
1 AV i h
Specials For Saturday
15c GINGHAMS 9c
Xew Dress Ginghams in all sorts of
new color combinations. Regular
price is 15c a yard; all day
Toilet Goods Section Basement
Colgate's Floating Bath Soap, Jf Wood Violet Ammonia, highly Q
per cake OC perfumed, 15c size, for. . . : Zf
15c bottles of Witcb Hazel Q Williams' Shaving Soap, the O
fr ";; " T , 5c cakes, for 5C
Bradlev's Woodland iolet Talcilm
Powder; regularly 20c; spe- lOL "20 Mule Team" Borax, extra Q
cial tomorrow XC special tomorrow only, pkg...
hfM mmtammacam gjuni e m """""a"a
of respective post quartermasters. En
velopes to be marked "Proposals for
Fuel at "
J. W. Pope. Chief Q. M.
Kills Three DIen.
Citronelle. Ala., March 4 After shoot
ing and killing Joseph Stokes, Charles
Goldman and David Gortman, farmers
living near here, Lawrence Odom, cat
tleman at the latter's place, surrendered
to a'deputy sheriff.
Fresh strawberries, Jackson's.
Green chili, Jackson's.
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, ror reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. "Work guaranteed.
Bell peppers, Jackson's.
Special, ladies purses, shopping DaS.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Nice ess plant, Jackson's.
Forces Rate "War.
Guthrie, Okla,, March 5. Through
its corporation commission the state of
Oklahoma proposes to . exhaust every
available means to maintain its railroad
rates, which were recently enjoined by
federal judge Hook. The commission
has Issued subpenas for 16 railway offi
cials, demanding their presence in
Guthrie, March 15.
New cauliflower, Jackson's.
Fruit Drops, 15 Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell our own
make of 2o cents a pound delicious
fruit drops for 15 cents a -pound.
Potter DrnK Co.
New beets, Jackson's,
Fresh shrimp. 25 cents a pint. Jack
son's. Phone 353.
Ripe olives, 35 cents a pint, Jackson's.
Dr. Starker, 318-319 Caples Bldg..
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
Clean spinach, Jackson's.
Fresh white celery, Jackson's.
Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases of
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg.
New cucumbers, Jackson's.
The Queen Spanish restaurant has
moved to 207 E. Overland. Fine Span
ish dinner and Mexican dishes. Open
until 10 p. m.
Ripe olives, 35 cents a pint, Jackson's.
C. I.. Eillinston. 70S Magoffin. T&l. 1489
painting, .paperhanging, decorating.
New tomatoes, Jackson's.
I wish to express my most sincere
appreciation of the many tokens of love
an desteem for the one who Is gone, and
the sympathy so kindly extended to me.
S. C Aivbrey.
Brussels sprouts, Jackson's.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and "Wyoming.
New turnips, Jackson's.
R. B. Bias Fuel Co.
Wood, coal, feed, cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
street. Phones: Bell 849; Auto, 1849.
California head lettuce, Jackson's.
Smallpox on Ship.
San Francisco, Cal., March 4. The
We cannot say too much in praise of onr present
showing of millineiy. In fact, we can't say
enough. From the many splendid millinery of
ferings here, we have selected for tomorrow one
group at an unusually attractive price. These
are dress and tailored hats that you will consider
$12.50 and $15.00 hats. For q N
Saturday and Saturday night Jr MH
shoppers the price is ?JJJ
NOTE Special attention is called to
Hats, Yeils, Drapes, etc., for those in
15c BLACK HOSE 10c
Women's fast -black cotton hose, fall
fashioned, made with double heels,
toes and soles, wortih 15c a - fJi
pair, special tomorrow J
JCalislier.Dry.Goods Co. XJncorps&ied)
armored cruiser "Washington, on which
four deaths occurred from smallpox,
steamed into port, flying the yellow
flag, and anchored off quarantine.
After tho smallpox victims on board
are removed to the marine hospital, the
warship will be thoroughly fumigated.
Dr. Willis R- SmitH, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building-
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
Ricardo Doyo, a 16yearold machinist
helper, died Thursday at his home, 910
South Campbell street. Funeral serv
ices were held this afternoon, Rev. J. M.
Solomonville. Ariz., March 4. Mrs. I.
E. Solomon entertained at dinner for
Mrs. Chambers, of Danville, 111.
Berl Judia and wife returned to El
Paso after a week's yisit with Mr.
Mrs. Mary Heverson, after a visit
with her father and mother, has re
turned to Tombstine.
Dr. Chambers, after a short visit with
his son, "W. PL Chambers, has returned
to Illinois, leaving Mrs. Chambers for
a longer visit.
Attorney Gunn, of Danville, 111., after
a visit here, went to Globe before leav-
ing the countyn
TRAVELING Ekj fASOAlSS
,May find the El Paso Herald on sale
at any of the following places:
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel News
stand; Arthur Hotallng, No. 1 Park.
Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad
way and 42d street. 140A Broadway.
WASHINGTON. D. C. The Raleigh
and the Ebbltt; Columbia News Agency
and Nahl News Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North
ern News stands, Queen City News
stands and Empire Naws stands.
PHILADELPHIA The Bellevae, Penn
News Co.. S33 Pearce St.
PITTSBURG, PA. The Iiincoln ar
the Schenley Park.
BUFFALO. N. Y. The Iroquois.
ST. LOUIS Planters Southern and
Jefferson Hotel News stands.
KANSAS CITY, MO. The Yoma
News Co.. Hotel Baltimore News
stand, Coates House News stand.
ST PAUL. MINN. The Hotel Ryan.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. The West
DENVER. COLO. The Brown Pal
ace, the Albany, S. Wldom and West
en News stands.
SEATTLE, WASH. International
News Agency, corner of First avenue
south and Washington street; also
southeast corner of Second avenue and
Cherry street, near Alaska building.
Aclne News Co.
OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Co.
wagons, Hale News Co.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Louis Book
store. At Sam Rosenthal, S3C Houston
' MEMPHIS, TjsiNN. World Yoma
MEXICO CITY Blue Book Store. The
CHIHUAHUA. MEXICO Roberto
Schneider. American Photo and Sta
JIMINEZ, MEX. Parral News Co.
PARRAL. MEX. Parral News Co.
CANAN'EA, MEXICO D. E. Conger's
News stand (La Mesa).
TUCSON, ARLS. A. Pool. News
A SWOLLEN JAW
is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
it's caused by neuralgia, toothache or
accident, Ballard's Snow Liniment will
reduce the swelling and relieve the pain.
The great and sure cure for rheuma
tism, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds any
and all aches and pains.
Sold by all druggists.
65c Hose 33c
Women's Sample Hose drum
mers' samples 300 pair in all.
Every color is included and al
most everyl kind embroidered
cotton hose, drop stitch lisle
hose, silk lisle gauze hose, plain
Maco cotton hose, fancy color
ed hose, fancy lace lisle 'hose.
Values to 65c a pair; on sale
tomorrow and as long OQ
as they last OOC
90c Hose' 39c
Women's -Sample Hose includ
ing Hand Embroidered Gauze
Lisle Hose, Fancy Drop Stitch
Lace Lisle Hose, Silk Lisle
Gauze Hose and all sorts of
fine hose in black and colors,
worth up to 90c a -pair; on sale
tomorrow, choice QQ
G. A. TACOT DISMISSED.
G. A. Tacot, held here on information
that he was wanted on the charge of
wife desertion, has been dismissed. The
police received word from Philadelphia
that while a warrant was out f-ur Tacot
they could not locate the prosecuting
witness, and it was presumed in Phila
delphia that she was on her way here.
Tacot when arrested said there was
nothing to the charge as he had been
receiving letters from his wife In Phila
delphia. WANT ADS BY TELEPHONE.
The Herald has arranged to take
want ads by phone. Call Bell 115,.
Auto 1115 up to 2 oclock daily. Your
ad will be received. Inserted promptly
and collected "or next Jay.
SI50 TO S400
Who have been selling High Grade Pi
anos In L.1 Paso, Texas, for over 23
years, and are now groins: oat of the
piano business, and have to close out
about forty pianos at ono to make
room on account of remodeling their
building. We will never buy any motvj
pianos, and this is a real closing- out
sale of Pianos and all musical instru
ments. Sheet Music and Musical Mer
chandise, except Talking Machines and
GOOD NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS FROX
GOOD UPPRIGHT PIANOS
9100 TO 3153.
PIANQLO PIANO PLAYERS $375 AND
W. G. Walz retires from active busi
ness. W. G. Walz company will cut down
their many lines to Talking Machines,
Phonographs. Spalding & Bros.' Ath
letic Goods, Eastman Kodaks, and
goods that belong to these lines, and
will occupy one store room and two
Everything else goes at reduced
Our Curio Business for sale at cost
Harry T. Walz and Wm. G. "Walz, jr.,
will do the work hereafter and the olu
man is going fishing.
FIRESTQ8E AUTOMOBILE TISES
C. D. FBEEMAK
312 Mesa Ave.
EL PASO CYCLE WORKS