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Eyster's C O, D. Grocery
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
Two Bell Phones, 844 and- 823. Ind. Phone 1691.
No Special Sales, hut Lower Prices Every Day and
Every Week than Others on Special Sales. Every
Item Sold Positively Guaranteed.
Mountain Park Eggs (never 4 days old) per doz. . .30c
Strictly Fresh Texas Eggs, 2 doz. for 45c
Strictly Fresh Blue Ribbon Butter, 3 lbs for $1.00
Potatoes, positively the very best, 15 lbs for 25c
Onions (dry and good), 7 lbs for 25c
Valley Sweet Potatoes, 8 lbs. for 25c
10 lbs Cottolene for " .'$1.50
4 lbs Cottolene for - 60c
Eancy Bellflower Apples, 3 lbs for " 25c
3 doz Extra Good Oranges
Larger Oranges, per
dozen, 25c, 30c and
California Seedless Grape
fruit (large size), 3 lor
Eancy Bellflower Apples,
3 lbs for
Large Fancy Queen Olives,
Large Eancy Queen Olives,
Largest Size Itfll Pickles,
California Olive Oil, full
3 lbs Best Full Head Rice
8 lbs Best Dry Lima Beans
Fancy Fat IsTorway Mackerel (large size), each.
Welch's Grape Juice (new stock), all
sizes .'. 10c, 25c, 45c and 80c
3 pkgs good Macaroni, Spaghetti or Yermicellif or 25c
Our Special 0. O. D. Coffee (none as good sold
anywhere else) for 25c
Extra Good Quality Teas Gunpowder, English
Breakfast, Japan, Oolong, Ceylon, or Mixed,
per lb. ..-...... 60c
4 large rolls Toilet Paper (1000 count) for 25c
5 gals Best Gasoline for 85c
Highland Park and East El Paso Delivery Every
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery .
Ssh Francisco, Cal., March 21. Seats for the Jeffries-Johnson fight tvIU
rsage from $5 to $50, according: to an official statement by Tex Rlckard.
Tkere -will be 30,000 seats, aad it Is figured that there -will be more than
9659,009 la tke box office,
WITH THE RIFLEMEN
Shooters Have Discontinued
Shooting for Spoons --
The El Paso Rifle club held its cus
tomary weekly shoot at the range on
Mundy Heights Sunday morning'.
The weather conditions were not good
during the shoot on account of an er
There vppa eleven riflemen and some
Three Specials at the Big Eiaao
House This "Week.
THIS SHOULD INTEREST YOU.
Actually the best piano values
helncr offered in high grade
pianos in EI Paso today can be found
at our new store, 118 Stanton St., cor.
We call special attention to the
handsome cabinet grand- upright
Kingsbury pianpnow on exhibition
in our show window. Pianos of the
same quality sell everywhere when
new at $400. This piano has had
three months's use. Is absolutely as
good as new. Goes now at $275.
Terms to suit the buyer.
Two more equally as gdod bar
gains in flrstclass high grade pianos
on our floor.
"We are the manufacturers agents
for the following Tenowned pianos:
Sohmer & Co., Ivers & Pond, Behr
Bros., Krell, H. P. Nelson, Pease,
Adam Schaaf, Royal and Singer.
Where did you ever see as many dif
ferent makes of high grade pianos
represented by one firm.
Our prices are the same as Chi
cago and New York, and Tve save
you the freight. Ask for our easy
JEECKIXS PIANO CO.,
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE.
118 N. Stanton, Cor. Texas, El Paso,
j. tsjLU.:. iruuue -jjo, iillfcj J..
3 1-2 lbs Best Pink Beans
3 lbs Best White Beans
6 5ars Crystal "White Soap
5 bars Diamond C Soap
6 bars Pearl White Soap
for .f. .
4 bars' Fells Xaptna Soon
for .... .- t.
4 lbs Best Bulk Starch
2 1-lb pkgs Crescent Corn
2 2-lb cans Baltimore Stand
ard Pack Tomatoes for. . . .
3 cans Extra Good Iowa
Corn, for .
2 cans Extra Eancy Maine
"Fot-Itt .Ttitio Riffiw? Pa?. ex
tra good quality, for . . . J. i C
2-iD can jxrra iuair&y jiu- -a a
jiey Beans for
The Hixson medal contest was en-
1 itered upon and the following scores
were made out of a possible 25:
Pxlngle .' 21
Allen ... 2i
j Meagher 20
Bulwer ." 30
Wilburn ' .' !!!!.'!! I !io
Pennebaker '. . . : -. 19
Reherd t ; 19
Hopple ..:.... I.. ....... IS
Some practice was made ia-s follows:
Pennebaker ...... -. 20-21-18
Milburn ." 21-18-
Allen .............. ......... . . .21-22-22
Bulwer .' 20-21-1
The spoon event has been discon
tinued and a new prize contest will
soon be opene3. The details are not
yet worked out but probably will be
in about a week or so.
FIGHTER AND WRESTLER
IS 3IATCHED AT GLOBE
Globe, Ariz., March 21. Billv Welch,
former lightweight pugilist, has re
ceived word that Al Chrirtensen, the
heavyweight fighter and champion
wrestler of the south will arrive in
Globe, about April 1 on his way to Los
Angeles, where he expects to get a
chance at Jim Flynn.
During Christensen's stay in Globe
it is planned to pull off a series of
wrestling matches as prize fighting is
against the law. and Christensen has
authorized Welch to arrange for him
to meet two or three local wrestlers in
Acting for Christensen, Welch has of
fered Ed Husson a match, Christensen
agreeing to throw the local man three
.times within an hour or forfeit 100.
BEDWELL HORSES WINNERS
AT THE EMERYVILLE TRACK.
H. G. Cedwell continues winning
purses at Emeryville, Cal., as he did at
the Juarez track. Saturday, Rlghteasy,
a Juarez favorite in the handicap
events, won the Woodland handicap.
Lord Clinton and Keep Moving also won
purse events, making it three winnings
for the Bedwell stable at Oakland.
READY FOR SPEED CARNIVAL.
Daytona, Fla., Marcn 21. Tuesday
morning the big automobile racing car
nival will open here. Barney Oldfield Is
here with his big Benz, Walter Christie
has his Monstar, Bruce Brown with his
120 horse power Benz and Ben Kersher
with his Vanderhilt cup winner Darracq
will contest for the one mile world's
championship and the five mile world's
championship free for all. v
Buy Gulf Reflninsr stove gasoline for
I automobiles. It's best by test
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I v aVH ff 9 ff P 8 A W JP3 F a J K I P" I 5 & f S H S 91 "fl3 0 Q R
Livie, El Paso Expert, Also
Wins From the Douglas
and Bisbee Experts at the
Dr. Vance plus the El Paso golfers,
won the friendly match from the War
ren district Country club iteam Sunday
at the duly golf course- The differ
ence was bift 4, the El Paso 12 men team
making1 IS points to the Bisbee team's
14, Nassau count. Dr. Vance made the
18 holes in 82, going out in 43 and back
in 39, making his total fine better than
bogy and adding three points to the
total team score.
In the professional purse match be
tween liivie, of the El Paso club, Adams,
of Douglas, and. Marshall, of Bisbee the
El Paso expert won the match, winning
from Marshall - four up and three to
play and from Adams three up and two
to play. This gives Livie the cham
pionship of the southwest, as he de
El Paso Out In. TI. Pts.
Vance 43 39 S2 3
Wilmarth -....44 42 SB 3
(Alias) R. C. Sparks 44 42 S6 3
Davis 47 51 96 3
Leavell 50 46 96 1
Morehead .50 48 9S 0
Crowder 49 46 95 0
Houck 43 41 84 o
Neff 52 48 100 0
King 51 46 96 1
Potter . 48 50 98 1
L'Mormon Boys Come in With
Second Honors, Playing a
Fine G-ame and Showing
Good Team Work.
P. W. u
Bisbee high school 2 2 " )
Colonia Juarez 4 3 1
Y. M. C. A. 5 3 1
El Paso high school .. 8 1 2
A.&M. 2 0 2
Military institute 2 0 -2
Basketball championship honors for
all the southwest go to the Bisbee high
school, dark horse of the Southwestern
Athletic federation meet Friday and
Saturday at the El Paso Y. M. C. A. To
the team of Mormon players from
Colonia Juarez go second honors.
Speed and skill are credit dues to tha
Arizona school team. The Mormon
players had the skill without so much
of the speed. In the final play Saturday
night the Arizona and the Mexican
boys met in probably the most thrilling
game of local basketball history. The
Mormons outweighed the school players
and at times outplayed them. But Ari
zona came out with a 19 to 5 score.
There Is no question but that Bisbee has
won the shield trophy by superior play.
The Bisbee team played two games
with a full day between, making a wel
come handicap, especially over the Mu
tual Improvement association team,
which played four games in all. A still
greater endurance test fell to the Y. M.
C. A. team which played five games
during the two days' meet, four games
of which were played after 3:30 Sat
Here is the BIsbee-Mormon team
scores for the final game Saturday
Bisbee H. S. Goals Goals Pnts.
J. O'Malley, F 3 0 6
Bentno, F 0 0 0
W. O'Malley, C..., .-..3 1 .7
Hurst, G ,....j..0 0 0
Champion, G 2 2 6
Goal Goal Pnts.
..2 6 10
..0 0 0
..0 1 .1
M. I. A.
Li. Taylor, F
Conover, G 1 0
H. Taylor, G 1 0
Tha El Paso Teams.
It was a close margin in" the fight for
third place between the Y. M. C. A. and
the El Paso high school teams, which
occurred Saturday night. Here is the
Y. M. C. A. Goals Goals Pnts.
Block. F 1 5 7 9
Snyder, F ... 0 4 4
Jones, C 3 0 6
Miller, G 0 0 0
Haile, G 0 0 0
Andreas, F (2d h.) 4 0 8
High school. Goals Goals Pnts
Loretz, F 2 0 4
Lyman, F ? 2 5 9
Shea, C 4 0 8
Grady, G 1 0 2
L. Thomas, G 0 0 0
Awarded .t 0 0 1
Y. M. C. A.-Monaon Boys.
It was a hard battle between the Y.
M. C. A. and the M. I. A. The teams
were of almost equal weight and
height. Both teams were well tuckered
by-the previous games. The association
team had played four previous games,
while the visitors had no substitute
players. Here is the score:
M. I. A. Goals Goals Pnts.
Skousen.F 7 4 18
L. Taylor, F 4 0 8
Richardson, C 0 0 0
Conover, G 1 0 2 J
H. Taylor, G 0 0 0
Total i 28
T. M. C. A. Goals Goals Pnts.
Snyder, F (1st h.) 1 2 4
Block, F 5 2 12
Jones, C 3 0 6
Beers, G (1st h.) 0 0 0
Hale, G (lst.h.) 0 0 0
Miller; G' (2d h.) 0 0' 0
Use Supreme auto oil. Cheap in price,
best in quality. Gulf -..efining Co.
feated two of the best experts in the
west in his match Sunday. Adams was
formerly with the Hindsdale Country
club of Chicago and returned Sunday
evening to that club to take charge of
the golf course as expert for the sum
mer. Marshall is rom the Onwentsie
Country club of Chicago and this is his
first winter with the Warren District
club. Both of these men have western
reputations as expert golfers and Livie's
second victory over the professionals
puts the local expert at the top of the
list in the cactus country- In addition
to his record Sunday, Livie made a
drive of 340 yards recently with a
Glory-Dimple ball, which established a
record for driving in .this section.
The playing of the El Paso 12 men
team in the match with the Warren
District team was a surprise to the
local followers of the game, the- first
four men on the list defeating their
opponents. The Bisbee players and their
friends returned Sunday evening over
The scores made in the friendly match
Bisbee " Out In. Tl. Pts.
Pelton 47 .. .. o
Lewis 44 52 96 0
Harrington 55 51 106 0
Douglas 51 50 101 0
Sherman 43 51 94 2
Wilton 46 .. .. 2
Chapman . . .. o
Curry 50 46 96 3
Gohring 52 44 96 0
Allen 48 44 92 0
Potman 47 48 95 2
Landen 51 47 gg 2
n 8ii finiiTiBissp-p
Andreas. F (2d h.) 2 0 4
Atkinson, G (2d h.) 0 0 0
The Saturday Games.
The two big men teams met for the
first time at afternoon play Saturday,
with the following scores:
ft J- - Goals Goals Pnts.
Skousen, F 6 g 20
Li. Taylor, C 5, 0 10
Richardson, C 0 0 0
Conover, G 2 0 4
H. Taylor, G ......2 0 4
. Field Foul
x. M. C. A. Goals Goals Pnts.
Block, F 2 0 4
Snyder, F o g r
Miner, c :::::::s 0 i
Atkinson, G 1 q "
Andreas, G 0 0 0
Jones, C 0 0 0
It was close play Saturday afternoon
heteen the Y. M. C. A. and the A. &
M. college. Only two points lay be
tween the final scores. This is the way
. Field Foul
1- M. C. A. Goals Goals Pnts.
Block, F 1 0 2
Snyder, F ".2 7 n
Jones, C .3 0 6
Beers, G 3 0 c
Andreas, G 4 0 8
A. & M. Goals Goals Pnts.
Haggart, F 4 5 13
Eede, F 6 0 jo
Thomas, G and C 2" 0 4
Blaine, G 0 0 0
Meyer. G 0 0 0
Clayton, C 1 0 2
CONTEST FOR MEDAL IN
THE Y. 31. C. A. GYMNASIU3I
Finals in the Intermediate gold
...v.v.u.4 wvntcu U.L LJie i. -VU J. A. win
take place Friday evening at 7 oclock.
At present places are held as follows:
Homer Thorns, first place; Roy Se
mear, second, and Lamar Thomas,
The Friday night play will be as
follows: Running high jump; three
standing broad jumps; running high
dive; 440 yard run.
PICTURES OF THE WHITE
SOX, MADE IN COLORADO
Large mailing cards have been sent
by the Driver & Rio Grande lailroad,
showing the Chicago White Sox In uni
form for ihe first time this season. Two
large sonia prints of the White Sox
special taln parly arc shown, taken in
the Royal gorge, Feb. 27, while the
White Sox special was passing through
this famous scenic canyon.
The Sox are showing in their road
uniforms with the white stockings
plainly in evidence. The players are
surrounded in the picture by the base
ball writers and friends.
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vote for must be written on each coupon. Coupons must be mailed
ilat and not rolled.
XOT GOOD AFTER
I UP Tfi n m
Ulfl 10 Ll U
Al St. Brom Arrives in Six
Days From Albuquerque
Two Ifiindred and fifty-four miles in
six days, eight hours and 10 minutes
is the record established by Al St.
Brown, who today celebrates his 51st
birthday anniversary in El Paso and
who arrived here Sunday at 20 min
utes after the noon nour, finishing his
walk from Albuquerque N. M. whence
he departed Monday March 14 at 4:10 In
He claims to have made the follow
ing time: First day, 31 miles; second
day 46 miles; third day 52 miles; fourth
day 50 miles; fifth daj', 55 miles; sixth
day, 20 miles.
Until he commenced his trip to El
Paso on a $200 wager, St. Brown had
been for a year and a half employed as
a bookkeeper by an Albuquerque ce
ment company, having gone to that city
from Laramie, Wyo., where he had re
sided since he left New York in his 2Sth
He says that he learned to walk
while a member of the Olympic Athletic
club in New York while he was in his
'teens and continued for a few years
but has done no walking of consequence
for 20 years past.
St. Brown Is a man of mdium height
and both his hair and moustache are
iron gray while his eyes are also deep
gray. On his trip he wore an ordin
ary brown suit, using the coat only at
night a blue shirt on which were
sewed the American and Irish flag,
leggins and rubber heeled shoes.
He carried no extra weight except
a tij, cloth covered canteen holding
three pints of water and weighing
about a pound and a half when, full.
On his walk he followed-the Santa
Feright of way through from Albu
querque and all along the route the
crews of the trains gave him water and
offered to permit him to ride but he
says he declined to take advantage of
this latter offer because he had made
a wager to walk.
If you chew tobacco, try walking as
a cure says St. Brown. ''The first day
I took two chews but af ter that I had
no use for the weed; it dries your lips
and causes them to split open."
He also said that in order to cure
sore or tired f2et he found mustard
baths the best application which he
could find and used them frequently on
First race, four and a hall furlongs--EHanetta
-nfon; Sir Kearney second;
Picolata third. Time, :55 4-5.
Second race, seven furlongs Fore
guard won; M. J. "Whelan second; Sand
piper third. Time, 1:2S 2-5.
Third race, six furlongs, purse Pan
toufle ivon; Xelon second; Jack Parker
third. Time, 1:114-5.
Fourth race one and onefourth miles
Green Seal ivon; Solemnia second;
Taboo third. Time, 2:05 3-5.
Fifth race, seven furlongs Kander
won; Bozerrian second; Silverin third.
Time. 1:27 4-5.
Sixth race, six furlongs Strike Out
won; Ida Do second; St Jeanne third.
Time, 1:12 2-5.
Seventh race, mile and a sixteenth
Ardl won; Hans second; Offlo third.
Time, 1:46 1-5.
First race, futurity course Paul Clif
ford won; Rosamo second; Hampass
third. Time, 1:12. '
Second race, futurity course Lord
Clinton won; Miss Picnic second; Beau
Man third. Time, 1:14 4-5.
Third race, 6 furlongs, selling
Orelio won: Thistle Belle second; Ser
vience third. Time, 1:14 4-5.
Fourth race, mile. Woodland handicap
Righteasy won; Phil Mohr second; Or
bicular third. Time. 1:42.
Fifth race, mile and 70 yards Keep
Moving won; Col. Jack second; Incle
ment third. Time, 1:46 3-5.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs
John H. Sheehan won; Myles O'Con
nell second; Galvesca third. Time
First race, five furlongs Michael
Beck won; Scotch Lass second; Trappe
third. Time, 1:05 2-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs
Percy Taylor won; Alberta second;
Sallle Savage third. Time, 1:11 3-5.
Third race, six furlongs Carondolet
won; Morpheth second; Fleming third.
Time, 1:19 2-5.
Fourth race, seven furlongs Lois
Cavanaugh won: Merman second; Bobby
Cook third. Time, 1:32 4-5.
Fifth race, seven furlongsi Nebulous
won; Red Hussar second; Cobmosa
third. Time, 1:32 2-5.
Sixth race, mile and 70 yards San
Primo won: Dunvegan second; The
Clown third. Time, 1:52 3-5.
MARCH 31, 1010
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ceries from Us at Wholesale Prices
50 lbs. Select Colorado Irisb Potatoes for.
100 lbs. Select Colorado Irish Potatoes for.
2 dozen Presh Texas Eggs for
Pure Creamery .Butter for
4 lb3. Pink Beans
3 lbs. Lima Beans
5 lbs. Broken Head Rice
3 pkgs. City Soda Crackers
for , t
3 pkgs. Graham Crackers
1 full quart can pure
Imported Olive Oil for..
Large Queen Olives (m
bulk) per pint
Tlnrf-mno .Tama fn TTnf im-3
all flavors, for )C
Pure Jellies, all flavors,
2 glasses for
3 lbs. Prunes
3 pkgs. Macaroni
2 pkgs. Ralston Grits
Easter Eggs and
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BELL PHONES 901-367 . AUTO 1901
Bzzzzzzz No, it is not the sound of
the yellow fever mosquito, just the
hibernating "baseball bug back in El
Paso to start something for the benefit
of the fans. April 0 is set as the day
for hia official aviation at "Washington
Park, when Cananea will come up from
the copper camp with the strongest
team in years and endeavor to show the
"White Sox of El Paso what real live
This was decided upon at a meeting
held Sunday at which there were pres
ent D. O. O'Donovan. of Douglas. Vic
tor "Walling, of Cananea, ilcKee, of Bis- J
bee, Robert Krakauer, E. E. Neff, Harry
Potter and Edgar Kayser of El Paso.
They also set down the following
schedule of games to be played in El
Paso, and also the games El Paso will
play out of town, up to and Including
July 5, after which the dates will be
extended, continuing for at least two
At El Paso.
Cananea, April 9 and 10.
Douglas, April 16 and 17.
Bisbee, April 23 and 24.
Cananea, May 7 and 8.
Douglas, May 14 and 15. '
Bi3bee, May 28, 29 and 30.
Cananea, June 11 and 12.
Douglas, June IS and 19.
Cananea, July 3, 4 and 5.
El Paso 'Will Play,
At Cananea, April 30, May 1, June 25
At Dougfas, May 21 and 22.
At Bisbee, Juno 4 and 5.
The diamond at "Washington Park has
been treated to a series of floodings and
Sunday the fire hose was turned on tha
diamond to soak the ground. Today it
is being rolled and care of this nature
will be taken of the ball ground
throughout "the season so it will always
be 1n first class condition.
LOS AXGELES BEATS THE
"WHITE SOX TEAM NO. 1
Los Angeles, Cal.. March 21. The
"White Sox No. 1 were beaten yesterday
by Los Angeles by the 2 to 1 story.
Score: R. H. E.
Los Angeles -. 2 3 2
Chicago 1 3 0
Batteries: Tozler. Nagle and Smith,
Grindle; Olmstead and Block.
POLO IN CALIFORNIA.
San Diego, Cal., 'March 21. .The Twen
tieth Hussar team, of England, yesterday
defeated the Riverside team of Los An
geles in the second day's tournament of
the Southern California Polo and Pony
Racing association. The. score was 14
to 2. Burlingame and a Hermosillo,
Mexico, team are playing today.
KLING GETS A SHOAV.
Cincinnati, O., March 21. A meeting
of the national baseball commission will
probably be held Thursday to determine
the position to be taken in reference to
the case of Johnny Kling. catcher. Au
gust Herrman, of the commission, Is au
thority for the statement.
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KAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED
2 cans Crown brand. Im
ported Sardines for
Jockey Club Sardines, finest
sardines packed, per can
Game Cock Salmon Steak,
2 cans for
3 cans Red Raven -Tall
fancy Salmon for -r
2 cans Yellow Free or Lem
on OKng Peaches for
Gallons Y. F. Peeled
Peaches, per can
3 pkg3- Kellogg's Corn
Jello, we have it in all
flavors, per pkg
"Walter Bakera' Chocolate,
Large juicy Lemons,
3 large Grape Fruit
P. & F. Molasses,
Regal Syrup, maple flavor,
2 pkgs. self raising Buck
wSieat Flour for
Egg Dyes for Sale
210 - 212 St. Louis St.
TVESTON NEARS TOPEKA.
Topeka, Kan., March 21. Edward
Payson "Weston, the veteran walker, at
12:01' oclock this morning resumed his
eastward journey, after resting all day
at Emporia, Kan. "Weston expects to
reach Topeka before sunset.
Fully nine out of every ten cases of
rheumatism is simply rheumatism of
the muscles due to cold or damp, or
chronic rheumatism, neither of which
require any internal treatment. All
that is needed to afford relief Is the
free application of Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Give it a, trial. Tou are certain
to be pleased with the quick relief
which it affords. Sold by aH draggfsts
Mills building will
be received by
HORACE B. STEVEMS, Agi,
of PURINA POULTRY F9B&S. OS
tre a mixture of otct& doeen varierJaa
of erains and seeds. They contaS
absolutely no gri$ which xaakea
js-efafht. They contain absolutely s
burnt ;aoramtitty wheat YoarcMc
ens will thrive upon this f ecdiFs tm
experiment, but a practical feed io?
practical poultry raisers. COBW aft
ad uk for a sample of it.
0. G. Seeton &