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:EL PASO HERALD
12
Thursday, March 24, 1910.
Watson's Groceries Are Famous for Quality
Specials for This Week
FERNDELL COFFEE
ljgVCAG0.1!AS, W-Sjl
Canned Peaches
We have an extra nice peach put
Regular 2oc cans.
This week
PER DOZEN
Hice Flakes and Rice Biscuit
This delicious breakfast food which sells for 10c will be on sale this
week-only at 5c per package. Call at the store and see how we can
sell a 10c package for half price.
Best Greely Potatoes,
15 lbs. for
Crystal -White Soap,
6 bars for
25c
25c
Phone 151.
210-212
'
BOWLING.
-
"With only a margin of 71 pins, team
Ko. 9 won from No. 12 players at the
j. 31. C. A. asy last night. Batemau
made high game at 222, and high total
at 561. Slocum made an only strike
ut.
With a 1-28 margin. No. 11 team wal
loped No. 10 team. Rodriguez made
high game at 193, and Hardiker total
at 546.
The balls rolled like this:
Team No. 12 l 2 3 T.
Bateman 222 1S1 15S 561
Wilkinson ..... 131 126 147 404
Byles 190 121 211 522
Totals
Team No. 9-
Critchett
Slocum
Campbell
543
1
1S1
1S5
202
428
2
175
160
116
516 1487
3 T.
156 512
147 492
176 554
Totals 568
Team No. 11 1
Lehman 188
Hardiker 185
Weaber 133
511 479 1558
2 3 T.
182 168
176 185
191 164
538
546
488
1572
T.
465
495
481
Totals 506
Team No. 10 1
Avina 152
Alvarez 160
Rodriguez 150
549
2
158
172
138
517
3
155
163
193
Totals
46:
468 514 1444
HOPPE WINS AGAIN.
San Francisco, Cal.. March 24. By a
score of 500 to 406 Willie Hoppe last
night won in the first block of the
championship match 18.2 billiards over
Ora. Morningstar.
NEGROES ARE ELIGIBLE
TO NEW IjEAGITE FORMED.
Providence, R- J., March 24. The
latest addition to baseballdom is the
United States league, which will have
While it is often impossible to pre
vent an accident, it is never impossible
to -be orepared it is. not .beyond any
one's purse. Invest 25 cents in a bottle
of Chamberlain's Xiiniment and ybu are
prepared for sprains, bruises and like
Injuries. Sold by all drugsrists.
CONSULTING ENGINEER.
R. E. HARDAWAt, C. IS. Railroad
and Hydraulic engineer. 30 years ex
perience. Expert reconnaissance and
location. Topographical surveys. Land
surveys and subdivision work. Exami
nations and reports on land and prop
erty values. Maps and blue prints.
Fine teams and outfit at .my ranch in
Tsleta.
Adaress 1136 Arizona St and TIeta.
Phone 3199.
Spring Shirts
E.&W.
$2.00 to $3.50
Cluett
$1.50 and $2.00
Eagle
$1.25 to $2.00
- $1.00
SEE OUR WIN
DOW DISPLAY
Cor. Mesa and
,s
We want every user of coffee to
know about this coffee which is
our pride. It is the very best
Importation of private growth of
Maleberry Java and Arabian Mo
cha, which go to make up this de
lightful blend. The richness and
fullness of flavor are complete.
You have never fciown the test until you try
Fcrndell Mocha and Java. We grind it while you
wait.
40 cents per pound
in Heavy Syrup
up in heavy syrup. - C jl
JL l
CANS $1.40
"Diamond C
Soap,
25c
25c
8 bars for
Fells Xaptha Soap,
4 bars for
Texas St.
Auto 1151.
teams in Baltimore. Philadelphia, Pat
terson, Trenton, Newark, Brooklyn,
Providence and Boston. Negroes and
whites are eligible for membership on
the teams.
The league was organized and a
schedule adopted at Narragansett. The
season will open May 1 and 126 games
will be plaj-ed. No Sunday games will
be played in Boston.
FAST TIME MADE ON
LOS ANGELES MOTORDROME
Los Angeles, Cal.. March 24. Morris
Hanshue, the Apperson driver, made an
unofficial record of a mile in 44:03 sec
onds on the new motordrome plank
track yesterday.
Ray Harroun, driving a 30 horse
power Marmon, made a mile in 52:04
seconds. The cars were only partially
equipped for racing and the trials were
the first ever made on a circular board
track.
Racing drivers here believe that a
speed of 2 miles a minute will be es
tablished with safety on the track of
the inaugural meet of the motordrome
April 8 to 17, and time equal to the
straightaway records is lacked for in
the match race between Barney Old
field and Ralph de Palma, which will
be a.faeture of the meet.
There were 25 cars on the motor
drome at one time. The finish of a
mile in 56:02 seconds was made by one
car with a flat tire, without skidding.
LANGFORD SAYS JOHNSON
HAS GOT TO FIGHT HI3I.
Los Angeles. Cal., March 24. "Wheth
er he wins, loses or draws In his fight
with Jeffries, Jack Johnson has got to
fight jne," declared Sam Langford, the
young negro pugilist who recently de
feated Jim Flynn, the Pueblo fireman,
in eight rounds.
"The big ntfgro has been four-flushing
long enough." Langford also stated.
"I .will fight him for $10,000 on the'
side."
PRETTY GIRL SIGXS
CONTRACT TO PLAY BAT
Pittsburg, Pa., March 24. Perhaps
the only -woman semiprofessional ball
player Is Myrtle Rowe, a pretty miss
of IS summers. She has signed with
the Antler Athletic club, of New Ken
sington, with which team she has
played for three years.
Miss Rowe covers first base. She is a
favorite with the fans, holding good
batting averages.
3PGOYERX BREAKS WRIST;
FIGHTS 15 ROUXD DRAW.
-.Baltimore Md., March 24. Although
Phil McGovern, of Brooklyn, broke his
right iand in the first round last night
with "Young" Britt, he continued fight
ing until the 15th round, when th
match was declared a draw.
McGovern has canceled all contracts
for the next month.
DE ROTJEX BITES ROXLER.
St Joseph, Mo., March 24. Dr. B. F.
Roller, of Seattle, won in straight falls
last night from Raoul de Rouen. The
first fall went to the physician as a
result of de Rouen biting him on the
leg.
TVESTOX PLANS CHICAGO ARRIVAL.
Kansas City, Mo., March 24. Walker
"Weston expects to reach Chicago a !
week from Saturday night. The great j
pedestrian stopped at a farm house !
near Atherton. 17 miles northeast of
this citj', after covering 40 miles yes
terday. SOX TWO WHITEWASHED.
San Francisco, Cal., March 24. The
"White Sox No. 2 were whitewashed by
a local team, the score being 6 to 0.
Score: R. H. E.
Chicago 0 5 3j
St. Mary's 6 7 lj
Batteries Chicago, Schmlrler, Iange
and Rj-an; St. Mary's, Lreonard and
Simpson.
CUBS GvT XEW CATCHER. t
" V. t nr, rrr Til ATtJ TVll J VllTin9m9ll. I
er, a catcher from the Lincoln club, of j
the western -jeague, is uuw a ineinuer
of the Chicago Nationals, he having
been received in a trade lor Willis and
Knapp, pitchers.
FELIX MARTINEZ f O
ADDRESS STRANGERS' CLUB
Before the Strangers' club of El Paso
at the Carnegie library, Sunday after
noon, Felix Martinez will deliver an ad
dress' on the subject, 'The American
From the "Viewpoint of the Mexican."
Rev. C. R- "Womeldorf- nvhlle discuss
ing before-the club the subject. "Some
nf riiiv ftYifln Problems." presented the'
Mexican from the American point of i
view. I
SPORTING NEWS.
FIELDlfil
UTTERS RECORD
"Speed King" Sweeps "Vic
tory From All Compet
itors at Daytona.
Daytona, Fla., March 24. There is
little question about it, Barney Old
field is "speed king" of motordom. Yes
terday he broke three world's automo
bile records, two of which experts have
figured will stand fo- years.
On Daytona beach, in his 200 horse
power Benz, with which a week ago
he broke the world's mile record at a
speed of 131.73 miles an hour, Old
field covered twomiles In :55.S5, about
three seconds better than the previous
world's record made by Demogeot, of
Paris, at Daytona In 7906.
Thirty minutes later Oldfield drove
against the world's kilometer record
of 17.76 seconds, made by Hemery at
Brooklynands, Eng. Oldfield finished
the distance in 17.04.
The third record established by Old
field, the one mile stockN chassis mark
of 40.35 was in a Knox car. The pre
vious record was set by Lewis Strang
in a Fiat, 46.30.
Although David Bruce Brown, Wal
ter Christie, George Robertson Klrsch
er and many other drivers with fast
cars participated, Oldfield swept all
before him.
GLOBE TEA3 TO
PLAY COPPER HILL
Baseball Season Opens at
Globe Sunday League
May Be Formed.
Globe, Ariz., Marcn -s-i. The local
baseball season will be ushered in Sun
day afternoon with a game between
the Globe and Copper Hill teams. Both
have been working out for several
weeks and are now thoroughly organ
ized, while the ball park has been
put in condition for the opening game.
Gossage, for Globe, and Wisebacker.
for Copper Hill, will be the opposing
flingers, with Burke and Doran on the
respective receiving ends. It is planned
to give a parade before the game and
both teams will march to the grounds
headed by the Globe city band.
" Following is the way the two teams
will line ud:
Globe Gossage and Ragsdale, pitch-
ers; .ounce, caicner; jjnuie, ursi uu.se.
Miles, second: Sarwr, snort; BIgando,
Third; Griffin, left field; .Keegan, cen
ter, and Pinyon, right field.
Copper Hill Wisebacker, pitcher;
Doran. catcher; Crosswhite, first; Dent,
second: Reppert, short; Barker, third;
Thomas, left field: Krumbick, center,
and Pruitt, right; Stewart and Dun
lap on the bench. i
The Globe team has elected Jack
Sarver permanent captain of the team.
After the first game it is planned to
take Immediate steps toward the form
ation of a league to be composed of
Globe, Copper Hill, Miami and Safford,
a proposition that has been talked of
for some time.
JACK JOHNSON OUT
OF JAIL AGAIN
Court Raises Bond and the
2sTeg
to Spends Five Hours
in Prison.
-New York, X
Johnson, Jonah.
Johnson.
T., March 24. Jack
That's it, Jonah Jack
For five long hours the heavyweight'
champ lolled In a cell at the Tombs
prison. The judge had raised his bail
from $1500 to $5000, and Jack couldn't
produce.
Then just to heap injury on injury
a deputy thrust an official looking i
piece of sheet music through the bars
of the negro's cell. It was a summons
and complaint In a suit for $1758,57 and
costs for alleged repudiation of a the
atrical contract to appear in Kansas.
Johnson sighed. It was fierce.
First Johnson Is in jail for an al
leged assault and battery against Nor
man Plnder, a negro one-fourth his
size. It appears that Plnder Intimated
that Johnson, the great, I mighty,
wealthy Johnson, one time was very
glad to stick his nose in a tub of suds.
Then the assault and battery proceed
ings began. This all happened in a
New York saloon.
Fate had It that Plnder and his wit
nesses failed to appear today to press
the suit. Judge Mulqueen became very
angry. The court was being made a
joke, he said. So the "jedge" raised
Johnson's bail. At last a friend made
a property security bond, and John
son was released.
RACING- RESULTS.
Onklnnd Summaries.
First race, 6 furlongs, selling Who
won; Pickaway second; Maud McG.
third. Time, 1:17 1-5.
Second race, 5 furlongs, selling
Salvage won; Good Ship second; Met
ropolitan third. Time, 1:09 3-5.
Third race, 6 furlongs, selling Re
don'do won; No Quarter second; Dov
alta third. Time, 1:16 2-5.
Fourth race. Futurity course, selling
Myles O'Connell won; Sewell second;
Spohn third. Time, 1:11 4-5.
Sixth race, 5 furlongs, selling
Banonica won; Beau Man second; Mad
eline Musgrave third. Time, 1:10.
Jacksonville Summaries.
First race, 4' furlongs, purse Darl
ing won; Agnes May second; Eastern
Star third. Time, :49 1-5. t
Second race, 6 furlongs, purse Star
Board won; Brevite second; Outpost
third. Time, 1:14 3-5. '
Third race, 6 furlongs, purse Jack
Parker won; Nealon second; High
Range third. Time, 1:12 1-5.
Fourth race, purse. 1 1-16 miles
Spellbound won; Elfall second; Ozna
third. Time, 1:46 1-5.
Fifth race, mile and 70 yards, purse
Spanish Prince won; Golconda second;
Bescomnets third. Time, 1:45.
Sixth race, 1 1-16 miles, purse Ger
rs'mander won; Otego second; Maxi
mum third. Time, 1:48.
FRANK KLAUS FORCES
KETCHEL TO TAKE DRAW.
Pittsburg. Pa.. March 24.; Stanley
"Ktr."ael. middleweight champion, was
forced to take a "draw" last night in
his bout with Frank' Klaus, a local
pugilist.
In the first three rounds Ketchel was
on the defensive.
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eBSS Easter Sale of j I
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Our present Easter Sale of Ribbons, which be
gan this morning, eclipses any ribbon sale ever held
in El Paso, both in the tremendous quantity of rib
bons on sale and the radical reductions in price.
These are all-silk ribbons in all the fashionable
solid shades as well as the flowered, Dresden, plaid
and Pompadour patterns. Following are the reduc-"tions:
Ribbons 15c
40c Ribbons 19c
s 45c Ribbons 23c
50c Ribbons 29c
75c
IS
LAS CRUCES AND
i MESILLA VALLEY
U
COLLEGE Y. M. C. A.
TO HAVE OPEN HOUSE
Debaters Go to Albuquerque
Athletes Order
. Track Suits.
Agricultural College, N. M., March 24
The Y. M. C. A. will keep open house.
Friday evening. All members of the
association and their friends are Invited
to attend. Good times are always In
store at the Y. M. C
A., and a large
crowd Is expected.
Choir practice this week will be on
Saturday evening. Instead of the regular
time, Thursday evening.
C. P. Henry, of Las Cruces, has been
In El Paso for several days.
Tho debatln
team left Wednesday
night for Albuquerque. The debate
takes place Thursday night and the
debaters expect to catch the midnight
train back to the college. The order
in which the members of the team speak
i?. Briggs, RIgney and Ewing. Ewing
will also handle the rebuttal for the
college. The speeches are to be 15 min
utes, with 10-minute rebuttal.
A large order for track suits has been
sent away and " the men are getting
down to-real business.
There was a meeting of the class -of
'08 at the home of J. E. Mundell, Wed
nesday evening, in honor of Jake Sweet,
who had just returned from Mexico.
Mr. Sweet left school just before com
mencement of his graduate year, and
his diploma was sent to him at his
place of business in old Mexico.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces. N. M.. March 24. The fol
lowing deeds have been filed for record
with the recorder of Dona Ana county:
Deed Filed.
Wm. Moeller et ux to Mrs. M. C. Duall
warranty deed to lots 14. 15 and 16 in
block of Altura Park addition to Me
silla Park. Consideration $31.50. Dated
March 4. 1910.
- Juan N. Luna to Pablo Samanigo
warranty deed to two tracts of land
near the town of Colorado, containing
2 1-12 and 1.S8 acres. Consideration
$300. Dated March 11. 1910.
Gllinore Friend to Francis L. Gal
lagher warranty deed to a tract of lano.
situate within the northwest -limits of
the town of Las Cruces containing 17.S&
acres. Consideration 2231.25. Dated
January 13. 1910.
Pedro Martinez et ux to Lucas Tru
jillo warranty deed to a tra!ct of land
situate in the northeast quarter of "sec
tion IS, township 19 south, of range 3
west, containing 22.4 acres. Consider
ation $291.20. Dated March 21, 1910.
Births Recorded.-
Hermino Lara, Juan de Dias Silva,
Francisco Montenigro, Roman Martinez,
Isaac uutlerez.
Jose Torres et ux. to Felipe Colmlnero,
warranty deed to lot 4, block 12, town
of Colorado, and situate in the -northeast
quarter of the southwest quartet
of the northwest quarter' of th .south
east quarter and the east hi if of tho
southeast quarter of section 1", town
shin Iji south, range 3 west; considera
tion $1.25. Oct IS, 1S93.
Siriaco Yturrieta et ux. to John E.
Bonar et al., warranty-deed to two .par
cels of land situate In sections 3, 4
and 5, containing 2.98-acres, and in sec
tion 10, township 19 south, range 3 west,
containing .17 acre; consideration $1.
J. T. Miller to S. C. McMIlJan, war
ranty deed" to lots 43 and 44, block 28,
Miller's addition; consideration $1 and.
other valuables. Dec. 2, 1909.
J. T. Miller to A. J. Black, warranty
deed to lots 3S and 39, block 39. Miller's1
Ribbon
30,000 Yards of
All Silk Ribbons at
About
Half Price
;
- J.Clu3
Ribbons 39c
11
Espparanza addition; consideration ?1
and other valuables. Nov. 17, 1909.
J. T. Miller to J. R. Blach. warranty
! deed to lots 36 and 37, block 39, Miller's
Esparansa addition; consideration ?i
and other valuables. Nov. 17, 1909.
J. T. Miller to Ulysses E. "Woodruff,
warranty deed to lot 31. block 15, Mil
ler's addition; consideration $1 and oth
er valuables. March 9, 1909.
'LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 24. The fol-
J lowing guests are registered at hotel
Don Barnardo: G. W. Shippley? Milwau
kee: Chas. Atchinson. Denver: J. H.
Hannan. "Wichita; Geo. McCarrpli, Den-
I El Paso; A. D. Lawshe, Dripping
Springs; Miss Marie Lawshe, Dripping
Springs.
Central hotel: J. H. Williams. Here
ford, Texas; Mrs. M. G. Marshall, New
i nrloanu' "Wlcc "EMnr-ra farchol1 'VTir Or-
, j j, Williams, El Paso; Ferris
J. Middleton, New York.
LAS CRUCES PERSON.VLS.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 24. Mrs.
Oscar Lohman and daughter. Miss
Katherine, went down to El Paso this
forenoon..
Geo. W. Oliver left this forenoon for
his former home at Paducah, Ky.,
where he will resume the practice of
law with his brother.
Mark B. Thompson went to 711 Paso
this morning to attend the Maundy
Thursday Masonic banquet there this
evening.
W. A. Fleming Jones and wife are
visiting in the Pass City today.
MORE AUTOS AT CRUCES.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 24. Las
Cruces is getting to be quite an auto
mobile community. The' latest acqui
sition is the new car bought by Davis,
Fitzgerald & Hayner. These men have
taken an agency and expect to place
six cars here during the next few
months.
FUNERAL OF MRS. MONTGOMERY.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 24. The fu
neral of Mrs. Montgomery, mother of
Mrs. Thomas Brannlgan, was held this
afternoon at 3 o'clock' at the Presby
terian church. Rev. Dr. "Vaughan con
ducted the service.
ILL FROM PNEUMONIA.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 24. Dr. B.
E. Lane, who has been quite sick from
If troubled with indigestion, consti
pation, no appetite or feel bilious, give
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets a trial and you will be pleased with
the result. These tablets Invigorate the
stomach and liver and strengthen the
digestion. Sold by all druggists.
ON JUST THE
THING
EVERYONE IS GOOD TO EAT
Easter Eggs
15c a Pound
SATURDAY ONLY
U5
CONFECTIONERY COMPANY
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
!
AiMfr&
farvelous Values
In Easter
Millinery
Our Millinery See&on is more than pre
pared to serve your Easter wants best. If
your particular requirement is modest, we are
showing for the final two daysi hundreds of
styles in beautiful millinery at '$5.00. From
this up to the exclusive Parisian pattern hats
there is no price range at which we do not
show you the best values in El Paso.
Ample salespeople have been provided for
the final Easter buying, and our Trimming
Department is equipped to make any changes
you deem necessary. By all means, select the
Easter hat here if you appreciate style and
quality combined with low price.
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HERALD ON 3 ALB IN LAS
CRUCES, N. M.
Freak A. Ewley, Agremt, opposite
yratofficc
DsllT Herald ok sale fey Law Craeee
Dras Co., Camoue'i 3fevr Staa4
ypoalto yestefflct.
a
an attack of pneumonia for several
days, was still in a very critical condi
tion this morning.
BUILDS BRICK COTTAGE.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 24. M. H.
Peterson is having built dn Peterson
Place addition a one and a half story
brick cottage.
JURY IX STREET OPENING
CASE UNABLE TO AGREE
Wednesday afternoon judge Harper
dismissed the jury in the case of the
city against W. W. Wiley, whom it was
sought to dispossess from occupying
South Oregon street. The jury was un
able to agree.
SUIT ON NOTE.
Seth B. Orndorf f has filed suit against
Thomas G. Rankin and wife in the 41st
district court to recover on a note.
All lubricating and refined oils guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction for
purposes recommended. Gulf Refining
Co.
BOWMAN'S BANK
Established 1834
OLDEST AND STRONGEST
IN DONA ANA COUNTY
Las Cruces
First National Bank
LAS CRTJCES, N. M.
2ILANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C- SNOW, Pre. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. ?res. and Casn.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
1910 Wall Papers
Are Now Arriving Every Day-Come
iiv and See Them.
Tutlle Paint H Glass Co.
jjMfci -- . . , c:ac9BBBES
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ALL "A I"
Our Stock Saddles, Harness, Rifles, Shotguns, Ammunition and Sportin"
Goods are all "Al." Call and examine same, or write us.
itiil orders given prompt attention
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
301-303 EL PASO ST.
SOTO RECOVEiJNG
FROM PHEUHONIA
Father of Motherless Children, Who
Have Been Given Care by Others
- Will Soon. Be WorkiHg.
The troubles of the Soto family fast
are fadinpr. Friends have come to aid
the five children of Ramton Soto, the
1 wifeless resident of "Ciudad Ohamizal"
whose troubles were related in The
Herald.
But now the father has nearlv re
covered from a dangerous pneiunonia at
the county hospital, where he was tak
en by Dr! French S. Cary, assistant
county physician. The nian was re
moved from his home when his con
dition had just reached a crisis. Ha
soon will be able to go to work, and
spurn charity.
Watch for Ardoin'-s Saturday special
sales. This will be one time you won't
lose.
Buy a Maxwell. Best automobile on
the market for the price. Rader dfc
Alexander.
HOPING- CONTEST
Worid's Ohampisnship
COWBOY PASK
JUAREZ, MEXICO
March 25, 26, 2
Now Mexico
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