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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, March 29, 1910.
NEWS 1 1 no
I MITE SOI WILL GO 10
Easy to Get Good
Groceries In Ei Paso
So many new customers have told us lately that
they were so glad they found out about our Gro
cery store. Of course we are glad to get new cus
tomers all the time, but we are just as particular
about holding the old ones.
The Groceries you get here are the clean, fresh
and pure kinds that make your meals delicious
and make the task of the housekeeper easy when
it comes to preparing the meal, for we have such a
wide range of Good Groceries.
Prompt delivery is one of our Specialties.
The acme of perfection in Flour- The finest -wheat in tlie -world is se
lected and ground into Pillsbury Flour, therefore you get all the life
giving qualities of wheat when you buy Pillsbury s Best. We are
exclusive agents and have just received a fresh carload.
$1.10 and $2.20 per sack.
ANCHOYrTEC sardines '
Fish Exquisitely Flavored with Ravigote Sauce
15c per can; $1.50 per dozen
Ail afternoon trains are reported on
Says Arsenic Killed Moody.
Chicago, 111., March 29. Although the
death of Alexander J. Moody had been
attributed to ptomaine poisoning, coro
ner Hoffmann has made the startling
assertion that he really died from the
effects of arsenic To the authorities
,- Moor rVifit thp nolson "was In
hamburger steak, but the manner In
-which it was placed in me mcai. to o.
Dr Wit RoMhsoh, dentist, office
moved to Turner ez. uu.ws -div.,-, -
Hae Baby Girl.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Staggs,
residing at 1324 Magoffin avenue, a
baby girl, weighing eight pounds. Mr.
Staggs is on the police force.'
All kinds new vegetables. Jackson's.
Grebe cleans clot lies. 4 IS N. Oiegon.
Pottery Girl Strike.
East Liverpool, O.. March 29 Between
2500 and 3000 girls employed in the
dipping and bisque -warehouses of pot
teries are on a strike for Increased
wages. All but five potteries in this
district are closed. The dippers have
been receiving 9G cents a day and ask
Special, ladles purses, snapping nags.
"El Paso Trunk factory, .north side plaxa,-
When it comes to the question of
quality, we are more than particular.
In fact, we probably spend more time
and effort on this point than any one
Item connected -with the business. As
an example of this, "we call attention to
the fact that it Is here you buy
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee,
Sedgwick Creamery Butter.
These three are mentioned as ex
amples, as they represent the highest
"quality known in the grocery world.
Everything else sold here is up to the
standard of these three.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming. -
Fresh picked strawberries. Jackson.
Kills Little Brother.
Denver Colo., March 29. After shoot-
$2.00 to $3.50
$1.50 and $2.00
$1.25 to $2.00
SEE OUR WIN
, Mesa and
ing and killing his fouryearold brother,
Joseph Bogard, aged seven, then Trent
to the home of a neighbor and told his
mother of the act, although Ignorant oi
its consequence. The fatality occurred
at the house of George P. Brownelh
awaiting trial for an alleged murder,
committed February 22.
Dr. V. H. Picker office removed to
Turner & Davis Bldg., 325 San Antonio
Storoi Shops for Meat.
St. Louis, Mo., March 29. Five thou
sand women and children among the
Hebrews, left without sources of supply
for kosher meat, b ythe closing of 42
shops, stormed the four shops remaining
open. All kinds of prices were offered
for kosher meat, by the closing of 42
only at the established price of 12 cents
a pound. The 42 dealers who closed
their shops claim this price Is too low
to permit them to continue in busi
ness. Dr. Cameron, Dentist. Tor reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office over
? Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed
C I.. EHllnsrtoM. 70S Magoffin. T&l. 14S9
iiainting. paperbanging, decorating.
Robbers Get $30,000.
Richmond, Va., March 29. Working
under the glare of a street lamp, rob
bers pierced the- vault of the Richmond
i postoffice with drills and secured $30,-
000 in stamps and lo0 In cash.
Dr. Willis R. Smith, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Pecan Bar 2." Cents.
ThurssrlAV nnlv. tti will krII our de-
I licious home made 40 cents a poundTPe-
can Bar for only 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
Dr Starker, 318-319 Caples. Bldg.,
practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
Dr- J. A. Hedrick will occupy offices
in tee Coles T31dg., after March 21.
Buy a Maxwell. Best automobile on
the market for the price. Rader &
Pecan Bar 25 Cents. f-
Thursday only, -we will sell our de
licious home made 40 cents a pound Pe
can BaV for only 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
Orvllle Wright Falls.
Montgomery, Ala., March 29. Orville
Wright, "who was up in his aeroplane,
fell from a height of 100 feet, but the
machine struck in ploughed ground
and the a'iator was not injured. The
machine escaped damage, being partly
Br. Burleson Staten has removed hi3
office to suite 3, Coles Block, over "The
White Souse," corner San Antonio and
Fine Spanish dinner daily and all
Mexican dishes at the Queen. 207 E.
Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases of
stomach and Intestines. Trust Bldg.
Should be as much interested in see
ing that you get the finest drinking
coffee In the world as you are your
self. Everybody knows that coffee that
stands open loses strength", becomes
flat and stale, and so they know the im
portance of getting and holding all the
aroma just as it came from the roaster.
That's the reason for the sealed tin.
Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand means
one third more cups to the pound.
Jackson'? Sanitary Grocery,
15c a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 34?
IN EL PASO WE S NOON
El Paso Fans Are in Readi
ness to Receive and Enter
tain the Visitors on the
Diamond and After.
One more day and the Sox will be here.
They are now hitting it up across the
trackless waste of the Arizona desert
on their way frorn Yuma on the river to
El Paso at the pass. The Sox, the cor
respondents, the camp followers and the
other necessary attaches will roll in on
the Rock Island limited from the west
at 12:40 p. m. "Wednesday afternoon.
They will be loaded into hospitable au
tomobiles and whisked away to Wash
ington park to get the sea out of their
legs and the soreness out of their arms.
This part of the performance, the
scene behind the baseball scenes, will
be as Interesting as the game and the
folks who trek parkwards soon after
lunch will have an opportunity of seeing
the men whose names appear in the pa
pers oftener during the ve months of
summer than the president's, throw and
catch and cut up like kids on a Sunday
school picnic between times. The game
starts at 3 oclock, but the Sox will be on
the job soon after 1 and there will be no
extra charge for this part of the big
Although old war horsfe Comiskey
will not be with the team that has made
him rich and famous, there will be a
sufficient number of other notables with
the club to keep the fans necks working
overtime trying to keep track of all the
goings on at the park, .augh Fullerton.
baseball writer, magazine writer and
baseball scientist, will be one of the
party of newspaper correspondents who
has been covering the coast campaign
for the Hearst string of papers. George
Rice, of the Chicago News, is also with
the tea-m and Hugh Keough, of the Chi
cago Tribune, is reported to be with the
lub at the present time. Hugh Duffy,
the new manager of the Sox, will be in
charge of the team here, and will direct
the operations from the bench. In- addi
tion, "Doc" White, the Chicago tooth
carpenter pitcher; large Ed "Walsh the
Chicago. III., March 29. The arena at Emeryville, Cal., where the Jeffries-Johniion
fight will take place on July 4, -will be "dry," according to James
Gleabon, one of the promoters, who in in Chicago.
'I am afraid that If intoxicants were Kold at the ringside, a race riot might
be started by the followers of Jeffries aacil Johnson," said Gleason. "The fans
-rrill hate to so thirsty during the battle, for there will be no drink served."
JOHNNY KLINGr TO
' BE REINSTATED
Chicago Catcher Will Be
Penalized by National
Excelsior Springs, Mo., March 29.
Although Ban B. Johnson has not given
his consent, catcher Johnny G. Kilng,
of the Chicago Nationals, will be rein
stated after being penalized. The report
of the findings will be signed by Garry
Herrmann, chairman of the National
baseball commission, and Thomas J.
Lynch, president of the National league,
but not by the American league presi
dent. Johnson, who 13 taking baths here,
has the following to say:
"I believe a mistake has been made
by the commission, but I shall offer
no criticism of the work of Messrs.
Lynch and Herrmann. They constitute
the majority and -whatever they decide
must stand regardless of anything I
Herrman Is Silent.
Cincinnati, O., Llarcr. 23. Garry Herr
mann refuses to discuss the Kling case.
He declares that no official decision has
First race, six furlongs, purse Polma
won; Amyl second; Elmeta Hamilton
third. Time, 1:14 4-5.
Second race, four furlongs, purse
Hawklike .won; Bodega second; Del
Friar third,. Time, :50.
Third race, five and a half furlongs,
purse Carrollwon; Judge Cabannlss
second; Strike Out third. Time, 1:08 1-5.
Fourth race, mile, purse Ozana won;
Sager second; 'Spellbound third. Time,
1:39. (Equals track record.)
Fifth race, seven furlongs, purse,
Dolly Bultman won; Tols D'Or second;
Fond Heart third. Time, 1:26 2-5.
Sixth 'race, one and onesixteenth miles,
purse Descomnets won; Roseboro sec
ond; Bonnie Bard third. Time, 1;47.
Oakland Summaries. -
First race, four furlongs, purse Pit
ta won; Zalata Brana second; Abigail
K. third. Time, :50 3-5.
Second race, futurity course, selling
Belle Kinney won; Waner second; Bal
nade third.- Time, 1:13.
Third race, six furlongs, purse Pre
judo won; Enfield second; Sewell third.
Time, 1:15 1-5.
Fourth race, one mile, purse Ed Ball
won; Lewiston second; Raleigh -third.
Time, 1:43 1-5.
Fifth race, futurity course, - selling
Marse Abe won; Old Settler second;
Phillistina third. Time. 1:13.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling
Banorella won; Miss Picnic second;
PLAYERS TO INVADE STATES.
Chicago. 111., March 29. Some time in
May, Australasia's best at the tennis
craft will sail for America. .It -wlll.be
the first invasion of the Australasian
Lawn Tennis association. The team
wrill consist of the four greatest play
ers in Australasia Norman E. Brookes,
of Victoria; Anthony E. Wilding, of
New Zealand; A. Walter Dunlop, of
Victoria, and Dr. Sharp, of New South
king of 'em all when he is going good
on the pitching mound, and a dozen
other bright stars will be in the aggre
gation of big league ball players.
Everything is fixed. Including the po
lice, for the big smoker In honor of the
distinguished baseball visitors Wednes
day evening. The general arrangements
committee, composed of all the working
committees who have had the smoker
in charge, will be held in The Herald
editorial offices this evening at S oclock
to complete the final arrangements and
go over the plans for the big smoker.
The strawstack hats which are to be
presented to the Sox and the corre
spondents have been purchased and
placed In cold storage for presentation
to the boys Wednesday night. The big
fuzzy-wuzzy one which has been bought
for Col. Comiskey will also be presented
to him by proxy through his manager,
Hugh Duffy. The hats will be presented
upon one condition and that will be that
each member of the party wear his sky
scraper lid on the remainder of the Sox
trip ana" into Chicago when the team
returns to the home town.
The program has been arranged with
a view to obtaining a maximum amount
of fun with a minimum amount of hot
air, and there will be no speeches except
the mayor's flight when he tosses the
rhetorical first ball of the season out
to the Sox In the form of an address of
welcome. Hugh Duffy, as the representa
tive of the Chicago club, will pitch the
first one over the plate and the game
will then begin. A little doings on the
side has been arranged for the war cor
respondents, which includes a trip "Over I
on the Juarez side." !
El Paso Lineup.
The lineup of the El Paso club for j
me game v eanesaay ia; .ucuiu, ,a.n..
er; Wylie, Elf man, Harbin, pitchers;
Jackson, first base; Earthman, second
base: Head, third base: Flick, shortstop:
Chayka, left field; Gowan, center field;
Kiefer, right field.
Yuma Shut Out.
Yuma, Ariz., March 29. The White
Sox shut out the Yuma team yesterday
12 to 0. Yuma could only muster eight
men and borrowed Smith.
Team No. 6 won over team No. 1 by
the margin of 150 pins at the Y. M. C.
A. last night. Snyder made high game at
200, Bryan high total at 514. Both Bry
and and Peranlt made strikeouts. Here
is the, card:
. Team No. 6. 1 2 3 Tl.
Evans 169 125 15S 452
Snyder 148 200 148 496
Bryan 173 194 147 514
Totals .... .. 490 519 453 14G2
Team No. 1. 12 3 Tl.
Reid ..153 106 135 349
Perault 177 180 145 502
Willis .. 157 123 136 416
Totals 4S7 409 416 1312
Individual championship play resulted
1 2 3 4 5 Tl.
Houck ....1S6 187 246 147 171 937
Sukerman 194 217 139 160 146 856
Campbell. 193 ' 193. 175 161 193 893
JOHNSON AGREES TO GO f
TO CALIFORNIA IN APRIL.
Chicago. 111., March 29. Jack Gleason
has insisted and Jack Johnson has
agreed. The heavyweight black will
be in- California not later than April
25, he says. The promoter was worried
about the negro's antics ,as are the
people who hope to back him.
According to Johnson's plans, he win
fill theatrical dates in Omaha, Salt
Lake and Los Angeles, and then will
appear In an exhibition under Gleason's
management in San Francisco. John
son has canceled his dates in Denver
and Goldfield, Nev.
YALE WINS FROM CORNELL.
Washington, D. C, March 29. In the
first ball game here of the season, Yale
won over Cornell here yesterday. It,
was a close game, resulting 6 to 4.
Score: , 'R. H. E.
Yale 6 8 2
Cornell 4 9 4
Batteries Yale. Binsmack, Temmers
and Badger; Cornell, Abbott, Goodwillie
YANIGANS RAH. RAH.
Reno, Nev., March 29. The White Sox,
second team had no trouble in beating
the University of Nevada yesterday.
Score. R. H. E.
Nevada 3 5 6
White Sox ..."."..!...".... - .15 21 5
Batteries: Rossf and" Fletcher; Schmir
ler and Ryan.
BURNS GETS DECISION.
Kansas City, Mo., March 29. Decis
sion of a 10 round fight went to Frankie
Burns, the 19yearold Oakland lad, who
met Phil Knight, of Leavenworth, here
last night. Knight. was groggy in the
WESTON NEARING CHICAGO.
Dumas, Mo., March 29. After cover
ing 61 miles, walker Weston arrived here
last night. The aged pedestrian will
cross the Des Moines river into Iowa
today. He Is 257 miles rrom Chicago.
CITY TAXES WILL RE
. DELINQUENT AFTER THURSDAY.
Thursday evening the office of the
city assessor and collector will remain
open until 6 o'clock for the payment
of taxes. This is the last day on
which taxes for the current year may
be paid without the additional penalty,
the city council having extended the
time one month from March 1.
BE 'W GROUND
Y. Woodbiuy Introduces the
Smelter Team and Tells
"What Is Expected
Baseball teams are springing up un
der the persuasion of this spring sun
shine with the rapidity of toadstools
after a summer shower. The railroad
boys are devoting their Sunday after
noons to the national game of the Irish,
the Dutch and the other nationalities
classed as Americans. The trades union
boys broke out Sunday with a little
fling at the El Paso Yanigans with dis
astrous results to themselves. The G.
H. team toured aboard and went to
The Smelter Team..
Out in the transalpin section of smel
ter hill Saturday the slag dump nine
played the Towne team at smelter park,
wherever that is. The smelter slag
dumpers won, how much and for why
no one has yet been able to explain
unless it is one V. Woodbury and he
has been too busy explaining why hl3
curves failed to curve, while he was
slab siding for the Towne team, toi
make any explanations.
In a plaintive little plaint V. Wood
bury introduces the smelter team to
the public as follows:
Sporting Editor El Paso Herald:
I would like to call your attention
to a matter of local interest concern
ing baseball. The smelter has a ball
team this year under the management
of "Dad" Ehler who Is the man who
landed Wingo Anderson with the Cin
cinnati Reds. Mr. Ehler is an old
baseball player, having learned some
thing of the game from Hermann,, of
Cincinnati, and what he Is doing for
the smelter ball club is something
worth telling about.
The smelter team played its first
game Saturday afternoon against the
Towne ball club at the smelter park
ball grounds, beating It by the score of
10 to 4.
The smelter team is looking for
games, not only with local amateur
teams, but with other teams as -well.
Jt will leave the latter part of April
to try conclusions with the Chihuahua
team. ' jq
The smelter ball park is being rap
Idly improved, and in a few days the
ground will be as smooth as could be
expected to take care of the regualr
Saturday afternoon match games, as
well as practice games during the
That Chihuahua Trip.
The trip to Chihuahua is to be a
notable one which Is expected to eclipse
In importance the pilgrimage of the G.
H. team to Clint, Positive Instructions
have been given at the smelter set
tlement for none of the bail players
to return from Chihuahua should such
a fatality as the loss of the game
there occur. This means win for the
slag dump bunch when they go south
TO BE UMPIRE
May Be Selected to Officiate
for Teams in the South
west. "Pop" Edmunds, umpire. That is the
way he will be writing it on the hotel
registers of the southwest If the plans
of the baseball managers in the south
west are carried out. "Pop" was some
catcher in his daj and still is In this
das and age. Aside from a chronic at
tack of "Charley horse" the vet is as
good as ever
He is an applicant for the position of
umpire for the teams In the southwest.
He has had enough experience as play
er and umpire to write several volumes
DATE SET FOR BURNS
AND LAG TO FIGHT.
Sydney. N. S. W.. March 29.
After two postponements the
date for the fight between Tom
my Burns, former American
heavyweight champion, and Bill
Lag, Australian champion, for
the Australian title, has been set
for April 11.
4 JEFFRIES REPORTED TO 4
HAVE BROKEN ARM. 4-
4r Los Angeles. Ca!.. March 29.
It Is rumored that James J. Jef- 4
fries fell while hunting In the a
4r mountains near Santa Barbara
4 and broke his arm. The report $
has not yet been verified.
' 2-4" 4"g4-'3'
SPACE CLEAEED AT
' UNION STATION
Vehicles and Hotel Runners I
Must Eemaih 150 Feet
Hereafter, hacks and 'busses at the
union station, a; well as hotel runner3,
soliciting guests there, will be compeled
to remain 150 feet distant from the
depot in order to avoid congestion of
traffic and nuisance to passengers.
This morning all members of the city
council, with the exception of mayor
Sweeney, accompanied chief of police
Ben Jenkins and policeman Will Horr
in an automobile -to the station and
there decided, after Hord had explained
conditions, to move the line 50 feet fur
ther east, the old dead line having been
established at the 100 foot mark.
SUED FOr. DIVORCE.
Virginia Anderson has filed suit for
divorce from Gaither Anderson in the
41st district court.
A few minutes delay in treating some
cases" of croup, even the length of time
it takes to go for a doctor often proves
dangerous. The safest way is to keep
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In the
house, and at the first indication of
croup give the child a dose. Pleasant
to take and always cures. Sold by all
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We place on sale tomorrow in the UndermnsliQ Sec
tion a big bargain. These are Growns, Drawers,
Chemise, Corset Covers, and Combination Suits. All
varments are lace and embroidery trimmed. The
Trmtp-mflls are nainsook,
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Values are $1.25, $1.50 and
,On sale tomorrow at
12 Yards For
Eli PASO CATTLEMEN TO
LEAVE HERE STIXDA.Y NIGHT.
The El Paso delegation to the meet
ing of the Panhandle Cattlemen's asso
ciation at Amarillo on April 5, 6 and
7, -will leave Sunday night in a Pull
man car over the Southwestern, accord
ing to the statement today of Col. C. F.
Hunt, who, with Tom Powers and sher
iff Hall, has been making the ar
rangements. It is also probable that a Mexican
band will accompany the cattlemen
from El Paso. It Is planned to carry
tho delegates from Ialhart to Amarillo
In the car to be chartered by El Paso
On April 7 a new packing house will
bo opened at Amarillo. and a special
program has been prepared for the oc
casion. FIRE DESTROYS TWO SHEDS
ON RIO GRANDE STREET
Fire of an unknown origin destroyed
two sheds in the 1S00 block on Rio
Grande street this morning at 9: to, but
little - damage was done. Both fires
started simultaneously; one In the rear
of the residence of Chas. Anders, at
1817 Rio Grande street, and the other
in the rear of Dr. H. F. Wright's resi
dence at 1S15 Rio Grande. Flames from
the shed communicated to the rear of
the roof of the residence but were
quickly extinguished upon the arrival
of the Mesa and East El Paso com
A FEW DOSES END KIDNEY MISERY
AND MAKE LAME BACKS EL FIE
Out-of-order Kidneys ars
Eegulated Making Back
ache or Bladder trouble
A real surprise awaits every sufrerfri
from kidney or bladder trouble who
takes several doses of Pape's Diuretic.
Misery in the back, sides or loins, sick
headache, nervousness, rheumatism,
pains, heart palpitations, dizziness,
sleeplessness, inflamed or swollen eye
lids, lack of energy and all symp
toms of out-of-order kidneys simply
Uncontrollable urination (especially
at night), smarting, offensive and dis
colored water and other bladder mis
The moment you suspect kidney
or urinary disorder, or feel any rheu
matism, begin taking this harmless
medicine, with the knowledge en,.
THE MODERN ART
It shown in all of its beaut- in some of this season's
Wall Paper, specially intended for' use with Mission
and Craftsman furnishings. Would be glad to show
them to you.
Turtle Paint & Glass Co.
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Our Stock Saddles, Harness, Rifles, Shotguns, Ammunition &rid Sporting
Good3 are all "Al." Call and examine same, or write us.
Mail orders given prompt attention
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
301-303 EL PASO ST.
cambric and lone: cloth.
panies supplemented by the automobile
Tr-e sheds in the rear were destroyed
and the roof of the house was slightly
scorched, but no other damage was
KEEP YOUT SH OS
THE YIULLOW LABEL
All subscribers to -Ie Herald
should watch the yellow label pasted
on the wrapper or on the first Dags ot
their paper. The date printed there
on is the dat2 of expiration ot sub
scription. Wheh & remittance on sub
scription account Is made, this dat
should be changed. When It Is not
changed soon after remittance is made,
allowing, of course, reasonable tins
to reach El Paso, the srabscribar
should immediately call the attention
of this office to the oversight. By
doing this when the matter Is fresh is.
the minds of all concerned, all further
trouble and Inconvenience will be
OPERA HOUSE DAMAGED.
McKinney, Tex. March 29. The Mc
Kinney opera house was seriously dam
aged by fire late yesterday ad the in
terior entirely ruined- The loss will ex
ceed $5000. The cause of the blaze Is
BELL PHONE U
Will fill, your table with boarders
there Is no other remedy, at any price,
made anywhere else in the world,
which will effect so thorough and
prompt a cure as a fifty-cent treatment
of Pape's Diuretic, which any druggis
It Is needless to feel miserable and
worried, because this unusual prepara
tion goes at once to the out-of-order
kidneys and urinary system, distribut
ing Its cleansing, healing and strengtn
enlng Influence directly upon the or
gans and glands affected, and com
pletes the cure before you realize R.
Your physician, pharmacist, bankes
or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Pape, Thompson fc Pape, of Cin
cinnati, is a large and responsible
medicine concern, thoroughly worthy
of your confidence.
Only curative results can come from
taking Pape's Diuretic, and a few days'
treatment will make any one feel fine.
Accept only Pape's Diuretic fifty
cent treatment any drug store any
where in the world.
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