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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, April 8, 1910.
An attractive display, equal to mid-surnmer.
Every variety advertised is absolutely fresh and
Home grown Asparagus, 10c bunch, 3 for 25c
Large Crisp Head Lettuce, 10c, 2 for 15c
?resh Okra, per lb 20c
IlYesh Florida Tomatoes, per lb 12 l-2c
Home grown Radishes, bunch - -5c
Spinach and Mustard Greens.
New Irish Potatoes, per lb ." 12 l-2c
Celery, 2 bunches 15c
Green Peas, per lb - -5
Green Beans, per lb. . . - 20c
Florida Bell Peppers, per lb 35c
Artichokes, fancy large : . -2 l-2c
Hot House Cucumbers, fancy 20c
Summer Squash, per lb . -2 l-2c
Home Grown Beets, Turnips, -Carrots, Onions, etc
S Potatoes. ..
Fancy Wine Sap and Eoman Beauty Apples,
three pounds for 25c
Prompt Attention to Mail Orders.
VfrKRf I'lci :i CT!Vlj
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151.
There is nothing that adds more to the attractiveness
of the home than pictures. Our stock of mouldings
and frames is the most complete in the city.
but shaves you correctly
The new razor that combines the advantages of all
open blade and "Safety," and eliminates all their iaults.
It cannot cut you cannot scrape or pull
and with perfect safety.
The DURHAM-DUPLEX OUTFIT consists of Razor, Safety Guard
Stropping Attachment and six double-edged, hollow-ground blades of the
finest tempered steel; all in handsome leather covered case; PRICE COM
Buy one and try it for 30 days. If not entirely satisfactory, retu.n
at our expense, and your money -will be cheerfully refunded.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
0 COMPETE ITU JUAREZ
e W INTER RAGING PATRONAGE
Haraaa, Cuba., April S. Failure of the Juarez, Mexico, race track to at
tract any grreat amount of. winter racing folk, has led to the proposed erection
ef a $250,000 raciHS plant near this city. It is believed that Cuba -will attract
s large umber of tourists, Americans as -well as foreigners, which the out
ef -the-way Mexican location has failed in doingr.
The report Is on good authority, although names of thos-e behind the pro
ject have sot been announced- However, -work on the new plant will start
within, a month, say men of means believed to be interested.
3URTTSS BREAKS RECORD
AT MEMPHIS MEET
Memphis, Tenn., April 8.---With per
fect weather conditions a world's record
-was broken by Glenn H. Curtiss of
' Hamondsport, X. Y., at the second day
of the first aviation meet here.
Curtisss quick start record of 6 2-5
seconds, made at the Xios Angeles meet,
was broken by him -with ease this after
noon. He rose from the ground in 5 4-5
seconds, but in the same test failed to
break his short start record of 98 feet.
We would like t?
have you see our
Before buying your
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Saturday, partly cloudy -weather;
For New Mexico: Tonight, fair; light
frost; Saturday, fair.
For -west Texas: Tonight and Satur
Boiler Defeated by Turk and
Asbell Is Bitten by
Kansas City, Mo., April S. It was a
bloodj' and scrappy exhibition of mat
work here last night. Even the referees
got to fighting. One wrestler bit like
a mad pup, but first "Doc" Roller was
badly beaten, and that by a Turk.
Although claiming an Injured shoul
der, Br. B. F. Roller was forced by club
officers to finish the wrestling match
with Tussiff Mahmout. The Turk de
feated the American physician in two
straight falls. From the start the great
American mat man seemed to have no
The first fall was made in 32:30 with
a double wrist lock; the second by a
scisors hold afiter 30 seconds of play.
Not once did Roller annoy the Turk.
After the first fall Jack Curley.
Roller's manager, insisted that his man
had injured his right shoulder and pro
posed that the bout be stopped. Club
officers forced Roller to finish the
Before the contest started, Curley re
fused to permit Dave Porteous, the offi
cial referee of the club, to officiate.
Daniel Shay, manager of the Kansas
City baseball team, was substituted as
arbiter. This action led 4o a fight be
tween Curley and Shay later. The po
lice stopped it.
After the wrestlers were in the ring
Roller said he would not wrestle if
Mahmout did not don shoe. The Turk
put on shoes while the spectators hissed.
Before the bout had proceeded two min
utes Roller sustained a severe cut over
his right eye. It bled freely.
James Asbell of Kansas City defeated
Kali Pasha, the hand-painted Turk, in a
preliminary match. Incensed because
Pasha bit him, Asbell ithrew his oppon
ent over the ropes upon some rough
planks. Later In a rough tussle, the
Turk lost several teeth.
JEFF RUNS NINE
MILES WITH EASE
Trainers Fear He May Over
work Eliminate Hand
ball From Program.
BenLomond, Cal. April S So strong
has Jeffries started his training that
many fear he will overtrain. He went
at it like a true heavyweight yesterday,
running nine miles, and playing base
ball for two straight hours.
Jeffries was up and ready at 5
oclock in the morning. 'Accompaniea
by wrestler Farmer Burns, Bob Arm
strong and his two nephews, Jeffries
started out on a jog to the village of
Boulder Creek, 4 miles from camp.
When he reached the village he
turned around and -jogged right back
to the camp. His pace was easy and
his -wind was good -when the spin was
After a rest of a few hours Jeffries
peeled down to Jiis undershirt and led
the Tvay to the ball fields. For nearly
two hours he tossed the ball and caught
the grounders fronv the bat of Sam
Berger. Later handball became the or
der of the exercise with Bob Armstrong
and Berger as opponents.
The effect of all this, coupled with
the mountain climbs and the previous
two days trairiing was evident in the
fighter's condition. He has reducea
greatly in bulk and the change in the
much talked of waist line already is
Fear of Jeffries's trainers that he
-will overwork and fall stale before the
fight Is shown in the new camp pro
gram -which eliminates handball. A
bit of early morning road work and a
four round boxing session 'with Arm
strong In the afternoon is the program
now laid down.
Berger will go to San Francisco to
All Day "
Extra good umbrellas, made
with "Paragon" frame, covered
with hest grade umbrella scrg?,
either horn or plain wood han
dle. Good values at $1.25 and
$1.50; All-Dav Saturday Spe
All our 25c and 35c French
Ginghams will,be on sale to
morrow at 19b a yard. These
are 32 inches wide; come in
baby checks, large plaids and
shirting patterns. All-Day
Saturday Special 19c.
(Wash Goods Section)
25c and 35c Hose 19c
Women's fine black Hose, silk
finished, fast color, very elas
tic, made with double high
spliced hejl and toe. worth 25c
and 35c a pair; All-Day Satur
day Special 6 -pair to a cus
tomerat 19c a pair. 3 pair
I A Re
al Sensation for Saturday
Suits and Dresses Half Price
We are striving, harder each week, -to build a big Saturday business. Saturday,
come to think about it, is &e logical day for bargains. It is the end of the week
and many customers find it the most convenient of all days to shop. For that rea
son we propose to offer each Saturday something that is reaUy a phenomenal value.
1 $18.00 and $20.00 Linen Suits
and Dresses .......
This is one of the best values we have ever offered, at any season, and comprises about 75 suits
and dresses-one,. Lo and three-piece garments. They are made of the finest V? Jin1
en in white and colors, in hand embroidery trimmed eft ects. This unusual of fer cornea tabout tough
our New York office, which we have instructed to keep on the lookout, lor Saturday bargains.
These are model suits and dresses, only one of. a Rind. Ther e is a- full range of sizes to begin
with. However, the reduction is so great it will pay you to -oe among ine t. wivn l--
row morning at Calisher's. Sale starts promptly at S o ciock .ana continues
as long as the garments last- Regular $18.00 and $20.00 suits and dresses
choice tomorrow t
All Day Saturday Specials
12 1-2c VESTS 3 FOR 25c
Women's Swiss Ribbed Vests, very'
elastic, taped at neck andimoulders,
regular 12 l-2c garments; K
Saturday special 3 for JC(
HALF HOSE HALF PRICE
-Men's full fashioned Half Hose, plain
and "mercerized, in stripes, polka dots
and solid shades. We consider these
hose good 25c values; - ey JU
Saturday special, per .ir X &
CHILDREN'S HOSE 18c
Seamless Ribbed Hoe, fast black,
highly mercerized, double heels and
toes, regular 25c hoser Sat- 1 O
urday special, a pair J. O C
OVERALLS AND ROMPERS
Boys' Overalls and Rompers, all colors
and sizes, worth to 75c : OO
C Saturday special -l7C
$1.50 WASH SKIRTS 98c
Duck, Linene and Chambray Skirts.
In black, solid colors, polka dots and
checks. Trimmed with bias folds and
buttons. Worth to $1.50; QQ
Saturday special 0 V
$1.50 WAISTS 59c
Trimmed and plajn Tailored. Waists,
big aasortment of -pretty styles to se
lect from. Made of percale, lawn, lin
ene and -madras in light and dark
colors. These waists would sell in a
regular way up to $1.50;
Saturday special at
"OMEN'S HOSE 10c
Fast blade, Seamless Hose double
heels and toes. Regular price is 15c
a pair; Saturday
Saturday Night Specials 7 to 9
19c Half Hose Combing Jackets
3 Pair for 25c Worth to 39c for 19c
Men's Hich Grade Half Hose in solid Butterfly Combing Jackets, for wo-
colorsN and polKa aots, varrauLtw.
stainless, made with elastic instep.
Our regular 19c Half Hose; on sale
tomorrow night 3 pair to a Oj?
customer 3 - pair for "t
SATURDAY SALE OF
Misses and Children's
Values to $1 for 59c
Another big Saturday bargain ,
that will meet with the approval
of El Paso mothers is this sale of
Misses' and Children's Hatsj 25
dozen will be on sale tomorrow
morning- These are Fancy Straw
Hats and plain Sailors. Most of
the sailors are trimmed with silk
Tibbon, some have velvet band.
Values up to 1.00; Extra Special
for tomorrow only
men. .Made or lawn ana iianneiette
in light and dark colorings neat
patterns. Worth up to 39c; on sale
tomorrow night from 7 to Q
9 choice for 1 l? C
5.C--- Dsz&oodU Co.
7 to 9 P. M.
Silk Beltings, in white, black
and all colors, sell regularly 2c
to 5c an inch; on sale tomor
row night in the Belt Section,
75c Kimono Silk 39c
Japanese Kimono Silk, 36 inch
es wide, comes in a variety of
colors and new designs, regular
price is 75c a yard; a Saturday
Night Extra Special
75c VALUES 39c
Short Silk Gloves "Fownes,"
"Kays ex" and. "Amsterdam"
makes. Offered in black, white
and all colors. All sizes in the
lot. These are our regular 75c
silk gloves; very special to
morrow night, per pair,
First race, Futurity course Dixie
Dixon won; Gramercy. second; Pride
of Lismore third. Time. 1:12.
Second race, 6 furlongs Marse Abe
won, Marburg; second; Dr. Dougherty,
third. Time, 1:14.
tv.jwi nnp mile and 20 yards Cob-
Jbleskill won;' French Cook second; Cen
tra Costa third, xime. x-to.
Fourth race, 5 furlongs, Marin
handicap-Likely JDIeudonne won;
Cloudlight, second; Fern I third. Time
1:06 4-5. ,
Fifth race, mile and 20 yards After
math won; Voladay. second; Colbert,
third. Time, 1:42 3-5.
Sixth race, 6 furlongs Metropolitan
won; Cireston, second; Stoberta, third.
-. j -fT-irTr-e seiiincr:
buy an automobile for Jeffries. When j t fj"".! , oond: Harvest
.ffrloe J -Leili M", J-'i-c -.
the machine arrives In Camp Jeffries
will use it to? travel to and from the
ocean, where he expects to indulge in
At Sacramento H. H. E
Los Angeles .7 12 0
Sacramento .0 3 3
Batteries: Los Angeles, "Bris waiter
and Orendorff; Sacramento, Baum,
Brown and La Longe.
At Los Angeles B. IT. E.
Vernon 5 11 2
Portland --- t.-. 2 9 2
Batteries: Vernon. HItt and Hogan;
Hot Jr i rw' -"it"- """r" Portland, Garrett, Kratsberg, Ryan a'nd
day, partly cloudy weather; cooler to- I t, :..
night, except in southeastern portion.
River at El Paso: Height of surface
this morning above fixed zero mark,
SUES RAILROAD FOR
BEIXG HIT BY TRAIN"
Ed Simpson has filed suit against the
El Paso and Northeastern, the Rock
Island and other connecting roads for
$10,000 damages for personal injuries
sustained February 25, 1910. Simpson
sets forth In Ms petition that he was
crossing the tracks of the defendant
company near the union depot on the
date mentioned when he was struck by
a train and sustained a brok"en rib and
Tor rheumatism. cuts, snrams. Soae
throat, lame back, contracted muscle's,
corns, bunions and all pains. Price.
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
IB Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 34?
At Oakland R. H.E.
San Francisco ' 3 13 G
Oakland -! 7 1
Batteries: San Francisco, Miller and
"Williams; Oakland, Christian and
At Cincinnati R- H. E.
Cincinnati, Nationals ..r 9 S 2
Philadelphia. Americans 8 15 ti
(Second team). t
Batteries: Cincinnati, Spade. Fromme
and Clark; Philadelphia. Kellogg, Fienef
BAT NELSON" LOSES DAMAGE
SUIT AGAINST HOTEL
Philadelphia, "Pa., April S. Receiving
-the stigma of "an undesirable guest,"
Battling Nelson, former lightweight
jcnarapion, nas josi xua ?j.u.uuv wa.n.u.fc,
icase against the Bellevue-Stratford ho
Mtel. After spending the night. Nelson
wasjected from the hotel .the manage
ment discovering -the identity of the
. 'TrPcharging the jury, judge Holland
said'.that if Nelson had ever violated the
laws" of any state he could be termed
Eanundesirable guest and that would
sustain the action of the hotel mahage
"meriTI The jury decided 'that "Bat"
wasfan undesirable" in just three min-.utesK-
fTROUBLE BRE1VWING IN THE
CAMP OF CINCINNATI REDS
SlUot Springs, Ark., April 8. Clarke
Griffith is having trouble with his
players. Larrv McLean, the big Red
Jcatch"er, has kicked and that seems
to"ibe a signal to the others.
' - If-all seems to be about the way in
which the manager hands out his or
ders. He is said to boss his men like he
was running a section gang of Mexl-rcans;-or
a crew of Mississippi roust
&abouts. There has been noth!ngserious
fdffilyet. But there may be soon.
jW GAME AT SMELTER
!The Smelter and Southwestern base
balr"teams will meet Saturday after
noon at 2:30 on the Smelter diamond.
Moon, third. Time, :49. ,
Second race, 6 furlongs, selling
Splendida "won; Boserrian, second;
Light Blue, third. Time, 1:15 3-5.
Third race, 6 furlongs, selling Jane
Swift won; Ceremonious second; Dolly
Bultman, third. Time, 1:13 2-5.
Fourth race,- mile, selling handicap
High Range won; Ether second; El Fall
third. Time, 1:40 2-5.
Fifth race, 6 furlongs, selling Au
tumn Rose, won; Tralla. second; Coon
skin third. Time. 1:13 2-5.
Sixth race mile and sixteenth, sell
ingTempter won; First Premium, sec
ond; Sand Piper, third. Time 1:49 l-o.
piratesJand zozayas ,,,
7 TO bowl tonight
Play fo'r city championship bowling
will begin at S:30 tonight on T. M. C. A.
alleys. The Pirates and the Zozayas.
the two leading teams, will contest with
the following lineups:
Tivolt Pirates: Hanks, Lewis, Hardi
ker. Lehman. Bryan; T. M. C. A. Zo
zayas: Zozaya, Barela. Fuentes, Avina,
5P STOLE FIRST BASE.
According to Simon Nichols,
now of the Cleveland Ameri
J cans, Harry Davis of the Phil
S adelphia Athletics is the only
player who ever stole first base
in an American league game.
Simon did not see the feat ac- .
complished, as it happened be
fore he joined the Athletics, but
the story is an oft told yarn in
the Philadelphia camp. Davy
Fultz, who was the star base
runner of the league for a cou
ple of seasons, was on third
base and, Davis was on first.
Davis' sought to draw a throw
so as to give Fultz a chance to
score, but the catcher refused
to make the try, and Davis went
down to second unopposed.
This did not satisfy Harry,
however, and on the very next
ball pitched-he started back to
first. This time the catcher lost
his head and, being nonplused
by the unusual play, threw to
the first .baseman. This was just
what Fultz was waiting for, and
he dashed for borne. The first
sacker returned the ball to .the :
plate, but it was too late, and-,
Fultz scored, and Davis was on
first base once more. X
Barney Qldfield and All the
Noted Drivers to Take
Part Big Prizes in Cash
L03 Angeles, CalJ, April 8. Within an
hour after the Los Angeles motordrome
Is opened this afternoon new world's
records, cutting down the official time
in a startling manner, are expected to
Barney Oldfield, Ralph De Palma,
George Robertson, Ben Kerscher, J. B.
Marquis and other prominent drivers
will try for records for from one to 10
Practice work on the new pie pan
track last week indicates that the mile
record will be lowered from 12 to 15
seconds and other records seem certain
to be clipped.
De Palma's 190 horsepower Fiat ar
rived yesterday and he made a mile in
3S seconds. The arrival of the machine
assures a championship race between
E-e Palma and Oldfield.
Races of all sorts of distances will
give every form of car specially built
on "stock" an opportunity to show to
Its best advantage in numerous events
without having to face great odds and
being outclassed, as Is the case when
there is a small program.
In addition to this, the management
haa decided to hold a 24-hour race on
the "great planked dLsh." The A. A.
A. has been asked to set aside April 30
and May 1 for this long contest. It is
expected that owing to the few changes
of tires made necessary and the last
surface of the track all world's 24
hour records, including those made by
Edgfe at Brooklands track, England,
will be beaten. '
For the inaugural meet large cash
prizes are offered for professional
events and handsome trophies for ama
teur races, and the fields in each class
are expected to be larger than usual.
In addition to these, a number of
prominent coast drivers hope to show
"u",c Vi " vasiern stars a thing or
two about making speed.
This immense board saucer, which is
a perfect circle, measuring exactly one
mile (to within a fraction of an inch, is
banked all around at an angle of' IS
degrees. Its outer rim is 25 feet hih
and 7o feet wide. It is built of the
AT LBS ANGELE!
finest quality of Oregon pine, which is
said to be the very best wood to stand
the sun without warping and cracking.
So little rain falls
warping through dampness does not
have to be taken into consideration.
GAOETS LOSE TO
Lyman Starts Eun .Getting
With Three Bagger
Score 4 to 0.
JOKE IS JOLTED
Hangs Out -Sign to Prevent
. Arrest and Has to Take
Chicago, 111., April S. "Jack Johnson;
Please Don't Plijch Me Today. I'm Not
Speeding. Believe Me." That's the sign
' . . K. . j. I whfnh .TaoTr' hiinp- nut on ofthoi- cM nf
on tne coast nnat - - sCT ; ,
mo iiia-iiijit;- "oatK tuougnt it was a.
good joke. He paraded up and down
the boulevards and everybody smiled,
everybody except the police- They
Out in Lincoln park Jack and hi
machine were stopped by a park police
man. "Take it off; it's against they law to
carry advertising in the park," said, the
"Why, dat's no advertisin " explaiaed
"Yes it is. You're advertisin
self," said the -policeman.
Johnston took Jt pff.
In a fast and interesting game Thurs
day afternoon at Washington Park, the
El Paso high school won by the seoro
of 4 to 0 from the Military institute.
Lyman, in the fifth inning, started
the high school run-getting with a long
drive to left field for three bags. Grady
at third and Chenoweth at short gave
Loretz of the high school, good support
and the cutfield accepted every chance
without an error.
Porter for the institute p'rehed an
exceptionally good game, striking out
nine men In six innings; In the seventh
he weakened and was replaced by Mc
Lane. Hoover's playing at short kept
the high school score down and he was
credited with but a single error. Whlte
did effective work at the bat, but in
trying to steal bases from Parker, the
high school catcher, he sacrificed two
possible chances to score. The game
Thursday vas the first of a series of
three games to be played between the
high school and Institute for the local
The lineup was as follows:
High school: Chenoweth ss; Allen 2b:
Grady, H. 3b: Grady. W. lb; Lymon cf;
Canning, rf; Ross and Wallls If; Par
ker c; Loretz p.
Institute: Doris cf: "White 3b; An
derson and McClay c; Hoover ss; John
son 2b; Pomeroy If; Doris lb; Porter p;
Johnson and Brizze cf.
The score: R H E
High school ...0 0013000 0 4 3 3
Institute 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0..0 4 3
Struck out By Loretz 5; by Porter a
Umpires Merritt and Wylie.
It is complete, the El Paso AVhlte Sox.
Today the finishing touches will hnve been applied by roaaaser Ha r back.
It comes with the expected arrival tonight of two new players, "Joey" Kerri
ran and "White? '' Hewitt.
"Joe" Im a Chleaso lad, formerly of the Windy City league. HeIs ro
Ing to join iuo hisrh life In the outfield. "White?" is aa old Texas leaguer,
formerly with Houston and Shreveport. He has been selected for Infield
Thee additions -will complete the even dozen men who, will defend the
baseball honorof El Paso during the 1J)10 season. The trro new arrivals
probably will not show themselves nat the Cananea'gaHJes Saturday and Shh
day. " . r
Rumor has it that the Mexican team in comlnjc stronger than ever. Fans
remember well how forcefully the Mexicans played last year. If they are
stronger now, there will be a fight for blood 'to mark the opeaiHS of the seasoa
in this city.
CUMMXN'GS TO MOREXCI.
Cummlngs, who pitched for Dublan
last year, passed through the city yes
terday on his way to Morencl.
0. C. V.
Tickets on sale April 23, 24 and 25.
Idmit May 2d, with extension, privi
lege to May 19th.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
ST. REGIS HOTEL
TO ALL PARTS
i an ii mi inmwm lj
Saturday and Sunday