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May 3, 1910. The Heralcfs Sporting News
One man In every five has varicocele-
Is it strange if you are af
flicted -Rrlth this blighting; disease?
"Very fetv men realize the danger
In varicocele until it has sapped
their strength and left them physical
and mental -wrecks to live a life of
loneliness and despair. In many in
stances Its victims finish their ca
reers in the Insane asylum.
If you have varicocele you can
save yourself much future suffering
and humiliation by curing It now.
There's onlv nna wa-ir n Ar V.;.
JH remove the fiOTurpsHnn nf 'hlnr;i !.
,.kh'e swollen veins. The surgeons'
r.' ourv. uut not saie. mood
poison. Jsne danger of that meth-
uu, 3.nu. in;&iuej, 11 win reauce you
to just part of a man.
The best way Is to help nature
cure. Ajax does that "by driving out
me stagnant nma and strengthen
ing the veins and arteries.
Ajax Is an electric body battery
which pumps a steady glowing cur
rent of electric life direct to the
ailing part. By the use of the spec-,
lal varicocele attachment a speedy
and lasting cure is effected. Ajax
has cured some of the worst cases
after other treatment had failed.
Ajax reauires no charging in vin
egar or other acids.
FREE TO YOU
ify book telling all about Ajax
and cost of treatment, is free If
you 11 man me tms coupon.
AJAX BODY BATTERY CO.,
Dept. , Ajax Building,
Send information about "Ajax.'
Street or Box
at sounds good
ook 11 innings for CIpvnTirt tn
defeat St. Louis Monday.
Yes, Al Orth, the old major leaguer
Injured at "Waco, is back at -work. He
was not hurt so bad a? was thought.
In a ninth inning rallj-, Philadelphia
beat Boston Monday. Fire runs were
scored on five hits and an error, end
ing It 7 to 6.
Mike Donlin thinks that Harry Me
Intyre is one of the greater greatest
twirlers in the country and a find for
NATIONAL ROWING REGATTA.
Annual Event to Be Held on Potomac
River July 29 and 30.
The annual regatta of the National
Association of Amateur Oarsmen will
be held at Washington, July 29-30.
These dates were decided upon by the
executive committee of the organiza
tion at its annual meeting in New
York recently. AH the races will be
at one and a quarter miles over a
The following regatta dates were
also approved by the executive com
mittee: Connecticut Valley Ilowing club,
Springfield, Mass., July 4: Southwest
ern! Amateur Ilowing association. St
Louis, July 16; Central States Rowing
association, Quincy, 111., July 9; Har
lem Itegatta association, New York,
May 30; New England Amateur Row
ing association, Boston, July 4 and
Sept 5; ITudson River Rowing asso
ciation, Washington heights course,
July 1G; Middle States Regatta asso
ciation, Sept 5; Schuylkill Navy, July
18; People's regatta, July 4, and Ama
teur Rowing association. July 21, at
Large fresh strawberries; 3 boxes for
25 cents. Ardoin's Market.
K.r.Veeil Of New York nee-freH an
almost no hit game with Brooklyn Mon
day. I Manager Fred Clarke, of the Pitts
) burg club, was the first National league
j leader ro take action against the spit
1 ball. He hasn't said why. Doubtless,
j too vulgar.
The annual Down Ea-t horse sale will
j be- held this month at Reedville, Mass.
j It will be one of the biggest.
The Canadinan association has de
. elded to limit runing race meetings to
; e:ght days. It is done to avoid legis-
( union oi some peculiar Canadian va
BIG' ENTRY FOR PENN MEET.
AH Told 219 Colleges and Schools Will
Compete In Relay Rsccs.
The Unnwslty or Pennsylvania re
lay races on Franklin Held, Philadel
phia. April 30. v.:M be one of the big
gest athletic meets of the year. The
entries up to date include nine paro
chial schools. forty-one grammar
schools. forty-s,evr:i high schools, fifty
eight preparatory schools and fifty-five
colleges. This makes a total of 210
colleges and choo!s with teams in the (
As there are ten colleges and schools
that will have more than one team,
there now are 220 teams filtered.
Pennsylvania will bavo teams in the
one, two and four mile championships
and in the freshman championship;
Dartmouth has a team in the one mile
and another in the four mile, and so
Nearly every big college in the east
and west will be represented.
How Fortune Changes.
How strangely baseball fortunes do
mutate! Some years ago Par. Tebeau
gave his brother George a temporary
job in the Cleveland ouJMdjust to
aeip uiin out with a
George is one of the
(ft rr XT-rr.
with probably rwent1
money as Pat has tuc!
That new pitcher, Gray, pays baseball
like the Harper brothers three of 'em;
count 'em running for office in El Paso
he lands every time-
COMING SFOKT EVENTS
The great western handicap shoot
will be held in Des Moines, la., Mav
24 to 20.
Haverford college, just outside of
Philadelphia, will send a cricket elev
en to England this summer, starting
on June 11
The Stanford track team again ex
pects to participate in the western
conference meet at Chicago in June.
It will meet Utah and Colorado teams
on its way.
The first long distance outdoor in
tercollegiate swimming meet has been
planned by repiisentatives of the lead
ing colleges, to be held at Travers
island. New York, July 4 or 5.
Tommy Burns, who lost the heavy
weight championship to Jack Johnson,
is coming back to America. He has
accepted an offer to battle forty-five
rounds with Sam Lnngford in Colma.
Cal., Sept. 5.
Large fresh strawberries ; 3 boxes for
23 cents. Ardoin's MaisKe-
;I0US TO CATCH.
lr i wirlers Begs r-or
the Chicago Nation-
wants to become a
brwhelming has the
It he actually begged
?r an opportunity to
it this season.
le days at the TJni-
Overall had some
Kcher, and his am-
Le from those days.
fams, now with the
IUBS' GIANT PITCHER.
ub of the Pacific
osed an interchange-
'was the despair o"
L-xih" nines aud half
lbs on the coast.
kses an opportunity
n practice and nev
, when reviving th
lordevai Brown. Al-
' aed down the appll-
a his useful days as
er it would be the
TL"'1 4"V "wf
The MasterfupJifson( the Giants'
twirler. ulio is Mftngome reraarkably
flne pitching. ff
Kennard Wants A-Around Title.
Victor P. Kennarcithe former Har
vard athlete who gad fame on the
football field in 190S t kicking a goal
from the field for t,he '.rimson in the
game with Yale, has a-iounced him
self as a candidate for to all "around
championship of the Amaur Athletic
union on July 4. Kennar js now in
Chicago and. witlf Joe timer, will
represent the Chicago Athltic associa
tion. The Harvard man can;. 'out for
! track athletics late in Is college
course. He started, off as hammer
thrower, but met with poc success.
In the New England all arod cham
pionship last year Kenna 4 scored
5,097 points, but Ellery H. Qark, the
former national champion, von the
event with SAoo points.
FUSTED FOR SEATING
HORSE WITH GROWER
Complainant Is Then Fhed
For Driving Away Home
W. C. Park, charged with crueltj to
animals, entered a pies of gttflty In
justice E. H. "WatsonV court Monlay
afternoon and was fined $17.50, which
he paid. Complaint -was made by R M.
Hagler that Park had beaten a hcrse
with a crowbar.
Park immediately made a compUint
against Hagler. charging him Tith
nalicious mischief, alleging that he
had taken a horse and buggy nnd
driven them away, later returning
them. Kagler pleaded guilty and was
fined $13.50, which he paid.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver f ab
lets will clear the sour stomach sweeten
the breath and create a healthy appetite.
They promote the flow of gastric juiced1
thereby inducing good digestion. Sold'
by all dealers.
ft ". V .
UUNGSTR0M LIKES BOXING.
Champion Marathoner Says He Would
Like to Become Fighter.
Gustare Ljungstrom. the pygmy
sized Swede who smashed the world's,
record for 26 miles 3S3 yards at the
Polo grounds, in New York, recently,
when he went the distance in 2 hours
34 minutes S 2-5 seconds, says he is
through with the Marathon game and
will in the future confine bis efforts to
fifteen and twenty mile contests.
Ljungstrom is also anxious to become
a fighter and is at present thinking of
taking lessons in the art of self de
fense and may some time in the near
future be seen in the-ring. In talking
of the boxing game recently he said:
"I want to learn how to box. I'd like
to be a fighter. Yes. I would like to
bang the other fellow on the nose and
get the money. I'd quit running if I
could learn how the American boys
get the wallop."
Ljungstrom has the most striking ap
pearance of any distance runner per-
. ,t .-. ?.$.
4 -W 'j
JSTATE IXTKGSTI:Oir, CHAMPIOX 1IAEA.-THONER-
,..' ..-.- TTn cnrn-- t-hta. rnHTiVnd I
six months in the Swedish army, and
he is an erect, cocky little fellow.
In training for the recent contest he
ran 170 miles in training. Twice he
went twenty miles just to see how
strong he would be at the end of that
Dorando has hurled a challenge at
t-ie Swede, and It is more than likely
the pair will meet shortly if the Ital
ian will consent to go a distance un
der the Marathon route.
Ljungstrom is a phenomenal runner.
one of the best that ever visited this I
country. He says he is going to iut
up outdoor records for fifteen and
twenty miles this summer and hopes
to make such fast time that the rec
ords will last for years and years.
DEMING- A VISIT
School Children Are Ad
dressed jSTevy- Stone
Quarry Near Dem
ing, X. M.
Deming. N. M., May 3. Hon. H. R
Pattengill and territory school superin
tendent Clark were entertained at the
home of "W. E. Holt, editor of the
Graphic. Mr. Holt and Mr. Pattengill
wore for many years warm personal
friends In Michigan, ir. Pattengill ad
dressed the children of the schools be
fore leaving for Silver city. The child
ren received him enthusiastically, and
his talk was received with applause.
After filling his engagement in Silver
City Mr. Pattengill will return to Dem
inig and address the people of Deming
S"on some educational subject.
Messrs. Corwin, Killinger and "Wilson
have opened up a stone quarry 12 miles
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE,
The antiseptic powder to be shaken Into the shoes.
If jou have tired, aching feet, try Allen's Foot-Ease.
It rests the feet and makes nevr or tight shoes easy.
Cures aching, swollen, hot, sweating feet. Relieves
corns and bnnions of all pain and gives rest and
comfort- Always use it to Break in 2Cew shoes.
Try it to-day. Sold everywrens 25 cts. Don't
aecrpt any substitute. For FREE trial Dadiage,
address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
t"i. 'v-i 'M
Account Fiestas de San ftflarcos
First class round trip tickets, $56.65, Mexican Cy.
Second class round trip
Tickets on sale at Union Station and City Ticket office April 14th to
May 5th; return limit May 10th.
El Paso, Texas. City Passenger Agent.
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
Mexico Today Magazine
MEXICO TODAY MAGAZINE
I Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. F.
" '.. I..' '. 1 ! ..... ... JSJI
northat of Demmg. The stone is an
excellent free stone, well adapted to
building, aud especially suitable for
trimming purposes. They have taken
the contract to supply this stone for
trimming the Luna county courthouse,
now in course of construction. Ex
perts say that this stone Is equal in
quality to the famous Breaera stone of
Ohio. The owners of this property say
that the stone is there in unlimited
J. J. Bennet, cashier of the Deming
National bank, has returned from North
Carolina where he has been spending
several months. He Is much Improved
Major Jas. R. "Waddill Is attending
tfourt at Hillsboro.
PLEAS OF GUILTY.
Several pleas of guilty were entered
in the county court Monday afternoon.
Jesus Mendoza. charged with theft, was
sentenced to servo 40 days in the countv
jail; E. Popoco, theft, 20 days; John
Spriggs, theft, two charges, 60 dvs;
James Sharp, theft, 40 days; Otis Mc
Daniel. theft, dismissed.
Palace Cafe. H. B. Thompson.
El Paso Herald Office.
A. H. Richards. Jeweler.
International Bcok Co.
"Wm. Jlceller. Real Estate.
Herald Lobby Cigar Stand.
li. Zu Howell. Real. Estate,
agent Herald Bldg.
Y. "W. C. A. Lunch and Reit
John Brunner. Tailor
J. F. Milner. C. E. S. M.. repra
Eenting hc White Sands Co.
Miss Pauline Hilpert, Dress
Standard Home Co.
Chas- M. Gibson.
K. !. Nichols. Attorney at La.
J. E. Dutcher, Attorney at Iaw.
Colorado National Life Assur
ance Co., E. McMillan, Gen. Agant-
Southwestern f-ortlana Ctrment
The Wm. Jsnnlnis Co- Xnjjl
neers and Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist. Reading Rooms.
Mrs. A- P. Thompson. Mrs. Wra.
Xoble China Decorations.
Drsl Satterlee & Satterlea. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlee and
Dr. nettle Satterlee.
Carter & Robertson. Mill. Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
Public Stenographers Co. Ruth
Mrs. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra.
j.ne Ludlow-Saylor WlreCo.
J. E. Robertson. Mngr.
Dee & Woodyard. contracting r
R. E. Huthsteiner, Mechanical,
El Paso Printing Co., Herald
building, facing G. H. & S. A.
tracks and Main street.
Axe you contemplating a
HUNTING- or EISHINQ
Are von interested in
If so write Traffic Department
Mexico Northwestern Railway
Trains leave CIUDAD JUAREZ
Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays:
1:25 P. M. (Mexican time)
1:00 P. Ml (El Paso time)
DAILY SERVICE From
H. G. FERRIS, General Manager.
T. R. RYAX, Traffic Manager.
&1 fiaiiways of Mexico
tickets, $28.40, Mexican CyN