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The Herald's Sporting News Wednesday j PASO HERALD 4 19ia The Herald's Sporting News g
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keep your feet ceo! and cora
?ortab!e. $350 $400 500
EI Paso St
DTbC a TT
Chlcago-Plttsburg game postponed;
i"o game between Cincinnati and St
At Brooklyn R. H. 32.
New York 3 7 1
Brooklyn 4 10 2
Batteries New York, Wlltse and
Meyers; Brooklyn, Rucker and Erwin.
jUmmres Riglr iwl Emsie.
- AMERICAN LBGUE.
At St. Louis
Cleveland-St. Louis game postponed;
Batteries Detroit, Willetts.
R. H. E.
..3 11 0
..0 2 4
nage; Chicago, Smith and Payne.
Umpires Merin and Sheridan.
At New York R. H. L
Washington S 8 3
New York .3 6 2
Batteries Washington, Croome and
Street; New York, .Doyle, Ford and
Umpires Connolly and Dineen.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Boston - 0 2 2
Philadelphia 2 7 1
Batteries Boston, Wood and Carn
gan; Philadelphia. Krause and' Thomas.
Umpires Evans and Egan.
PINED FOE WHIP
PING SMALL BOY
E. P. Kepley Convicted on
Charge of Wlnpping an
E. P. Kepley was fined $25 in the
county court Tuesday afternoon on a
charge of aggravated assault, after be
ing found guilty by a jury.
It was charged that Kepley had
lashed eightyearold Clarence Forbes
with a horsewhip because he had
thrown something at his horse and
frightened him while he was driving
along Texas street.
At Fort Worth
At St. Joseph R.H. E.
St. Joseph 5 9 2
Lincoln 0 1 1
Watson and Wolfe; Jones and Sulli-van.
At Topeka R.H.E.
Omaha 2 6 1
Topeka 1 6 3
Keeley and Gonding; Jackson, and
At Wichita R- H. E,
Des Moines 8 10 1
Wichita 5 s 4
Owen, McGregor and Bachant; "Hass
SETTLING ON IN
Johnson and Jeffries Both
Training Jeffs Wife
At Denver, first game R- H. E.
Sioux City J 7 3
Denver 11 16
Burnett, Clark and Miller; Ehman
Denver J" 3
Sioux City t "
Hagerman, Schrieber and McMurraj.,
Chabek and Towne.
At New Orleans
R. H. E.
"It cured me," or "It saved the life of
my child,! are the exressioins you hear
every day about Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is
true the world over where this valu
able remedy has been introduced. No
othtr medicine m use for diarrhoea or
bowel complaints has received such
general approval. The secret of the suc
cess oT Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera an.i
D'arrhca Is that it cures. Sold by all
San Antonio -tf 4 12 0
Fort Worth 2 7 1
Batteries San Antonio, Feeney and
Alexander; Fort Worth, Weatherford
At Dallas R- H. E.
Galveston 4 7 0
Dallas 5 9 5
Batteries Galveston, Crabble and
Stringer; Dallas, Hirsh and Onslow.
At ShreVeport R. H- E.
Houston 7 11 1
Shreveport '-'- 2. 6 2
Batteries Houston, Burch and Wat
son; Shreveport, Howell and Hennln-ger.
At Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City '- 4
Batteries Waco, Huseman
White: Oklahoma City, Crawson
R. H. E.
Team No. 2
won from team No. 11 by
-i, -v "r c. A. al-
a 10 pin margin uu mc j.- . -- -- -leys
Tuesdav night. Weaber and Houck
tied for high game at 192, Houck mak
ing total at 564. Strikeouts were made
by Woodbury and Houck.
By a 143 margin team No. 3 beat team
No. 10. Foster made both game at 19 1.
and total at 526. White made an only
strikeout. Scores were:
Team No. 11 .-1
At San Francisco R. H. E.
Sacramento - 1 "
Oakland 0 9 4
Baum and Le Longe; Nelson and
the Melvln Meat
Team No. 2. 1
Team" No. 10. 1
Team No. 3 1
2 3 Tl
179 172 475
161 1S4 512
124 185 501
469 541 148S
t 2 3 Tl
185 179 510
166 144 4S9
192 192 564
543 515 1563
2 3 Tl
128 168 443
150 160 459
186- 138 418
464 466 13S3
2 3 Tl
197 175 526
154 171 486
160 186 504
1 Sneekled trout at
Totals 473 521 532
San Francisco, Cal., May 4. All pro-
moters of the big fight will meet this
afternoon in Johnson's camp for the
purpose of settling the referee matter.
Action was deferred until today on ac
count of the 30,0oo deposit hich was
added to the guarantee fund. Under
the articles of agreement May 4 is the
latest day for the referee, choosing.
Johnson is doing little training. He
has announced that he will begin in
earnest Friday or Saturday at the
latest. " -
The San Francisco church federation
decided yesterday to lend aid to the
Oakland federation in the campaign
against the big fight. .It is announced
that the matter will be laid before at
torney general Webb and governor
James N. Gillett. The Presbyterian Min
isters union also took action in the
matter, and appointed a committee to
draft a communication to the governor.
Jeffries came to Oakland yesterday,
meeting his wife, who has recovered
from her operation. Contrary to advice
from his trainers, the big fellow intends
to continue training today. Farmer
Burns told Jeff to lay off a couple of
days, but James J. couldn't see It that
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4. STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
j- By Art Woods. 4
WHERE THEY PLAY THURSDAY.
Boston at Brooklyn.
IMulrdelphia &t New YDrk.
Ci.1u2nr.ati at SL Louis.
Chicago at Detroit.
St. Louis at Cleveland.
Washington at Philadelphia.
New York at Boston.
Houston at Ft. Worth.
San Antonio at Dallas.
Waco at "Shreveport.
Galveston at Oklahoma City.
HOW .THEY STAND.
New York 14
St. Louis 14
exico Investments are the Safest and Best
Mexico is making remarkable strides these days and the man
who invests in Mexico properties is certain to make a far larger
percent npon his investment than those "who invest in soil in
Aiivonevvill admit that the soil in Mexico is just as rich and
productive as the soil in Texas. Many pronounce the soil and
conditions better. Eor the cost of a few acres in the El Paso val
ley you can buy a good ranch in Mexico, get better prices- for your
YOUR WATER COSTS YOU PRACTICALLY NOTHING.
Which is a big thing to consider when you are buying land. The
difference in securing water in Mexico, and the United States
would keep a big family in comfort.
It's not going to be long before genuine bargains in Mexico
are going to be as hard to find as they are in the upper and lower -valley.
The man who selects a good piece of Mexico property
now and holds it for a short time is going to be indejDendent for
life. 1 -
SOME GOOD BARGAINS IN MEXICO LANDS.
531 acres, about 10 miles below Juarez. No better soil in tha
valley; raw land but can be placed in excellent shape at little ex- '
pense. Has plenty of wood. Price per acre, $40 gold.
50 acres 5 miles below Juarez; fine sandy soil, raw land but
needs very .little leveling. On one of the largest ditches in the
valley. Price per acre only $35 gold. .
18 acres only 4 miles froin town; has 2 room house, one-half in
wheat, other has good timber. Price per acre $40.
200 acres about five and one-half miles from Juarez; finest" .
raw land in the valley; wood on place -will pay for the clearing.
Price per acrej $45.
200 acres in alfalfa and wheat; rich soil, small portion of land
is raw. Price per acre $55.
400 acres 1 mile from Juarez, about 60 acres in alfalfa, wheat
and gardens. Very fine land. Has 4 room house, all fenced, bal
ance has abundance of timber for wood which sells for $15 per
cord, Mexican currency; you can buy this for $100 per acre.
We also have a number of other tracts from 2y2 acres to thou
sand acre ranches. All are close to town and will net handsome
returns. We guarantee our titles to be perfect and prices the best
TWO GOOD BUYS
8 acres near the agricultural college in the upper valley. Has
3 room house, all in cultivation, on main ditch, and can be bought
for $60 per acre.
IT acres on the old County Road, one mile and a half below
Ysleta. Adjoining land sells for $150 per acre. The best buy on
this side of the river that has been made this year.
C. JUAREZ, CHIC, MEXICO
No. 88 Commercio St., Phone Bell 346
New York v 11
Chicago v 11
St. Louis 11
Dallas . 18
San Antonio IS
Oklahoma City IS
Ft. Worth IS
W. L. P.C.
8 3 .727
-0 4 .714
8 4 .667
7 5 .5S3
5 6 .455
5 10 .333
4 9 .308
4 10 .286
W. L. P.C.
5 4 .667
9 5 .643
S 6 .571
-7 S .467
5 6 .455
6 10 .375
3 8 .273
W. L. P.C.
11 7 .611
10 8 .556
10 S- .556
10 S .556
9 9 .500
S 10 .444
5 10 .444
6 12 .333
$4.50 and $5.00 Petti
coats, on special sale
$3.50 mu3lin Petticoats
come highly trimmed
$3.00 muslin Petticoats
on sale for
$2.50 muslin Petticoats
trimmed nicely, for
$1-50 muslin Skirts, lace
or embroidery trimmed.
$1.25 muslin Skirts,
on special sale for......
$5.00 heavy Taffeta Petticoats, black
and colors, on special ( O AC
sale at p09&0
1 special lot of all silk Petticoats,
black and colors, O 7
special sale P &
riallaiTfl ifr l.mn
.. VMM w r J
112-114 South Oregon Street.
Special values in muslin underwear and long kimonos
Thursday and Friday.
$6.50 long Jap silk Ki
monos on special sale for
$5.00 long Kimonos d0 Q
made of Jap silk, special P-? oaJ
1 special lot of all silk d0 O JS
Jap Kimonos on sale at vptJ aJ
$3.00 long krinkle crepe, elaborately
trimmed, on sale 4JO
Ladies' Night Gowns
$1.50 Xight gowns, come made of dif
ferent materials, nainsook, long
cloth and muslin, t fl 1 C
$1.25 Gowns, come made up in differ
ent materials, low and high neck,
short and long sleeves, Q g
on sale at .70C
$1.00 Gowns, come in low and high
neck, long and short sleeves, QP
75c and 85c Gowns, made low and
high neck, short ana long Q
sleeves, for 'U2C
Strong line of 50c Gowns, high and
$1.50 Corset Covers, -g - Jf
highly lace trimmed, for P L J
$1.25 Corset Covers, nicely
$1.00 Corset Covers, excep
tional values, special
$2.50 long krinkle
made up in several
styles, on sale for.
$2.00 long krinkle
$1.50 long Kimonos,
made of plain crepe, for.
$1-25 long Kimonos made of
different materials, for
1 special lot of soiled. Corset Covers
which contain 65c,. 75c and A J
$1.00 values, each TT0C
35c ladies' Drawers, lace and hem
stitched tuck drawers, Of
on sale at fciTrC
50c ladies' Drawers, hemstitched, em
broidered and lace trimmed, A r
on sale at TTvIC
75c Drawers, come in lace and em
broidery trimmed, on
special sale at
$1.00 Drawers, come in different ma
terials and trimming, 7C
on sale for . I OC
$1.25 Drawers, high class materials
and trimmings, on sale . Q C
1 special lot of ladies' Drawers,
slightly soiled from handEng, 65c,
75c, S5c, $1.00 and $1.25 ttfk
values, on sale at OvC
Full line of children's Drarsver3, plain
hemstitched, 10c and 15c; Off
ruffle, 15c and OC
First race, 6 furlongs Joanne
Rialto second. Myles O'Cfnne 1
Time, ! 12 :-
Second race, 7 fu.-longs Imitate r
won; Responseful second; Dolly Bell
man third. Time, 1:27 2-5.
Third race, 6 furlongs Campbell
won; Be.iu Coup second; Casque third.
Time 1:18 4-5.
Fourth race, the Suffolk selling stake,
4 furlongs Ladasette won; Moncrief
second; Edda third. Time, :54 4-5.
Fifth race, mile Berkeley won: Ed
Ball second; Tho Peer third. Time,
Sixth race, 4 furlongs Xightfall
won; Busy Miss second; Miss Nett third.
Time, :55 1-5.
IN I LOSE
First race, 6 furlongs, selling Ame
thyst won; Waner second; Charles
Green third. Timie. 1:14 3-5. I
Second race, 4 furlongs, selling
Othale won; Wiltrude S. second: Ritla
third. Time, :4S.
Third race, mile and 20 yards, selling
Redeem won; Beau Man second; The-
P.C. ' margo third. Time, 1:41 3-5.
Fourth race, 6 furlongs &a.iruu.m
won;' Chester Krum second; Banorella
third. Time, 1:19 4-5. '
Fifth race, 1 3-1 B miles, selling Steel
won: Merlingo second; Colbert third.
Time. 2:00 1-5.
Sixth race, Futurity course, selling
Silver Stocking won: Lordof the Forest
second; La Petite third. Time, 1:10 2-5.
First race, 6 furlongs Alchemist
won; Mauretania second; Grenade Show
third. Time, 1:14 l-o.
Second race, 4 furlongs Discontent
won; Enycoit second; Clarksburg third.
Time, :50 1-5.
Third race, 6 furlongs Ethel M. won:
Claudia second; Starpret third. Time,
Fourth race, 1 1-16 miles Donau won;
Joe Morris second; Boolaboola third.
Fifth race, purse, 4 furlongs Gold
en Egg won; lima second; Lau Mexican
third. Time, :54.
. Sixth race, mile Console won; Den
ver Girl second; Great Jubilee third.
Time, 1:41 3-5.
tiiflos iii the
The best of sanitary conditions pre- We fit trusses and-elastic st
vail at the El Paso Dairy plant- When I J. A- Robertson, the prescription
you get their milk you get the best. Sist. 407 X. Oregon street.
Both phones. !
. j The delicious Smith Ice Crsa.:
Rinp- cherries for cherry pie at Jack- i growing in favor each day. Wlw!
son's. Phone 353.
I and retail. Both phones.
The finest milk in the southwest
the El Paso Dairy kind.
If you want to taste good ice cream
order from the Woods Confectionery.
Auto, phone, X. Oregon street.
The best milk costs no more than
the ordinary kind If you order It from j
the El Paso Dairy- Bqtn phones.
I Juarez Realty Co.
Pittsburg. . .
New Tork . . .
Optimo olive oil is a splendid spring
tonic, a great cleanser for the system
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery imports It
direct from Bordeaux, France, In 100
Home made candles that are th
in the city at Wood's Conlec
X. Oregon street- Auto, phone.
ice cream ror receptions a s
at the Smith Ice Cream Co. Se
order to them. Both, phones.
Use the Auto, and tell Wood. X. Ore-
j gon street, you want tine sherbets or
ice cream and you u get it.
Smith Ice Cream Co. deliver tkfei
ilcious cream to ail parts et te
All flavors. Both phones.
The famous Smith Ice Cream Co
goods cost no more than the ordinary i Dairy Co.
kind. Free delivery. Both phones.
Mrs. Dan Kelly's home baked, calces
fresh every morning, 75c each. Jack
son's. Phone 353-.
St. Louis 333
Cleveland . 600
Xew York Vw. 583
Boston r. 500
Washington ;.. .412
St. Louis 333
.267 ' j
First race, 4 furlongs Lochiel won:
Idle Michael second; Heretic third. .Time,
:55 1-5. '
Second race, 6 furlongs First Up
won; Croydon second; Margaret third.
Tims, 1:15 3-5. t
Third race, mile Equation won;
Moltke second; Charilvarl third. Time,
Fourth race, the Crickmore Memorial
steeplechase, 2 miles Thistledale won;
Dr. Pillow second; Tourney third. Time,
Fifth race. 6 furlongs Field Mouse
won; Beau Chilton second; Sager third.
Tim?. 1:15 4-5.
Sixth race, mile and 40 yards Lad of
Langdon won; The Golden Butterfly
second; Merman third. Time, 1:43 4-5.
Seventh race, 6 furlongs Jolly won;
Golden Castle second; Jennie Wells
third. Time, 1:14 1-5.
Demand pure milk.
Paso Dairy Co. kind.
That's the El
Give the babies good pure Bailk. T
can always; gee i& at ine jsi ra
The most delicious strawberries fresh
from California every morning at
Jackson's. Phone 353.
Tou always get good ice cream when
you get the Smith Ice Cream Co. kind.
Both phones. Free deliveries.
FEDERAL COURT AT
'Fifty Acre Orchard Is Sold
for $20,000 Athletic
Roswell, X. M-, May 4. Federal court
has adjourned until June 4, at which
time the case of the United States
against the Black Water Land and Cat
tle company will be taken up. The re
mainder of the docket has been con
tinued until October 24. The case
against Mike Weil, the only one that
it was proposed to try at this term,
had to be continued because Dee Grou
sky, the principal witness for the ov
ernment, was unable to make the trip
District court for Chaves county is In
session thrs week and the grand jury
is at "work. The members are: C. A.
Baker, foreman; J. L. Wilson, G. H.
Buss, E. J. Mason, S. P. Demming, M. E.
Horsbey, C. M. Macy, J. D. Bunting,
J. T. Stone, C M. Farnsworth, W. H.
Crawford, S. C. Smith, L. B.
had charge of an athletic club
Champaign, III., and S. A. Br
: graduate of the school of P
Education, of Chautauqua, X. T.,
present a member of the faculty
University of the South, at
Tenn., and formerly private ins
in sparring at tne University o:
cago, are preparing to organize
Ietlc association in Roswell. T!
Masonic hall occupying the
floor of the old postofflce buildi
been fitted up for the purpose.
MIXERS PLA"X BALL GAME
"WITH BAXKERS AT TT.
Bisbee, Ariz., May 4. A baseball team
has been organized at Warren among
the employes of the Calumet & Arizona
Mining company, and A. Engelder has
been chosen as manager. A game will
be played by this team Sunday with the
Mrs. Edward 'Dunbar, or San-Antonio,
Tex., who accompanied her son as far
as El Paso on his way to his home in
San Francisco, has been' the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. I. K. Hudson, 91
East Boulevard, for th last few davs
Boellner, , and nas just returned to her home.
H. Xrukenmeyer, G. X. Hunsberger. G
W. Zink, Vanderbilt Mills. Wyatt John
son, D. R. Britt, J. M. Rose and Ed
James Sutherland has shipped 2000
head of "black" cattle to purchasers at
Canadian and White Deer, Tex.
Allen, Wilson, of Santa Cruz, CaL.
who arrived here recently to look after
his cattle interests, has gone on a
ten days' trip to Kansas Chy with a
shimnent of stock. '.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rose, who have i Ior aisorcerea Doweis ana sour scqhl-.
lived here for several years, have sold ; ach 11 teething babies need it. Plea-
their 50 acre orchard at South Spring ant to ta:ce, sure, ana sale, contains
to Albert Hanny for 520,000 and gone to j harmful drugs.
Texarkana to make their home. Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle. SoM,
W. C. Barton, who for six years has by all druggists. '
Mrs. McCook, 711 San Diego street,
has left for Los Angeles and San Diego,
where she will spend the, summer:
A Hsibv Father
is soon turned to a sad one if he
to walk the floor every night
crying baby. McGee'a Baby Elixir ?9l
make the child well, soothe its nerres,
induce healthy, normal sluihfeer. B4t
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