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Thursday, June 2, 1910. The Herald ss Sporting News
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B sE?fcE i Vila IfiiEBia ? g and 40 minutes. Ke fett in such fm 24drMX
EB "patrOniZe Fail FOIKS & g rest of the day in recreation. IS ffi A
mS P f The crowd which gathered to see ' W - V
H ,,,lftff:WrTIB'irilllT,'BniBEar-'" - nr-" j gymnasium clothes. JJanclng with the j 7? 7''"'
The above card, attacking the Gem Electric
Company, is being distributed ground the city
but by wiioV If the Electrical Workers' Union
gave their sanction, why do they not sign this
The Gem Electric Co. was the first to pay the
Electrical Workers $4.00 per day and it was not
a question of wages that caused the walkout.
I want to inform the public that I intend to
stay in business regardless of this walkout. We
are only charging 45c per hour for first class
work. References: Anyone in El Paso.
BY JOHN BLAKE, Mgr.
Both Phones 601 San Antonio St.
SHE IN FINEST
Ben Lomond, CaL, June 2. Jim Jeff
r;'s is now in magnificent condition,
z nd if no accident or sudden illness be
fal.s him, he will enter the ring July
4 for the championship battle with Jack
Johnson in perfect physical trim. This
Is the gist of a statement issued by Dr.
Charles V. Cross, United States exam
In'ng physician of San Francisco, fol
lowing a most painstaking examination
te big fellow has had since he began
In the course of my practice I have
examined 15,000 or 20.000 men," said
Dr Cross, "and I have never seen any
thing so wonderful as the strength and
p wer of endurance of this man. I
found nothing to indicate the storie3
of a hidden disease in Jeffries."
Concerning Jack Johnson, whom ipr.
CroS examined recently, he said:
"As to a comparison of the physique
of Johnson and Jeffries there Is not a
large margin of difference. Both ar
in fine bodily trim. Johnson, like Jef
fries, is sound throughout. Johnson
has considerable more fat on his body,
but when the pair stp into the ring 1
believe they will be almost an even
match so far as condition goes."
Again speaking of Jeffries, he said:
"He is practically in fighting condition
STATISTICAL BALL DOPE. -
5 By Art Woods.
WHERE THEY PLAY FRIDAY.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at New York.
Chicago at Boston. .
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
v American. ,
"Washington at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
New York at St. Louis.
Boston at Chicago.
Houston at Wtyro.
Dallas nt Shreveport.
Galveston at San Antonio.
KOW THEY STAA'D.
Chicago 35 23
New York 3S 24
Pittsburg 3S 23
Cincinnati 35 IS
St. Louis 39 19
Brooklyn 39 17
Philadelphia 34 '13
Boston 3S 14
Philadelphia 35 26
New York 32 23
Detroit 39 23
Boston 35 19
Cleveland 32 14
Washington 3S 16
Chicago 31 11
St. Louis 35 7
" " Texas.
Houston 44 2S
Galveston 44 26
San Antonio 42 24
Dallas 44 24 ,
Shreveport 45 21
Ft Worth 42 19
Oklahoma City 42 19
Viaco 42 12
TEXAS LEAGUE GOSSIP.
V- (By Horace H. Shelton.)
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Home runs are winning more games
this year than was ever known in the
T-xas league. Although home runs are
often made it is but seldom that they
are deciding factors in a game.
Waco fights harder and loses more
games than any team in the Texas
Vague. That aggregation is always on
the job and it takes the best teams In
the league to defeat the tailenders.
The scores are always close ones.
Earle of Connie Mack's staff of scouts
is now in Texas looking over the men.
He may make deals for a number and
will at least get a line on how they
play. . Texas is now being -watched very
closely by the big league scouts.
That game between Dallas and Okla
homa City in which one team made 20
runs and the other 10 runs 4s the kind
of a farce that hurts baseball. Two
teams perpetrating such a fraud on the
fans who pay their good money at the
imfp nncht to he susnended from the
; league and made to refund the money.
With the kicks being registered
against the umpires, the protestor!
games and other little incidents, presi
dent Wilbur P. Allen of the Texas base
ball league is a very busy man.
Kaphan's injuries received in Mon
day's game at Galveston are raiher ser
ious. He broke his leg while sliding
home. He will be out of the game at
least two months.
ZMo.ore, who replaced Morris of Fort
Worth at shortstop, is playing a good
game. He added strength to a weak
spot in that team.
Jerry Kane seems to be covering first
base for Houston about as well as Pat
Newnam did. Just why Fort Worth let
him go the fans of the circuit are un
able to see.
Mclver, San Antonio's speedy out
fielder, is clouting the pill about the
lot in a fierce fashion. It is rarely that
he fails to get a hit out of four times
up and these hits come at a time that
helps to win a game.
In the last game pitched by Randall,
the Oklahoma Indians got only seven
hits but he walked seven men. -The
two combined lost the pitcher the game.
' Thebo seems to like his berth with
Waco. He is a brilliant star in that ag
gregation and he is fond of the lime
light. TVith other teams he might lack
the same luster.
It looks now as if there would be a
new deal in the umpire game in the
Texas league. Those now officiating,
with the exception of Matthews, are
not at all satisfactory.
Dode Criss recently assisted in pitch
ing a game for St- Louis. The former
Texan came out with a score of only 13
to 1 in favor of the other team.
The race between Dallas, Houston and
Galveston for first place is becoming so
close and the feeling engendered so bit
ter that all three teams are trying to
strengthen every weak point. This is
what goes to make fast baseball.
Hoch der Gotch!
Although afraid of going stale, John
son boxed at command of a crowd of
visitors. Yes, he did. S
Gotch remains king of th mat and
that he is an American we are glad.
But that Pole was a good sport.
Samuel Berger, esquire, press agent,
has ordered the erection of a new gym
nasium for James, J. It was Corbett's
suggestion, the" say.
It was the best game of the season
at Sioux City yesterday, principally be
cause Lincoln came out low horse. It
was a" pitchers' battle, too.
George McQulllen, star twirler for the
Phiadelphia National club, was fined
last night, and indefinitely suspended
by president Fogel. George was soaked
3250, and they say that more canning is
Allowing only three hits, Berger ol
Brooklj-n pegged good ball at home
yesterday, and they made it five
straight against Pittsburg.
Frank Gotch, remaining wrestling
champion, used to pitch hay for a liv
ing up in Iowa. He lived in the same
neck as Farmer Burns, who discovered
him and led him to fame.
With two out, one on base and one
run, Overall was taken out of the box
in the ninth inning of Tuesday's Chi
cago at Boston game.
Wow! Philadelphia 5; St. Louis 10.
Bum pegging was the only feature of
Some scandal. Manager Dooin of
! Philadelphia was sent to the club
he-use for disputing a decision.
j It is rumored that Jack Johnson has
telegraphed for the vaccinating serv-
ices of ex-boxer, always detective, at
present quarantine officer Billy Smith,
and that Billy Smith has wired back, "I
don't work for negroes." That's what
Andei&on, the El Paso recruit, was
ont to the mound for Cincinnati at
New York yesterday, but Wingo didn't
last. Rowan relieved him In the first
inning, after WIngo's wildness had
forced in a run. ,
Yale and Holy Cross played to a tie
yesterday at New Haven. It was the
second one of the season, and a double
shut out at that.
SANDERSON BROWNS WIN.
Sanderson, Tex., June 2. The San
derson Browns and Sanderson Spanish
Reds played an interesting game here,
the former winning by a score of 9 to 2.
The Kappa Delta Epsilon will enter
tain Friday nigrc at the home of Mrs.
Ernest Hughes, J?08 North Kansas.
trim that he figured on spending the
rest of the day in recreation.
The crowd which gathered to see
him box won Johnson Into donning his
-vranasium clothes. J3anclng with the l
pulleys for some 10 minutes, the black
man presented a good appearance and
he followed it up with the tossing of
the medicine ball which included a duel
of heaving between Mills and himself.
Johnson cut loose and had the spec
tators in an uproar at his clever per
formance. He pummeled the leather la j
minutes without showing the least sign
of distress and put an end to the work
with a healthy wallop that sent the bag
flying far over the heads of the
It was plainly noticeable when John
son pulled on the gloves and stepped
into the ring that he was under double
wraps. Cotton essayed to make it a
fast bout and frequently rushed the
Galveston negro about the ring, but
Johnson was content to whip In a low
one once in a while and put in the
rest of the time to defence. Cutler
-as ushered In after Cotton's four
rounds and for the three rounds he
-rid the floor, Johnson leaned against I
the ropes and toyed wltn him.
George Little was still about camp,
but the persistent rumors that John
son Intends to dispose of him will not
down. Little was wrathy over the
story going the rounds and said that
he Is Johnson's manager and as such
will always remain.
Little further said that Billy Delaney
and Al Kaufman would join the train
ing force next Wednesday and help get
the champion in shape. Little is think
ing of trying to secure Stanley Ketchel
as a sparring mate for Johnson.
Ail afternoon trains are reported oa
Remarries Former Wife
Hattiesburg, Miss, June 2. A sec
ond marriage to his first wife resulted
in a charge" of bigamy here yesterday
against J. W. Key, formerly of Michi
gan. After the first marriage, Key se
cured a divorce and wedded a young
woman of Mobile. Soon afterward, it
is alleged, he left her and remarried his
On c Hot Day
Take a few drinks of Welch's Grape
Juice, will cool you off and give you
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
The Antarctic Voj-nsre.
London, England, June 2. The Brit
ish Antarctic expedition, which set sail
Wednesday, will proceed first to New
Zealand, where Capt. Scott will go
aboard. The 10,000 mile voyage into
the Antarctic will then be continued.
Capt. Scott and Lieut. E. R. Evans,
second in command, claim they have the
best equipped expedition that has
started on a polar search The officers
and scientists number 28 and the crew
Dr. Gallnslier, Trust Bldg.. hours 9 to
11 a. m., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
. Dr. Gray, Eye. Ear. Nose and. Throat.
205 Caples Bldg.. 2nd floor.
Engineers ApIv Increase.
Denver, Colo., June 2 Representa
tives of the engineers of the Denver
and Rio Grande railroad had a confer
ence with general manager Horace
Clarke, when demands for a new "nage t
scale and other concessions from the
road were made. One of the reasons
given for demanding higher wages is
the high cost of living. As yet. there Is
no talk of strike.
Grebe cleans 61othes. 418 N. Oregon.
PnTIter Son Weds.
St. Louis, Mo., June 2. Joseph Pu
litzer, jr., of New Yrk and St. Louis,
was married late Wednesday to Miss
Nellie Wickham. of St. Louis, daughter
of Mrs. Edmund F. Yvrickham. The
ceroniony -uas performed in the Wick
Dr. Comeron, reliable dentistry, rea
sonable price. Over Guarantee Shoe
Watermelons on ice. Phone Ardoin's.
Chicago, HI., June 2. William Norris,
the actor, was married heie today to
his leading -woman, Maybel Mordaunt.
It is said that Mrs. Norris i the
divorced -wife of Hal Mordaunt, who ap
peared in El Paso two years ago with
the Glass stock company.
Our way of keeping vegetables makes
them always fresh.
Jackson's Snnitory Grocery.
Cabinet Must Stick.
Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2. In
consequence of difficulty in forming
a new cabinet in the present state of
politics, premier Zahle, at the request
of king Frederick, has withdrawn the
resignations of the ministry.
Special, ladles' purses, shopping bags,
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Postal Rank Bill.
Washington, D. C, June 2. The .house
Republican caucus last night agreed
to amend the postal savings bank bill
so that 65 percent of the deposits may
b" deposited in local banks, 30 percent
may be invested in bonds and 5 percent
be held as a permanent reserve.
We always have fresh dill pickles,
sauerkraut, queen olives in bulk, etc.
in our delicatessen. It's our way of
Jackson's Sanitnry Grocery
Alamo nn, 314 S. El Paso St. Finest
furnished room in fcity.
Grazing War Ended.
Denver. Colo.. June 2. With the re
turn today of district forester P. G.
Reddington of the Denver officd came
the announcement that threatened trou
ble in Gonejos county, between Mexican
and white sheep herders, has for the
present been averted. Reddington spent
three weeks among the warring fac-
rlk. Tiews zz,-
I ft tCTV ill f-
A t Brevities
' ' T.
tions and finally brought them to
gether. Roosevelt Accepts Invitation.
Grand Junction, Colo, June 2. For
mer president Roosevelt has accepted
an invitaxion to attend the-oneet'ng of
the Colorado Livestock association at
Delta the latter part of September. He
will be escorted from Grand Junction
to Delta by 1000 mounted cowboys.
During June. July and August we
close at noon on Saturdays.
Kraknucr, Zork & Moye.
Dr. Willis R- Smitn, Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Bntile With Convicts.
Caldwell. Tex., June 2. In a pitched
battle between sheriff Henslow, a pose
and nine convicts near MHano, Tex.,
yesterday, one convict was killed and
two wounded, according to reports re
ceived in Caldwell.
Don't "burn up" over a hot stove and
in a hot kitchen baking cakes when you
can get just as good cakes as ever
were baked, frsh every morning, 75
Jnck.son' Sanitary Grocery,
C. L. BHlington, 709 Magoffin Tel 14S9
Painting, paper hanging, decorating.
Are now at the union depot at all
times. Please call for them.
Many a cold lunch goes from our deli
catessen thee days. It's a great
accommodation to the good housewife
and saves many hot hours in the
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Pcraa liar, 25 Cents.
Saturday only, we will have on sale
our own make of delicious 40 cents a
pound Pecan Bar for 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
During June, July and August we
cIomj at noon on Saturdays.
Krakancr, Zork & Moye.
Try some of our home boiled ham for
lunch. Jackson's, phone 353.
Pecan Bar, 25 Cents.
Saturday only, we will have on sale
our own make of delicious 40 cents a
pound Pecan Bar for 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
New apricots are nice for lunch. We
have them. Jackson's. Phone 353.
Tafts New Sectretary.
Washington, D. C. June 2. The ap
pointment of Charles D. Norton, of
Chicago, as secretary to the president.
Is officially announced. Mr. Norton will
take the oath of office within the next
two or three days. He is at present as
sistant secretary of the treasury.
I take this means to notify my cus
tomers and friends that I have Jeased
my studio for one year to Mr. C? Gus
tafson. of Dallas, Tex., who will con
tinue the business as heretofore. I want
to thank the generous people of El Psso
for their liberal patronage a-nd hope
they will treat Mr. Gustafson fully as
-n-eli. W. F. Stuart.
This is the weather that . tests but
ter. Sedgwick creamery is the butter
you should eat.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
For EI Paso and vicinity:
niirht and Friday.
For 2ew Mexico: Generally fair to-
nielit and Friday.
For West Texas: Tonight and Fri
day partlj' cloudy weather, showers in
the panhandle lonijrht or Friday, cooler
in nortihern portion Friday.
River at El Paso: "Height of surface
this morning1 alove fixed zero mark. 12.3
feet; this date last year. 13.1 feet.
TLighest temperature last 24 hours,
93: lowest last 12 hours, 70 j observa
tion taken 6 a- v l
We have purchased the entire stock of the Jolly
Smith Millinery Co. from the creditors at 20 per cent
on the dollar. This stock of high class Millinery,
Plumes, Chiffons! Veils, Combs, Bags, Pins, and
Jewelry must be sold at once, regardless of cost
or price. Now is your time to buy at almost
your own price. v
This Sale Will Be At the Boston Store as
Soon as We Can Arrange for It.
WATCH FOR THE AD
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OKLAHOMA TO VOTE
ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE
GuthPie. Okla., June 2. Oklahoma
will decide in next November's election
whether women will be granted the
! right of suffrage. This was decided
I yesterday, when the state supreme
court sustained the acron of secretary
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J0 the same leaf we use the same b
MP lahor you get the same delightful smoke, L
JF the same satisfaction, and the same value in the k
' j Only different -in size and JjL JwUf . 1
i H price. Not merely a light cigar ygSBUSjm
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. - A Chip of .the Old Block
NILES & foflGSER C3GAR CO., Distributors Denver, Colo,
HOME--OF LOW PRICES
r A .HB s&al -mW j6t49J&j4P j dp Tjr'
6 & 18JL0YERiAND:&B
of state Cross in overruling objections
to a petition of suffragists and the
question will be submitted to the
Tom H. Hollingsworth, mine owner
of Nueva Casaa Grandes, is at the
it "5 r 1 r "or- t-W
iviaae in iuc ana z ror .oc sizes
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IKE ALDERETE'S ANNUAL PICNIC
HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE
12. ALL 3rY FRIENDS ARE CORDL4JL
LY INVITED. PLEASE NOTIFY" THE
DISTRICT CLERJv'S OFFICE TO MAKE
RESERVATION FOR YOU.
Watermelons on ice. Phone Ardoin's.