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8 The Herald's Sporting News Friday
EL PASO HERALD 10,10. The Heralds Sporting News
FACILITATE SHOPPING BY
CALLING FuP.THF SPECIALS
FACILITATE SHOPPING BY
CALLING FOR THESE SPECIALS
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immMr For tomorrow and Monday, the one 1
lypr special that will interest every man !
'5Ijlf in El Paso is this on summer suits, i!
t The offer is '
' $20 Suits &EJu m3 i
For this two days' special we have selected arrange of
suits that cannot be duplicated. They are splendidly
tailored suits, from the foremost makers in America.
We know beyond a doubt that we could sell these suits
at their regular prices---$16.50 and $20.00. However,
we propose to make Saturday and Monday more inter
esting, each week and for that reason these suits will be
sold at a radical reduction.
They are two and three 'piece suits, lined and
skeleton, and superior as to fabric. They are
our regular 9)16.50 and $20
suits; on sale tomorrow and
We -will continue to
close out odd lots of
summer suits that
regularly range in
value up to $22.50 at
the special low price
of choice for $7.50.
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section msn ao
TO WORE, AND QUIT
Are Alleged to Have Wired
Consul at El Paso The
GL EL Strike.
Sanderson, Texas, June 10. Ten Mex
icans were brought down from El Paso
yesterday to work on the section gang
at this place- After a taik with some
of their fellow-countryman here it is
said that they wired the Mexican consul
at El Paso to secure passes for their
retnrnto El Paso.
The strikers have received very en
couraging news from president Lowe,
and they are in the very best of spirits.
A ra.113" of the strikers on this division
is being planned for Sunday next,
though it has not been decided where
they would meet. Some are in favor
of the get-together being held at
Xangtry, in order that men from the Del
Rio-Sanderson division may have SC
chance to be with them.
Some of the citizens of Sanderson
have addressed a petition to the state
railroad commission and also one to
the attorney general alleging that the
rcadbed, track, etc, of the company has
not been gone over and inspected by
competent men since the inauguration
of the strike, and requesting that imme
diate action be taken requiring the
company to have the same inspected at
once by capable men.
A non-union section foreman and
some Mexicans are at work at Long
fellow. The Mexicans were shipped in
from Ei Paso.
One of the big Mallet engines de
stroyed a switch and quite a little track
in the yards here. It was repaired with
a few stray Mexicans with the assist
ance of assistant superintendent Hoover,
who "spiked" the switch immediately
after the accident
More 3Ien Quit.
Nine more Mexicans were brought in
to work on this section this morning in
charge of Jas. Shaughnessy, a non
union foreman. They went to work in
the yards here hut by 10 oclock all of
Just now we are spending
lots of effort on our win
dows. Hardly a day now
passes that a bargain of
unusual merit is not to be
found in some one of our
display windows. Watch
them had quit but the foreman and
three men. Ranger Smith, of Marfa, is
guarding them and assistant superin
tendent Hoover Is assisting foreman
Shaughnessy in overseeing the work.
Yesterday evening another accident
occurred here in the yard, the switch
engine being derailed. Strikers declare
that an assistant superintendent did
man a pump during" the trouble at
Devil's River instead of Pumpville, as
the report first had it. . urther than
this, they say, an official of the road is
right now running the pump at Lang
try. A company employe also gave out
There was some demonstration here
this morning by t,oth Mexicans and
Americans, Jed by a prominent Ameri-"
lean but it was of the orderly variety.
OF YOUNG WOMAN
Hires Cab to Ride to Fabens
Prom Juarez; Gives a
Wandering about in the vicinity of
tne Fabens bridge, 32 miles below El
Paso on the Mexican sidve of the Rio
Grande, a girl who answers to the
description of Maggie Gillette is be
lieved by Juarea orficers to be insane.
Authorities along the line ha-te been
notified to search for her and return
her -to the United States.
Maggie Gillette is the girl who was
recently brought from New Mexico on
was later released by the local author-
ities. She went to Juarez.
Three davs ago, according to the
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stui.v iuiu me Juarez ponce oy a cab-
man, a woman answering the desciip
tion of Maggie Gijlette, approached
I him and asked that he drive her to
Fabens, where she wanted to look at a
ranch, which she intended to purchase.
She gave the name of "Miss Gale" and
offered to pay the cabman's expenses
for a three-day trip.
The cabman returned Thursday aft
ernoon from Fabens with a check on
the National Bank of Juarez for $2S.
It was promptly turned down at the I
Everything, in men's
is now attractively
priced. Tomorrow and
Monday only we offer
osknit" regular 50c
underwear at 35c.
bank, as the signer of the check had no
funds on deposit there. The qabdriver
then went to the police with lis story,
stating that the woman left him at
the Fabens bridge after writing out
the check, saying she would not need
him any more, as she was going to look
for the ranch on foot.
Juarez officers are of the 'belief that
the woman, who is little more than 20
years of age, is insane. Authorities
near Fabens have been asked to locate
her and return her to the American
side of the line, where she can be placed
in an institution for treatment.
G. II. CLAIMS TIIA.- TS
STRIK5S IS TiOW IJROKEX
The reports received at the super
intendent's office Friday stated that all
pumps on the G. H. were working and
that the water supply was up to stand
ard. The vacancies, said the superin
tendent, are being rapidly filled, five
additional men being placed at points
along the line Friday.
KILLING A.T MINE
DOWN AT NACOZAHI
A report of a killing at Nacozari, So-
nora, reached the city Friday, the prln- I
cipais in the tragedy being Salvadore
.oaruigu ana JMiguel Morales, both of
them being firemen at the power house
of the Montezuma Mining company.
Bardlgu was shot twice, through the
head and stomach, the wounds being
fatal. The cause of the trouble between
the men is not known.
f" C brey H leave El Paso Sat-
urday, June 11. for an extended trip
throuh France. Switzerland, Italy, Ger-
inaiiv. Holland 'RpltHiiTn nml p,wT
"W. W. Cox, from the San Augustine
ranch, New Mexico, is in town on a.
few days' business trip, stopping at
the Zeiger. He is accompanied by his
daughters. Misses Lena and Blanche.
B. TV. Randall, a cattleman of Lords
burg, N. M., is at the Zeiger for a few
days' business stay. He is also interest
ed in several New Mexican mining
Ben Lomond, Cal., June 10. Not
heeding the presence of a bunch of
eastern newspaper writers, to say
nothing- of the fight faus on deck to
see him box Jim Corbett, Jeffries dug
up his hook and line and went fishing
Thursday morning and never put in an
appearance at the training camp again
When he left, he stated that he
would be back at noon and ko a few
rounds with "Gentleman Jim." But he
either forgot all about it, with malice
aforethought, or else he caught such a
big finnerino that it took him the en
tire afternoon to land it on terra firma.
Anyhow, training was broken for the
day and nothing save the breezes stirred
about the camp, save the announce
ment that the open-air ring, a counter
part of that in which the fight will
take place, has been completed and
will be used by Jeff from now on.
The boxing stunt this week has now
been postponed four times, Jeffries
giving as a reason that he didn't want
to take chances on a sprained thumb.
The balance of -the program includes
sparring every day for two weeks, ac
cording to Jeff's announcement.
From hints dropped by the camp
trainers it is understood that Jeffries
will loaf during the last week before
the battle with Johnson. If this re
ported decision stands Jeffries has little
more than two weeks' training before
him. The greater part of the work in
this time, will probably be devoted to
boxing, in which Jim Corbett will often
be his sparring partner. Jeffries re
gards himself as nearly fit for the
contest right now. He weighs about
220 and when he has shaken off about
eight pounds the last two weeks, he
will enter the ring at about 218.
San Francisco, Cal., June 10. Just
the reverse from doings in the other
camp, Jack Johnson put in a hard day
Thursday with the mitts and incident
ally pulled off a. fast little match with
Al Kaufman. They went four rounds,
although few of the camp visitors saw
it. His trainers claim it to have been
the best workout Johnson has yet had.
From now on he will box daily with
Kaufman. The latter is a big fellow
nnH nan stand ii whole lot Of DUnish-
'. ment, which Champion Jack is nothing
loath to give.
Plans of incorporation so far as the
moving picture rights are concerned
were discussed between Sam Berger,
Tex Rickard and Jack Gleason. Ac
cording to the talk, although no ar
ticles have yet, been signed, the stock
company controling the pictures will
be composed of Jeffries, Johnson and
their managers. Rickard and Gleason
will have a one-third interest in the
Johnson is in rare good humor today.
He has a sparring partner worthy of
his prowess with the gloves. Al Kauf
man yesterday gave the negro the fast
est and most satisfactory workout he
has had since he began training. From
the outset, Kaufman pressed Johnson
closely, going after the negro in sch
a business-like manner that the cham
pion found it necessary to unllmber
i, e v.: ot-ni tn -nritnsi-nnd TCnilf-
! man's onslaughts. Johnson's clever
hinoWns- won the nlaudits of the crowd.
Kaufman's work Impressed Johnson so
' fnvnrnhlv that he declared his inten-
Unn nf hettinsT S2500 on Kauiman j
against Sam Langford in their coming
A STATISTICAL, BALL DOPE. -
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AVHEItE THEY PLAY SATURDAY.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia.
Chicago at New York.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
"Washington at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
New Tork at Detroit.
Boston at Cleveland.
Dallas at TVaco.
Fort Worth at San Antonio.
Oklahoma City at Houston.
Shreveport at Galveston.
Cananea at El Paso. -
Douglas at Bisbee.
Morenci at Clifton.
HOW THEY STAND.
New York 44
Pittsburg 40 '
St. Louis 4n
W. L. Pet.
27 15 .643
28 16 .636
22 19 .537
21 19 .525
21 24 .467
20 25 .444
16 24 .400
16 29 .356
W. L. Pet.
27 11 .711
27 13 .675
29 17 .630
22 20 .524
16 20 .4411
IS 26 .409
15 23 .395
S 31 .205
W. L. Pet.
.30 20 .600
30 21 .58S
25 24 .538
27 26 .509
26 26 .500
25 27 .481
23 27 .460
16 34 .320
W. L. Pet.
7 3 .700
8 4 .667
7 7 .500
S S .500
5 1 .357
3 7 .300
New York 3S
St. Louis . 39
San Antonio J50
Fort Worth 52
Oklahoma City 50
Team. ' P.
El Paso 14
ever. Nothing has been overlooked -everything offered is
of unusual merit. The special features and extra specials
are well worth your attention.
Facilitate Shopping by Calling for These Specials by Number
$1.75 LAWN DRESSES 98c
Striped lawn dresses. Dutch
necks: in pink and white, blue
and white, helio and white, brj.vii
and white, black and white; worth
$1.75; Saturday Basement special
NECK RUCHES 2 FOP. 5c
Plain W'hite and colored neck
ruches in lengths suitable for
collar; Saturday special 2 lengths for
$1.50 COMBINATION SUITS 95c
Crossbar lawn combination suits
trimmed with lace, corset cover
and drawers combined, worth $1.50;
Saturday special 95c
$2.50 PAJAMAS $1-95
-Soisette and madras 'pajamas in
large variety of patterns and
styles, regular price $2.50; Saturday
50c LA BLACHE FACE POWDER 36c
-Regular 50c size' Levy's La
Bl-ache face powder; a summer
necessity; Saturday special 36c.
50c COLOGNE 25c
High, grade imported cologne for
the bath; regular price 50c for
8 ounce bottle; Saturday special 25c
50c AND 75c WOMEN'S FANCY
Sample hose, including mostly
colored, light and dark gauze
lisle, some are plain, others embroid
ered; about 350 pairs in the lot. To
close them all out we offer them
Saturday in the Hosiery Section, spe
cial 25c pair.
50c SHORT SKIRTS 29c
Good quality muslin knee skirts,
hemstitched raffle; regular 50c
value j Saturday Basement special 29c
5c TOILET SOAP 7 FOR 25c
-Armours fancy toilet soaps,
large bars, good for the alkali
water; lather well: Saturday special
7 cakes for 25c.
15c AND 25c HAT PINS 9c
i Large and medium sized hat
pins in block and colors; Sat
urday special 9c.
50c AND 75c BACK COMBS 25c
1 Gilt back and fancy carved
JL back combs, large variety to
choose from; all 50c and 75c values;
Saturday special 25c.
75c AND $1.00 DOG PINS 44c
10 Dog bar pins; something real
1 new; extra special for Satur
From 7 Till 9
Eest quality Table Oil
Cloth; white, marble
and colors for 15c a
(Limit 3 yards to a customer)
What Benjamin SA YS
That Cactus league standing: signi
fies about a mucli an to the real
strength of the club as the price of
egK4 explains the composition of the
Cananea and El Paso' played at
Washington park Friday afternoon at
4 oclock. It was an exhibition game
and was arranged after the arrival of
4 GA3IES POSTPONED.
Boston-Cincinnati; rain; two games
Philadelphia-Pittsburg: wet grounds.
Brooklyn-St. Louis, yet grounds and
St. Louis-Philadelphia; wet grounds.
COLLINS RECOVERS HORSE.
Dr. I. W. Collins complained to the
police Thursday night that his horse
had been taken from in front of the
Sheldon hotel. He later reported that
he had found the animal.
shopping list is more complete tomorrow than
$2.50 AND $3.00 PARASOLS $1.95
1 Q Plain and fancy parasols, in
JL 3 white and colors; plain tucked
and trimmed styles made of linen,
linene and silk finished materials,
neat handles ; values to $3.00; Satur
day special $1.95.
25c AND 35c HAIR RIBBONS 19c
Taffeta and moire hair rib
bons in light blue, pink, white,
black and all shades, 4 1-2 to 6 inches
worth to 35c; Saturday special 19c-
$1.25 AND $1.50 FOWNES AND
KAYSERS SILK GLOVES 95c
IE All our regular $1.25 and
O $1.50 wrist gloves, Fowne3
and Kayser makes; black, white and
all shades, worth to $1.50; Saturday
I Xtra Special
$6.50 and $8.00 Hats
TOMORROW WE OFFER
TRIMMED HATS REGARD
LESS OF THEIR ORIGINAL
In this offer there are about
125 hats including dress hats
and tailored styles. They
come in light and. dark colors,
also black hats. Included are
many styles for misses, in
sailor effects, floral trimmed
and embroidered styles. There
are hats that sold up to $8.00.
Saturday special at
10c FACE CHAMOIS Ac
1 Fine soft face chamois; reg
O ular price 10c; (only one to a
customer) ; Saturday in Toilet Ar
ticle Section 4c
25c AND 50c BELT PINS AND
f Fancv belt wns and belt
buckles, some are jeweled.
others engraved, gilt, silvered and
tfull 'brass finish; regular 25c and 50c
values; Saturday special 19c.
will be served in Cal
ishers Cool Basement
and evening until 9
o'clock. : : : : :
j GOLF TEAMS PLAY
FOE SU3TOAY DINNER
Country Club Links Are the
Scene of Sunday Morn
The postponed dinner match for the
golfers of the Country club will be
played Sundaj-, rain, shine or sleet not
withstanding. The lineup will be the
same as originally announced for the
competition, and the losing team will
pay for the dinner at the Country club.
J. F. Coles is captain of the regulars
and Jim Primm of tne insurgents with
Dr. James Vance, champion of the
Country club course, and C. H. Leavell.
the near champion on the Coles's team
against A. W. Houck and J. C. Wil
marth. The lineup is as follows:
J. F. Coles Capt Jim Primm
Jas. Vance A. W. Houck
C. H. Leavell J. C. Wllmarth
W. Davis P. J. Edwards
J. F. Williams Garnett King
R. G. Crowder J. E. Bachtel
E. E. Neff A. P. Coles
Gus. Trost J. B. Buckner
C. A. Beers Joe Wright
W. B. Dunn D. M. Sutor
W. F. Payne H. A. McLean
W. E. Race W. H. Shelton
D. M. Payne i Geo. Wines
W. V. Sterling ..( H. S. Potter
W. T. Hixson F. J. Feldman
Van C. Wilson V. R. Stiles
G. E. Trost H. M. Andreas
Wm. Petticolas T. J. Stafford
S. J. Larkin J. A. Happer
J. H. Laurie J. B. Kilpatrick
For El Paso and vicinity: Fair to
night and Saturday.
For New Mexico: Fair tonight and
For west Texas: Tonight and Sat
urday fair, cooler tonight in southeast
River at El Paso: Height of surface
this morning above fixed zero mark,
12.8 feet; this date last year, the same.
Highest temperature at El Paso last
24 hours. 101 degrees; lowest last 12
hours. 69 deseeds. (Temperature taken
at 6 a. m. Friday-
75c ROUGH SILKS 47c
1Q A bargain that can happen, on
O Saturday only. This silk is
regular 75c grade in a large variety
of colors; Saturday special 47c.
25c CUTICURA SOAP 18c
l This soap always sells at 25c
everywhere; Saturday snecial
5c WASH CLOTHS 3c
-Fine soft wash cloths, well
made, full bleached; regular
price 5c; Saturday special 3c.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES HOSE
2-1 Black, white, pink, Hght blue,
L brown and tan, fine lisle fin
ish, also infants sox in black and tan,
plain and lace; values to 35c a pair;
Saturday Basement special 12 l-2c.
WOMEN'S SILK LISLE VESTS
2T Pink, light blue and white
& fancy lace neck and shoulder
straps, finished with ribbon, worth to
75c each; Saturday Basement special
3 for $1.00.
WOMEN'S WHITE HANDKER
CHIEFS 20 Fine sheer lawn with narrow
O hemstitch hem, worth to 10c
each; Saturday Basement special 3
4711 GLYCERINE SOAP 21c
A Large 1-2 lb. bar 4711 glycer
Tt ine soap: regular price 35c;
Saturday special 21c
20c AND 25c GINGHAMS 14c
2Ef A lot of wide dress ginghams,
3 soft French zephyr finish,
plaids, checks, stripes; large variety
of patterns; light and dark colors;
Saturday special 14c yard.
LINENS AT 1-3 AND 1-2 PRICE
2f Odd pieces of linens that are
O slightly soiled or mussed from
handling; some are hand embroidered.
You can buy them Saturday at 1-3
and 1-2 the regular price; Saturday
4711 VIOLET TALCUM POWDER 9c
07 Violet talcum powder, 4711
make, full sized can; regular
price 15c; Saturday 9c
25c GRAVES TOOTH POWDER 11c
OO-Dr. Graves tooth powder; reg
0 ukr 25c size can; Saturday
CHILDREN'S HATS 25c
QQ Children's pique, lawn and
J linen hats; white and colors,
trimmed with embroidery, good as
sortment of pretty styles; values to
$2.00; Saturday Basement special 25e.
Regular 50c ounce in
all the leading makes
and odors; Saturday
night 30c an ounce. '
From 7 to S
POKER, ARE FINED
Eight men were fined ?100 ch by
mayor Portillo, of Juarez, for beinj
caught participating In that great
American game of poker.
Their appearance in court was the re
sult of a raid of the gambling rooms
over Petite's saloon. made by th
Juarez police late Wednesday night.
Petite was among those arrested and
received the same fine. The seven oth
er men, all Americans, are said to ba
residents of El Paso, more or less
prominent In business and professional
circles, and the police department will
not divulge thelp names.
Two El Paso saloon men are said tc
have conducted the place.
COMPLAINT IS MADE BY
CHILD AGAINST MOTHER
Complaint of a serious character was
made to justice McCHnrock Thursday
afternoon relative to the actions of a
mother toward her daughter. The child
complained that her mother, who is m
the habit of using a hypodermic syr
inge, had tried to force her into a life
of shame. She sought refuge with an
other woman and the mother appfarod
in court complaining that this woman
had taken her child away.
The 14yearold girl was told to go
home with her mother, but later an
peared with her hair cut short and said
her mother had tried to force her to
occupy a crib on Broadway, and sha
had run away from her and the reason
why she had gone to the other woman
in the first place was because she did
not want to lead such a life as her
mother and father, the latter a Span
iard, had planned for her.
Deputy constable Henry Hinckley
told her to go to his home but sh6
could not find the place and went to
the home of another noman where she
is being cared for.
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.ft .4..u.V.L-HUit HALL. PLAYERS.
The Herald wants to print all
the news about amateur ball 4
.games in El Paso; those already
played or to be played. Bring
In your notice about future
games and reports of games
played, i If they are played on
Sunday.' send the report to The
Herald Sunday afternooA or
early Monday. All reports must
be signed by the person sending 4
them In. but the names will not
be printed. .ft
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