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The Herald 's Sporting News
L PASO HERALD
The Herald's Sporting News
Julv 8, 1910.
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i nai oiiouia -appeal to ifien
ORE OF THE SQUARE MEI" OF
JUAREZ TRACK IS RULED OFF TURF
Our special for tomorrow consists only of the most
seasonable and high, grade clothing and furnish
ings. Besides the bargains mentioned below, you
will find hundreds of others in fact everything
in our store is being offered at a great reduction.
Specials for Tomorrow
$18 and $20 genuine Cravanetted Mohair Suits, the
coolest garment known, specially priced tomorrow
H. G-. Bedwell and His Stable
Cannot Race Again at the
Latonia Track Is Racing
H- G. Bedwell. the largest purse win
ner and one of the leading: lights of the
off the Latonia course. The action fol
lowed the investigation by judgres
Pierce and Dillon of the condition of
Bedwell's horse Nadzu, which was not
allowed to enter the sixth race on July
4. The condition of the horse, which was
apparently under the influence of stimu
lants, was so noticeable that the ani
mal was not allowed to start. The fol
lowing day Bedwell and his outfit was
suspended pending an Investigation and
Juarez races last winter, has been ruled st, ruled case
nlll be reported to the Kentucky Jtac-
L JL a F aP
ALL OTHER SUITS AT
ABOVE ACTUAL COST. t
There is not a store in the city that can equal our
Straw Hats Now at Cost
All 1.25 Negligee Shirts tomorrow
B. Y. D. Underwear tomorrow, per gar-
Xew Persian Four-in-Hand Ties, the latest Xew
Y ork craze, special tomorrow only
m clothinb eo., ino.
"BEST BY TEST."
! off the Latonia course because his horse
Nadzu showed every indication of hav
j iug been doped before .going to the
' post in the July 4 races. Yet they say
1 that running races in general and the
Juarez races in particular are clean.
1 Bedwell was one of the most conspicuous
i figures at the opening meet last wln
ter. His string of horses won most of
I the handicap events and it was openly
1 stated that he was the only one of the
i large number of horse owners who got
j away from Juarez with more money than
t he brought into the game. Bedwell has
i one of the largest stables in the west.
1 He also has money. While at Juarez
he was In the thickest of the operations
connected with the race track. Going
from Juarez to Emeryville, Cal., he con
' tinued to win pursesrfn the only one
of the California tracks that was al
lowed to run last year.
I "When Latonia opened, Bedwell, his
j trainer, Tom McCreary, with the string
of horses that he had acquired from the
' selling races and by other means, show
I ed up as strong as horseradish, his
j name appearing in the reports of the
events as the owner of a number of
stake winners. Thursday his entire sta
ble of horses, his agent, Tom McCreary,
and all of his camp followers were ruled
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PEOPLE IN EL
From Xerr 3IcIco.
At the Sheldon B. J. Viljoen, La
Mesa; George TV. Richard, Santa Fe;
J. F. Bonham, Las Cruces; H. ,S. Fair
At the St. Regis Xestor Armijo, Las
Cruces; Mr. and Mrs. Strickfadin, La3
At the Angelus Lela Ford, Mesilla
Park; T. F. Davis. Carrizozo.
At the Zeiger Mrs. McCarlay, Rin
con; Mrs. A. D. Walker. Rincon; Mrs.
T E. Boorbonia, Rincon; T. C. Newby,
At the Grand Central J. Deenan and
w-fe. Agricultural College; Lewis
Rapp, Albuquerque; Ed Hughes, Ma
laga; Miss Myrtle Short, Monterey: Miss
Hattie Lumbiey, Monterey; Mrs. H. W.
At the Sheldon F. B. King and wife,
Douglas; D. H. Hill, Morenci; A. B.
Crawford and wife. Mesa.
At the St. Regis F. B. Wilson, Doug
las At the Angelus James Ashley, Tuc
son; C. T. Wilson, Tucson.
At the Orndorff R. W. Williams,
Tucson; J. M. Sparks, Douglas; F.
Brand. Douglas; Carlson, Douglas:
Smith, Douglas; Mathewson, Douglas;
Kane, Douglas; Ward, Douglas; Harper,
Douglas; Ford, Douglas; Grunnup,
Douglas; Pirt, Douglas; Humphries,
Douglas; Jes Ake, Douglas.
At the Zeiger C. O. Billlngsey. Clif
ton. At the Grand Central H. J. Morell,
At the Sheldon Irving Russell, Al
pine; J. E. Brawn, Pecos; Mrs. C. B. ;
Lee. Galveston; Mrs. E. W. Osburn, j
At the St. Regis W. L. Wallett,
At the Orndorff C. A. Trigg, Dallas;
Soreness of the muscles, whether In
duced by violent exercise or injury. Is
quickly relieved by the free application
of Chamberlain's Liniment. This lini
ment Is equally valuable for muscular
rheumatism, and always affords quick
relief. Sold by all druggists.
i -A- H. Oelkers, Houstn.
' At the Zeiger E. O. Barnes, San
At the Grand Central J. A. Brown,
1 From Mexico.
! At the Sheldon C. H. Me'cher, Naco
! zari, Son.; Miss B. W. Handyside, San
j Pedro, Chihuahua; G. A. Laird. San
Pedro, Chihuahua; C. P. Cardon. Colonia
j Dublan; Jack Bee, Colonia Dublan; Mrs.
j J. K. Handyside, San Pedro, Chihuhhua;
i urozco, San Pedro, Chihuahua.
At the St. Regis Mrs. J. G. Bressek,
Mexico, D. F.; Mrs. J. K. Handvside,
San Pedro, Chihuahua; Mrs. C. L. Hotch
kiss and family,, Mexico City.
At the Orndorff W. A. Johnson,
Cananea, Sonora; L. A. Faires, Chihuahua.
At the Grand Central Enerique Ga
meros. Chihuahua; M. Kafnav, Chihua
hu:.. From the Pacific Coa-t.
At the Sheldon Emil Muri, San Fran
cisco. At the St. "Regis A. H. Blackistan,
San Francisco; B. F. Riggs, Los An
ges; B. J. Holton, San Francisco.
From Xerr York.
At the Sheldon Thomas Earle L.
At the St. Regis E. A. Guggenheim
At the Orndorff Mrs. J. M. Carter.
At the Zeiger M. J. Porter.
At the Sheldon S. Blath.
At the St. Regis James Dell, C. B.
Dunster, J. J. Roddy.
At the Angelus Edward Collins, Wil
liam Kaiser, V. Snlvini, C. D. Craven,
Frank White, R. M. Smith.
At the Orndorff W. G. McClintock,
At the Sheldon George Cooley. Jop
lin; Park Haggart. Joplin; Ray Durrett,
St. Louis; Mrs. John Fox. Kansas Citv:
Miss Gertrude Fox, Kansas fcity.
! At the St. Regis X. W. Johnson,
At the Angelus C. H. Springer, Kan
At the Zeiger J. W. Hampton, Kan
At the Shedon W. S. Broderick,
Denver: H. R. Trennin, Cedar Rapids,
la.; J. H. Trennin, Cedar Rapids, la.;
Mrs. L. V. Worthington, Peoria, 111.
At the St. Regis Mrs. S. G. Gate and
son, Louisiana: James C. Davis, Musko
gee, Okla.: Alex R. Battey,- Denver,
Colo.; R. Switzer, Xew Orleans. La.; Me
laine Swit7er, Xew Orleans, La.; J. M.
Rady. Xew Orleans. La.
At the Orndorff A. T. Jackson, Rock- !
ford. III.; C. L. Gunby, West Monroe, j
La.; C. C. Wilson, Mississippi.
At the Grand Central F. E. Garner,
Dan vile, 111.: H. J. Lake and wife, Mar
mette. Wis.; H. E. Robinson, Wells,
Mich.; R Turvey, Marmette, "Wis.; E. S.
Robinson, Wells, Mich.; F. H. McLaugh
lin, Marinette, Wis.
ing commission for future action.
While Bedwell was at the Juarez
track he was touted by the official rac
ing paper and the attaches of the race
track as "the squarest man among the
racing gentry." The result of the inves
tigation shows just how square the
squarest is and also throws an Interest
ing light upon the conditions which
prevail in the racing game, which al
low such things as doping horses and
the manipulation of races to permit a
certain owner or crowd 'to win big bets
on the outcome of the racing.
The Latonia incident is only another
proof that horse racing as it Is con
ducted at the present, is not on the
square. It is not even square gam
bling. The doping and pulling of horses
place the outcome in the hands of a few
persons, who cash in on their knowl
edge. That this brand of crooked -nork
was going on in Juarez last winter
there is no doubt. Jockeys were sus
pended and in some cases expelled for
life. Trainers and owners were made
to withdraw from the races. But this i
action of the part of the officials nray
have been only a bluff to give the game
the appearance of being square.
Empire City yesterday. He carried 122
pounds of top weight.
Another 1 and 0 occurred at Chicago
with Cincinnati making the 1. Burns
made it on a bingle.
Speaking of horse racing, that Bed-
well ruling off at Latonia is some scan
dal. Why couldn't it have happened in
Juarez just for the excitement of the
An agreement to call the contest at
6:25 oclock at Boston yesterday cost
Xew York the second game after get
ting a lead of three runs and allowed
Boston to win both games of the double-header
yesterday. With only a few
minutes to play, Xew York opened the
eighth Inning of the second game by
batting Ferguson out of the box and
scoring six runs off Mattern and ob
taining a lead of three runs.
Ban Johnson, president of the Amer
ican league, has announced the fol
lowing contracts and release3 of play
ers: Release by Detroit to San Fran
cisco, F. Browning; by Washington to
Chicago, George Brown.
Rov Junior in track record time (
cleverly beat some of the fastest horses
at Buena Vista yesterday. The second
race was marred when three horses
fell In a heap. Dr. Mayer fell first
and Roy T. and Royal River fell over
him. The three jockeys, Morgan. Hol
land and Callahan, were all badly
fmi of 1jV JL
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Big League Baseball
At Philadelphia (first game)
R. H. E.
Brooklyn ...0 0100000 1 2 7 0
Philadelphia 00000000 0 0 4 2
Batteries Brooklyn, Rucker and Ber
gen; Philadelphia, Moran and Dooin.
Umpires O'Day ana Brennan.
At Philadelphia (second game, 11 inn
ings) R. H. E.
Brooklyn 011 110 000 03 7 10 1
Philadelphia ...002 100 010 00 4 11 2
Batteries Brooklyn, Barger and Er
win; Philadelphia, Foxen, McQuillen
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At Sioux City R- H. E.
Lincoln. . .0 2202021 4 13 16 1
Sioux City..0 0 4 10 0 2 0 1 8 13 3
Batteries Lincoln, Knapp and Kru
ger; Sioux City, Wilson, McLean, Al
derman and Miller.
At Boston (first game) R. H. E.
Xew York... 2 0 0 110 0 0 0 i 7 3
Boston 0 5000000 x 5 4 2
Batteries Xew York. Drucke, Cran
dall and Meyers; Boston, Curtis, Evans,
Frock and Graham.
Umpires Johnstone and Moran.
At Boston (second game) R. H. E.
Xew York 1 0 10 0 0 0 2 S 0
Boston 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 5 10 1
Batteries Xew York, Raymond and
Schlel; Boston, Ferguson' and Raridon.
Umpires Johnstone and Moran.
At Des Moines
Des Moines.. 0 10 10 0 0 0
Omaha. . ..0 0043022
Batteries Des Moines,
R. H. E.
0 2 6 S
0 11 12 1
and Hawkins; Omaha, Miller and Gond-ing.
4i STATISTICAL BALL DOPE.
$. By Art "Wood. "i"
WHERE TJHEY- PLAY SATURDAY.
lyn at Cincinnati.
Boston at St. Louis.
Xew York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Pittsburg.
St. Louis at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia. .
Cleveland at Boston.
Chicago at Xew York.
Shreveport at Fort Worth.
Oklahoma City at Dallas.
San Antonio at Hoston.
Waco at Galveston.
Douglas at El Pasof
Clifton at Cananea.
Morenci at Bisbee.
HOW THEY STAXD
Xew York .
Cincinnati . .
St, Loula 69
Wichita. . .15110102 x 11 12 3 Cleveland
Batteries Topeka. Kaufman and j Chicago
Kerns; Wichita, Atchison and Shaw.
At San Francisco
Batteries San Francisco,
R. H. E.
..7 16 1
..6 13 4
Eastley and Berry; Los Angeles, Tozer
and Waring, Smith (13 innings).
At "Pni-Hnr? T XT "C
Game was called at end of seventh by j Vernon 0 7 2
agreement, at 6:25, Xew York time.
At Chicago R. H. E.
Cincinnati ..00001000 0 1 4 0
Chicago 0 0000000 0 0 2 1
Batteries Cincinnati, Burns and Mc
Lean; Chicago, Cole and Archer.
Umpires Klem and Kane.
At Washington R. H. E.
Philadelphia 00000000 1 1 3 , 4
Washington 10010020 x i 6 3
Batteries Philadelphia. Copmbs and
Portland 3 4 0
Batteries Vernon, Willetts and
Brown; Portland, Seaton and Fisher.
At Oakland R. H. E.
Sacramento 2 6 3
Oakland 3 5 1
Batteries Sacramento, Xelson and
Mltze; Oakland, Hunt and Longe.
Xew York 72
Detroit .... .... .72
St. Louis 65
San Antonio .
Fort Worth . '.
Galveston '. .
Douglas ... ....2S 15
Morenci 18 13
Bisbee .... ....22 12
Cananea ..22 10
El Paso ...'.23 10
Clifton 17 4
.. . !
Donohue; Washington, Gray and Street. ! . i
Umpires Egan and Perrine.
At Xew York R. H. E-
Boston 10202512 0 13 18 4
Xew York..O 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 4 9 6
Batteries Boston, Barger and Cardi
gan : Xew York, Vaughn and Sweeney.
At Galveston - R. H. E.
San Antonio 0 6 -'
Galveston 1 3 3
Batteries San Antonio, Billiard and
Schan; Galveston, Heudrlchsen and
Second game Called at end of sev
enth inning. ' R. H. E.
an Antonio 0 2 2
Galveston. ... 1 5 l
Batteries San Antonio, Feeney and j
Yontz; Galveston, Brady and Braun.
At Houston R. H. E. j
Waco 5 5 8;
Houston 12 9 51
Batteeries Waco, Voltz, Shultz and j
Thackakra; Houston, Hornsby and j
At Fort Worth Game called on ac
count of rain.
At Dallas Game called on account
All's well thai ends well, and the
boat races on the Poughkeepsie have
closed one of the most successful col
lege athletic seasons of history. Every
class of sport has met with keen play;
diamond and gridiron struggles have
Frank Gotch, big, old, grasshopper,
has given out an Omaha Interview in
which he retires for all time. Frank
was at Reno, and now is on his way
to settle on an Iowa farm. Fxank's
Here's the worst and latest: G. S.
Bush, while acting as umpire, used
some naughty language , at Adrian,
Mich. (Southern Michigan league) and
was arrested and fined in a justice
court. His umps paid $50 and the
costs. But how about the players who
swear so loud that the whole grand
stand can hear?
Boston didn't do a thing, a thing,
at Xew York yesterday. The visitors
slugged out 13 circuits, and Xew York
stumbled through but four. Beanburg
boys got 19 hits off Vaughn and 'Frill.
Favorites ran to the queer at La
tonia yesterday. Grand Peggy, 12 to 1,
took the first event, and so on down
Three home runs and a dozen bln
gles and better took the game for
Wichita over Topeka yesterday. 11 to 6.
In a very poor field, Royal Meteor j
took the Xeptune stakes and $3000 at I
LAS CRUCES AND
GOOD WELL WATER
FOR LAS CRUCES
E. L. Young Finds Sufficient
Quantity Analysis Is
Las Cruces, X. M., July S. R. L.
Young, who is making an investigation
of well water to supply Las Cruces has
received an analysis of a sample of
water from a well southeast of town
which shows that it Is very fine. The
supply Is sufficient. The analysis was
made by professor R. F. Hare of the
Xew Mexico College of Agriculture and
Mechanic Arts, and shows the following:
Total solids 7500 parts per 100,000;
total albuminoid ammonia, .04 parts
per 100,000; total free ammonia .02
parts per 100,000.
LAS CRUCES GARDENER
GROWS FIXE CABBAGE
One Head Weighs 12 I'oundi; Groiv on
Xatural Silt Soil Without FertH-
zntlon; Supplies Local
Las Cruces, X. M., July S. W. G.
Stewart, a truck gardener and dairy
man, living north of town, brought iu
a fine load of summer cabbage, a choice
one from the bunch weighing 12 pounds.
HA! HA! JUST LEAVE IT TO BENJAMIN!
ITS A G
Always t conserve your resources, but
don't do so to the detriment of your
earning powers. In other words, don't
he stinting in your clothing appropria
tion, for the very good reason that 3'ou
cannot comhat the present dsiy concep
tion of apparel necessity. The twentieth
century demands good clothes and you
cannot afford to ignore tiic demands of
the time?. The variety of attractive
suitings in this establishment, together
with the skill of our workmen, enables
jou to consistently conform to the re
quirements of society nd without in
creasing your apparel appropriation.
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Better Send Us Your
Meat Orders Saturday
If you do you are certain
to get the very finest
meats at the very lowest
prices. You cannot find
better meat or better val
ues anywhere in the city.
After you once order your
meats from this market
you will always come here
because we take as much
care in giving old custom
ers the finest as we do
those who send their first order.
Prime Rib Roast, per lb 12r1-2c
Loin Steak, per lb 17 1-2c
Veal Shoulder Roast, per lb 15c
Veal Stew, per lb., only 10c
Leg of Lamb, per lb., only 17 1-2c
Lamp Chops, per lb., only 17 1-2c
Ring Bologna, per lb., only 10c
Home Dressed Poultry. Wiener Sausage fresh daily.
213 N. Stanton St. Bell Phone 136
The cabbagres were raised on natural
silt soil without any fertilization what
ever and are uniform and solid. On
account of the limited number of farm
ers who grow cabbagre here there is not
enough to create a market except
EL PASOAX BUYS INTEREST
IIV LA MESA MERCANTILE FIRM
Prof. C. Jarvis Elected Principal of the
Schools; J. D. Potter Appointed
La Alesa, X. M.. July S. Joe Gum, of i
El Paso, has purchased t"he interest of
B. J. Viljoen in the mercantile firm of
Viljoen & Crag-in.
J. R. Livesay has resigned as school j
trustee and J. D. Potter was appointed I
to fill the vacancy.
Prof. C. Jarvis. of Arkansas, has been
elected principal of the public school
for the coming term.
Volney Potter Is visiting in El Paso.
Mrs. Laura Abies, of El Paso and
daughter, Mrs. Gladys Stlne, of Carls
bad, are spending the week with rela
Hart Greenwood, of Harfa, Is visit
ing his brother, A. M. Greenwood.
stopped over Thursday en route to Colo
rado Springs for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Faulkner.
Edward F. Wentz is In EI Paso today
Judge J. F. Bonham is attending to
legal business In the Pass City today.
Norwood Hall of El Paso was in Las
Cruces Thursday closing up a big land
deal with TV. N. Hager of Mesllla Park.
Good showers are reported on the
ranges near the Organ and San Andres
Samuel Menasse's brick cottage is
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD
LAS CRUCES LOCAL NEWS.
Las Cruces, N. M., .luly S. Don Nes
tor Armijo has gone to Long Beaeh, Cal.,
to join his granddaughter ..Miss Jose
phine Armijo, who is there for the sum
mer. Mrs. George TV. Freeman returned
Thursday evening from Palomas Hot
Mr. and Mrs. TVIlliam L.Follett who
were married in El Paso Wednesday,
Las Cruces, N. M., July 8 The fol
lowing deeds have been filed with th
recorder of Dona Ana county:
C. E. Seely et us to Allen B. Wrisley,
warranty deed to block 1 In the Cathe
drial tract of the Rio Grande Land com
pany, containing 10.8 acres. Considera
tion $2650. June 21, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to L.roy Osterlay,
warranty deed to lots. 34 and 35 in block
21 of Miller's College park addition.
Consideration ?1 and other valuables.
April 22, 1910.
Pedro Barela et ux to Antonio Barn
castle, mortgage deed to a tract of land
area 24 by 78 varas. Consideration $300.
July 6, 1910.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., July S. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: Ben M. Jacks, Louis
ville; Leo Gale. El Paso; C. A. Wheelock,
Dallas; A. J. Fountain, Mesllla; J. M.
fw oiLBumww iT3
CHICAGO AND RETURN $55.65
CINCINNATI AND RETURN 64.05
TOLEDO AND RETURN 66.65
PHILADELPHIA AND RETURN. . 81.35
ST. L0UI3 AND RETURN 49.65
KANSAS CITY AND RETURN. . . . 40.65
NEW YORK AND RETURN 85.95
Unlimited Stopovers Allowed at All Points En
route. On sale June 1st to Seut. 30. Limit Oct.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL
w. c. Mccormick,
J. E. MONROE,
City Ticket Agent
Tickets on sale July 25th to 28th, Aug. 30th to Sept.
7th, September 24th to 30th. Limit three months
from date of sale but not later than .October 31st.
UNLIMITED STOP-OVERS ALLOWED.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS Hotel Bldg.
W. C. McCORMICK, G. A.
J. E. MONROE, C. T. A.
Mansfield &- Go.
206 Mesa Ave.
GET THE HABIT. PAY CASH.