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14 The Herald s Sporting News
4.HHIi'"?' '5'4"f;'"i"r''$a'$''$,'i,,in a fast 10 round bout last night at MEDICAL SOCIETV ARRANGES
4. 4 the Fairmount Athlethic club. FOR LECTURE BY 3IcCOR3IACIv.
,$. i IL.LIXOIS-AVISCOXSIX FOOTBALL.
..i"i.---i'"i--i-l Beloit, Wis-, Nov. 1C The TVis-
j coain-lllinois football championship
Play in the Y. 3L C. A. house league between Beloit college and Lake For-
The El Paso County Medical society
is arranging to have Dr. J. N. McCor
mack of Bowling Green, Ky., de
liver a series of lectures in El Faso
rkn liottor frrrs 1rtirc r? rkptriT'Q and
resulted Tuesday nignt in a victor tor , est college was won by Lake Forest, ) health. Dr. McCormack has been de
team No. 2 over team No. 1. CrKchetc j is to S. m-At-inn- n ri f i.t,,s thrnueh
the southwest and will come here un-
BOSTOA BILLIARDIST AVIXS.
New York, Nov. 1G. In the Nation
landed game at 196 and Bateman made
best total with 498 pins. There were
plenty of splits and errors. Scores follow:
Team No. 2.
Bateman -. 191
154 196 461
139 148 438
92 106 322
385 450 1221
143 164 -$
134 126 41c
j al billiard league three cushion tour
nament Allan Mason, of Boston, de
feated John Monahan, of New York, .10
to 47, in 91 innings last night.
415 4 44 V
CARROLL SHILLING WILL
RIPE IN JUAREZ RACES
It is sure that Carroll Shilling, the
uppermost jockey on American turf,
is coming to attend the Juarez meet
ing. His brother, J. M. Shilling, has
received a letter to that eiiect.
CANAL IN 1913
iSTo Further Appropriations
Will Be Asked for the
Panama, Nov. 16. The Panama canal
will be completed December 1, 1913.
This information was given to presi
dent Taft while inspecting the famous
Gatun dam. The official date of the
opening remains January 1, 19l5,
Lieut. Col. G-oethals desiring one year
1a arena, :ueAiuiu in .i,- t Jri u noi tarc -
eportsman, has reservea sail room ior , to the machinery working smooth
a string of horses. Jack Finn wul lv
probably ride for the Mexican.
Favorites and vell played horses
were successful at Emeryville Tue
day. A feature of the sport was tne
brilliant stretch run made by Kc
eponseful in the fourth race. He
closed with a great rush and got up
In time to win by a head from HDD
ray. Frank Doss bid up Responsefal
from $800 to $1105, but William Walk
er retained her. Jim Basey took the
2yearold race cleverly from Jest and
ifdmond Adams. Ed Ball, favorite for
the fifth, pulled up lame after finish
Cintrella, outsider in the betting.
von the Latonia endurance handicap
Tuesday in one of the best two mile
races seen in that section for years.
A handicap for all ages was the fea
ture of a good card at Jamestown, Vi.'
Tuesday- The winner was Blackford,
a horse that hitherto has finished
among the also rans, but which won
comfortably from J. H. Houghton.
dor the auspices of the El Paso County
JUAREZ OFFICI VLS RETURN
FROM THE CITY OF MEXICO.
Judge Miranda of the Juarez dis
trict court, and Ricardo Romero, in
charge of the revenue stampi office,
have returned from the City of Mex
ico, where they went as delegatea to
the centeiiary celebration.
Handsome leather goods including
shopping bags, card cases, purses, mili
tary brush sets, shaving sets, shaving
pads, etc. Snyder Jewelry Co.
Notice to owners of property on
South Santa Fe street, in the City of
El Paso, between the south line of
Improvement district Number One and
the north line of Atchison, Topeka &
Ships meantime will be granted the Santa Fe Railway reservation, and
privilege of the canal, but at their persons interested tnerem, ot proposes
REPORT OF ORGANIZED
BASEBALL FOR THE YEAR
Chicago, 111., Nov. 16. Secretary J.
H-. Farr-ell, of the National Association
of Professional Baseball leagues, in
his annual report, says:
"Fifty league organizations, embrac
ing 336 cities and towns in the United
States and Canada, qualified for mem
bership. "One hundred and fifty-nine players
"Two hundred and sixty-two play-
own risk of delay
In addition it was announced by the
colonel that the canal will be com
pleted in 1913 within the $375,000,000
Engineers Approve Canal.
New York, N. Y., Nov. 16. Approval
Qf the way in which the Panama canal
is being constructed is given by more
than 100 members of the American In
stitute of Mining Engineers who re
turned to New York Tuesday from
the canal zone. The institute j char
tered a steamer for the trip, which
occupied 25 days. Of the 120 mem
bers who Inspected the canal, almost
.11 of them signed a report approving
TRIED ON WARSHIP
Fort Monroe, "Va., Nov. 16. High
explosive tests on the monitor Puritan,
anchored in Hampton roads, damaged
the vessel so seriously that it was nec
essary to send a hurry call to the
Norfolk navy yard for tugs to tow
the battered warship to dry dock. The
tests were required by a provision in
the ordnance appropriation bill passed
by the last session of congress.
Two explosions were mr.de, each with
200 pounds of ntro-glycerine gela
tine, unconfined except as to thin cov
ering of sheet iron. In the first test
j the high explosive was piled against
ers were reinstated.
"Nnmbfir of ulavers drafted by the the side of the afterturret of the moni
'National league, 77; number of drafted 1 tor; in the second again& the side of
American league, 68; number drafted I the vessel just above the water line.
by American association, 130. . Naval officers and experts present ac-
"Total amount received through this knowledge that more damage was done
office for drafted players and money
refunded on drafts disallowed:
"National league, $66,700; American
league, $37,800; National association
of baseball leagues, $58,700."
EL PASOANS MAY CONTEST
.SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL GAME.
Probably the football game between
the El Paso and Bisbee High school
teams at Bisbee last Saturday will be
ton tested by the local eleven.
The El Paso boys claim that they
made one touchdown in the second
half and the men were called back
hecause one of the Bisbee men made
an offside play, -which was a foul, re
sulting in the teams being called back.
Next Saturday the local boys will
meet the second team of the New Mex
ico Agricultural college at Washing
On November 26 the High school
team will play the Bisbee High school
team at Washington parlc.
FAMOUS STRONG MAN
DIES FR03I HEART DISEASE
L.yun, Mass., Nov. 15. Charles O.
Breed, of this city, formerly world's
amateur champion strong man and a
3ading Methodist Episcopal layman,
dropped dead from heart disease yes
terday. Three years ago Breed was examin
ed by Dr. Sargent, and pronounced
perfect so far as physical proportions
Breed as a young man became fa
mous for his extraordinary strength
and traveled throughout the country,
giving exhibitions of muscular prow
ess, meeting strong men everywhere
and never once being defeated.
than they anticipated.
K The first explosion cracked the side
plate of the turret, which was eight
inches thick, and forced It inwaid
about eight inches. A cat and two
chickens placed inside In the same po
sitions that the gunners and sighters
would occupy were not killed.
The second explosion bent In so bad
ly the 10 inch side plate of the vessel,
thereby opening a big hole below the
water line, that the rear end of the
boat sank to the bottom in less than
two minutes after the explosion.
As the Puritan draws IS feet and
was only in 19 feet of water, she did
not disappear below the surface. But
in a few minutes at least one of the
big compartments was almost filled
McGRAW SIGNS AS
MANAGER OF THE GIANTS
JCew York Nov 16. John J- Mc
Graw, manager of the New York Na
tionals since July 19, 1902, has signed
a five year contract with president
John T. Brush to continue as com
mander of the Giants. In the eight
seasons that McGraw has been man
ager, the team has finished first twies,
Fecond four times, t"hird once anJ
fourth once. This is the first time Mc
Graw ever has been signed by Brusft
ior a term longer than two years.
WELL KNOWN MINING
WHITER FOUND DEAD
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 16. Fitz-James
McCarthy, known to the mining world
as Fitz Mac, the author of much min
ing literature, was found dead in his
bed here by Rev. R. S. Fisher of the
First Methodist church, atw hose resi
dence he made his home. Death is be
lieved to have been due to apoplexy.
McCarthy was 65 years old. He had
lived in Phoenix for three years and
was well known throughout this terri
tory and In the mining districts of
Colorado and Nevada.
ENGINEERS EXPECT LAKE
TO INUNDATE MUCH LAND.
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 16. For a year
and a half the Colorado river has not
ben. flowing Into the gulf of California,
but has been emptying its waters into",
the Salton sea through the Laguna
Saluda, which is now a lake 65 miles
long, aiid 15 miles wide. The river is
now five feet lower at Yuma than ever
Government engineers are ol the
opinion that when the lake attains a
height of five feet more it will flow
back and inundate much land.
improvement to be made thereon by
the city, and proposed assessment of
part of the cost thereof against said
owners and their property, and appoint
ing a time and place at which such
persons may be heard by the City
Council concerning such proposed
Whereas, The City Council of the
City of m Paso has by resolution or
dered the improvement of South Santa
Fe street, between the south line of
Improvement district Number One and
the north line of Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe Railway reservation, as fol
lows: 1. That, the same shall be graded
raised and filled.
2. That the roadway of saiJ street
sha'I be paved frorfi curb to curb with
the Bitulirhic pavement with bitumin
ous base in accordance with Warren
Brothers' Specifications, Form "B."
3. Whereas, said Council has ordered
that a .part of the cost of said Improve
ment shall be borne and paid by the
owners of property abutting thereon,
and assessed against said owners and
their property If deemed just and
equitable after the hearing herein men
tioned; and has determined that so far
as the owners of abutting premises are
concerned, the cost of said improve
ment to be paid bv them shall be
assessed according to the from foot
rule, or plan, and
Whereas, the City Engineer has filed
his report with said council, estimating
the cost of said improvement to prop
erty owners at $5.0273 per front foot of
abutting property, and
Whereas. The Citv Council has or
dered that a hearing be given to own
ers of property abutting on said im
provement, and all persons interested
therein, at which such persons may be
heard or contest said, assessments.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given
to all persons owning or Interested In
such property to appear before the Citv
Council of the City of El Paso at the
Council Chamber at the City hal on
tne l'oth day of November, 1910, at 10
oclock a, m., at which time and place
said City Council will hear and finally
adjudicate and determine against such
owners and their property, the bene
fit of all matters concerning the making
of sucli assessment, said improvement,
if any, to such owners and their prop
erty will determine the amount, if
any, which shall be assessed against
the several owners and their property,
and adjust the equities between said
owners; provided, that in no case will
any assessment be made against any
owner or his property unless the specla'
benefits of said improvement in en
hanced value of said property shall
equal or exceed the amount of saii
assessment. Persons desiring to be
heard in any manner concerning said
assessments or desirir- to contest the
same or the benefits of said improve
ment, are hereby directed to appear at
the time and place mentioned in person
or by attorney or agent and present
their objections, as all such matters
will then and there be concluded and
finally adjudicated and determined.
The list of property owners and the
amount to be charged against each,
as shown by said Engineer's report,
is as follow, towit:
Name. Block and '
Addition. Ft Front. Amt.
Adolph Krakauer, blk.
33. Mills add S 1-3 $ . 41.S9
Adolph Krakauer, blk.
33, Mills add 243 1-3 1223.31
Goodman Produce Co..
blk. 133, Campbell
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STEWART IX TWELVE ROlikuS
Boston, Mass., Nov. 16. Jimmy Bar
ry, of Chicago, got the decision over
Jim Stewart, of New Tork, in Z2
rounds at the Armory Athletic associ
ation last night. Stewart substituted
ifor Joe Jeanette, of New York, who
claimed to have a sprained hand which
prevented his fighting. Jeanette ap
peared as second for stewart-
MAII SERVICE CHIEF v
CliERIvS CHANGE PLACES.
H. TV. McCool, who for the past four
years has been assistrnt chief clerk in
the railway mail service in El Paso,
will leave Saturday for San Antonio,,
where he will occupy a similar position.
George Rcgers, now occupying that
position in San Antonio, will come
here, the transfers being made bj- mu
Hartford? Conn., Nov. 16. George
Hackenschmidt, the Russian wrestler,
who agreed to throw Hjalma'r Lundin
and Plloff, the latter a Danish wrest
ler, within an hour, accomplished the I
feat in a little over half an hour last
" night. Pilkoff was thrown in eight
minutes and Lundin in 23 minuses.
BISBEE MAX CHARGED WITH
SELLTXG TOBACCO TO BOYS.
Bisbee, Ariz , Nov. 16. Sam Jano
vich was araigned in the justice court
here on a charge of selling tobacco
to boys without a written order. The
case was taken under advisement.
TO BID OX TUCSON PAVIXG.
J. H. Behan of El Paso, representing
the Texas Bitullthic company, is now
making an estimate of the traffic on
j Peimihgton street, east of Stone ave
nue, with the iuea of submitting a bid
on the paving work, the amount of
traffic determining the thickness of
the base for the pavement, it is stated.
Two games are scheduled for TTel
nesday night -at the Y. M. C. A. Walz
Co. will play Sheltou-Payne and j GIRL GETS LEG CRUSHED
the Internationals will meet the Bryan RIDIXG OX A 3IEAT IVVGOX,
Pros. The latter teams are tied for Tombstone Ariz.. Nov. 16. Stealing
first nlace in he commercial leasrue. o - n-n tv. ii r-ui -
and the play, to begin at 8:30, will Kinney's meat wagon, the llyearold j F',nn?ndV blU 32'"4
decide the tie. .daughter of Rubla Avron caught her l M' Weaber,' "j." P.
Mrs. J. F. Crosby, blk.
133, Campbell add...
Estate of R. A. Crews,
blk. 133. Campbell
Louise Ullman, blk.
133, Campbell add...
Louise Ullman, v blk.
133, Campbell add.'..
El Paso Electric Rail-
waj' Co., blk. 133,
Campbell add 70
Modisto Anaya. blk.
133. Campbell add... 25
Ella B. Meekins, blk.
119, Campbell add... 25
-Tt P. Dieter, blk. 119.
Campbell add 35
Berla & Co.. blk. 119.
Virginia B. Moran.
(daughter of Jose
phine Crosby) blk.
119, Campbell add...
Josefa Montes Ziemer,
blk. 119, Campbell
Mrs. Alice Pumeroy,
blk. 119. Campbell
J. P. Dieter, blk. 119,
P. M. Millspaugh, blk.
100, Campbell add...
Madeline B. Wood, blk.
100. Campbell add
Millard Patterson. Es- .
tate of C. N. Buck
ler, blk. 100, Camp
bell add '. ... 35
G. I,. HItt, blk. 100.
Campbell add 35
B. F. Darbyshlre, blk.
100, Campbell add... 70
Alice B. Rogers, blk.
100. Campbell add... 35
Nicholas Abraham and
H. K. Agub. blk. 100.
Campbell add 25
A. Schwartz, blk. S9,
Campbell add 5.S6
W. H. Abrams,' trustee
of the T. & P. Ry.
Co., St. Louis. Mo.,
blk. 32. Mills add S
TO LIFT BALL DEBT.
Henry Schaffer, Wallace Morris and
a number of. the, deep dyed in the wool
fans are planning for a baseball min- I
strel to raise funds to meet Ihe ob
ligations of the 190 baseball club,
which quit the season exactlj' S3300
In the hole.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 1G. Vincent
Botto, representing St. Louis, defeated
F. M. Keyes, of Kansas City and Bet
Kerr, also of Kansas City, 50 to 42, in
the second billiard league contest here
last night. The game went 110 innings.
i left leg in the spokes of the right
hind wheel and it was badly mangled.
Amputation was necessary.
BANTAM WEIGHT FIGHT.
New York, Nov. 16. 5Immy Walsh,
of Boston, outpointed Sammy Kel'er.
bantam weight champion, of England,
DEFICIT CUT DOWN.
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 16. It is ex
pected that the deficit of $6000 in the
fa4r fund will be recuced to $2000 or
$3000 as a result of the fair just closed.
Collections amounted to a "little less
than $19,000 this year.
ENGINEERS FOR SOCIETY.
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 16. -About 20
erpineers of the territory met here
and organized the Society of Arizona
GIFT FOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Next Friday the Wallace Literary
society of the High school will pre
sent the school with a set of green
plush portieres for the stage.
Dieter. G. W. Braun,
S. Aronstein, H.
Bruhn. Max Loeb,
(Deutsche Kegel Ve
rein), blk. 132. Camp
bell add 34 170.93
Santa Fe Realty Co..
blk. 132. Campbell
add 70 351.91
El Paso Gas and Elec
tric Co., blk. 132.
Campbell add S6 432.35
J. P. Dieter, blk. 132,
Campbell add 70 351.91
El Paso Electric Ry.
Co., blk. 120. Camp
bell add 260 1307.10
El Paso Electric Ry.
Co., Fourth street,
closed 70 351.91
El Paso Electric Ry.
Co. blk. 99, Camp
bell add .. 260 1307.10
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