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Hie HeralcPs Sporting Newi
Thursday, jSTov. 17, 1910.
EL PASO HERALD
Upon entering our store the fruit and vegetable
section presents a most attractive and appetizing
sight. They are supplied with the very best the
land affords, not depending upon the home mar
ket, but gathering from all over the country. We
for Thanksgiving dinner. "We trust you
will place your orders in advance
as much as possible which will en
able you to get choice goods and
prompt delivery. We invite you to call and
see the most complete assortment of good
things to eat in El Paso.
Shelled Nuts '
Cucumbers and "Radishes
Green and Wax Beans
New Egg Plant
New Ford Dates and Figs
Cantaloupes and Pumpkins,
SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS
'LAST YEAR'S TEAM
ABLE TO COME BAOK
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 17. A team
composed of last year's college foot
ball players now attending the Har
vard law school demonstrated on Sol
diers' field Wednesday that they could
"come back" with a week or two of
practice, "for by a score of 3 to 0 they
defeated the Carlisle indians.
The indians came to Cambridge with
a string of well earned victories and
comparatively few defeats, while the
law school team had played but one
previous game. It was a one man
contest, however, for F. B. Philbin,
the fleet Yale half back, ran the team
from full back's position, where he
took direct passes either for a dash
around the end on his own account or
to hurl a forward pass.
In the first period when he had
driven Carlisle back to the 15 yard
line, ho dropped a pretty field goal for
the only score of the game. Hamilton
Fish, the former Harvard captain, led
the law school team and was as strong
on the defence as Philbin on the
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 17. The Tale
and Harvard elevens began today put
ting the finishing touches on their
preparations for the football game Sat
urday. It is stated today that the
Harvard back field in Saturday's game
probably will be Wlgglesworth at quar
terback. Corbett at left half, Ted
Trothingham at right 'naif and Leslie
or Morrison at full back. Both Yale
and Harvard will take long signal prac
tice on the Yale field this afternoon.
will be able to get into the game Sat
urday. There are 37 players in the -Harvard
The announcement that Vaughan
would be able to take part in Satur
day's game was a welcome surprise to
the Yale supporters. He was taken ill
after the Harvard game last year and
it was believed he would never play
AVIATORS AT DEXVER
3IAKE SEVERAL ASCENTS
Denver, Colo., Nov. 17. Spectators
at Denver's aviation field witnessed
interesting flights by Ralph Johnstone.
Arch Hoxsey and Walter R. Brookins,
the Wright bird men, giving exhibi
tions at Overland Park yesterday aft?,
ernoon. Each of the aviators ascended
twice. On one of his flights, Brookins
left the field and traveled toward the
Rocky mountains for a mile or more.
Only .one accident and that not of a
I serious nature, happened. Johnstone in
descending from his second flight al
lowed his machine to gain too much
momentum. It struck the smooth
track used for horse racing and skid
ded along at a rapid rate. Johnstone
signalled for helpers to check the ma
chine. A youth made a flying tackle
of one of the wings. The machine
swerved Into a fence and smashed a
TO TELEPHONE C
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
JUade, Repaired and Exchanged. 396S
We store goods. 0pp. Postctnce, acro&s Plaza
508 & 629 .
A. E. RYAN & CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEIT ALL NIGHT.
nURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
WE REPAIR EVERYTHING.
Key and Lock "Worlc, Guns, Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Becord: Chicago to "New York. 999
Miles, in 35 hours.
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP. 208 North Stanton Street. Plione. Bell 130.
FOR TENTS AND CA&SP SUFPLISS
Before buying get our prices. We can save you money. We are manufac
turers. EI. PASO TENT AND AWNING COMPANY.
Both Pkonea. 312 S. EI Paso St.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
202 Texis St
. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
HACK and BAGGAGE
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prices.
116 to 120 San "Francisco St. Careful Men. Bell 1 Auto 1001
3& BAGGAGE and MOVING SS
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at rieht nrice.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFEE. AUTO 1966
HAS HAND BROKEN
E. C. Jones, the big- left guard of the
Military Institute team, broke ' two
bones in his right hand during the
game with the University of Arizona
last week and is wearing it in a sling.
The accident occurred in a scrimmage
during- the -third quarter of the game
but ne played out the game and did not
know until he had returned to El Paso
the following day what was the matter
with his hand.
Team Xo. 6 of the T. M. C. A. house
league, defeated team Xo. 4 Wednesday
night. The margin was 159. Scores:
Team 4. 12 3
Moltane 136 113 IIS
Schutz 116 131 19J
Finney 151 125 146
403 369 459
Team 6. 12 3
Rightor. ,..154 16S 159
Lenoir ,..147 143 163
Wyman . . . .V? 144 146 166
445 437 488
GREAT DEMAND FOR. SEATS
FOR YALE-HARVARD GA3IE
Boston,' Mass., Nov. 17. The demand
for tickets for the Harvard-Yale foot
ball game at New Haven on Saturday
so far outruns the supply that what
few speculators have succeeded in
gathering in a few, are holding them
at prices ranging from $20 to $50 a
Six" seats were advertised today for
$300 and local brokers are in constant
receipt of orders from all parts of the
country offering almost any price for
Capt. Daly, of the Yale team, savs
that Vaughan, last season's left end,
CALCULATIONS UPSET ON
THE TRACK AT OAKLAND
Oakland, Cal., Nov. 17. Chester
Krum upset calculations by winning
the Crescendo handicap at Emeryville.
Araze and Spellbound were thought to
have the event to themselves, but after
they had raced on almost even terms
the greater part of the journey, Ches
ter Krum saved ground by getting
through next to the rail and won
cleverly. Spellbound beat Araze in a
drive for second place. Through over
confidence -on the part of Garner,
Lord of the Forest was beaten a head
by Roy Junior in the third race. Frank
Doss bid up Roy Junior from $500 to
$800 and secured him. Archibald rode
Tomorrow is devoted to again demonstrating that our
tf Thanksgiving Sale" is beyond a dGubt the one bargain
event of the season. The following new items in Ready -to-Wear
are adced to those previously published:
Latonia, Ky., Nov. 17. Jockey Dav
enport was injured in yesterday's
races. He got a hard fall with Nanette
in the fifth race and was probably
hurt internally, and he had many !
bruises about the head and body. He
will not be able to ride again at the
present meeting and probably not be
in the saddle for months.
Starter Morrison inflicted a severe
penalty on jockey Phil Musgrave,
when he fined the latter $100 and sus
pended him for the rest of the meeting
for trying to beat the barrier.
ON OUR 50c
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
HONORS EVEN IN TEN
FAST ROUNDS OF BOXING
Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 17. Jack
(Twin) Sullivan, of Boston, and Tony
Ross, of New Castle, Pa., boxed ten
fast rounds here last night. Honors
"Sullivan outpointed Ross but the lat
ter evened up by landing- many hard
blows to the body and by his aggressiveness.
RACING AT LATONIA.
Latonia, Ky., Nov. 17. Fauntleroy
won the feature race, a mile and 70
yards handicap, from a good field.
Green Seal set the pace to the stretph,
where Fauntleroy caught him and won
easily by four lengths. Dr. Holzberg,
after trailing: most of the way, showed
a burst of speed in the stretch and
finished second, a length in front of
KEEP I x MIND
Thanksgiving Sale of
Dresses at $14.50
Values o $25.00
Seventy dresses, hardly
two alike, of broadcloth,
serge and shepherd checks,
plainly tailored for street
wear or prettily trimmed
find finished with lace or
net yokes for afternoon wear. All the
staple shades, delicate tints and black
are shown in messaline, taffeta silk, Ot
toman silk, velvet and net. These are
quite elaborate with silk embroidered
fronts, net j-okes, etc. Many have the
peasant sleeve and semi-hobble effect.
The Sweaters Which
Will be Underpriced
Xow is certainly the time
to buy a sweater. Wheth
er you want a sweater to
wear right now, or will
need one this winter un
der your suit coat, you
get it now while these
Thanksgiving Sale prices are offered.
LOT I Women's Sweaters, worth $4.50,
sale price $2.95.
LOT II Women's Sweaters, worth
$5.95; sale price $3.S5.
LOT III Women's Sweaters, worth
$6.50; sale price $4.25.
LOT IV Women's Sweaters, ivorth
$7.50; sale price $5.50.
Silk Petticoats $9.50
These are beautiful Per
sian pattern messaline,
plain colored, messaline
and plain colored taffeta
silk petticoats, 'handsome
deep flounces in Van Dyke .
points, aecordian plaited and deep silk
foot ruffle. A dozen va- (jJQ Cf
rieties; values to $13.75... PLOvr
Values to $7.50
Xe model skirts of wor
sted and chiffon panama,
strictly tailored with hor
izontal folds and. tailor
buttons. The modified
hobble effect, also rored
or plaited. Colors are black, navy,
brown. Extra large waist measures as
well as regular sizes; 4C AA
New Persian and
Velvet Waists $5.00
An (express shipment of
the so much, wanted Per
sian silk waists just reach
ed ns. They're in dainty
light colored combinations,
contrasting colored, but
tons on shoulders and front and. yoke
and cuffs to match
Velvet "waists, with Persian- silk but
tons on yoke and cuffs. CjC Cif
I iri CtiUbato Qilefg JJjEshetfs
tute football eleven will play the high
school team on "the gridiron at Wash
ington Park for the championship of
BACK TO LEAGUE
OF THE TOLTECS
Two games were played Wednesday
night in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium.
The International Book team defeated
the "Walz Co. team by a score of 20
to 6, putting the winners in first
place in the commercial league. The
Shelton-Payne team won from Bryan
Bros, by a score of 2S to 12. The com
mercial league games are held Wed
nesday nights, beginning at S:S0.
Berlin, Germany, Nov. 17. The third
game in the chess match for the
world's championship between Eman
uel Lasker and D. Joanowsky, ended
in ?. draw. I
The game was twice adjourned and
80 moves were played. The score now
stands: Lasker 1: drawn 2.
C S. PICKREL1. Mgr.
?06 N. Ciegon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
ALLAN MASON WINS.
New York. N. Y Nov. 17. Allan
: Mason, of Boston, defeated James
Blair, of New York, in the last game of
J the series between Boston and New
York, in the national billiard league
three cushion turnament here last
night, 50 to 24.
CASH OR CREDIT
A LITTLE 3IONEY goes a long wa ys here.
H. L. STEWART FURNITURE CO.
110-312 Soutk StnHtoa. Bell G?i A-ntn -
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RTTNN ING WHITE SEWING 3IACHINE.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
mm - 12
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309E. Overland St
Use the -
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Eates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
409 South Santa Fe St.
Bell Phone 1493. Auto. Phone 1403.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
30i S. EI Pass St,
Guns. Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools. ai!
v....t ..m.vA.-, .-w ..V..J.J. xuun;. j-ants ' i fO.U
TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS.
Kansas City, Nov. 17. Pierre Mau
jome, of St. Louis, defeated J. K.
Backus, of Kansas City, at billiards in
the league race here last night, 50 to
Pennant Question in Texas
League to Be Fought
Houston, Tex., TCov. IT. A squabble
over the Texas league pennant for the
,past season has not yet ended, as the
National Baseball commission, which
took up Houston's protest against
Dallas getting the pennant, has re
ferred the matter back to the Texas
This information is carried in a tele
gram received today from Doak Rob
erts, who is attending the conference.
The commission requests the Texas !
league to decide the question on rules '
and not sentiment. Otto Sens, owner
of the Houston team, declares this will
result in the pennant coming to Hous
ton. PITCHERS SIGX.
New York, Nov. 17. Pitchers James j
Vaughn and Raymond Fisher signed I
with the New York American league i
club today for 1911. j
Cambridge, Mass. Final score: Har
vard law school 3; Indians 0.
FOOTBALL THANKSGIVING DAY.
Thanksgiving day the Military Insti-
You are not experimenting on your
self when you take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for a cold as that preparation
has won its great reputation and ex
tensive sale by its remarkable cures of
colds, and can always be depended upon.
It is equally valuable for adults and
children and may be given to young
children with implicit confidence as it
contains no harmful drug. Sold by all
Engagement com. Monday, Nov. 21
Raymond Teal Musical
30 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS 30
Monday, Tuesday. "Wednesday,
Evening performance 8:15
Mat. Saturday 2:30
Evening prices 25c, 35c
Matinee prices 10c, 20c
Seats on sale, Evan's Drug Store.
Phone, Bell 608-629
Bills Change Thursday, Sunday.
Arrested in Albuquerque.
They Claim Unfairness
in Amount of Fines. ,
Albnniiftmue. X. M.. Nov. 17. Inter
national complications may develop as j
the result of fines imposea on Aiexi
cans here. Some one yelled Viva Mex
ico and trouble started. It resumed in
th arrest of seven men. of whom
Margarito Quiroz, Luis Bravo and j
Francisco -uenaoza, an u.iim iium
old Mexico, who were fined $10 each,
which they could not pay, while Man
uel Campos, Pedro Gutierrez, Jose
Montoya and Casimiro Chavez were
each mulcted in the sum of 5, which
No one came to the rescue of the old
Mexico residents and they threaten to
appeal to the Mexican ambassador at
Washington because they were fined
more heavily than the men who were
New Mexico voters.
Spiehler's Select Lily of the Valley
Perfume, xt Is just like the flower. Asfr
for free sample at Fred Schaefer's drug
store. 204 Mesa avenue.
CADETS WITH TYPHOID
Annapolis, Mil., Nov. 17. Two more
,-.,. !... Vrnnn cmnt - H'o navnl
miaSIlipiIlVIl 'c uccii .-. i." "- ........ j
oMrtomv hfii-fi suffering with typhoid,
making 13 now sick with the disease, j
mv,n,. inniiuin T.mxrrpnof TC Forde and i
Berk F. Clark, of Wyoming, and James
A. McCown, of Texas. The cases aro
Much Fun and Fine Feeding
atAnnual Banquet of
Old Doc Johnson must have had a
prophetic vision when he wrote In his
dictory: "A club is an assembly of
good fellows, aneeting under certain
conditions." That Is the definition of
tne Toltec club whose, members were
at their best Wednesday evening at the
seventh annual banquet, the first of
the annuals to be given in the club'o
An election of officers for the year
was held preceding the banquet. Ii. S.
Bea(5h was elected president; J. G. Miv
Nary, vice president; Walter E. Arnold,
secretary, and J. F. Primm, treasurer.
The new directors elected were: H. 3.
Beach, TJ. S. Stewart, Dr. James Vance
and J. F. Primm.
After the business session, the club
members marched to the main dining
room on the club floor, where the ban
quet table had been arranged in the
club colors, yellow chrysanthemums be
ing used for the decorations. A typi
cal Toltec gridiron evening followed
with T. M. Wingo toastmaster, acting
as the chef.
The toasts as given and the quota
tions which followed them on the pro
President's annual excuse, William
H. Burges. "Much" may be said on both
Song "On1 the Road to Mandalay,"
Parvin Witte. "What harmony is this?
My good friends, hark." The Tempest.
"Me and Napoleon." Gen. B. J. Vil
joen. "One who has lived more stories
than the rest of us can invent." Kip- j
Winter Song, Toltec Quartet. "Chro- j
matic tortures soon shall drive them !
The Atrocious Crime of m Being a
Young Man. W. K. Marr. "Tne earliest
pipe of half awakened birds." Tenny
son. Poem (?) (?) (?), Owen P. White.
"Neither rhyme nor reason." As You
Song "Ireland Isn't Ireland Any
More," Henry S. Beach and Toltec Quar
tet. "Alul that we ask Is but a patient
Flying High. Zach Lamar Cobb." "I
would be loth to cast away my speech;
for besides that It Is well penned, I
have taken great pains to con it."
Toltec Pipe Dreams, James G. Mc
Nary. Chorus by Quartet and Dream
ers. "'I thank you for your voices."
Our Optical department. Dr. Hortoa
in charge, is prepared to test your eyes
and fit the proper corrective glasses.
Snyder Jewelry Co.
FIND BARTENDER KILLED,
AND OFFICERS ARE PUZZLED
Caldwell, Tex., Nov. 17. Frank
Marek, a bartender in a saloon at
Snook, near here, was shot and killed
last night and the authorities are un
able to determine whether Marek
committed suicide or was shot by an
unknown party. He was 25 and married.
GUIDE SHOT BY HUNTERS:
CLAIMED TO BE ACCIDENT
Durant, Okla., Xov 17. p. P.
Tibbs, a guide, was shot and killed by
a hunting party of six during a hunt
in the mountains east of Talihina,
yesterday. The men are from Coal
gate and say the guide was shot when
a hunter's gun was accidentally dis
A Little Advice
WORTHY OF NOTICE
When your stomach has "gone back
on you and the appetite is poor or when
the bowels are clogged and the liver in
active, get a bottle of the famous
without delay. It is the best remedy for
Stomach Ills and its results are certain,
as proven by its wonderful record during
the past 57 years. But remember you
want Hostetter's, nothing else will do.
It is also excellent for Colds "and Grippe.
ALL PAINT FACTORIES
Have raised the price of mixed paints in sym
pathy with Linseed Oil. Turtle's Imperial Paint is
now $2.25 per gallon.
Tuttle Paint h Glass Co.
BELL 206; ATJTO 1206
The baby must not be forgotten at
Christmas. You will find here all man
ner of baby rings, tiny chains, pins and
pretty bracelets for the fat little wrhits.
Snyder Jewelry Co.
The best plaster. A piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment
and bound on over the affectJHi parts Is
superior to a plaster and costs only one
tenth as much. For sale by all dealers
W p Heavy Team Harness, Stock Saddles,
"r Ladies' Astride Saddles, Express
Harness, Buggy Harness, Rifle Scab-
Manufactureaad barcls' ?isto1 Scabbards, Belts, and
an classes or Leather Goods.
See us or write for prices.
Carry In Stock
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
EL PASO THEATRE
Lawrence & aandusky Present
THURSDAY, NOV. 17.
ullrltafill flip "Wpw Vor-V "Rolacor. Tl,o-,.. o
About College Men and Cowboys, by Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong,
Prices: 50c to S1.50. Sale of Seats at thA Prarfn
CRAWFORD THEATRE 1 ever r night 1
GLASS-SAGNON STOCK CO. THIS WEEK
"LOVE BEHIND A THSOmb" ,..:... ,, ,. . .... n.
m, .cm. -i ---" mmmm iii.es Always lac, cn;, oau; uuaw jui,
The Best Stock Company That Has Ever Played El Paso. Matinees, Wed., Sat., Sun.
EXTRA ADDED FEATURE Tonight
The Miracle Painting '-SHADOW OF THE CROSS"
cxmpiieu j.nrougnout tne worm at Z5c But free at Crawford Theater Tonight.