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The Herald's Sporting News
JEXi PASO 'HERAXJD " 21 191- The Herald's Sporting News
JACKSON, IEW MM, LEADS IU
LEAGUE IN IIS BAT1G AVERAGE
Chlcnpro, 111, or. 21. Jacknon, of Cleveland, might hmp been n dis
putant -nitb, both I.ajoie and Cobb for the prize automobile for hitting in
1910 In the American baseball league, but for the limited number of gnmca
iu -which he participated. In the official llrt of batting averages made pub
lic today, he heads the list with a percentage of .SST. t
He participated in only 20 Ramen, however, and Mas not eligible for
the prize. Cobb is second vith n percentage of .3S5 nnd Lajole vrlth .3S4.
Philadelphia heads the clubs In batting with .205, Chicago being last vrlth
.212. Lajole played Ih the greatest number of games of any plajer In the
league, his record being 591 times at bat in 159 games.
Following is the standing of the first 25 In the list:
No. games. AB. R. H. Pet. SH.SB.2bh.3bh.HR.
Jackson, Cleveland 20 75
Cobb, Detroit 140 509
Lajole, Cleveland .. 159 591
Speaker, Boston L 141 53S
Strunk, Philadelphia .... 16 4S
Hohnhorst, Cleveland 17 62
Collins, Philadelphia 153 583
Koestner, Cleveland 27 4S
Knight. New York 117 414
Oldrlng, .rnlladelphia 134 546
Easterly, Cleveland 110 363
Mclnnes, Philadelphia 38 73
Murphy, Philadelphia 151 560
Cunningham, Washington 22 74
.Karger. Boston 27 6S
XJeJahanty, Detroit 106 37s
Chase, New York 130 524
Crawford, Detroit . 154 58S
Cree, New York 134 467
Lewis, Boston 151 541
Baker. Philadelphia 146 561
Gardner. Boston . 113 413
Milan. "Washington 142 531
Thomas, Philadelphia 0 ISO
Schaefer, Washington 74. 229 27
No games. AB. r. h.
Pmladelphia . v 155 5151 673 1364
Detroit . . 155 5046 679 131S
Boston 158 5204 640 1345
New York 156 5063 626 1253
Cleveland 161 5420 54s 1311
"Washington 157 5011 501 11S2
St. Louis 157 5052 449 1092
Chicago 156 5011 447 106I
Don't take a chance on beinc dis
appointed. Select the
Our preparations for Thanksgiving arenow complete, and 3011 will not
be disappointed in the Thanksgiving turkey if the selection is made here.
We have the best turkeys to be found in the local market, and special
attention will be paid to having them properly dressed.
Extra selected "Seals'hipt" Oysters for the turkey dressing are men
OTHER THINGS BESIDES THE TURKEY
In addition to turkey, we mention Milk Fed Veal, Prime Fed Beef
and Baby Beef, Fresh Pork Cuts and Home Made Sausage.
114 N. STANTON ST.
10 Last-Minute Sh
Phones: Bell 251
GOOD PLAYING AND
GRIT ill GAME
High School Defeats A. M.
-College 51-to 0 Two
'New Mexicans Hurt
A. & M. boys worn to a frazzle, sev
eral of them appearing groggy, Cheno
weth caught the ball in the middle of
the field on a kick and ran through
the opposing line for the final touch
down, Grady missing a difficult kick,
and making the score 51 to 0.
The ball was on the A. & M.s 20 yard
line, where Lomax had taken it from
his own goal posts in a wonderful run,
when the game ended.
Referee, Haun; umpire, Miller; head
lineman, Ivirkpatrick; linesmen, Mudd
of the high school and Clay of the A. &
LOTS OF MEDALS
FOR EIFLE CLUB
Silberberg Bros., jewelers, have an,
nounced that they will present the El
Paso Rifle club with a monthly silver
medal and an annual gold medal. The
silver medal will go to the shooter
making the best monthly scores and
the gold medal to the one who makes
the best record for the year. These
prizes are offered with the intention
Superior knowledge of the game and
an abundance of grit won the football
game for the El Paso high school
against the second team from the New
Mexico A. & M. college eleve'n at Wash
ington park Saturday afternoon. The
score stwd El Paso 51, A. & M. 0, at the
end of the game wlch came at dark. . of encouraging: rifle shootin
. - ViT . T ""- " a out the residents cl El Paso.
during the contest George Taylor, cap- r b snotffUn qhoot and Diowout"
tain of the team,and Ansel Gardner j wm bo held at he e on,Thanks.
SfMJM I ,eXlWal,taken1tl Saving. There will be a prize for every
the Providence hospital, but his condi- M matter how imperfect his
uuu j uoi aenous, me coacnes stating
that he had been knocked out by a col
lision when he was struck in the back
by one of the high school players while !
making a tackle. He played through
Conference' Held and Sea
son's Indoor Sport Out
lined for Five Teams.
the game, but laid on the ground after
it was over and had to be carried to the
None of the High school boys were
hurt during the contest and they were
all in fine fettle, showing careful train
ing. Chenoweth, quarterback for the local
team, was the particular star of the
high school team and one of these days
he will he a gridiron star in some one
of the big colleges if he keeps oh at
the present rate. Particular attention
was paid by the El Paso boys to the j
new forward pass and Chenoweth was j
the one to carry it out at times when
gains counted. !
score may be.
The club held its regular weekly
shoot at the range on Mundy Heights
during Sunday morning, although
weather conditions were bad s during
all the morning because of an irregular
wind which blew across the range.
There were 12 riflemen present and
the following scores w(ere made in the
medal event: Allen, 33; Rutledge, 31;
Haines. 30; Paul, 27; Pringle, 27; Hurx
thal, 25; Hopple, 23.
.For the" safety razor the following
scores were made: Allen. 33; Paul,
31; Pringle, 30; Haines, 2S; Corning,
26; Hopple. 24; Basa, 21; Rutledge, 19;
A few practice scores were next
made, after which a pigeon shoot was
It has been decided that hereafter
Representatives of the El Paso bas
ketball teams met Saturday evening at
the Y. M. C. A. and planned the season's
program and the formation of a chal
lenge league. The indoor sport will
be the winter's special feature in many
institutions, not only among older boys,
but with grammar school students and
Those represented at Saturday's
meeting were the Y. M. C. A., the El
Paso Military institute, the high school,
the E. P. & S. TV. shops and Ft. Bliss.
Teams from these schools will meet
Saturday nights, play to begin about
Dec 10. The contests will be on the
percentage, "each team to play each
other team twice," basis. Already the
Y. M. C. A.s "Y" team has been picked
from star players in the commercial
league, who will continue play Wednes
day nights. However, members of the
"Y" team will only compete in tho
challenge games. They are: Fore-
wards, Block and Peralta; guards,
Rumsey, Atkinson, Faulkner and Gar
wood; center, Peralta, Kindig and Mil
ler. A $20- shield will be, the trophy.
Play in the Southwestern Athletic
Federation will begin in February.
It is assured that a large number of
institutions will be represented, in
cluding Y. M. C. A high school and
Icbllege teams from all southwestern
cities. A series of gj.mas -.vitn the
Mormon colonies is being negotiated,
and probably the El Paso 1. M. C. A.
Old Banchinan Is Alleged to
Have- Been OBeaten
Carrizozo, N. M., Nov. 21. A report
has reached here from Texas Park,
which is a small settlement 12 miles
east of here, that F. M. Allen was as
saulted and nearly beaten to death,
then tied with a rope to the horn of a
saddle and dragged for 100 yards or
more, it is charged.
Allen was picked up by one of the
neighbors and taken to Dr. Law's san
atorium at Lincoln and is in a critical
condition and not expected to live.
Bob Leslie has been arrested and is in
jail at Lincoln and sheriff Stephens
and a posse are out in the Capitan
mountains In pursuit of Owen and R. J.
Allen is an old time resident of Lin
coln county and has a ranch near Three
Rivers, but this fall he took a small
bunch of horses to Stimson's ranch in
I Texas Park to graze. Stimson's ranch
joins Leslie's and the woods's ranches.
The Woods, brothers are recent com
ers and formerly lived in Kentucky.
Allen had his face kicked to a pulp, it
F. M. Deal, of Ancho, who was ar
rested and brought here oji the charge
of selling liquor without license at An
cho, was bound over in the sum of
a rifle shoot will not be held on the
first Sunday in each (month, and that
its place a clay pigeon shoot will
twice in the second quarter, Grady , De Id-
kicking one of tl3 goals ana missing
During the first quarter neither side
scored and it was a srood irame. hut
Chenoweth crossed the A. & M. line ! in
team will journey into Mexico to com- "" oy Justice Aiassie to await tne ac
pete before the series in this city, it j ti(in of the Srand Jury- Bond was given
is plarned to have -irl teams repre- j anS" Deal released from custody,
senting high schools ana f. TV. C. A. j Scotty Deans, a well known charac
to play on Saturdav nights .luring the ter aDut town, charged with assault
federation series, so forming an at- and batter3 on deputy, sheriff Leo Os
tractive double header pacn ovent. i "wald, was discharged. A new com-
The local grammar school league ss i Plaint was immediately made out ana
assured a new lease of life. The V! as j Scottv was again arrested and will
school is to have a baske-.ball court, have another hearing before judge
so completing the equipment of everv lassie.
El Paso school. Plav in that league A meeting of the Lincoln County
will begin Dec. 10, and to be held each Teachers' association will be held in
Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock. The ' tne school house here next Saturday.
San Jacinto school won the pennant I An elaborate program has been ar
lsat vear. ranged and it is expected that a large
j number of teachers from all parts of
NO DOUBLE HEADER the county will be present.
Do Not Overlook the Superior
Service Offered Here
Just because you have delayed until the last minute mak
ing the needed Thanksgiving purchases, there will be no
disappointment if you depend on us. Our stock of silver
ware and cut and engraved glass is so extensive chat any
thing needed whether it be a single article or a com
plete set can be selected here with greatest satisfaction
and at the lowest prices.
OUR NEW WATCH CATALOG '
Our Watch Catalog just out is the most complete ever
issued in El Paso. Not only is the catalog complete but
the stock behind the catalog is the equal of any metro
politan jewelry store. A watch for Christmas will be one
of the most appropriate presents you can make, and espe
cially desirable if the selection of the watch is made here.
Watch catalog mailed free, upon request.
The mere thought of buying a dia
mond ahoixld sucgest Sllberberg's."
FEXAS & MESA
TO HER FRIENDS
Sad Experience of Misa
Brown, In Hanging Limb,
Before She Knew
the other, which made the score 12-0 ! Q. LLUP MAN WANTS
at the end of the first half. I , .-1 . -
Second Half Start., Strenuously. j HEAVYWEIGHT SCRAP
Tn the second half Dunny "kicked off
for A & M. Kuhn made a sensational Come on you heavyweight champs,
run after' catching the ball and fell on Here's a man up Gallup way who
his head, being knocked out for a fewf-lants take any and all comers on
irinutes. Then he ran into Tavlor.'' at weights ranging from 145 to 150
Tr" f rr I . n T.?wfe ...4- . J3 1 X -. - J. I nAllnrlc f fv l .Allnilp Y.i . v . n 1 -
across the line for another touchdown, j all except the cusslngs, which will go ' iexiCAA"
Grady again failing to kick goal. This i to the loser as his share. The roal 1
made the score 17 to 0. digging champion is financed by $250 i
Taylor wanted to go back into the and "possibly more, bis manager says.
game, and it was with difficulty that The fight is to be before the Gaiiup
the coach restrained him. The removal Athletic club, day and date to be ur
of Taylor from the game knocked the ranged by agreement- J. F. Briscoe,
heart out of the Mesilla boys. Grady . Gallup. X. M., is responsible for the
There will be no double header foot- FOUNDATION IS FINISHED
ball game in El Paso on Thanksgiving j FOR CLIFTON POSTOFFICE
day. The A. & M. first team and the j Clifton, Ariz., Xov. 21. The founda
Roswell, M. I,, team will play at Me- j tion of the new postoffice building is
silla Park that day. The El Paso high now completed and the rest ofthe
school and El Paso military Institute work will be pushed rapidly to a finish
imo ., m r"- j.i me iiauiijiuuijiuji so 1C can De openea to tne dudiic dv tne
of the city on Thanksgiving day.
caught the ball on a fluke forward pass . new liope" of the white race and he
by the farmers and went across the
line and later kicked goal, bringing tho
score up to 23. Ronan followed , with
another touchdown and Grady failed
at goal, making the score 28.
Ronan's LontT Runs.
Ronan again shone in two long runs
and crossed the opposing line, making
the score 33, while Grady's well placed
kick between the po.sts brought it up
to 34. Ronan again made a wonderful
40 yard run and on a rush through the
line from the 10 yard mark scored
again, Grady kicking the goal and
making tlie score 40. Again the ball
went back to the farmers' territory
after the kickoff, and Ronan crossed
from the 10 yard line, Grady kicking
goal and making it 46.
would like to receive challenges, bales
,of them, from all comers.
SILVER CUP TO TUCSON
Tucson, Ariz., Xov. 21. Albuquerque
has forfeited the silver cup to the
University of Arizona by canceling the
Thanksgiving game. This cup was won
orce by each university and is now
forfeited to the Tucson boys.
NEW STYLE AMMUNITION
Mexico City, D. F., Xov. 21. Shoot-
J ing at targets with "Martin Hall bomb-
shells" here proved a success. Presi
j dent Diaz was much pleased with the
showing made with this new ammunl
) tion, some of which was used in the
Russo-Japanese war. The experiments
jwere conducted by Mexican army offi
cers in the presence of president Diaz,
minister of war Manuel Gonzales Co
slo, and a number of others.
"With four minutes to play and the by all dealers.
"When 3-0U have a cold get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will
soon fix you up all right and will ward
off any tendency toward pneumonia.
This remedy contains no opium or other
narcotic and may be given as enf I-
dently to a baby as to an adclC. Sold
first of the year.
Thb solid silver cup awarded the Ari
zona Copper company at the El Paso
fair for the best general mineral ex
hibit, is now being displayed in the
window of the company drue: store.
A big turkej- shoot is being arranged Cardui
for Thanksgiving day, to be held on the cure In a natural, easy manner.
Hanging Limb, Tenn. "I told all my
friends," says Miss Ethel Brown, of
this place, "that my present good health
was entirely due to Cardui. For several
years I had suffered with troubles pe
culiar to women long weakening
spells, nervousness, etc., and my con
dition was often very serious.
Since I took Cardui, I feel better in
every way, and grow stronger daily."
The strength-giving properties of
Cardui, the women's tonic, are not due
to powerful drugs, but to its gentle,
natural, building action. Cardui is not
a stimulant, but a mild and effective
tonic for women, that through 50 yearg
of success, has proven its merit.
Being prepared principally from the
extracted medicinal principle of a plant
grown in Europe, Imported direct by
the manufacturers, and combined witn
other ingredients to form a scientific
remedy, Cardui brings results, different
from other medicines. '
If you suffer from any form of wo
manly weakness or irregularity, try
It hels nature to perform a
BEGINNING NOVEMBER 27, 1910
! II 11 If 1 "
rnuui iinw immi
Leaves ST. LOUIS
4,30 P.M. today
Arrives NEW YORK
6.SO P. M. tomorrow
(4 JO P.M., St. Loiila Time)
Arriving New York
Special features include Barber, Bath,
Ladies Maid, Library, Observation Car, etc.
SLEEPING CAR THROUGH TO WASHINGTON
Highest standard travel comforts maintained on other
From St. Louis Through to Pennsylvania Station
In, New York City's Busiest Spot One Block From Broadway
Leaving St. Louis Union Station
8.44 a.m., 12.40 p.m., 1.02 p. m., 8.15 p. m., 11.35 p. m., Daily.
Consult Agents for particulars, or address
GEO. T. HULL, District Agent
907 Seventeenth Street, DENVER. COL.
range of the Clifton gun club.
At a meeting of the council, the
mayor was authorized to purchase COO
feet of hose and two new hose carts
for the Clifton fire department.
ARI70W. PROTECTS ITS
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 21. The white
fly is to be excluded from Arizona, J phosphorus with which he was work-
PHYSICIAX BADLY BURAED
WHEX PHOSPHORUS IGXITES
Solomonville, Ariz., Xov. 21. Dr. Luis
Ferguson had his hands badly burned
while preparing remedies, due to the
the Arizona horticultural commission
adopting a resolution excluding citrus
stock, cape Jessamine, privets, china
and Texas umbrella trees from points
infected with the white fly.
in The Herald Building runs nights and Sundays as well as in
regular office hours.
THE JAMTOR SERVICE
in The Herald Building is the most efficient in El Paso.
at the very heart of the business center, where every car goes
bv the door.
have the highest ceilings in town, and are bright and airy,
thoroughlv Avarmed by team in winter.
as low a consistent aa ith the highest standards of service.
TIE FOOTBALL GAME.
The Nevada Athletic club played the
ML Sinai Boys' club a game of football
Saturday and the game was a tie. It
-as played on the .-ornsr of Santa te
and Rio Grande streots.
DO NOT SUFFER
For thirty years I suffered with a
combination of eczema and tetter. I
had some of the best doctors in the
country to treat me, but it was of no
aA-ail. I recently used my last bottle
of "Imperial Remedy" and it has effect
ed a complete cure signed: TVm. H.
P.lake. 1S07 Capitol A'e., Houston,
"Imperial Remedy" is a clean liquid
preparation. Instantly relieA-es . the
itching pains, penetrates the skm to
the root of the trouble. Drives the
germs out and purifies the diseased
parts. Has been prescribed by some
of the leading physicians for more than
25 years In the southern states. Do
not suffer; go to the nearest drug store
and get a bottle. Price $1. If the
druggist cannot supply you mail us the
price and we will send you a bottle bv
prepaid express. Imperial Medicine Co'
ing becoming ignited. Dr. Piatt, from
Safford, came and dressed Dr. Fer
H. "W. Bishop has given to the
Thatcher Academy library 113 -olumes.
The gift included historical, scientific,
traAel and fiction works.
In every community, there are those
who have been benefitted by Cardui.
Ha'e you tried it? If not, do so, to
be here to talk paving before the cits'
council at the next meeting.
After smoldering for two days, fire
broke out again in the Gojdring store
on Congress street and did further
JRFB POLITICO PUTS STOP
TO SATIRDAY NIGHT DANCES
Vera Cruz, Mex., Nov. 21. Owing to
a number of killings which haA'e oc
curred at dances in the reserved dis
trict here, the Jefe politico has forbid
den the holding of the Saturday night
dances In the future.
I REVOLVING PAVING FUND
SPENT AND S1G,000 ON HAND
The revolving paA-ing fund of $200,-
000, Avhich Avas -oted bj- the city for
I the paA-ing of streets, has ben used in
settlement of work amounting to $365,
000 and there is now a balance in the
treasure of $16,000. In addition. $70,
000 is due from property owners for
paving work already finished.
CONVICT 3IAN ON CHARGE
OF SPENDING .AIOEY WRONG
Tucson. Ariz., Nov. 21. Charles
Pogue was convicted in the district
court here on a charge of securing $120
to buy lumber to build a house on con
tract and having spent the money for
THREE GO TO ASYLUM.
Tombstone, Ariz.. Nov. 21. Felipe
Lopez, "W. H. Cundiff and Marco Marko
'Ich were committed to the insane asy
lum here by probate judge Goodbody.
Cundiff is the Kentuckian avIio Aas
taken from the S. P. train at Benson
last week, after becoming A-iolent.
AVILL OPERATE SAAV AIILL.
Alto, N. M., Nov. 21. Will Slack, of
Holloway, N. M is here to take charge
of the saw mill and will begin sawing
George Hagee and Charles Burrell
are camped on the Gavilan, N. M., trap
ping for wild animals, and are Aery
TV. H. Lane, who has been sick the
past week, Is afble to be in the store
and postoffice attending to his duties
RAND TO TALK PAVING.
Tucson, Ariz, No. 21. W. J. Rand,
of the Texas Bitulithic company, will
Pay You Tic for Chestnuts
ALL YOU CAN GATHER
Xo difference how worn or worm-eaten they are or how long they have
been laying around. We have succeeded in making arrangements with, the
lldiSon factory wliereby you can turn in your old Edison Records in ex
BRAND NEW EDISON RECORDS
"rite us for our '"Specially Prepared Catalogue," showing a list of 500
Records, Aery carefully selected, and which include some of the most pop
ular selections, A-ocal and instrumental.
Remember, we allow you 7 l-2c each for your old Edison Records, no
matter Avhat their condition, so they are not broken or cracked.
SOC'T A I We are prepared to give FREE to every Edison
Jl H isJL.rJL- owner either six- four-niinute or nine-two-mimite
Records, as they may select.
Don't fail to ask us about this.
W. G. Walz Company
TALKING MACHINE WAREROOMS
103 EL PASO ST.
GETS REMODELING CONTRACT.
J. C. Worthington has been awarded i
the contract for the remodeling of the
remainder of the Howard, Rankin and
O'Fallen building, on Overland street.
The east part of the building will be
remodeled and converted Into five store
INDIANS ON TRIAL.
Globe, Ariz., Nov. 21. Juan Walter
and Harry Jose are being tried in tho
district court here on a charge of kill
ing Rex Chiquito last July. All of the
principals are indians.
ELKS' CLUB ROBBED.
Phoenix, Ariz., Now 21. Burglars en
tered the Elks club here, searched all
the rooms and got away with between
?50 and $75 from the cash box-
BONI SPREADS REPORT
AND BORROAVS MONEY.
Paris, France. Nov. 21. Following
announcement that Boni de Castcllane,
former husband of Anna Gouid, is to
wed an American heiress, lie has been
able to borrow ?100,000 from money
lenders. It is believed he had the re
port started for this purpose.
SUFFRAGISTS WOULD STOP
SMOKING AT THE POLLS.
Seattle, Wash.. Nov. 21 The suffra
gists haA'ing won in the late election
are now preparing to get a law passed
prohibiting smoking at the polls.
CHARGED WITH SEDUCTION.
Clifton Farrer, a negro, Avas arrested
by detective George Harold Saturday
mornlng and a charge of seduet:i-n
docketed against him at the police station.
THREE CHARGED WITH THEFT
Teresa Sanchez and Antonio Salinai
were arrested by the police and a
chanre of theft under $5Q docketed
against them at tne police station Sat
urdav morning. It being alleged that
they had taken a bolt of goods, found
in their possession, from the Popular
store. J. M. Madrid is held on a simi
lar charge, it being alleged that he tooit
a pair of shoes from a South El Paso
ON DISORDERLY CHARGE.
Under the name of John Doe (Amer
ican) H. Mebus, a former fireman, was
arrested by police sergeant I. N. Davis
Saturday morning and charges of
drunkenness, disturbing the peace and
resisting arrest dockeTed against him.
It Is changed that wfep i '.scjng c
Buckler urimg on XI -; ,. avenue he
got Into r mixun Avlth a Mexican work