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EL PASO HERALD
8 Friday. December -9, 1910.
FIFTY TD ONE SHOT
WINNER OF HE
Colinet Proves Surprise of
the Day at Juarez Race
Colinet. first time out and with the
odds standing at 50 to 1 against his
winning, came -with a burst of speed at
the end of the third race Thursday
and won from Napa Nick and the oth
ers. This was the longest shot winner
of the meeting and was a small-sized
clean up for the new horse's hackers.
Colinet was ridden by jockey J. Allen,
who was also making his first appear
ance at Terrazas park, and his riding
was as much a surprise as that of his
mount. Colinet was away last and al
lowed the other horses to outrun him
in the early stages. Napa Nick went
awav- at the barrier and was making a
getaway with the race when the new
comer loosened up and overtook him.
Benschoten rode Napa Nick for all he
was worth, but the Bradley horse went
right ahead and beat out the leader
by a length. The pace was too swift
for Tom McGrath and the others.
Dorante Wins Easily.
Dorante, carrying 116 pounds, won
the Moctezuma selling stakes from a
field of four. Dorante was ridden by
J. Murphy, who set him out in front
and kept him there.
Lady Tend! and Jim Mc. had the first
race all for their own. It was a 2year
old maiden race and Lady Tend! went
all the distance alone, because there
was no one in It able to catch her. Jim
Mc. ran an easy second, but was never
able to overtake the Lady, and they
finished in first and second, ahead of
the rest by two lengths.
Easy Money for Dr. Smeot.
The second was, another easy money
one for Dr. Smoot, who went in front
at the start and was never headed. The
Pippin 'failed to run true, to the name
andtcould not catch the Doptor at any
of the posts. Cathryn Scott showed
lots of early speed, but could not get
up with the leaders
Rue. ridden by Mojesworfh, allowed
the others to set the pace fn the fifth
race, coming out strong for a winning
at the stretch. Mockler surprised the
crowd by showing all kinds pf speed at
the finish of this race and was easily
aecond best. Ilzle set the early pace
and was tired out when the tjme came
for the final move.
Hannis Sets th. Pace.
Hannis ran the gaipest race of the
day In the final, a one mile selling race
for 3yearolds and up. Hannis set the
pace all the way around- the track, ap
peared conquered, at the stretch by
Peer, but ' took a lot of punishment
from his boy and finished a head to
the good. Fred Mulholland was badly
ridden in the first part of the race, but
came up in the stretch as If going after
the leaders. But the bad riding told
on him and he could not get up.
First race, .five furlongs purse,
maiden 2yearolds, value to first ?225
Lady Tendi. 112 (S. Smith), 9 to 1.
won; Jim Mc, 112 (Donvit), 50 to 1,
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Prime rib roast, per lb 12 l-2c
Loin steak, per lb 15c-
T-bone steak, per lb - -. . . . 15c
Eunip roast, per lb. - ' 10
Shoulder roast, per lb 8c
Boiling meat, per lb . 6c
Pure Home Eendered lard ' - .17l-2c
HOME MADE SAUSAGE
POULTRY ALIVE AND DRESSED
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The Selection of
Gifts Will be Made
second: Red Lass, 112. (Benschoten), 9
to 2, third. Time, 1:01 3-5. FreoTEssen,
Texan, Beach Sand, Owenita, Morado.
Coed, Veno, Trafalgar, ran.
Second race, five furlongs, purse,
3yearolds and up. value to first 225
Dr. ,Smoot, 105 (Murphy), 6 to 5, won:
The Pippin, 110 (Ganz), 9 to 5 second;
Cathryn Scott,-108 (S. Smith), 30 to 1,
third. Time, 1:00 2-5. Perwinkle, Grace
Golden, Pannell, Invergarry, ran.
Third race, six furlongs, selling,
Syearolds and up, value to first $300
Colinet, 102 (J. Allen), 50 to 1, won:
Napa Nick, 100 (Benschoten), S to 5,
second: Tom McGrath, 105 (Ganz), 10
to 1, third. Time, 1:13 3-5. Jeanne
D'Arc, "Work Box, Lucky Mose, Marian
Casey, Charlie Rothchild, ran.
Fourth race, one mile, Moctezuma
selling stakes, 3yearolds and up, value
to first $900 Dorante, 116 (Murphy),
4 to 5, won: John Louis, 104 (Ganz),
5 -to 2, second; Pedro, 92 (Benschoten),
,5 to 1, third. Time, 1:39 2-5. Salian,
Fifth race, five and one-half fur
longs, selling, 2yearolds and up, value
to first $300 Rue, 111 (Molesworth),
3 to 1, won; Mockler, 106 (Ganz), 20
to 1, second; Ilzie, 105 (Murplry), 5 to
1, third. Time, 1:0S. Helen Scott, Ba
lella, Pit-a-Pat, Juarez, The Hague, ran.
Sixth race, one mile, .selling, 3year
olds and up, value to first $300 Han
nis, 103 (Reynolds), 4 to 1, won; The
Peer, 102 (Benschoten), 13 to 5, second;
Fred Mulholland. 107 (Murphy), even,
third. Time, 1:41 1-5.. Bon Ton, ran.
FOR EAGER Jr.VREK SPORTS.
Pari-mutual betting machines are to
be established In the grandstand of the
Juarez race track, as a further means
of separating persons from their mon
ey. They will be operated separately
and will have nothing In common with
the bookmakers in the betting ring.
AD WOLGAST TO FIGHT
WHEX BROKBX ARM HEALS.
Cadillac, Mich., Dec S. Tom Jones,
manager of Ad Wolgast, held a confer
ence v ith the cham Jon and a physi
cian. The physician took an X-Ray
picture of Wolgast's injured arm. This
showed that the break, a few inches
above the wrist, was knitting.
When Jones emerged from the office
"Ad is not going to fight anyone be
fore the latter part of March. That is
certain. Ten chances to mc, he v ill not
fight before May. His arm is nealinsr
nicely, bat the dan:cur of another bieak
is to be feared. We have go't to lay
down now, but when Ad's arm is better
we will meet them all."
We are retiring
entire stock must
227 San Antonio
only strikeout, and then finished vith
a highest total of 555.
Play in the American league brought
a victory for the Real Estate team over
the State rationals. The margin was
33 pins. Ronan made both games at
195 and total' at 524.
Lackland scored a strikeout. Friday
night the Terrazas park bowling teams
league will hold forth. Thursday's
Wilkinson 186 153
Ehler ....... ......129 96
Woodbury, 13S 19S
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Shoes all leathers
Worth up to $3.00 Pair
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1.134 114 97 -o,
344 406 413 1163
173 179 203 55a
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.160 152 132 444
MEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS
All styles from $1.00 to $2.50
This is a three day opportunity to
save some Christmas money.
KINNEY SHOE CO.
J. RACKAM, Jr., Mgr.
Smelter b'owlers niayd two matches
Thursday night -m Cacris alleys'. By
the margin of 114 pins, Woodburv's
team won from Perrault's. Woodbury
took' game at 19S and Johnson landed
total with. 46S. In the second match,
Byles's aggergation won over Bate
man's hy a 177 pin margin. Easter
took high game at 203 ana made an
Totals . . .
Bateman . .
.420 464 4S1 1365
.134 144 133 411
. 79 99 S7 265
H.75 179 158 512
Herms . .
Woods . .
.'.3SS 422 378 11SS
Totals .... ......772 690 725 2187
Bowling at the T. M. C. A. Thurs
day night between teams 5 and 1 of
the association league, resulted as fol
Team No. 5. Tl.
E A. Fruit 131 134 134 399
Dr Race 166 166 152 484
Mr Block 146 135 -124 405
Team No. 7.
Evans . .
..163 14S 167 478
...169 121 123 413
..149 157 -141 447
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Food cooked with hog lards, iand
compounds is so thickly coated with grease as to
give the gastric juices little chance to assimilate and
digest it. Cottolene contains no hog fat. It does not
coat the food with grease, and food cooked with it is
From the standpoint of health there is no com
parison between food cooked with Cottolene and food
cooked with lard. Lard is just hog hit Cottolene is a
vegetable prpduct of Nature.
Cottolene makes food which any
stomach can digest, and builds up
the tissues of the body.
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GA2KES TO BEGIN
In the Grammar School Athletic
league, Saturday, the basketball sched
ule "begins at 2 p. m. sharp in the T.
M. C. A. gym. The teams competing' to
morrow will be as follows:
First game San Jacinto vs. Aoy.
Second game Beall vs. Lamar, first.
Third game Lamar, second vs. Sun
set. Each tiiam is to play each other
Collegiate rules will govern all
games. The games are to be of 30 min
ute of play, divided into two 15 min
ute halves with-.a five minute intermis
sion. Eight men will be chosen from each
school to represent that school.
The G. S. A. L. button will admit to
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WHITE FIRESrAX TOUTED
AS COXQTUERER OF JOHXSON
Sapulpa, Okla Dec. 9. Carl Mor
ris, of this city, who is touted as the
logical candidate for Jack Johnson's
heavyweight laurels, -will meet Mar
vin Hart, of Louisville, in a 15 round
bout here December 20.
Morris has been fighting less than
three months. He formerly was a rail
road fireman. "When he began to train
he weighed more than 300 pounds. Pie
now scales about 240. In all his fights
he has won by the knockout route. His
best blow is a right swing, which, it is
said travels with great speed and car
ries a hard punch.
Eaymond Teal Musical
30 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS 30
Thursday, Friday. Saturday and
"That College Boy"
Evening performance 8 :15
Mat. Saturday .2:30
Evening prices f 25c, 35c
2ilatir.ee prices 10c, 20c
Seats on sale, Evan's Drug Store.
Phone, Bell 60S-629
Bills Change Thursday. Monday.
By request we will republish in Sat
urdays' paper oar "How to Prevent Hav
ing Consumption and Cancers," with
I quotations added from President Von
j Czerny's inaugural address at the Inter
j national Conference for the Study of
Cancers, at Pans, m Uctober, irom iSew
York Medical Record, Dec 3rd, which
verifies our ideas of cancers and. shows
! ihe- inability of medical doctors to cope
with it and consumption, or any other
i disease, which all increase under their
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Good Automobile Tires -at
Fine, dnrable tires, made by as ladepaa
dent rubber company. GiTe ezcdleat serrlee
and saTe you about 60 per cent of tire cost.
Notice the foHowIns lovr prices: 2&c3 $12.60,
30xS $13.75. 28x3 $15.85. 30x3 $17.80,
32x3- S18.90. 34x315 $19.60, 30x4 $21.70,
31x4 $22.70. 32x4 $23.80, 33x4 $24.75, 34x4
$26.80. 3Gx4 $23.30. 34x4 $31.70. 36x4
$33.20, 3Gx5 $36.40. Dunlop 15 per cent
abore these prices. Fine inner robes 15 per
cent less than regular standard list. Goods
sent anywhere C. O. D., allewlsg examina
tion. Five per cent discount If cssfc accom
panies order. Telegraph orders promptly
filled. Stats, definitely style bead desired.
Money refunded if unsatisfactory. GlTe thea
a. trial and you'll order more.
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MATTIOE-BUSH CO. ;
Foryoiir heating andplumb-!
iiig estimates. Our Repair
service is prompt and re-
liable. 109 N. Campbell.
i Bell 956; Auto 2356 l
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mQl and office, 1200 Mo. St.
Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win
dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank,
Store and Office Fixtures.
Try Herald Want Ads.
BICYCLISTS ARE XOT
UP TO RECORD TIME.
New York, X. T.. Dec 9. Eight
teams, one of them the new Rutt-Clark
combination, remain in the six day race.
At the 94th hour the score was: Root
MoVan. Mitten-Thomas Fogler-Hill,
Collins-Drobach, Hehir-Goullet, 1763'
miles and two laps: Cameron-Halstead;
West-Demara, 17C9 miles and one lap;
Rutt-Clark, 1769 miles.
The record for the 94th hour is 18C1
miles and three laps .made by Wal J
thour and Collins in 1909.
PRIZE FIGIITER BREAKS
HIS ARM AT TACOMA
Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 9. Jack Tip
petts, of Peoria, 111., last night lost his
match with Slick Merrill, of Clcelum.
for the middleweight championship of
tht- northwest, when he broke his arm
"toward the end of the second round.
Tippetts broke a bone in his forearm
when Merrill blocked a swing with his
AT THE RACE TRACKS.
Oakland, Cal., Dec. 9. Favorites
fared poorly in the heavy going that
prevailed at Emeryville Thursday. Roy
Junior was the surprise in the Yellow
Tail handicap, winning from Araseo
and Big Stick. Metropolitan, the first
choice, did not display his usual good
Jacksonville, Fla.. Dec 9. Master
Robert showed another good perform
ance when he won the fourth race, tho
best event of a good card yesterday
afternoon. He was held at the prohibi
tive odds of 1 to 3, and justified the
confidence of his backers by coming
fast in the stretch.
.Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 9. New Star,
backed from 6 to 1 to 8 to 5, barely
missed landing a, big coup for his con
nections when he succumbed in the last
Stride of the fifth race to Lady Maxim.
It is barely possible that if he had won
he would not have been given the purse,
as his rider, McCloskey. was guilty
of fouling Ike Cohen. The judges sus
pended him five days for this.
Virginia and the
Carolinas are renowned
for their tobaccos and it is a
blend of these fragrant leaves
that gives Old Mill their ex
quisite flavor. You prefer Wheat
Straw paper in rolling your own cig-rettes--that's
the way we make them.
Fragrant and Mild
Texas League baseball pictures and
a valuable coupon in each package
Old Mill Cigarettes are packed in
RACE HORSES BURN.
1 St. Joseph, Mjo., Dec. 9. Eleven
valuable race horses, eight tho prop-
erty of I. C. McKarger, of St. Joseph.
, were burned to death last night and
Itwo others so badly injured that they
will hare to be killed. "Tile loss is es
timated at $35,000.
Hot Chocoiate with wnipped cream
' and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.