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Friday, December 30, 1910. 3
Reduce
Your Grocery
22 pounds best Granu
lated Sugar for
$1.00
If purchased with $5.00
worth of other groceries
or fresh meat.
TTe undersell every oth
er El Paso grocery and
meat market.
Gem Grocery
and Meat Market
Cor. Wyoming and Campbell
Bell 707 Auto 2301
BECOBD, LOWERED
FLYING 1LF
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Ample Facilities
Are ours for supplying your wants in office
furniture. Any style of Desk, Table or Chair
and Office Suits in matched effects can be se
lected from our stock. Also, a fine line of floor
coverings appropriate and serviceable for of
fices. Inspection cordially invited.
Hoyt Furniture Co.
109-111-113 San Francisco Street
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'Speedy Twoyearold Runs
Six .Furlongs in 1:11 1-5 .
Thursday.
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In the running of the Dos Repub-
licas stakes, the fourth event on the
ird at the Juarez track Thursday,
Hying "Wolf ran the six furlongs In
11:11 1-5, lowering the track record by
three-fifths of a second and coming
iwithin one-fifth of the -world's record
leld by Chapultepec and Prince
fAhmed.
There, were but two other horses in
the race. Hound the "World and Isettie
Marchmont, both speedy ones. Hound
the "World was the favorite in the bet
ting and went to the barrier strong.
The trio started off well with all
heads even and kept abreast half way
round. At the head of the stretch Net
ftie Marchmont retired behind her com
petitors.
Down the home stretch, racing like
mad, Flying "Wolf and Hound the
"World tore up the ground, and it was
fa. test of endurance between the .two
thoroughbreds in which Flying "Wolf
made the fastest time ever recorded by
a 2yearold. "Murphy, the negro jockey,
rode her to the finish line and still
maintains his position at the head of
the Juarez jockeys this season.
in a Juarez Track Product.
Flying "Wolf, owned by L E. Clark,
is a product of the Juarez track, having
9 to 2, won; Round the "World, 120
(McGee) 7 to 10, second; Nettie "March- Smelter league, the "Byles and the Pcr-
mont, 103 (Moles worth) 9 to 5. third.
Time, 1:111-5.
Fifth race Six furlongs, selling,
3yearolds and up, value to first 300.
Sainfox, 105 (Molesworth) 10 to 1,
won; Florence A., 105 (Rice) 6 to 1,
second; Preen, 106 (Reynolds) 5 to 2,
other two contests, which were in tho
made his first appearance there last third. Time, 1:13. Tou "Win, Cotytto,
year as the strongest competitor to
Frank Mullen In the colt class.
Aragonese who was backed at 10 to
1 took Jhe first event of the afternoon
by five lengths from Loween.
Molesworth scored his first win of
the day on Shamrock in the second
race when he outran the field the en
tire distance.
In the next race Molesworth again
scored a victory by bringing Marian
Casey, quoted at 10 to 1, home first in
the field of eight starters, leaving I
M. Eckert and Pedro behind.
"Wins Third Race.
Once again Molesworth won in the
fifth race when Sainfox in a brilliant
race defeated Florence A. and Preen.
The mare occupied fourth position un
til the turn for home -when she gallop
ed ahead of the the field and never
stopped until she reached the wire.
Molesworth was certainly the star of
the day for he scored his fourth win
in the sixth race when he brought in
Kopek ahead of Ramon Corona and
Fred Mulholland, showing good horse
manship by drawing back until the
homestretch.
The Summaries.
First race Five and one-half fur
Antigo, Silk, Bitter Sir. I,aveno. Peri
winkle, Dykers ran.
Sixth race One and one-sixteenth
miles, selling, 3 yearolds and up, value
to first $300. Kopek, 107 (Molesworth)
10 to 1, won; Ramon Corona, 104 (Rice)
G to 1, seebnd; Fred Mulholland, 107
(McGee) 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:46 1-5.
Short Order, Noon ran.
STIM. ANOTHER "HOPE OF TUB
"WHITE RACE" MAKES GOOD FIGHT
Tacoma, "Wash., Dec 30. Jack Les
ter, of Tacoma, managed by exheavy
weight champion Tommy Burns and
regarded as one of the most promis
ing "hopes of the white race," knocked
out Ed Hagen. of Seattle, in the ninth
round of a 10 round bout here last
night. "With both men fighting strong,
Lester caught Hagen with a right up
percut on the jaw while coming out of
a clinch and t?e contest was over. Les
ter used a shift copied from Burns and
a vicious uppercut. He weighed 175
pounds and Hagen 196. Burns later
announced that he was satisfied with
Lester's showing.
"I will next match Lester with Pete
Muldoon of Seattle," said Burns, and
if he wins- I will then pit him against
raults were the victors over the Bate
mans and the "Woodburys.
The score:
American, League.
Broncs ,
Mueller 1 135
De Bruhl 144
Calisher 157
"Walker 171
Henry 148
121
143
131
101
138
135
131
154
180
167
391
418
442
452
453
755 634 -767 215C
Go Easy Forfeited.
Points -won Broncs, 4.
Smelter League.
Byles
Easter 177 164
Capron 143 134
Byles ...". 135 125
166
179
132
507
456
392
455 423 477 1355
Bateman
Eaton 135
Smith j, 126
Biateman 135
163
96
193
142
99
168
440
321
496
..t .v,v. . u vc-ua j.ni.-jl ne --ms- j. -re-m tnen pit him against
longs, selling, 2yearolds, value to first j Denver Ed Martin to find out just how
522o. Aragnese. 3o (Allen) 10 to 1. 1 much he knows."
"COMING IN"
i is what we ask all lovers of prime roasts
1 and chops to do in a word ,,
BEGES" THE HEW YEAR BY BUYING
MEAT HERE.
j When you J'come in" and get beef or
mutton, It's the Mnd&that can le de-
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, pended onj, and thai brings yqu back.
try us.
Special-Prices for Saturday
Only x ,
LAMB LEGS, - , 1 Of9
per pound j... li2C
IAMB CHOPS, 1 j
per pound r IOC
LAMB STEW, j-
per pound . OC
LAMB SHOULDER,
per pound
PRDEE REBJROAST, i
per pound ' J
LOIX STEAK,
per pound . . .-
RUMP ROAST,
per pound
CHUCK STEAK OR ROAST,
3 pounds for
RIB BOILING MEAT,
per pound
PORK SHOULDER ROAST,
per pound . . -
TEAL SHOULDER ROAST,
per pound T-. . t
VEAL STEW,
per pound
A FEW LIVE AND DRESSED TUR
KEYS FOR NEW YEAR'S
CHOICE LIVE HENS AND SPRINGS
DRESSED TO ORDER.
J2
won; ixiween, 1U4, (Kice) 4 to 1, sec
ond; Juarez, 107 (McGee) 15 to 1, third, j
-i-iiiit, J..U.I.. JCil dCLSM. UUIJL UO V1U.
(Little Friar, Beechmont, Stalwart Lad,
Coed, Trafalgar ran.
Second race Five and one-half fur
longs, purse, maiden Syearolds and up,
value to first $225. Shamrock. 107
(Molesworth) 9 to 2, won; Heart's Re
lief, 112 (Murphy) 9 to 2, second;
Pilain, 110 (Wilson) 11 to 10, third.
Time, 1:07. Master Clarence, Person
ality, Administer, Stella ran.
Third race Six rurlongs, selling.
, 3yearolds and up, value to first $300.
Marian Casey. 110 (Molesworth) 10 to
1. won; L. M. Eckert, 110 (Rice) S to
1. second; Pedro, 110 (Van Dusen) 8 to
1, third. Time, 1:13 3-5. Dennis Staf
ford, Hidden Hand, Hannis, Gene
"Wood. Joe Ehrich ran.
Fourth race Six furlongs, Dos Re
publicas stakes, 2yearolds, value to
firstj?865. Flying Wolf, 106 (Murphy)
...8c
22C
15c
"PORKT" FLYXX MATCHED'
FOR FIGHT AT BOSTON
Syracuse. "N. T., Dec 30.
396 452 409 1257
Margin 98.
Points won Byles 3; Bateman 1.
Perrault '
Perrault .-vr. .'163 177 156 496
Vande Moer . .::C...136 118' 167 421
Johnson 143 143 143 429
442 43S 466 1346
Woodburys
Wilkinson 10S
Ehler 117
Woodbury ' 140
131
S6
154
176
147
153
415
350
Ail
Flynn, of Boston, has been substituted
for Al Kubiak, of Pittsburg, as the
opponent for Con O'Kelly here January
17. Carl Morris, the Oklahoma "hope,"
was offered a match here with O'Kelly
but refused.
Miles McLeod also declined to meet
him.
365 371 476 1212
Margin 134.
Points won Perrault 3 Woodbury 1.
TTI crVi immfl Pflrrnillf ITT TlitvVi tnfol
"Porky" j Perraul 496. ' '
fTTHE last After Supper Sale of 1910 ! 'Twill be a fitting finale to a wonder
- fully bus3r year. Each Saturday night has found the crowds greater un
til the capacity of this store is taxed to its utmost. Each week finds more
people looking forward to this event, eager to share in the splendid offerings.
And now, tomorrow night, from seven to nine, a dozen oir more items, each
one worthy of this sale, will be offered at our unmatchable After Supper Sale
prices.
Manufacturers5 Samples of Hosiery
Styles Worth 25c for 14c
'Fifty dozen pairs of women's hose, a manufactur
er's sample line, will be one of the big attractions
of this sale. They're extra quality cotton and-lisle
finish, in black, tans, browns and other colors, in a
quality regularly sold for 25c a pair.- At this very
special price we limit each customer to
three pairs. A pair :.
Veiour Sofa Pillows
. $1.25 Values 69c
14c
Men's Sox 1 14c
Manufacturers' sample line of
men's sox, nearly twenty-five
dozen pairs, of plain black, col
ored and fancy cotton and lisle
finish. A quality regularly
sold for 25c a pair. Each cus
tomer limited to three pairs at
the special price, '
14c a Pair
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Friday Xiprht.
Bankers vs. Independents.
State Xati.onal vs. Tigers.
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BOWLING.
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Three games were scheduled for the
Cactus club alleys Thursday, but only
two were played, the Go Easys forfeit
ing their game to the Broncs, In the
PRIXCETOX WIXS FROM YALE.
Cleveland, O., Dec. 30. Princeton
won the deciding game from Tale last
night in their series of three hockey
matches here 4 to 3. At the close of
the regular -period of play, the teams
were tied. McKinrey shot a goal for
Princeton In the extra period.
Framed Pictures
$2.75 Values for 49c
Good quality sofa pillows with cover Landscapes, animals and a variety of
of extra quality veiour, made with other , subjects in handsome gilt and
sateen back, ready to use. Yery medallion frames, 18x18, 18x24 and
handsome designs and richly colored. 24x24 inch- sizes. Pictures worth
regularlv up to 2.70, on sale a r l
in -the basement, each t " J
(Limit one)
Pillows worth regularly
$1.25, specially priced. .
(Eimit one)
69c
RUBBER GLOVES
Extra quality pure rubber
seamless gloves. Keep the
hands soft and smooth. Our
regular dollar quality, on
sale from 7 to 9 oclock
38c a Pair
(Limit one pair)
Centers, Doylies, Tray and
Lunch Cloths
Special lot of small linens which have become a
trifle soiled and mussed in handling, consisting
of plain and damask center pieces, lunch cloths,
tray cloths and doylies. Hemstitched, fringed.
and. embroidered pieces, worth, reg
ularly up to 40c, each
(Limit-two pieces)
12Jzc
MUFFLERS " r
Knit mufflers of best qual
ity mercerized yarns, dancy
knit, with snap button. In
black and. a. big variety of
colors. Regular 35c style
IZc Each
(Limit two)
Store Will Be Closed All Day Monday
XEYT RECORD AT OAIvLAXD.
Oakland, CaL, Dec 30. Terns Trick
established a new world's record for
five furlongs at Emeryville yesterday,
running the distance In 5S seconds. The
previous mark was 58 3-5, made by
Tomorrow Begins Our Semi-Annual
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25c
..5fe
15c
15c
10c
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J. C. Peyton's
Market , N
114 K Stanton S ' '
BOTH PHONES. PROMPT SERVICE.
A Veritable Bargain Cpngress will he in session,
during which time we urge, upon those with a
"SOUND SAVING SENSE" to hasten before it ad
journs. Detailed announcements latex N
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HOME OF LOW PRICE-.
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Men's Coat Sweatx
ers on Sale all -Day
Saturday
Coat sweaters made of
good quality yams, plain
ribbed and fancy knit.
A good, heavy, warm
garment in grey, tan and
a variety of color com
binations. All sizes are
included in this special
lot. Eegular dollar qual
ity, on sale all m q
day, each 5f"
Odds and Ends of
Womenjs
$3.50 SHOES $1.95
All broken lines and odds and ends
of our special quality $3.50 shoes
will foe offered Saturday at -this
very low price. This lot contains
the remaining pairs ef many of
our "best styles, in patent and plain,
leathers, button and lace. While
some sizes are missing you have
a very fair range to choose from.
Regular $3.50 quali- '' QP
ties, odds and ends.. Pi qJO
MEN'S $5.00 SHOES $1.95
All remaining pairs of patent
leather shoes of the Florsheim.
make are priced this way tomor
row. The line of sizes is incom
plete, hut if you can get a. fit
you'll get the bargain, of a life
time. Formerly sold - Ag
for $5.00 ." J!7D
Saturday Sale in the Boys' Department
THE Saturday sales in this department lessen the cost of dressing the
boy. This week good suits are sharply reduced in price, also many oth
er things for the boy to w.ear. "Popular" qualities have no equal.
$5.00 SUITS FOR $3.89
Suits for boys of six to sixteen years of age, made
stylishly, of good woolen suitings. Some styles with
one. others with two pairs of knickgr- d0 OQ
bockers. Regular $5.00 styles pO.OS
$7.00 SUITS FOR $4.89
School and dress suits for boys of five to seventeen
years of age. - Xobby new styles with one or two
pairs of knickerbockers. Well made of good all wool
materials, with the best of linings. A ftQ
Regular $7.00 styles Pf02J
$6.89
$9.00 SUITS FOR $6.89
Dressy suits for boys of six to seventeen years' per
fect fitting and stylish, manv of them made by Ivan
Frank. Suits in. this lot are well tailored and will
retain their shape. ITade of the best all
wool suitings. Regular $9.00 styles
$1.50 SWEATERS 98c
Boys' coat sweaters, -knit, of extra quality woolen
yarns, finished with pearl buttons and have two
pockets. In grey and other colors; QQ
$1.50 values .... OC
Good quality cotton worsted coat sweaters
65c values .....
42c
Reduced Prices
Reduced Prices
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Millinery M ifjpyypypMrf
Suits & Dresses
Jack Nunnally at the same track Dec
3, 1907. The event won by Terns Trick
was the Candelaria handicap in which
some of he fastest sprinters on the
coast met. Pride of Lismore ruled
favorite. Garner won his 200th race
this year.
FOOTBALL ENDORSED.
New York, Dec 30. Football as
played last season received the en
dorsement of the Intercollegiate Ath
letic association last nighty 'at its- an
nual meeting.
The association was instrumental in
bringing about a drastic revision of
'rules, and with the adoption of the
report presented by its committee on
football rules, went on record- as well
pleased with the results.
HURST TO FIGHT MACFARLAM).
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 30. Match
maker Jimmy Hurst, of the Grand
Avenue Athletic club has signed PackyJ
MncFarland, of Chicago, and Johnny
McCarthy, of San Francisco, to fight
10 rounds here on the night of Janu
ary 9. The fighters will weigh in at
135 pounds at 3 oclock in the afternoon.
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The Havana filler gives these cigars
their rich aroma and the blending is
what makes them so mild. That's
why they are preferred by the most
critical smokers.
PLATTER TOBACCO CO., Distributors,
Dallas and San Antonio.
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