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THE CITY LEAGUE I II il Is- hi OYT FURNITURE CO Interesting Games of Basket Ball Are Played at the Y. M. C. A. Leading the league with a perfect score, the- High school basketball team is making a record for itself In the City BasketfeaTl league. The High school five defeated the Y. M. C. A. Blues Sat urday night in the regular Saturday Clean Sweep Sale Our Removal Sale began last -week and the discounts have been "well taken ad vantage of on our high grade Furniture. You don't often have an opportunity to Buy these goods at the prices we are offering them at in this sale, but we have got to move this month and the more we dispose of the less we will have to handle - The Saving in Money is your part and the reduction in price will last till the day we start to move. " Take advantage of it get the best and save money j night game by the score of 45 to 14. MPANYI H & M S IT 1 Tne students threw 2Z field goals dur ing their game and the team work was fast and the basket throwing ac curate during the entire game. The second game was won by the Y. M.'C. A. Reds from the Southwestern shops. The Reds, who are the closest contenders for the honors with the High school won from the mechanics by the score of 39 to 22. Both games were cleverly played and exciting through out. Because the 19th infantry wMl leave for the Philippines on February 1st, the Fort Bliss team has resigned from the city league and Its place has been taken by a second High school -team. This makes two Y. M. C. A. and two High schol teams dn the league now. The standing of the teams in the league after the double header follows: Team P. "W. T.. PC. &. Biggest Sale of the Season YT L Servile Goes a Mile in, 1:38. 3sTew Record for Sx 'Furlongs. Three of the sis traclsL records were broken at the Juarez track Sunday. Ocean Queen established a new record for the six furlongs by running it In 1-12, which is 1-5 of a second better than dhe fastest time yet made for this distance. Servile lowered, the mile rec ord in the overnight handicap by mak ing it in 1:38, whichl&s 1 3-5 seconds better than the record. Tie Hidalgo selling stakes, which was run fourth, developed another record breaker In Richard Reed, who went the five fur longs in :59 2-5, which also clipped a fifth of a swond from the track record. Two Feature Events. Two feature events were offered Sun day by racing secretary Lyman 'H. Da vis. The first one was the overnight handicap for one mile which was won oy Servile witti Black Hate second and TTander third. The Hidalgo selling stakes was the fourth race on the pro gram and one of the long string of fea ture events which opened with ithe Chi huahua handicap on the inaugural day and included the Navidad. and Nuevo Ano handicaps. The Hidalgo stakes were won by Richard Reed, a new Bedwell entry ridden by the negro Austin- Jolly wassecond and Eliza beth Harwood third. Pajorita was coupled in the betting with the winner, i which went to the post a 94to 10 favor ite, but Pajorita finished back in the also ran division. The Summaries. First Tace, selling, 4 year olds and upwards, purse $300, 7 furlongs Hima laya, 117 (Rice) won; Margaret Ran dolph (112) (Gaugel) second; "Virginia. X.indsay, 107 (Ramsey) third. Time, 1:26 3-5. Gladys Xouise. Rubiola, Land lord, R. Q. Smith, Bitter Hand, Bill Bramble, Judge Sliortall, Rickey, also ran. Second. j;ace, selling, 4 year olds and upward, purse 300, 6 furlongs Ocean Queen, 105 (Garner) won; Lomond, 10S (Benscoten) second; Fireball 107 (Hc Cahey) third. Time 1:12. Gerryman der. Kopek, Sabado, John E. ZVIcMillan, Red Era, also ran. Third race, handicap, 4 year olds and upward, purse 300, 1 mile Servile, 100 (Burlingame) won; Black Mate, 112 (B. "Wdlson) second; "Wander, 95 (McCahey) third. Time 1:38. -Lady Esther, Fantas tic, The "Wrestler, also ran. Fourth race, Hidalgo selling stakes. 3 year olds and upward, purse $1000, 5 furlongs Richard Reed, 106 (Austin) won: Jolly, 95 (McCahey) second'; Elizabeth Harwood, 9S (Quay) third. Time, :53 2-5. Col. Bob, Hannah Lou ise, Pajorita, Spooner, Al Muller, also ran. Fifth race, purse, 3 year olds and m H 0 SHATTERED ST Reduced Prices in our ArtDepart ment may interest you Framed Pictures, Bric-a-brac, Lamps and. Pottery 308 San Antonio St. CATALOG OK WHY Have your Electric fixtures, brass, beds,. silver ware and, in fact, anything made of metal, refmisbed and made like new at low prices. Satisfaction guar anteed. ' . Gold, silver, niclde, brass ,copper and bronze plating. Electric and Gas Fixtures r Designed and manufactured in any finish desired without extra cost for finish. THE STANDARD ELECTRIC CO. 307 Sontk Stanton St, FJioncs 19S2 and 9S2. FURNITURE COMPANY 109 to 113 San Francisco St. TING N 'WjQcJ i flF nRE j EJ6Him I Tommy Burns From the cave of gloom hfe bounces with. great gusto, and announces that he's weary of inaction and will soon invade the ring, and if none his message garbles he will scrap for chalk or marbles, heads of cabbage, jugs of cider any dizzy sort of thing. He is merely after honor; he would show he's not a goner, that he's just a weary martyr in the web of cir cumstance; that man Johnsing hypnotized him, which so baffled and sur prised him that he found he'd lost the battle ere he had a half chance. For another chance he's yearning, martial fire within him burning, and he'll lam the whole caboodle, separate or in a group; he will whip a whole con vention; for it is his firm intention to convince the press, and people that he isn't in the soup. We, the sports, will hold no grudge's; we are merely patient judges, who consider deeds more hefty than ambitions or desires, and it seems to us that Thomas would seem more a man of promise if he'd spend his few remaining years in licking Old Bill Squires. Copyright 1B09, D7 George Matthew Adams. upward, purse $300, 6 furlongs Char lie Hargrave, 112 Creevy) won: Lady Panchita, 102 (Ramsey) second; J. H. Houghton, 112 (Kennedy) third. Time, 1:13. Genova, Jam Brady, Sociable, Rustem, also ran. Sixth race, selling, 4 year olds and upward, purse J5300, 7 furlongs Car dinal Sarto, 114 (Hollister) won; Miss Prison, 109 (B. "Wilson) second; Brou gham, 111 (Small) third. Time, 1:2S. Coatcutter. Deuce, Captain Burnett, Ar- denia. Rej del Mundo, "VIncentio, Gresh-' nm. Gporcre Toune. Mamorean, also! , w. ran. JOCKEYS CALLED FOR ROUGH RIDING Boys Get Belated ISTew Tear Presents Better Crowd Saturday. The fair andT.Tvarmer signal on the El Paso REQUEST NOT NEWS By WALT MASON (huyjh 2XH7Vl weather bureau tower brought out a better crowd for the races Saturday than any day during- the cold week. It was warm in the sun and everyone made an effort to hover around the sunny side of the grand stand and in open space in front of the stand, where the sun would get in its warming work. The running was good and the efferings were all up to class, especially the over night handicap which was fourth on the program. The three furlong dash for 2yearolds was another interesting event as it brought out a colt which promises all kinds of performances when he Is in condition. Frank Mullens from the "Wood stables ' ran the distance in 0:34 1-5 and won pulled up. This ex cellent time for a colt going to the post for his second time and the Mullens youngster will be closely watched 4n the future. Jockeys Disciplined. Judge Shelly called a little session of the riding boys together and dis tributed a few belated. New Year's pres ents among some of the rough riders from the jockej- room. Strang and Pickens had their application for a new license revoked by the stewards ac- "Ing upon judge Shelly's suggestion. J. "Wilson was reprimanded for I1I3 rough tactics and his mounts restricted to his contract employer, C. S. "Wilson. Mondan drew a week on "the ground and a call ling down for his present and all of the boys "were driven to understand that no Chicago, 111., Jan. J.0. The "Western league produced 26 .300 hitters during the season of 1909, according to the of ficial figures issued by president Mor ris L. O'Neill here todaj TVelch, the hard hitting outfielder of Omaha, led j in batting vrith an average of .372 for iaj- games. .tie maue j.?d mts ior a total of 288 bases. Miller, of Pueblo, was second, with .367 for 87 games, and Mertens, of Des Moines, was third, with .363 for 14 games. Sioux City led In the team batting with the remarkable average of .285, and Omaha was close behind with .283. The Des Moines team, which won the championship by the narrow margin of two points, was tied for sixth with "Wichita in the team batting, at .260. Omaha led in team fielding with .948, and Sioux City was second with .952. The oliampion Des Moines was fourth with .948. Melter, of Sioux City, led the pitch ers in percentage of victories with seven games won and two lost, for .778. Olmstead, of Denver, is the real leader, IN! BATTERS IN THE 1 PER GENT GLASS IN WESTERN LEAGUE i more rough tactics would be tolerated on the track. The Summitries. First race, selling, -yearolds, purse $300, sis furlongs Delf, 109 (Rice) won; Good Intent, 102 (Qarner) second; Luke Gates, 104 (Austin) third. Time, 1:13 4-5. Camera, Tipster, C. W. Ken non, Virginia Edwards, Billy Bard also ran. Second race, selling, 4yearolds and up ward, purse $300, one mile Pedro. 102 (Garner) won; Ora Sudduth,.100 (Ram sey) second; Gunston. 107 (Creevy) third. Time, 1:41. Almena, Cull, "Whip Top, Miss Lida, The Slicker, HIacko, Mrs. Xugent, Knight Blase, Niblick also ran. Third race. 2yearold colts and geld ings, purse $300. three furlongs Frank Mullens, 10S (Hollister) won; Sterlin. 109 (Lowe) second; Folk, 105 (Kennedy) third. Time. 0:34 1-5. Gehtnicht, Out fielder, Sir Dawn, Captain Ned. also ran. Fourth race, handicap. 4yearolds and upward., purse $300, six furlongs Early Tide, 109 (Rice) won; Enfield, 113 (Gar ner) second; Goldflnn. 102 (McCahey) third. Time. 1:12 1-5. Marchmonet, Gyp-'sj- King, also ran. Fifth racej. selling, 4yearolds and up ward, purse $300, six furlongs Dred- Vin Iflfi rPipol -won- T.io-Vifr Trnfchf 1 flr fCin-mpr zarTinrf- "Vcta P.hrir-h 1 0fl (Molesworth) third. Time. 1:13. Vo hoome, Klamesha II.. Cotytto, Cheswar dine, Pelleas, also ran. Sixth race, selling, 4yearolds and up ward, purse $300. cne mile Lighthouse, 107 (McCahey) won: Acquia. 103 (Bens coten) second; Apologize, 103 (Ramsey) third. Time. 1:39 3-5. St. Kilda, Jolter, Ada O. Walker, Wolferton, Engraver, I also ran. RACIN& BESULTS. Oakland (Results. First race, five furlongs, purse J. H. Barr won. Metropolitan second, Pride of Lismore third. Time, 1:00 4-5. Second race, six furlongs, selling Dargin won. Nagazam second, Anna May third. Time. 1:13 2-5. ( Third race, mile, selling Dorothy L.edgett won, Mr. Bishop second, David TVarfield third. Time. 1:42. Fourth race, seven furlongs. Follans bee handicap Bubbling "Water won. Arasee second, Jeanette M. third. Time, 1:26. Fifth race, mile and 70 yards, selling Jim Gaffney won, John Louis second, Nadzu third. Time, 1:44 1-5. Sixth race, five and a half furlongs, purse Rosslare won. Binocular second, Port Mahone third. Time. 1:06. Tampa Results. First race, th'ree furlongs Oracle won. Ella Bryson second, Mrs. Carter third. Time. 0:35 3-5. Second race, five furlongs Harriet Howe won, Tannie second, Bob Ayres third. Time, 1:06 3-5. Third race, five furlongs Billy Hobbs won, Halifax second, John Garner third. Time. 1:05 2-5. Fourth race, six furlongs Warner Griswell won, Edwin L. second; Funda mental third. Time. 1:1S 2 5. Fifth race. 5 1-2 furlongs Bobby Cook won. Beth Goodwin second, Caesar third. TiP 1:12 1-5. Sixth race, one and one-eighth miles D&scomnets v.jii. van mi cctonn, Ived Hussar third. Time. 2:01. Jacksonville Results. First race, quorter of a mile, straight away Tallahassee won. Clay second, Lady Ormlcant third. Time, 0:23. Second race, five and a half furlongs Spellbound won, Chila second, Camel third. Time, 1:07. Third race, seven furlongs Hooray won, Roseboro second, Grande Dame third. Time 1:28 1-5. Fourth race, six furlongs, the Capitol handicap Lady Irma won. Charlie East man second, Booger Ked third. Time, 1:12 4-5. Fifth race, r mile Campaigner won, Cowen second, Pinte third. Time, 1:41 3-5. Sixth race, one and a quarter miles Oberon won, Elgin second, Billy Pull man third. Time, 2:08 2-5. with 24 games won and eight lost, for o0. Lange, of Des Moines, won 29 games and lost 12, for .707. Those of the league who batted over "V. WCr: Welch. Omaha; Miller, Pu eblo;; Mertens, Des Moines; Holmes, Sioux City; Reilly, Topeka; Towne, bioux City; Smith. Sioux City; Fenlon, ToEreka; Jones, Denver; Edmondson, Sioux City; Cole. -Wichita: Gardner, Pu eblo; Spencer, Pueblo; Thompson. Den ver; Kane, Omaha; Foutz, Puehlo; Clark, Pueblo: Landreth. Topeka; Dal ton. Des e Moines; Pettigrew, Topeka; Curtis, Pueblo; Hunter, Sioux Citj-. Those scoring .300 even were: Wal dron, Lincoln: McChesney, Pueblo; Lindsay, Denver; Thomason, Topeka. Standing of Clnbs at Close of Scaion. Clubs. -vv. Zu Pet. Des Moines 93 59 .612 Sioux City 94 60 .610 Omaha S4 6S .353 Topeka 76 73 .51c Wiohita 71 82 .464 Denver G9 82 - .457 Pueblo 5S 93 .384 Lincoln 61 89 .407 1000 .750 .660 .500 .333 .000 Inst 3 Shops 4 Fort 3 Blues 4 GOLEERS PREPARE FOR DOUGLAS TRIP All- But Three Members of Team Selected Round Robin Match. All but three of the El Paso golf team who will play the Douglas coun try club team, have been selected for the semi annual tournament at Doug las Sunday. The prospective trip to Arizona has stimulated the Country c&ib golf play ers and anumber were out playing Sunday. A number of the round robin matches were played during the day, the resulting scores putting the Houck team but 30 points ahead of the Leavell team. The total scores after the Sunday play were: Houck's team, 343; Leavell's team. 313. The results of the round robin matches Sunday were: Sunday Morning:. Houck team: Leavell team: Morehead 8 Shelton 3 Davis. 7 Xef f 9 W. F. Payne 2 Leavell S Sunday Afternoon. "W. F. Payne 7 Total 24 Shelton 6 Total- 26 In the monthly medal play Dr. James Vance and J. C. Wilmarth tied for pos sesion of the medal, each making 91. WIXD INTERFERES "WITH THE RIFLEMEN'S SCORES Scores Sunday "Were Good, However, "Weather Conditions Considered McLomore "Wears Medal. The El Paso Itifle club held its cus tomary weekly shoot at the range on Mundy Heights Sundaj- morning. The weather conditions were bad dur ing all the morning, due to a cold, ir regular wind from the south. There were 11 different riflemen pres ent. The Hixson medal event was the first contest entered upon and the following scores were made out of a possible of or McLamore 22 Penebaker 20 Haines 19 Bulwer IS Paul .... ; IS Pringle IS Hopple 18 Casey IS Filler 17 Meager 16 Batey 15 After this event some practice scores vere made, as follows: Filler .. 17-19 Bulwer 19-23 Haines 23-21 McLamore ...--..... 22-20 Batev 1S-21 Melgher 21-21 Paul ........... 7-17 Pennebaker 18-20 Pringle 18-19 Hopple ' 1S-1S Casey IS- "THREE FINGER" BROWX XOT GOIXG TO CINCINNATI Cincinnati. O.. Jan. 10. The report that Mordecal Brown" better known as "Three Fingers" Brown, the great Chi cago pitcher, was to be traded to Cin cinnati, was denied here today by Charles "W. Murphy and- Clark Griffith, managers of the Chicago and Cincinnati teams. The two men have been In con ference here regarding a possible trade of players, but as yet nothing has been given out about the deal. Murphy said that the reported Brown deal was a joke. Nothing definite has yet been decided. Murphy says, although sereral trades are being considered. It is also report ed that Roger Bresnahan. manager of tlo St. jl.ouIs Nationals, had come here to talk over a three cornered deal be tween St. Louis, Chicago and Cincin nati. The reported trade of Brown to Cin cinati created much loose interest in El Paso because "Wingo Anderson, the El Paso pitcher is going to Cincinnati next year and would be on the same staff with the wonderful three fingered pitcher. BARNEY OLDFIEI.D BREAKS DE PALJIA'S WORLD RECORD. Los Angeles. Cal., Jan. 10. At last Barney Oldfield has realized his Los Angeles ambition. He has broken the track record held by Ralph De Palma, and for which he has been trying dur ing his entire Tisit to Los Angeles. On the Ascot Park track Sunday the speed king went five miles in 4:24 1-5, lowering De Palma's record by 1 4-5 seconds, and making every mile a rec ord one. This is the world's record for a circular track. OKLAHOMA WALKER STARTS ACROSS THE DESERT Rested from his long hike from Okla homa City to El Paso, but still foot sore, George Palmer, the cross country pedestrian who is walking from Okla homa City to San Francisco, from there to New York and back to Okla homa City, left for Tucson this morn ing. Palmer's right heel is still sore from the blisters resulting from his walk into El Paso. KARP ,WINS. Ogden, Utah, Jan. 10. Stanley Karp won the decision In a wretling bout with lus Anderson here Saturdaj- night. Karp got two straight fallo- H. S 4 Reds 4 All El Paso is invited tojtake advantage of the Clean Sweep bargains that are now being offered through out the store. Never before have such saving oppor tunities been given our customers, and it is a cer tainty that nowhere in El Paso will you be able to bu; such seasonable merchandise at such low prices. $7.50 Waists $1.95 Thisis an odd lot of Tailored Waists, mostly wool ens. JThey come in white and colors and at the re duction are the biggest Values up to $7.50: Clean price 75c Belts 15c Leather and Tinsel Belts that sell Tegularhr as high as 75c, now on sale, choice for 5c $7.50 SKIETS AT $3.95 Well Tailored Skirts in a variety of colors and fabrics that ri Q AP ve consider good values at $7.50. Your choice this- week tpO t O Note the Arrivals .-..? mw m - a r i .' li-il HMMIII!lllll ! :illll Wlj TtZyf f f mki TUESDAY'S ENTRIES JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB Thirtieth Day, Tuesday, Jan. 11. First race, -selling, six furlongs Odd Rose 9S, Mary Genevieve 101, High Culture 102, Kjyle 102, Judith Page 103, Catheryn Sctt 103, Father Eugene 103, Camera 105, Master Clarence 105, Eben Holden 106, Rounder 106, Delf 110. Second race, selling, five and a half furlongs Precis 94, Lilian Ray 99, Tillinghast 105, Dick B. B. 105, Comal 105, Max Xal 105, Dr. Coleman 105, High Street 107, Deuce 108, Hollow 108. Third race, purse, twoyearolds, three furlongs Gehtnicht 102, The Royal Prince 102, San Francisco Maid 102, Sterlin 105. Flying TV'olf 105, Frank Mullens, 110, Ivorydale 102, b. f. Dick "Welles-Doncela. Fourth race, handicap, seven fur longs Wander 93, Al Mulcr 95, Orbed Lad 100, TV". A. Leach 104, Early Tide 112. Fifth race, selling, five and a half furlongs Lykers 9S, Minnie Bright 99, Bright Skies 99, Bertmont lt0, Sea Sick 103, Dandy Dancer 103, Egotist 104, Galinda 105, Meddling Hannah 106, Ina Gray 1Q, Fireball 10S. Sixth race, selling, one mile Ora Sudduth 95, Plume 95, Engraver 102, Wolverton 107. Contestee 107, Hughes 107, Kopek 107, Sabado 107. BOWLING WEEK? A BUSY ONE AVITH ED PASO PLAYKliS Tonight the Cubs and Inincib'les of the Tivoli bowling leasrue will fight for the honors of the week on the Tivoli alleys. At the Y. Ai. C. A. Ihe Bu-iness Men and theT. M. C. A. bowling teams will play. Tuesday evening the Nationals and Zozayas will bowl at the Y. il. C. A., and the Tigers and Pirates at the Tivoli. The schedule for the remainder of the week follows: "Wednesday, Smelter vs. Mud Hens, at Y. M. C.A.; Tivoli vs. Panthers, at Tivoli; Thursday night. In ternationals vs. Roosters, at Y. M. C A.: open alleys at the Tivoli: Friday night Country Club vs. Independents, at Y. M. C. A.; no bowling at the Tivoli. Thursday night the Texas telegraph tournament wil be bowled at the asso ciation alleys. SHIPPING HORSES AWAY FROM JUAREZ Three race horses were brought back to the United States from Juarez this morning, through the American custom house, and more are expected this month. The horses belonged to Fos ter and Gilmore. who are ship ping their animals to Florida. A string of Bedwell horses was recently shipped to Califor nia for the winter meeting. Visitors Welcome! The Herald has provided a vis itors' gallery especially for th plcasure and interest of its patrons. 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The deal "by which Schreiber was sold to Denver is the re sult of a conference in Chicago last week. ZYBSCKO THE GOODS. Cleveland. O., Jan. 10. Tom Jenkins one time the "Welsh champion wrestler, lost to Zybscko Saturday night in a wresitling bout bee. Jenkins was in good condition but he was no match for the powerful Pole. TO CURE A COLD IX ONE DAY Take LAXATTVB BROMO Quinine Tab lets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. "W. GROVE'S signature is on each box. 25c: Chamberl-ain's Cough Remedy never disappoints those who use it for ob stinate coughs, colds and irritations of the throat and lungs. It stands un rivaled as a remedy, for all throat and lung diseases. Sold by all druggists. High Grade Pianos at Eastern Prices Best Value for the Least Money. Easy Monthly Payments. You will save money by looking at our beautiful stock of" high grade pianos before purchasing. Every in strument fully guaranteed. 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