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EL PASO HERALD
12 Eiiday, March 25, 1910. SPORTIXG XEWS. WaAhead InQuality nil 0 wB or nil Thff money you spend inexperimenting with make believe brands of canned goods of unknown makers and untried qugdity, you can put into im mediate and provable use when you buy FerndePfrore Food Goods You know wnat it costs and you know what you rrfir SwP et Wrinkie Peas itrineless Beans Tender Lima Beans Sliced Peaches Preserves oweet Corn Canned Tomatoes Canned Pumpkin Pears Jellies and Jams OLD TIME BILL PROMDTFR HERE "Ted" Paso Sullivan "Visits El Thinks Sox Will Be Winners. Gall at the store and let us prove to you that Watson's Groceries Are Famous For Quality HEADQUARTERS FOR VEGETABLES Xarge Head Lettuce Fresh Okra Egg Plant New Potatoes Bell Peppers Chickory and Remain Celery Cauliflower Tomatoes Cucumbers Fresh. Spinach Summer Squash Beets and Turnips Fresh Asparagus Fresh Strawberries Every Day II i fllKil 1 1 AB ii J 1 Fai 2 -A Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 1151. ID ILL PLAY WHITE SOX BILL . TEAM Ml THEY COWiE TO EL PSSO? : TF1 "Po on TPPTTI ManaffSIIieilt Sox "Pop" Edmunds, "Duck" Gowan, iill jraSO A ttolll J.UXaiaw.UJ..u.u Klefer. TCal TCarthman Tomnre and May Turn Down the Big .Players. Harley Klefer, Kal Earthman. Tommy Hafrffleq Over Percentage ! Thompson and" a number of other fast ".O'ggit'a W'W1 o i local men are planning to take over the dates for the Sox appearance here in case a satisfactory agreement is not reached between the .merlcan league team and the management of the El Paso club. These players say that all they -want is to have the Sox play here, as it would be a blow to baseball to allow the most famous team in the American -league to pass through El Paso because of a dif ference over the percentage agreement. T. P. Sullivan, "Ted," for 20 years, owner of major and minor leagues es pecially active in organization in Texas, visited El Paso 3esterday afternoon on his way from Los Angeles to Chicago. Mr. Sullivan was a guest in California of the "White Sox club of which seven of the men are Sullivan selections. "The Sox 1910 team is going to be a great one," said Mr. Sullivan. "The staff of pitchers, is the best of either league, the best in America. They are comers. "It seems as though Bl Paso coulo belong to the Texas league. El Paso appears enterprising enough for that. California Is producing good baseball material. Last year we bought a player for $7000. They are goo dones out there." Mr. Sullivan organized the original Texas league and also made the revival. He was once owner of the Fori "Worth and Dallas teams. I" RACING RESULTS. Oakland Summaries. First race, futurity course Kid North won, Dixie Dixon second, Grammercy third. Time, 1:12 1-5. j Second race, six furlongs Banorella won, No Quarter second, Bucolic third, i Time, 1:15 1-5. j Third race, six furlongs Grace rG. i won, Dareington second, Hoy Junior third. Time, 1:15 2-5. Fourth race, five furlongs, Glenbrook handicap Prejuicio won, Cloudlight sec ond, Enfield third. Time, 1:00 1-5. Fifth race, mile "Wolfvllle won, Springbeam second, Colbert third. Time, 1:43 3-5. Sixth race, six furlongs Thistle Belle won, Elizabeth Harwood second, Phil Mohr third. Time. 1:14 1-5. Who will play tne White Sox when they come here next week? This simple little question has mud dled the baseball waters until no on seems to know what the answer is. The committee in charge of the affairs of the El Paso -club says that nothing has been said to them about the appearance oi the Sox and that as yet no arrangement has been made for a team to play them here next "Wednesday and Thursday. H S Potter, chairman of the baseball com mittee, said this morning that nothing had been heard from the "White Sox management about playing here, and no -percentage agreement had been made. je aiso sum mit. m - -- -- , could be reacnea d aii.u " " h j ARE HELD OX CHARGE OF could at least ma.e cii)eucy . - DIES FROM INJURIES. Szm Antonio, Tex., March 25. Theo dore Sobleski, aged 17. died this morn ing from Injuries received Wednesday when a Southern Pacific switch engine ran over him, cutting off his both legs. His father, A. J. Sobieski, Is a policeman. week out of the two games it could no! afford to play the Chicago team, ov aries do not begin until April 9, he said, but if the Sox were played here next week, the salary list would have to start for 12 men and the club could not af ford to go to this expense in order to play the American league team. Ted Sulliran, who has been traveling with the Chicago team on the coast, was here Thursday, but nothing was done about closing a contract for the appear ance of the Sox here. The dates were originally made with "W. S. Crawford, who had planned to organize an amateur team to -play the visitors. Later Craw ford left for Santa Bosalia springs and turned the dates over to the El Paso club to fill. That is as much as any one seems to know about the White Sox day In El Paso. As soon as the amateur ball players in the city and the professionals who have been spending the winter here, heard that the Sox might not play in El Paso, they started a movement to or ganize a local team to play the White CONSULTING ENGINEER. R. E. HARDAWAl, C. TC. Railroad and Hydraulic engineer. 30 years ex perience. Expert reconnaissance and location." Topographical surveys. Land surveys and subdivision work. Exami nations and reports on land and prop erty values. Maps and blue, prints. Fine teams and outfit at my ranch in Y sleta. Address 1136 Arizona St., and Y&leta. Phone 3199. VIOLATING LOCAL OPTION LAW. Waxah'achie, Tex., March 25. Dan Lelghton and S. N. Creich were ar rested at Ennis today charged with ob taining orders for whisky in a local option district. The lowest fine on con viction Is 54000 dollars and 90 days in jail. Jacksonville Summaries. First race, four furlongs, purse Clay won. Sir Kearney second, Tallahassee third. Time, 0:49 2-5. Second race, six. furlongs, purse Imitate won, Marie Hyde second, Amyl third. Time, 1:14,1-5. Third race, seven furlongs, purse Fond Heart won, Skyo second, Comme dienne third. Time, 1:27 3-5. Fourth race, mile and a quarter, purse Taboo won, Woolwinder second, Boca Grande third. Time, 1:53 4-5. Fifth race, seven furlongs, purse Home Run won. Furnace second, Pinto third. Time, 1:26 3-5. Sixth race, mile, purse Captain Swan son won. Allan Fearn second, Smug third. Time, 1:14 3-5. ROPERS POSTPONE CONTEST BECAUSE OF GOOD FRIDAfY" Because of Good Friday, there was no roping contest at Cowboy park in Juarez this afternoon. The jefe politico asked the promoters to desist for a day and they willingly did so. RAIN SOAKS SPECTATORS AT AUTO SPEED CARNIVAL Daytona, Fla., March 25? Rain soak ed 12,000 spectators, and sp6iled much of the final day's program of the Day tona Beach automobile speed carnival. No records were broken, as on the pre vious day. Here Is the summary of events: First event, 10 miles stock chassis, 161 to 230 Inches, won by Pete Hari in a Bulck: Altman in a Hudson was sec ond. Time. 12:58. c Second vent, 10 jnlles. handicap; Kercher. driving a Darracq, won; Old field. Zp:x. second; Bond, Stearns, third. Time. 7:21. Third event, mile, time trials; Old field, in his Benz, made the distance in 27:SS; Ben Kercher, driving a Darracq, 27:24; Walter Christie, driving the Christie. 33:15. Ten mile handicap, the second handi cap at the same distance, was won by Altman (Hudson). Time, 12:45; Old field (Knox) second; Kerscher (Darracq) third. EL PASOANS WILL NOT GO TO FRISCO Spring Shirts E.&W. $2.00 to $3.50 Cluett $1.50 and $2.00 Eagle $1.25 to $2.00 , Monarch $1.00 SEE OUR WIN DOW DISPLAY Cor. Mesa and Texas HELD TO GRAND JURY. B. B. O'Brien was bound over to the grand jury in the sum of $500 by jus tice MeClintoek this morninsr,' when ar raigned on a charge of theft from the person. O'Brien was arrested Thursday by detective Stansel, who found a ticket from Eale Pass to San Francisco in ihis pocket. The ticket, aoeordiner to the complaint, had been stolen from Ed. Widerfelt (while the men vere taking a drink in a saloon near the union station. ROLLER THROWS ASBELL. Joplin, Mo.. March 2a. Dr. B. F. Rol ler last night defeated James Asbell. a Kansas City wrestler, in straight falls, 52 and 14 minutes respective!-' CATTLE IMPORTED. J. "W. Rose today made nn importa tion of 560 head of cattle from Mexico. CARRIERS' DAY. Tomorrow belnc- lie lnt Saturday of the moah. The Ilerald carriers Trill pre sent bills for the month of March. Sub scribers vrill kindly ziotc the above and he ready for the bojs. SPECI4L SALE ON JUST THE THING EVERYONE IS GOOD TO EAT Easter Eggs 15c a Pound SATURDAY 02TLY 51 fu 9 9 JF CONFECTIONERY COMPANY C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr. 206 N. Oregon St Phone 347 World's Stafuonship ROPING CONTEST COWBOY PARK SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Cars Direct to Park Bowlers Will JSTot Be Repre sented at Western Bowl . ing Congress. San Francisco, Cal., 'March 25. From Texas to British Columbia will come wooden ball tossers to the fourth an nual "Western Bowling congress meet ing at the Jefferson Square alleys March 26 to April 2. Thirty teams will roll in the five man contests. About 20 players will repre sent this city while delegations will come from Vancouver, B. C; Portland, Ore.; Spbkane, Wash.; Eureka, Sacra mento, Santa Cruz, San Jose, and Mer ced. Cal. Two men teams will come from Den ver, Los Angeles, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Kansas City and El Paso. Ain't It Awful, Mabel. Sad, but oh, too true. Nobody will bowl in the glorious name of El Paso. The dispatch is in error, grave error. At first a number of local bowlers, who think they can shoot the lilacs off the bushes decided to go. But the price was too steep, and the walking poor. Saturday Specials For Easter Shoppers will find here tomorrow and tomorrow night the biggest collection of good barg; brought forth in one day. Specials are made with reference to what will be needed for Easter Sunday bargains ever iffht. forth in one dav. Specials are made with reierence to wnat win oe neeaea ior master fcuuaay ana otner days as well. Look over the f oUowing, read them carefully, and bring this list.along with you when you come to morrow and tomorrow night. ' By Every Comparison Calisher Millinery Wins Your Approval The Extraordinary Display of Easter Millinery is one of the biggest attractions here tomorrow. We have already done a phenomenal Millinery business for Easter. Eor the final shopping day we have made ample preparation to make the Millinery Section more attractive than usual. The $5.00 Special Instead of paying $7.50 and $8.00 for a hat, why not come to Caliper's and secure this grade at $5:00. This' special will be one of the big fea tures for tomorrow and tomorrow night. See special window display on Mesa Avenue of these $5.00 hats. iiitu' - -y fl. "S i ft )-u ir f Children's Millinery For the little tots many specials will be made in millinery tomor row. From a most extensive as sortment, showing values up to $15.00, we have selected a special This is a wide collection of chil dren's hats ranging in value up to $2.00 which will be on sale tomorrow at 98c All Day Specials Main Floor Saturday Night Specials Fancy Maline Bows with a touch of gilt cord, a 25c value; 7 to 9 10c each. (Neckwear Section) $1.25 and $1.50 Ladies' Silk Hose 95c Pair Black and colored Silk Hose with linen sole and heel, garter top, reinforc ed all the way through; Saturday night Special 95c a pair. (Hose Section) 75c Fownes and Kayser Silk Gloves 39c Black, white and colored Silk Gloves, 2-clasp, the Eownes and Kayser make, regular 50c and 75c grades 1 pair to customer, 39c a pair. (Glore Section) Barg G8Sl3fed4$ .CahshmrDzsSxsoda Ca 7 to 9 P. M. Specials 15c AND 20c WOMEN'S SUM MER VESTS AT 5c EACH We offer 100 dozen fine ribbed women's .vests, neatly trimmed. These garments are "'mill mend ed." They have slight imperfec tions hardly noticeable. If they were perfect they would sell at 15c and 20c; 7 to" 9 o'clock g Saturday night, each 3C (Limit 4 to customer) WOMEN'S BLACK HOSE 10c PAIR Fast black seamless hose, regu larly made, full range of size, SYS to 10: an extraordinary offer 7 to 9 o'clock Saturday nignt, per pair (Limit 6 pair to a customer) 10c 5c TOILET PAPER 7 ROLLS 25c Our regular 5c roils Toilet Paper, 7 to 9 o'clock Saturday rtP night, 7 rolls for OC 10c CUPS AND SAUCERS 5c Vienna China Cups and Saucers in neat floral patterns, suitable for conee or tea cups; Saturday 7 to 9 o'clock, for cup and saucer 5c Dress Lawns 3fcc a Yard G-ood serv iceable Dress Lawn in cool, dainty patterns, for house dresses, kimo nos, wrappers, etc., light and dark color ings; 7 to 9 p. m., 12 yard limit, 3ic Yard $10 Sample Waists at $4.95 We received yesterday a shipment of 6 dozen sam ple waists. These would sell in a regular way at $7.95, $8.95 and $10.00. The materials are messa line silk, chiffon and em broidered' linen. These are fancy trimmed and plain tailored stvles in white, black and all colors. Easter special $4.95 All Day Hose Special Finest Gauze Lisle Hose at a Pair 50c At this price we offer real fine qual ity Gauze Lisle Hose iu every new shade; 26 colors in all, including white and black. Have extra special value at a pair 50c $5.00 Silk Petticoats S3.65 For all day Saturday we offer the regular $5.00 SUk Petticoats, includ ing black and colors, at 53.65. Easter Sale of Ribbons All Silk Eiblons at about half price. Every imag inable color. 35c Ribbons 15c 40c Ribbons 19c 45c Ribbons 23c 50c Ribbons 29c 75c Ribbons 39c The Specials in Toilet Section for Tomorrow Are Many. SHE BOWLING. Only a 59 pin margin laj- between the scores of teams No. 6 and 9 as result of play on the Y. 21. C. A. alleys last night. No. 9 players rolled the best Campbell took all the honors, high game at 205, high total at 555, and an only strike out. Here is the sheet: Team No. 6 1 2 3 , T. Kenans 179 136 159" 474 Snyder 163 123 ' 143 429 Bryan 157 19C 183 536 Totals 499 455 485 1439 Team No. 9 1 2 3 T. Campbell 171 179 205 555 Slocum 145 15S 180 483 Critchett 148 152 160 460 Totals '..464 489 545 1498 SOX "WIX FROM AXGELS. Los Angeles, Cal., March 25. These Vernon batters fell to Scott's pitching and the White Sox No. 1 canie out vic tors yesterday, by the score of 5 to 1. - Score: R. H. E. White Sox 5 9 3 Vernon 1 4 2 Batteries: Chicago, Scott and McMur ray; Angels, Henzling, Breckenridgre and Hogan, Hasty. Second Sox Lose Again. Oakland. Cal.. March 25. One to nothing, the Oakland team yesterday de feated the White Sox No. 2. It was close work all around. Score: , R. H. E. Chicago 0 3 2 Oakland ........ 1 7 0 Batteries: Chicago Young. White and Payne; Oakland, Christian and MItze. Mi MEM TRYING TO H GAME S1FE AID STILL ill t New York', X. Y., March 25. How to make football safe without rendering: It too complex or depriving- it of Its virility was the problem attacked today by the intercollegiate football rules committee. Conch Stags', of Chicago, vrho h"as been making practical experiments with a: couple of carefully selected elevens at Arkansas university, was given great attention at today's hearing. It Is believed as a result of these experiments that both the ouslde kick and the forward pass will be retained and that the Hiving tackle will be abolished. 4 ' Jr.i.Ann ft. tf L. CHARLES CLARK DEMAIfDS laborers admitted HEARING: CASE io SET , , Mexican immigration has assumed a Charles Clark, arrested Saturday on a normal spring condition. About 100 men. charge of the fornery of -an order for j a day are being- admitted by government RAILROAD NEWS. SANTA FE GUTS FREIGHT RATES Pui'tlier Reductions Granted El Paso on Mining Ma chinery and Coffee. New freight rates to points on 'the Santa Pe, contested for by the chamber of commerce traffic department, have been announced. After April 30, machinery in less than carload lots for the mining districts of Magdalena and Kelly, N. M., de scribed in the western classification as taking first class, will have a rate of ?1 per 100 pounds. The rate now in force is $1.24 per 100 pounds. Machin ery in less than carload lots described as second class will have a rate of 90 cnts, as against the rate of $1.14 now in. force. Roasted coffee rate reduction also has been announced. The rate from El Paso to Albuquerque will be reduced from 94 cents the 100 pounds to 60 cents, by carload lots, and Las Vegas from $1.05 to 70 cents. SPECIAL RATES ARE MADE ON RAILROADS OF WEST Special rates for conventions and oth er doings in the southwest and elsewhere are announced by J. E. Monroe, local G. H. & S. A. ticket agent. Here are the Sunset route specials:" Tenth biennial session, general Fed eration of TVomen's clubs, Cincinnati, O. Tickets on sale May S, D and 10, Umlt May 22, with extension privilege to May 31. General assembly of the Presbyterian church, U. S. A., Atlantic City, N. J. Tickets on sale May 15, 1G and 17. Limit June 5. Presbyterian conference, Dallas, Tex. Tickets on sale April 19 and 20. Limit April 25. Texas golf tournament, Austin, Tex. Tickets on sale April 4 and 5. Limit April 12. State Medical association meet, Dallas, Tex. Tickets on sale May 9 an"d 10. Limit May 15. Hood's Texas brigade, Austin, Tex. Tickets on sale May 4 and 5. Limit May 9. Meeting Conservation association, Fort Worth, Tex. Tickets on sale April 3 and 4. Limit April 7. Federation of Labor, Galveston, Tex. Tickets on sale April 10 and 11. Limit April 18. ; State Convention Master Bakers' as sociation, Houston, Tex. Tickets on sale April 24 and 25. Limit April 29. Convention Grand Lodge K. of P., Beaumont, Tex. Tickets on sale AprU 23, 24 and 25. Limit April 29. ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. Effective April 1, R. A. Taylor will be freight claim agent for the Sunset lines at Houston in place of A. A. Martin, re signed. M. F. Smith, commercial agent of the C M. & S. P. railway at Dallas, is a vis itor in local affices. jury scrip .preferred hy district clerk Ike Alderete, will have a preliminary hear ing before justice E. B- ATcClintock on Saturday morning. Clark called at the court this morning and demanded that the esse be either set for trial or dis missed as he did not want the charge hanging over him. He also demanded that Alderete be required to produce the scrip in question and also the jury scrip book for the January term of the dis trict court at the trial. MALLET HAULS 51 LOADS. A train of 51 loads, totaling 2050 tons, will pass through the city from over the S. P. & G. H.some time today. The big haul is being made by a Mallet. orncers, in accordance with the labor demand. The threatening conditions of a fortnight ago passed without serious trouble. Choice steaks, chops and roasts at Robinson's market. J. C. Peyton, suc cessor. Phones: Bell. 251; Auto,' 1234. Just received at Ardoin's fancy live hens, nothing like them In town. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets invariably bring- relief to wo men suffering from chronic constipa tion, headache, biliousness, dizziness sallowness of the skin and dyspepsia! Sold by all druggists. 1910 Wall Papers Are Now Arriving Every Day-Come in a.nd See Them. Tutile Paint . Glass Co. ALL "A I" Our Stock Saddles, Harness, Rifles, Shotguns, Ammunition and Sporting Goods are all 'A1." Call and examine same, or write ais. Mail orders given prompt attention SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO. 301-303 EL PASO ST.