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Friday, April 1, 1910.
SPORTING XEWS. EL PASO HERALD Ardoin's Saturday's Sale Specials We cordially invite our regular and Saturday cus tomers again to note our special prices. Be sure you are one of the many to profit thereby. Quality, Price and Service are establishing our popularity. Ardoin's "Peeriess Roll Beast,' always delicious, juicy and rich 12'2C ClmWcf 'SJmnlfTpr RlftriV com fori fipftf onl v jLXJs Our stock of MorrelTs "Iowa Pride" Hams and Bacon "from the corn belt of Iowa," almost gone. Hurry. We dress u l only live hens ' ' H& your order. Plenty of them. Fruits and Anything and everything desire. .Presh every day. New Potatoes, certainly a, treat; 2 lbs. for . Young green Table Onions 3 bunches for 25c 10c Do not forget our Creamery Butter Ar doin's "Sunnyside Special Butter," per lb. . Ardoin's PHONES 800-801-802 Friexlds Gf Contestants Must Organize If They Want Their Favorite to Win. -Yesterday's list of contestants was .waited -with unusual interest by con test -workers In a number of towns as friends of several of -the candidates have only been -waiting- to see how many votes they -would have to cast, to put their favorite well .aheaa of the present leaders. Koir they know mid the only question Is whether or not their or ganization is strong' enough to immedi ately get out and get the required num ber. Those "working- In the interest of the different contestants should enlist the aid of their friends and neighbors in the effort to make their contestant the winner. Stir up plenty of enthusiasm and get a large number of working "boosters." Every time your candidate name is mentioned In connection with the contest it makes his or her chance to win just that much -better. "When the the cmfcus acrobat finds it necessary at all times to keep his muscles and joints supple. That is the reason that hundreds of them keep a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment always on hand. A sure cure for rheumatism, cuts, sprains, sore throat, lame back, contracted muscles, corns, bunions and all pains. Price 2C oc and ?l.00 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ail Our IVI EATS Are From Fed Cattle Aid vdien we say from fed cattle we mean from the choicest of steers that have been on feed for several eeks. It's riot every market in the city that can sell beef from fed cattle because they cannot secure it. Try our meats and see the difference. Saturday Specials Mutton Stew, per lb 8c v Pork Sausage, per lb 10c Extra good Lard, 5 lbs '. 80c Leg of Mutton per lb lV 16c Ghuck Eoast or Steak, 3 lbs '! 25c Corned Beef, per lb ,. .'.10c 1 Yeal Stew, per lb 10c Stetter & Schneider (WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.) Phones: Bell 14: Auto 1014. 107 El Paso St. i 'MIMMIBBIIBBBMHiaBaKiHBgBMBaBKC El Pasa Trunk Factory ANGEUJS ggg BUn BeI1 161 Sow Is the time to have your clothes reasonable. Gloves cleaned second to n 25c Corned Beef, "just what "1 A you like," per lb I U C Vegetables to meet every taste and Nice green Spinach, 2 lbs. for &..'.. Eggs, fresh Yard Eggs, 2 dozen for c 45c 35c AUTO 1800 "boosters" get busy and everybody is hunting coupons and subscriptions the votes will increase so rapidly that it will be hard to realize where they are all coming from. The Herald has employed a special contest editor -who has nothing else to do except advise the contestants how to conduct their campaign and give them every aid he possibly can in securing votes. If you are in doubt as to what is the best method to pursue in getting votes for your favorite write him at once and he wlll"outline your cam paign for yon. Today's coupon is -n-orth 50 votes so get out and see your friends before they send them in to be counted for some other contestant than the one you are -working for. Make a house to house canvass, picking up coupons as you go. It will surprise you when you count up and see how many votes you have accu mulated and you "will also be several subscriptions ahead, as chere are lots of people Interested in your favorite, upon whom you have not yet called for their Kejp. . " Back Contestant Can "Win. While It is not possible for every contestant to win one of the grand prizes, The Herald is offering a special prize which can be won by each and every working contestant in all the dis tricts. To encourage eaAy effort on the part of all candidates In the Popular "Voting Contest The Herald will keep track of the new yearly subscriptions sent in by each contestant and as soon as six have been received will present to the fortunate contestant either an eight volume set of Masterpieces of the World's Literature, or a ten volume set joi the works of Eudyard Kipling. Just think of It you only have to get sly people to take The Herald for one year and you get absolutely free jour choice of a 10 volume set of Kipling or at eight volume set of Masterpieces. Or. we -will send both sets to any contestant ! for the first 10 new yearly subscrlp tion" sent in. Note Special prize offers do not af fect In any way the awarding of the regular prizes. No otoe is barred from winning a regular prize on account of having received a special prize. Born, at St Mark's hospital, a son to Mr. and Mrs. T. Davis Porcher. Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases made, repaired and exchanged. Opposite postoffice, across Plaza- TeL 1054: Auto 1966. Finest "Boiling Meat," 3 lbs. for WORKS SL0QK BROS., Praps. Crawford Theater B!dg., Opp, Plaza clothes cleaned and Dressed fox Easter. Prices one. Satisfaction guaranteed. EL PISfl TIES THE WHITE SOX IT THEPARK Second Day's Granie Is Dif ferent Prom the First, But Short and Tame. Chicago White Sox. EI Paso (By N. M. Walker.) A milder day, a tamer game and a tie score closed the White Sox festival of baseball Thursday afternoon. It was a denatured game, going but seven in nings to a tie in order that the box might catch Tea & Pea for east Texas and Oklahoma City. One Olmstead, a favorite son of the favorite maker or foot ease, lobbed over the offerings for the visitors until the seventh Inn ng, when he unlimbered his coast artillery and shot 'em over to beat a bob tauea flush. One Harbin, of tue "1 --r- i i.s vinitsp took a halt t holiday and worked for the wild cats to the credit of himself and the local club, Sox Start Scoring First. Reversing the running of the day be fore, the Sox started the scoring in the second inning, Gandil. alias ChicK Arnold, slammed out a merciless three bagger off of one of Harbin's benders and cashed in on Blackburn's single. The Sox returned the compliment in tne next inning. Barrows bungled a fair catch in left allowing Harbin to get one fourth of the distance around the ba.es. A wild throw by one "Oom Paul Krue ger. catcher extraordinary to the w. I In an effort to catch McCarthy at first sent Harbin to the home Jber The local club made it three of a kind in the fifth off of a series of hits one tr iple to left bv Earthman. a double by Chayka to 'the same truck patch and a little sacrifce by Merritt. Sox Do Some Flayinjy. In the seventh the Sox sewed up tne score good and tight with two runs off of four bits which Is fair enough for such a fair day. Collins, who t In ftr Zieder when the clever second baseman wrenched his only good ankle runnlug bn. lammed out a single. Parent had a little of the same. Gandil shunted one to left field, and Blackburn re peated the performance of his Datt.m. Sr predecessor by slapping one out to ?eft where "Shakey" Chayka happened not to be. Mackey's decision in the ?lnal inning was questioned when Gandil hit the dirt at home plate. Merritt re ceived the peg from Chayka in time to ?5 - Z,Z Jr,T,Ar but from the stand ft looked safe by a W Merritt stabbed at Gandil a second time, cin.uur.ia.."--JvicTice in favor of the defendant. f Block who caugrrt euuwj - credit than am auiui. ,.-. - ---deefsion was right on third ednesda although he modestly admits he is no nmnire. professionally speaking. The score: El Pa-to. AB RiH PO A E McCnrty. 3b Gowan, cf " Flick. -s - Jackson, lb Earthman. 2b Chakya, If - Merrett, c Klefer, rf Harbin, p Totals -'.-.. 25 3 3 21 12 0 Chlcapro. AB R H PO A E T3r,nWC Tt 3 0 0 0 0 0 Zieder, 2b 0 Collins 2b 2 Parent, cf, 3 Gandil, lb 3 Blackburn, ss 3 Purtell, 3b 3 Messlnger, If 2 Kuger, o 2 Ormstead, p " 2 0 0 3 10 1 Totals 23 Summary: 3 6 21 13 4 El Paso 0 0 0 0 03 2 3 Chicago i 0 10 0 0 0 Stolen bases Purtell. Sacrifice hits McCarty, Gowan, Mer rett. Three base hits Earthman. Gandil. Two base hits Chakya. Struck out By Harbin 2; Olmstead 4. Double plays Harbin to Jackson to McCarty; Klefer to Jackson. Left on bases El Paso 4; Chicago 1. Time 1 hour, 20 minutes. Umpires Mackey and Block. HEYDLER TALKS OF KLING CASE Defends . Gonnnissipn For Making Him Live up to His Contract. New York, X. Y., April 1. Somebody else has been talking about that never down Kling case. This time it -is John Heydler. secretary and treasurer of the National league. Last night the offi cial came out with a strong defence of the recent action of the commission in reinstating the catcher without ap proval of Ban Johnson. Here is what Heydler lias to say: "Had the commission officially des ignated the Chicago semi-professional league as an outlaw league prior to Kllng's affiliation with an organization, then there would have been no recourse but to impose the extreme penalty on thi player. "The finding is just and equitable and .Is most fair to the player. Making it mandatory on the player to return to Chicago and fulfil the last year of his three year contract at the figure he signed for is splendid from every angle of baseball law. I doubt If the com mission was divided on that particular point. It is the best part of the finding. It means that a contract once entered into whether by the club on one side or the player or manager on the other must be respected and lived up to. This is -the meat of the decision and simply reiterates the principle upon which or ganized baseball In founded." EL PASO FANS ARE PLEASED irames With thP. ttox ilnnrii Opening for the Season. Cananea to Be Here , April 9-10. Fandom of El Paso is pleased for two reasons, first because .the local soxeys promise to be the best ever, and second because there will be six months of play and an early opened season. The two games with Chicago has been a fitting and satisfying opening agree all fans. With the arrival of Richardson, called S aturday A. M S 111 Boys Dept. Until 1 2 O'clock Noon Only until the noon whistles blow, no later. Those who have boys to clothe should avail themselvesof this oppor. tiinity to save one-fifth of the price of" a suit. Saturday morning we offer 20 Discount on all our boys' wool suits worth from $6.00 to $15.00. These suits are in the newest spring and summer styles; some of the coats are full lined, others half lined. With some styles there are two pairs of knickerbocker trousers, with others only one. Boys'1 Spring Hats Saturday Morning Special Boys' felt hats in the telescope shape; grays, browns, tans and greens. Regular $1.50 styles until noon Saturday, QO each JOC None sent on approval. Xo telephone orders filled. Sale Women's Oxfords All Day Saturday Patent leather Oxfords with tan, gray, blue or green suede tops, button or lace, made over stylish lasts, plain or tipped, with Cu ban or military heel. All sizes and widths. Regular $3.50 values, d0 OQ per pair tJsoJS7 a rapid dnfielder, the El Paso team will be complete, barring accidents and minor changes. Rich is said to be hefty with the timber, as well as lively in the suburbs. The ball season proper will open April 9 and 10, when the Cananea team will play at Washington park. Then wJll come Douglas April 16and 17 and then Bisbee, April 23 and 24. From that on the games will bunch thick and heavy. RACING RESULTS. Oakland Summaries. First race, futurity course Beda won; Metropolitan second; Alder Gulch third. Time, 1:12. Second race. 6 furlongs Rosamo won.; Emma G. second; Roy Junior third. Time, 1:141-5. Third race, mile and 20 yards Silver Line won; Dixie Dixon second; Spring Ban third. Time, 1:45 2-5. Fourth- race, 5 furlongs, Bowlers handicap Cloudlight won: Galvesca sec ond; Thistle Belle third. Time, 1:00 1-5. Fifth race, mile and 20 yards Cadi chon won; Wolfvillo second; Cock Sure third. Time, :44 2-o. Sixth race, 6 furlongs, purse Gold Finn won; Dikely DIeudonne second; Kid North third. Time, 1:14. Jacksonville Summaries. First race, 6 furlongs, purse Earls Court won; Mystifler second; Rickey third. Time, 1:13 3-5. Second race. 4 furlongs, purse Dar ling won; Talahasse second; Kentucky Rose third. Time. :48 3-5. Third race, 6 furlongs, purse Judge Henderson won; Miss Sly, second; Don Dia2, third. Time, 1:14 4-5. Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth, purse Live Wire won; Pulka second: Furnace third. Time, 1:46 2-5. Fifth race. 6 furlongs, purse Park View won; Judge Gabiness second; Bonnie Bard third. Time, 1:12 2-5. Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth Oberon won; Roseboro second; Hooray third. Time, 1:47 2-5. CINCINNATI REDS MAY GET JOHNNY KLING Hot Springs, Ark., April 1. Rumor nas it and authentic rumor too that two of the classiest players in the world, Larry McLean, who has left tho red camp and returned to Cincinnati, and Johnny Kling, just reinstaited by the national commission, will be trans ferred. Also the deal will involve one other player, yet unnamed. According to the plan outlined, Grif fith wired manager McGraw of the Giants, who Is in the south, asking him what inducements he will make the club for McLean. If McGraw will come to ithe point designated, he will get his heavyweight catcher in return for player or players now on his staff. Then the Cincinnati club will take up with president Murphy the question of getting Kling, and 'it is freely remarked about the Eastman hotel, where the Reds are now stopping, that Herrman will offer players and ?20,000 cash for the great catcher. COAST LEAGUE RESULTS. At Los Angeles: R H E Los Angeles 4 6 7 Vernon 10 9 2 Batteries: Los Angeles, Tozer, Gill and Grlndle; Vernon, Willett and Brown. At Oakland: R H E San Francisco 2 11 5 Portland 2 X1 3 Batteries: San Francisco, Steen and Fisher; Portland, Miller, Williams, Ames and Berry. Game called 15 inn ings; darkness. At Sacramento: R H E Oakland 3 10 2 Sacramento 2 4 3 Batteries: Oakland, Nelson and Spies man; Sacramento, Baum, Brown, Whal- en and La Longe. BROTHER OF EL PAS O AX MAKES NEW RECORD James G. Brann, a brother of C. A. Brann, of The Herald editorial staff, has added another championship to his rec ord of sprints. Recently at an indoor regimental meet held at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo.. Brann, of Batterj' B, fourth field artillery, won the 140 j'ards run from Smith, a negro of the Nnth cavalry, who had formerly claimed the championship. In making the ale f X Jm Jmr40ff .Sk &jf 'XflBK f Jm Mm JmL 9v HtflT mWr aw aw k .mlmmmmm MLflEdMHeiFM K aTEm 1AMmmMfJAF0 Am r Mlmm&m'jmmJ m AmmmLMmmlm mm J9B9r mWUmmt iiB -and still the nouncement of an at less prices. -Note how careruiiy we've selected specials to meet your immediate needs. Toilet Articles The best of quality, at a little less, is offered in the After Supper Sales- WILLOW COLD CREAM "EVm- .hii-nninor. unburn, etc Regular 25c boxes; After Supper Sale. 7 to 9 o'clock (Limit one box) NALu BRUSHES Solid back, bristle brushes in a va riety of sizes and shapes. Values up to 35c; After Supper Sale, - "3 7 to 9 o'clock (Limit one) RICE POWDER Strictly pure Rice Powder, worth reg ularly 20c a package; After o Supper Sale, 7 to 9 o'clock Cp (Limit one package) 20 MTJLE TEAM BORAX Genuine 20 Mule Team Borax, in pound packages, worth 20c; Af ter Supper Sale, 7 to 9 o'clocK (Limit two packages) After Supper Sale Dress Ginghams 5c Yard Basement V. last turn Brann sprained his ankle and hobbled the last two yards, falling across the line. GLOBE TO PLAY MIAMI. Globe, Ariz., April 1. It will ne Globe and Miami next Sunday. The Miami baseball management wrote to manager Shute, of the Globe team ask ing for a game Sunday afternoon and the suburbanites will be accommodated. SARATOGA ENTRIES. New York, N. 1., April 1. Although many turfmen of the south and west remain to be heard from, the 24 stakes to be run at Saratoga this summer have already reached a total of 1114 entries, an average of 47. BURNS TO MEET LANGFORD. Sydney, N. S. W., April 1. Tommy Burns, exchampion heavyweight, will meet on Sept. 5, Sam Langford, of Bos ton. It will be a 45 round go. JOSEPH RETURNS TO NEW MEXICO Eormer Delegate to Con gress "Was Here for Med ical Treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Joseph, of Ojo Callentes, N. M., who have been in El Paso several months for the benefit of Mr. Joseph's health, left last night on the Santa Fe for their home. Mr. Joseph has been under medical attention while in the city and has re covered sufficiently to permit of his re turn. He is one of the prominent men of New Mexico and was romierly a dele gate to the national congress. In addi tion, he has held many other offices- NIGHT ENGINEER AT SHELDON HOTEL SCALDED Pipe Bursts and Steam Strikes Pettus Stanfleld Burns Are Painful, But Not Dangerons. As a good illustration of one of those accidents for which nobody can account, is the scalding by steam Tuesday night of Pettus Stanfleld. the night engineer at hotel Sheldon. The cause of the pipe break remains a mystery as does that of numberous railway cases where per fect steel has given way. Strangely the hotel heating plant had been thoroughly inspected only a few hours before the accident by an expert boilermaker, and pronounced In perfect condition. The pipe which gave way was an extra heavy one, and flawless from its appearance. The pressure of steam at the time of the accident was no greater than at any other time. The boilermaker that afternoon had worked around this particular pipe and found nothing wrong. Engineer Dan R. Stedham, in charge of the hotel plant, was greatly worried over the affair, although the accident was in no way his responsibility. Stan fleld. despite rumors to the contrary, is steadily improving. His burns are of a more painful than dangerous nature. ANNOUNCEMENT. St. Mark's hospital, corner of Ange and Nevada streets, will be open after April 1 to the public as a general hos pital for medical, surgical and obstet rical cases for women and children. Special attention will be given to sick Infants. Patients will be cared for by graduate nurses only. Tuberculosis and contagious cases not admitted. A KNOCKER Is a man who can't see good in any person or thing. It's a habit caused by a disordered liver. If you find that you are beginning to see things through blue spectacles, treat your liver to a good cleaning out process with Bal lard's Herbine. A sure cure for con stipation, dyspepsia, indigestion, sick headache, biliousness, all liver, stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by all drug gists. J. B. Suifon Company STATIONERY SPECIALISTS Embossing, Engraving, Printing 328 Texas St. Bell Phone 680 yn -r : r interest grows! And well it After Supper Sale brings news Women's Handkerchiefs Shamrock linen handkerchiefs, hemstitched and" embroid ered, worth regularly 20c each. After Supper Sale, 7 to 9 o'clock (only six to each customer) &Jhf (Basement Special) Dress Gingham Good quality dress ginghams in neat small plaids and plain, all colors, worth regularly 9c a yard- After Sup per Sale, 7 to 9 o'clock, lengths of ten yards, CA no more, no less, for vvv Women's Hosiery, Black gauze lisle hose, Hermsdorf dye, finely finished. Regular 35c quality, three pairs to each cus- OP tomer, After Supper Sale, 7 o 9 o'clock, a pairfciOC Men's Sample Sox Plain and fancy silk finish lisle and cotton half hose in black and colors- Values up to 50c are offered, three pairs to each customer- After Supper Sale, OQ 7 o 9 o'clock, a pair vC Boys' Khaki Knickerbockers Made of regulation government khaki cloth, strongly made and washable. For boys of 6 to 16 years, and worth $1.00 a pair. After Supper Sale, 7 to 9 A Q o'clock (only two pairs to customer) a pair lO C c AOJTSED OF KIDNAPING HIS OWN" DAUGHinit Ft. Worth. Tex., April 1. Walter Mauldin, of Petersburg, Tenn., was ar rested today at the Texas rSz. Pacific station when he was about to boara a train wdth his yesi. old daughter, whom he Is charged with kidnaping. He called at the home af MnsCrawford Reed today, who assumed change of the girl, seized the child and fled. It 13 alleged that he deserted the InfanUsomo time ago. ""v HEAVY RAINS CAUSE STREAMS TO OVERFLOW Ft. Worth, Tex., April 1. Due to heavy rains throughout Texas the last few days, all rivers and creeks arj con siderably higher and a few have over flowed thedr banks. Brady creek rose five feet this morn ing because of a four inch rain in that section. The Brazos, Trinity, Concho, West Fork and other streams are ris ing. - - BELL PHONE lift. Will get an occupant for that vacant room. Nothing Nicer Than a Good Roast "rx - sfc. a JfeCiN CStI i $S5 ' Ckr 1 mSJk fwi MKrsssiEvjmiL-l i.vii.aiv zir jrmezz?jETr yan n ijr LK?!IWA mirmum fi s y prices ' ' just try this market once. Specials For Saturday Prime Rib Roast, only inr. T-Bone Steak, per lb. OA- perjb ldJZZ only ....!..... IXjC Loin Steaks, per lb. fjju Shoulder Roast, 1A only JL7'2C per lb lUC Smoked, Fresh or Pickled Tongues, each only 35c Opitz Market Phone Bell 136 Popular Voting Contest Voting Coupon Contest Editor, El Paso Herald. I vote for - . .. ; . .r. Town Disk No, State or Ter Trim tlus coupon on the black line and mail it to CONTEST EDI TOR, EL PASO HERALD. The name of the person you desire to vote' for must be written on each coupon. Coupons must be mailed flat and not rolled. 50 GOOD FOR .VOT GOOD AFTER should, for each an of; good merchandise tnis oaLuxuci.y jxigub o After Supper Sale Dress Ginghams 5c Yard Basement NEGRO IS ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING DALLAS WOMAN Dallas, Tex., April IT Marl Marlu, a negro, aged 31 years, was arrested and jailed today charged with attacking and robbing Mrs. Joseph Heugy last Saturday on the street. The negro knocked her down, threat ened her life and -seized her pocketbook. Marlu denied the crime but was posi tively identifed by Mrs. Heugy. DRINK MILK DRINK PLENTY Of IT DRINK EL PASO PIRE-Mp- There Is mc-i food value Jihb quart of El Paso Pw Milk thax'there Is in one pound of the- choicsst porterhouse steak. El Paso Pure MHJc Is pure milk. It comes from Inspected, contented cows, and is treated by the most scientific methods. Delivered to you In sterillae? air-tight bottles. El Paso Dairy Co.. Phones: Bell 240; Ah1 11 5. Olilcs, 313 Hi. Oracces. And it is flip. Tfirv Irind of meat that iias made tms rv"-TT''-'T- ft A -i-r-tlnW -t"W those Tv-ho demand erood . .- j- i. li i ucab, utscause imsy .bjliuw tnat at ail times tney can over, the prices are not fancy. If you want the best meat at "let live 213 N. Stanton St. 5 VOTES 50 APRIL 10, 1910.