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EL PASO The Herald s Sporting News IlHiiLli'l1 I l 1jsLJ S WeU No. 1, Midway Producers OH Co. Hap of 'vfiffi'' iJr- ' PPfr J'""" '" "0RER MIDWAY VIEW PROPERTY 1 -- iw t iini jpp-pgp him 1 1 tTTTMHIii r TTInWfimmHmF r JiiWWriflffMiWiilBBPw Terrlfory In the "Heart of the Midway" Surrounded by the Record Oil Wells of the World PROPERTY The property of this comjfeny is located directly in the heart of the proven oil belt of the world's greatest oil field at jMarieopa. A full equipment of drilling machineiy now erected ' and well !Nb. 1 down 598 feet in the upper oil sands. Success is an absolute certainty. Oil ; and gas in well Is o. 1 now flows to the top of the casing. Property in direct line of the big gushers. Company in hands of experienced and reliable men. Capital Stock $1,000,000 Treasury Stock $825,1 . ' BOABD OF DI&ECTORS. LEE C. GATES, THOMAS HUGHES, BOBERT & BULLA, Chief Counsel Title Lisur- Hughes Manufacturing Co., Atty. and Secy. Central Oil ance and THist Co., and and TVestem Union Oil Co. Co., of "Wbittier. Eice Eanch Oil Co. DR. J. T. STEWART, SENATOR K W. THOMPSON, Los Angeles, Cal. Senator Southern California. Registers of Stock and Transfer Agents, OIL AND METALS BANK AND TETJST COM PANY, 311 West Third Street, Los Angeles. 200,000 Shares of Stock at 25 Cents Per Share Are offered to obtain additional operating and purchasing funds. The completion of our well No. 2 will make this stock worth many times its present selling price. We now have oil it is only, a question of how great a gusher we bring in. The Lakeview Gusher is producing Twenty Thousand Dollars a day in oil. The stock of the company is worth $25.00 per share. Within a radius of one and one-half miles of our property are four of the world's greatest oil wells. Our property is proven. Our rig is on the ground. Well No. 1 is full of oil to the top of the casing. The management is in the hands of well-known men, who have made their fortunes in oil. Write or wire at once. This will be the only offering of stock at this price. Stock to be listed after pavment ofirst divi dends. Prospectus mailed upon rqeuest. Certificates of stock delivered through the OIL AND METALS BANK AND TRUST CO. CHECKS OE DRAFTS PAYABLE TO MIDWAY PRO Bn aaarm m"""m'''"' rTrfWI DUCERS OIL COMPANY 402-404 Homer Laughlin Building 315 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. JEFE STEIPS OFF TO WAIST AT CAMP Visitors Get to See Kgliter in Shape as He Will Enter King. ' Ben Lomond, Cal., April 19. Jeffries failed to keep his shirt o'n, to use an old expression, and it was an under shirt at that. So visitors at the camp yesterday had the pleasure of seeing the big fellow stripped to the -waist. In the altogether, Jeff showed what his training has done. Only a remnant of bay window remained of that flesh which had worried his followers. Jef fries spent the entire afternoon by bag punching and chest weight work. No announcement has" been made regarding when he will resume boxing. JOHNSON EEADY FOE TRAINING- Chicago, HI., April 19. Jack Johnson has started to pack up preparatory to leaving for his training camp at San Francisco next Thursday. Cp His big touring car, which will be part of the training camp, will be ship ped tomorrow and Johnson's, baggage and gymnasium outfit will be forwarded next day. Diarrhoea- should be cured without loss of time and by a medicine which like -Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy not only . cures promptly but produces no unpleasant after effects. It never fails and Is pleasant and safe to take. Sold by all dealers. NO! a'n'y MHfc frUS! Tilt Original and Of nufnt HORLiCK'S MALTED MILK Tfce Fwd-drlnk for A!! Agts, At restaurants, hotels and fountains. Delicious, invigorating and sustaining. Keep k on your sideboard at home. Don't travel without it A quick Imch prepared in a minute. Takes smfertitite. Ask for HORLICK'S, Others are imitations. SPECIAL SALE! Bargains in tailor made pants and suits assorted sizes and good pat terns fine clothing uncalled for; must be sold. R. Y. PEARSON, 110 Texas St. HEY! LOOK! BENJAMIN'S JOINED THE "FORCE"! voo A&e novo a FUCL rlEOGeo CoP Ivoor. BEAT IS SiDE. THE BAJiltt. fiouj B&yr ( t)UAW0WA flRs GzXTT K (TSrif OUT 1 - FUU. FLEOGeo Cop. I -tn A Mi I rP' . y?5 CfcC KfcU PlCK'LEi suV- cx,t- SZS I. CSC - V V J2;t.& 5V Q-y V J I J rfxJ s Tz s ai 0' '. , "'! hw I w ir ' u-MfcSs.0 rh, JJ-V . yv. .-tljv?. . iy yes this ts '3Efi3-(futt I I Y JMf fiBSlJliP " '- --"" W sllSir'"' uje have a HUxcKTHA-r"Bsr3AMirt nj7V Hi IgL At2.py WJOrtT HOLD HIS CTOB IOUJN. IjOrtG. jgi . M VtU."' TOTO& FIEST PCR.SOM WHO SSMD3 SSfe "g-ki- DAVS BMarAMiM Wlia- IS67AIM ' aM Wt" it.. HI5 P05ITJOM, we UJll.1- S6MO "idm i v tteATiv ?Acceo THe first X&SsiZl' K" PjP Tomato of KSXT SEAiori . K T Aui-COtUN.tCATtOH. By WlgSijES GHuTuS LEfibUE DDPE 1 ao BwtO I Lnli Rnuljib UH ! LD uLI Bokenfohr, a side -winder from Shreveport, is journeying El Paso wards to join the Cactus club. A C. Q. T. message to the Shreveport club by manager Frank Harbuck for a pitcher brought instant relief, and the request for transportation from the Louisiana end of the line and Bokenfohr is now on his way to wear an El Paso uniform. Harbuck and Cal Earthman are both familiar with the work of tlm left hander, who is to augment the pitching staff of the "Wild Cats. He has worked with New Orleans in both the summer and winter league, pitching against the bsg league players Trtio were wintering in the Crescent town last winter between seasons. He has also been with Alexandria, of the Ar kansas State league, und has held regu lar berths In others of the southern minor leagues. He is expected here in time to work against the crack Bisbee team Saturday or Sunday, and -will be sent in againstthe copper diggers if the altitude and high sky do not In terfere. It is now captain Hewitt instead of captain Merritt. Not that "Tex" has not made good. Far from it, for the big fellow with the lucky curve leg has been handling the team like a big leaguer since he donned those polo shin guarfis and the 7Ird cage. But a willing horse often has too big a load to carry and that is the way Merritt feels about his handling of the infield, outfield, pitchers and batters, to say nothing of catching behind the bat him self. At his request, manager Harbuck has relieved the big boy of the respon sibilities of handling the field players, and Hewitt, the third baseman, will be the field captain instead. Merritt will devote his time exclu sively to the pitchers who are working in front of him, with some little devo tion to the man at bat, "who Is expected to receive a careful analysis at the native Texan's hands. Bisbee on Saturday and again on Sunday. That is the way the cards are reading on the street cars this week. Last year Bisbee was what in vaude ville would be called a "supper hour chaser," meaning a fill in the outfit between fast dates. Not 50 this year. Blsb'ee is far from being an also ran in the Cactus championship race. The town on the side of the hill has gath ered unto itself some ball plaj'ers in their own right, and although Cananea trimmed them up In the recent unpleas antness betwen the two copper camps, Bisbee is as good as the best In the brush country, and the game Saturday and Sunday promises some sport for tho boys with the palm leaf cooling ar rangements. This new umpire with the big noise name seems to have made it stick at Cananea in the recent games between Cananea and Bisbee. The only Thing wrong with the man is that awful handle he has, and that Is one thing for which a person is not responsible. From Cananea comes the report that he made good and handled the teams like a judge. "W. P. Stuart, who scores the games at Cananea for the fun of it, Salt Lake. 'tnh. Anril 19. Manager Richard Dwjer. of the ITtuh .inoi-v ' ' .... w.. chib, Las officially announced the dates of all meeting in the jurisdiction of we -inicrmountaln Racing nHOcianon. Ogden Lj scheduled to open the season with a meeting commencing May "o and running until June 4. Salt Lake then takes up the running, opening June G and continuing un til July 21. A jump -nill then be made to Butte, where the runner Trill hold forth from July 23 until Aug. 29. Cheyenne vrlll hold a meeting commencing: Sept. 1 nnd finishing Sept. 2ftf Retnrnlns: to Salt Lake, the final neetlng vrill commence Sept. 24, and con clude Oct. 29. A tralnlond of horses is en route here from Jacksonville, Fla., and a large number of horses vrlll be shipped from the Pacific coast at the close of the Oakland meeting. Tvrites that the umps, whose name he des not attempt to spell, made a hit with the Cananea fans. Stuart's letter reads: , "Goodman, Rienhardt, Adams, Guy nup and Bert Whaling were shining stars for Cananea Sunday, while Pull man, Deakins and PInkey Grindle were inthe limelight for Bisbee. "The new umpire, who is engaged -v. u.i.jvi., uiuuc tl 141b tiv. ..w- . one, and cannot help but make goodJ in uie southwest. He's a little leuow, but bosses the field." 4 STATISTICAL BALL DOPE. By Art Wood. 4- 4''r WHERE THEY PLAY. National. Boston at New York. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. Chicago at St. Louis. American. St. Louis at Detroit. Cleveland at Chicago. Washington at Boston. New York at Philadelphia. Texatn. Shreveport at Waco Dallas at San Antonio. Fort "Worth at Houston. Oklahoma City at Galveston. Powell: Galveston, HIsevanande and Stringer. At Houston R. H. B. Oklahoma City 10 14 3 Houston .:. 4 9 2- Batterles Oklahoma City, Crowson and Noyes; Houston, Rose, Watson and Vickburch. J At San Antonio R. H. E. Shreveport 614 2 San Antonio 5 5 0 Batteries Shreveport, Ashton and Henninger; San Antonio, Feeney and Schal. HOW THEY STAND: National League. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg 1-. .. 3 Bosjon . . . . 3 Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati '.. ...... 4 Chicago 4 St. Louis 3 Brooklyn 3 New York ..... 3 1 1 1 2 2 667 .667 .667 .500 .500 .333 .333 .333 American. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Washington 3 Cleveland 3 Detroit .. .. 4 Chicago .. ..... 2 Boston " New York . 2 Philadelphia 3 St. Louis 3 .667 .667 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .333 Texcs League. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Dallas 4 Galveston 3 San Antonio 3 Houston . . . . 3 Shreveport .. 3 Oklahoma City . 3 Fort Worth 3 Waco 3 1000 1000 .667 .667 .333 .333 .0.00 .000 BASEBALL RESULTS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. No games, rain and snow. TURF3IA1VS WIFE SUES. Reno, Nev., April 19. Mary Gatiens Coyne, wife of judge Edward P. Coyne, a turfman and jurist of New York and Atlanta, Ga., yesterday filed suit for divorce in the local district court. She allege1 desertion and makes no alimony demands. ROWLING. By a margin ot 203 pins team No. 7 won over team No. 12. Barela made high game and total. Scores follow: Team 1 - 3 T. Fuentes ."173 155 162 470 Barela 193 193 134 520 J. C. Zozaya 154 -T44 173 471 t Totals .p5,2p 492 469 14S1 Team 12 1 ' 2 3 T. H. S. Bateman 153 174 14S 477 Wilkerson 133 ,154 105 392 Byles 135 126 14S 409 Totals 423 454 391 127S AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Detroit R- H. E. St. Louis 2 7 2 Detroit 3 4 0 Batteries St. Louis. Bailey and Ste phens; Detroit, Mullin and Stanage. Umpires Kerin and Sheridan. All other games postponed: rain and cold. RACIKa RESULTS. Oakland Summaries. First race, 5 furlongs, selling Pride of LIsmere won: Sweet Basil second; Geiico third. Time, 1:0S. Second race,. Futurity course, selling No Quarter won: Titus H. second: Burning Bush third. Time, 1:11 Third race, Futurity course, veiling Ellerd won; May Pink second; El Mo lino third. Time. 1:11. Fourth race, 6 furtlngs, Redwood handicap Bubbling "Water Tvon; Fern L. second; Rey Hindoo third. Time, 1:13 2-5. (Three starters.) Fifth race, mile and 70 yards, sell ing French Cook won, Kaiserhoff sec ond; Hush Money third. Time, 1:45. Sixth race, 6 furlongs, selling Tre margo won: Father Stafford second; MInnedocca third. Time, 1:14 4-5. Aequeduct Summaries. First race, 4 furlongs iWTiy won: Hawley second; Pluvus third. Time. Second race, 6 furlongs Ed Ball won; Black Mate second; Rob R-j third Time. 1:24. w Third race, the Ozone stakes, 4 .fur longs Scrimmage won; Agawan. sec ond; Frank Mullens third. Time, 1:25 2-5. Fifth race, selling, 6 furlongs "Dae Field won; Blundara . second: Young Belle third. Time, 1:19. Sixth race. y5 furlongs Bebee won; Duke of Ormond second; Metaphor III. third. Time, 1:04 2-5. TUESDAY MORNING GAMES. At Boston. R- H. E. Washington 1 3 Boston 2 5 0 Batteries: Washington. Berger and Street: Boston,. Cicotti and Carrigan. Umpires, DIneen and Connolly. II VMMERSTEIN'S WIFE IS APPLICANT FOR DIVORCE. Reno. Nhv., April 19. Gene Kent Al lison Hommerstein, wife of Arthur Hammerstein, the well known theatri cal manager, has filed a suit for di vorce in the district court alleging fail ure to provide. No specific demand for alimony is made, but Mrs. Hammerstein asks for "such relief as the court may deem proper." At Philadelphia Philadelphia York game postponed; rain. -New TEXAS LEAGUE. At Waco R. H. E. Dallas 6 12. 2 Waco j 2 7( 2 - Batteries Dallas, Hirsch and Onslow; Waco, Ogles, Eangfit and White. At Galveston R. H. E. Fort Worth 1 9 0 Galveston 2 S 3 Batteries Fort Worth. Deserdoff and Do it Now Tomorrow A. M. too late. Take a CASCARET at bed time; get up in the morning feeling fine and dandy. No need for sickness from over-eating and drink ing. They surely work while you sleep and help nature help you. Millions take them and keep well. - CASCARETS 10c a box for a week's treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller in the world. Milhoa boxes a monUa.