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The Herald's Sporting Mews X EAlSO BJEJAiAJLD SePtember 5 i9io. Hie Herald's Sporting News Monday New Comb and Strained Honey Presh and delicious, packed in 5 lb. cans, strained t 75c 5 lb. cans with comb . 75c Single Eacks 15c Spiced Pickled Pears. and Crabapples "Whole Fruit, in large jars, each $1.00 Home Pickled Herring These herring are dressed and pickled by us. The quality is extra fine. 10c Three for 25c. Dimbars Preserved Figs These are Louisiana preserved Figs, the best in the world. In bulk, per pound .". 20c 10 lb cans, per can $2.00 Crab Apples for Preserving. Bartlett Pears for Preserving.. Prime Plums for Preserving. fk I HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto ilSL EL PASO iouu incKrtr imi n bbb BBk m m ml . nn ffiffim MtKUHAN 1 22 Q2 TO TELEP pt Responsas E CALLiSa EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto. Made, Repaired and Exchanged. I966 We store goods. Opp. PostoCfice, across Plaza Bell 1054 Bell SOS & 629 A. E. XYAW & CO. i STS Auto 1068 212 SAN ANTONIO ST. OPEN ALL NIGHT. L U M B BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS., BELL 50; AUTO 1050 E.P.&S.W.AWNiN0.387S.EIPasoSi, "We will move -with Young's El Paso Furniture Co. to 307 S. El Paso St. We make Awnings, Tents, and "Everything That's Canvas." All work guar anteed and ai a cheaper price. Auto. 1882. El Paso Sheet Metal Works Cornices Bell 548 321 Texas Street Spouting Auto 1148 Skylights "Let us give you an estimate." Roofing Awning Shades and Curtains BeO 2044. For Residence and Business Houses. Tent and Camp Supplies. El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Paac St Auto. 2044. Bell E1S ice e Acto 1188 Smith Ice Cream Co. FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. t i BeH 20 CARfi DRUG CO. ; ,Auto 1020 202 Texas St SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES. faEL PASO BRICK CO.SUS HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES P. O. Box 136. Prompt Delivery HACK and BAGGAGE fWm be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER 116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men. an Reasonable Prices. Bell 1 Auto 1001 Auto 1966 Bell 1054 We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing 07 careful men at right price. BELL 1054. ODOBPS TRANSFER. AUTO 1966 Tryne iriipiir I LAfio LtAbllt BILL" LANG TO MEET "AL" KAUF3IAX IX FIGHT Season Closes "With Double Games League Ad vances to Glass B. (By Horace II. Shelton.) San Antonio. Tex., Sept- 5; The Tex as league baseball season closes this afternoon, double headers being played In all of the cities -where games are scheduled. There is practically no doubt but that Dallas is the pennant winner. Houston looked good until that team hit San Antonio. The Bronchos went after them in such a manful fashion that Huntet Hill sa-w his pennant hopes go glim mering. The team winning the pennant de served to be heaped with honors for all of the teams were -unusually strong this season. Up until the very last gams the results were in doubt. Malonev has done splendid work with the Dallas team. The organization, about two months ago, took an awful slump and was for a time fighting for tail end honors. He got the players out of the slough of despondency and has been slowly climbing towards tho top ever since. Bribery Charsre Open. There has been little to mar the suc cess of the season. The only ugly fea ture was the charge of bribery in con nection with the Houston team. These will be thoroughly investigated and those guilty will be punished. There has been but one weak team in the league, Waco. As Individual play ers, that team ranked high. Had there been the right kind of team work this aggregation would have been a pen nant winner. Galveston made a good showing at the first of the season but the heat was too trying on the men and a. sluuifp fol lowed. Oklahoma City, despite the fact the players often had to wait for their salaries, played good ball all the way through. The spurt of Dale Gear's Shreveport Pirates during the final three weeks was one of the best fea tures of the entire season. Next year the teams will be much the same as they were during the present season. The number of men going to the bigger league; was not sufficient to materially weaken any of the or ganizations. Texan Leacrue Advance. The Texas league has now been ad vanced to class B. This will give It the privilege of drafting from a large number of minor organizations, espec ially class C, in which class the Texas league has been heretofore. All of the teams will put scouts on the road at once. They will visit visit many of the class C leagues before they disband and will in that way be en abled to get a line on some good young material. The minor leagues of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and other states will be looked over. "Waco has already had a scout in the field for several weeks and a number of men added to that team. It promises to be stronger next year. Franchises 3Iay Qhansre Own-ers. The only feature of uncertainty is what cities will compose the t league next year. It looks certain Oklahoma will be dropped. This will let in Austin or Beaumont. If Shreveport goes out both of these Texas cities can come in President Wilbur P. Allen will re tire. There will be a considerable scramble for his place. With the excep tion of Brooks Gordon, who is owned by Houston, the managers of the Texas league teams will be the next year ai they were this. Pugilistic Contest To Be Settled in a BIk Ball Purlc at Philadelphia 3Iay Hac Bearing on Cham pionship. Philadelphia, Pa.. Sept. 5. Followers of the pugilistic game in this country vvill tonight have an opportunity of geting a line on "Bill" Lang, the Aus tralian, wno with "AI" Kaufman, of California, aspires to be the heavy weight champion of the world. The two big fighters meet in a six round bout at the National League ball paik. Bothare said to be in excellent condition. Under the law, no decision Is allowed in this state. TEXAS LEAGUE XOTES. By Horace H. Shelton. Umpire Jeffries jlias finally jumped the game in Texas. This leaves Mat thews to be the only one who goes through the season. It is announced by secretary Dever, of the Galveston club that a. contract has been signed '-with Frank Donnelly to manage the team again next year. The way Houston was treated by San Antonio makes it almost certain Dallas will be the pennant winner today. The following players ' have been drafted into ttie big leagues: American, Dale from Dallas by St. Louis. National league. Griffin from Atlanta by Chi cago; Mowrey from Houston by Phila delphia; Burge from Fort Worth by Chicago. This, with the number of players already purchased, gives Texas a fine representation in tho .big leagues. Maloney is out in strong terms de nouncing any player who would throw a game. Whatever else the Irishman may be accused of he has at least al ways played honest baseball. Umpire Speck Hurlburt has signed with the Western league lor the re mainder of the season. It remained for Hal Abies, whb Hous ton Is accused, of having attempted to bribe, to bring about the downfall of the Buffaloes. The last game he pitch ed and won from the Houston team practically . shattered its hope lor a pennant. All critics pronounce the present sea son the best Texas baseball ever wit nessed. The race -was close, the teams composed of faster material and more enthusiasm prevailed. Burleson, the amateur pitcher for Fort Worth, has finally shown some form. In the last game against Okla homa City, he held that team to seven hits and three runs. The fact that the pennant has slip ped away from Houston is a sad blow to Hunter HH1. He has worked hard to cop the flag with a crippled team. Harbison, with San Antonio, will fin ish close to the top of the column in tho shortstop list. He is a Waco cast off. Northen, who goes to the big league from Houston, is the best 'hitter seen In the Texas league In many seasons. H.e certainly ought to make good in faster company. A hotel man of Dallas, crazy with excitement wired $75 to the San An tonio team as a reward for winning the two games from Houston. Cleveland has secured first baseman Hohnhurst from San Antonio. JT has been going a lively clip lately. MONDAY TvlOENING-'S BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICA LEAG1E. At Detroit: R H E St. Louis 10000000 0 1 6 0 Detroit 11000020 4 8 2 Batteries: St. Louis, Ray and Killi fer; Detroit, .Willett and Schmidt. Umpires: O'Loughlin and Egan. At New York: R.H.E Philadelphia ..00000200 0 2 7 1 New York ...0 0310001 5 3 1 Batteries: PhiladelDhia, Morgan, Plank, Dygert and Livingston; New l'ork, Lapp, Donahue, Ford and Sween ey. Umpires: Colliflower and Connolly. At Boston: Washington Boston Batteries: R.H.E 00022000 0 i 9 0 00000001 0 1 S 0 Washington, Walker and Beckendorf; Boston, Hall' and Carrigan. Umpires: Dineen and Perrine. XATIOXAL. LEAGUE. At Brooklyn: R.H.E New York 0 0001000 0 I 5 8 Brooklyn 00200102 5 5 1 Batteries: .New York, Wiltse and Meyers; Brooklyn, Barger and Bergen. Umpires: Klem and Kane. ' mmtmWki i Jfci niMmiiiigr-jTrrr-rt-riTrnn r rJ"1tMJfYnhfr-1 iiJtb- r n rt in wrri "-n irnfc iiiimuR. At Pittsburg: R.H.E St. Louis 14000021 08 10 3 Pittsburg ...13120011 9 11 1 Batteries: St. Louis, Harmon and Phelps; Pittsburg, Liefieid, Maddock and Simon. Umpires: Rigler and Emslle. At Philadelphia: R.H.E Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 8 3 Philadelphia ..10JI40010 6 8 0 Batteries: Boston, Ferguson and Smith; Philadelphia, Ewing and Moran. Umpires: Brennan and O'Day. SATURDAY'S" RESULTS More Merchandise Last Friday we secured additional salvage stock from the basement of the old store. This stock will be on sale tomorrow. It has been dried out, assorted, and put in shape generally. 215 Texas 219 N. Stanton WESTERN LEAGUE. U Wichita. R. H. E. Topeka ....0 0000100 0 1 3 5 Wichita ....0000114 lx 7 13 0 Batteries: Fugate and Shea, Maxey;1 Durham and demons. Umpire: Clark. At Denver. R. H. E. St. Joseph 200000000 1 3 5 3 Denver ..0 01100000 0 2 6 1 Batteries: Kaufman and Frambes; Ehman and Weaver. Umpires: Flynn and Graves. . 4 . 4- STATISTICAL DOPE. 5 (By Art Woods.) 4. 4 A fr $!? WHERE THEY PLAY' TUESDAY. All school children will be admitted free tp the Airdome tomorrow night If accompanied by a grown person. It is the last night of the Airdome and there will also be music by Reyes's Kid band. Don't miss it. Special Sale On Our 40c teis Chocolate, Vanilla and Vanilla Nut 25 cents pound. WEDNESDAY ONLY We are the only confectionery now using hot water to cleanse with" at our fountain. National. Cincinnati at Chicago. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Pittsburg. American. Philadelphia at New York. Chicago at St. Louis. Cactus. Douglas at El Paso. HOW THEY STAND. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Montgomery First game: Mont gomeo', 2; Memphis, 1. seven Innings by agreement. Second game; Mont gomery, 2; Memphis, 8; seven innings by agreeent. At Mobile First game: Mobile, 4; Atlanta, 0, seven innings by agree ment. Second game: Mobile, 0; At lanta, 3. At Birmingham: Birmingham, 10; Nashville, 1. J.CalisherDry Goods Co. Caccrw0 " At Racing at the Indianapolis motor speedway will end with the completion of today's program. An especial pro gram of thrillers is being run off as the farewell. BIG GATHERING DF ClTHOLIGIi oth btores At either store you visit tomorrow you will find more and bigger bargains. In addition to the Calisher salvage stock, we will have on sale at 219 N. Stanton St. the remainder of the carpet stock which we bought from the underwriters who handled the Welch salvage. The two stores are located One at One ai 215 Texas St. 219 N. Stanton SffiSirP (Is'feL jiSMKtfmfKrtmC It Kll!s1j3l j-the Notre Dame, the largest church on will be for men only. Both In the procession to Mount Royal and the pontifical mass- at Notre Dame, special positions will be reserved by'sir now being- obtained. If all our farm ers could be educated to the same point, 25 bushels of wheat would bo only a fair crop. Of all forage fed to live stock. at least one-third in cash value remains Wilfred Laurier, the premier of Canada, on the land in the form of manure that nnd iho mmhT-i nf Hft; miwstrv frhff I TtrlTl oU r -,.- 1 -. . . ..... . ... ... . aii icoiuiiug eixiaustea iana to nrnrlnnhl TT&rrtw anil thftir MninotQ I faifflU. n-M-3 :.- a j - - ... (Continued from Page One.) CONFECTIONERY COMPANY, C. S. PICKRELL. Mgr. 206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347 Under the Electric Fountain. Rent the EASY RUNNING WHITE H. L. Stewart Furniture Co., Agents, 310-312 S. Stanton. Onr Motto, Easy Payments, Fair Dealings, Good Goods. Bell 111 RETAIL WHOLESALE , J Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St CITY PLUiVS BMG CO. QUICK SERVICE. GIG X. Campbell St. REASONABLE PRICES. Bell Phone 2104. Use the AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonahle Rates. RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT. HENRY 3IOHR CUT RATE HARDWARE 309 S. EI Pasa St. Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools all kinds Saddles Harness. Cutlerv Tents O? Paint. Etc fiifA Stetson Fall flais Nationnl. P. Chicago 117 Pittsburg 120 New York IIS Cincinnati 124 Philadelphia 121 4. St. Louis 119 Brooklyn 119 Boston 124 American. P. Philadelphia 122 Boston 12 New York 121 Detroit 123 J Washington 126 Cleveland 121 Chicago 119 St. Louis 120 Tcjmn. P. Dallas 13S Houston 13S Ft. Worth . 136 San Antonio 135 Shreveport 139 Oklahoma City 135 Galveston 136 Waco 136 Cnctns. P. Douglas 42 El Paso 39 Cananea 39 Morenci 33 Bisbee 40 Clifton 33 W. L. Pet. SO 37 .684 71 49 .592 6S 50 .575 63 61 .503 - 61 60 .504 48 71 .404 46 73 .386 44 80 .355 W. L. Pet S4 38 .6S9 72 50 .590 70 51 .578 69 54 .561 57' 69 .452 53 68 .43S 46 73 .3SC 36 84 .300 W. L. Pet 8L 57 .587 79 57 .5S1 75 61 .551 74 61 .548 73 63 .525 63 72 .4l67 63 73 .463 37 99 .272 W. L. Pet. 24 IS .571 22 17 .564 21 18 .538 16 17 .485 19 21 .475 11 22 .333 DEMING- AND EL PASO TO SHOOT Will Hare a Contest ISText Sunday for Silver Gup. Wind Interf era With the Eiflemen. - There will be no shoot of the El Paso Rifle club on next Sunday, as the El Paso Shot Gun club will shoot a match with the Doming club on the El Paso grounds. This match is for a cup won twice by thd El Paso club, and if won again next Sunday will become their property Some good shooting is ex pected. Visitors are welcome. For the El Paso Rifle club weekly shoot at Mundy Heights Sunday morn ing, there were 11 riflemen present, besides several visitors. There was a very strong wind early in the morn ing, which interfered with the shooters, and, as a consequence, no very high scores were made in the Hixson medal eient. The scores follow: Lawler, 29; Baca, 2S; Captain Jack, 2S. Paul, 24, Pringle, 24: Filler. 122; Mills, 22; Rutledge, 9; Thompson, 8; Hopple, 13; Corning, 5. For the afety razor donated by Krakauer, Zork & Moye, the follow ing scores were made: Filler, 37; Mills, 34; Rutledge, 31; Baca. 31; Paul, 2S; Lawler, 23; Prin gle, 23; Captain Jack, 21; Thompson, 20; Corning. 16t Hopple. 16. Catholic church from various parts of the world: The following evening there will be a grand civic reception at city hall in honor of the cardinal legate. At midnight, on Tuursday, fully 15.00 men are expected to assemble within the walls of Notre Dame, the largest Catholic edifice in America, to attend midnight mass, in the presence of tne papal envoy and the visiting ecclesias tics. The entire congregation will receive communion, which will be administered by a hundred priests, who will begin their pious labor simultaneously with the opening of the service. Cardinal Gibbons will deliver the sermon on this occasion. The delegates will be wel comed to the church by the noted Sul plcian, tne Rev. N.' A. Troie, S. S. D. D., who Is the rector. Spectacular Mast. ne of the greatest spectacles in con .nectino with the congress will be the pontifical mass to be sung in the open air at Mount Royal park on Frl'day, September 9, at S:30 oclock. ine grandest feature of the work, however, will be the procession of tho Blessed Sacrament, wh?1h will take place next Sunday. As the procession leaves the church of Notre Dame, the bells of tne city churches will be rung in honor of the Host as it will be borne by the papal legate through the city streets under a gorgeous canopy. The route will be magnificently dec orated. Forty triumnhal arches will span the streets at leading points. The famous band of the Royal Sixty-fifth regiment will head the line, discoursing the inspiring music of "O Salutaris Nostia," Right behind the military band will come 250 members of tne Catholic club of New York city, marcning 12 abreast as guard of honor to the cardinal legate. Over 250 Mardiluc. JPrcIntCH. Next In line will be upward of 250 pre lates of the church, all vested in their scarlet or purple robes of office. There will be tbree cardinals, Gibbons of Bal timore, Logus of Armagh, and Vannu telli, of Rome. The long line of bishops and archbishops will include one from Belgium, two from England, one from France, four from Mexico, four from South America. It is ekpected that every diocese Jn the T7niteji States and Canada will ,be represented by a pre late. There will be tnousands of priests in the procession, the secular clergy in black cassock and white surplice. The priests of the various monastic orders in their habits of white, brown, black or gray will add a great variety of color to the scene. To the music of scores ok bands, al ternating with the singing of hymns in honor of the Blessed Sacrament by the members of the Catholic societies of Montreal and Quebec, tne procession will wend its way to historial Mount Royal, from which the city takes Its name. Here, in Manse Park, which is at the base of the mountains, u great altar will be erected upon which solemn pontifical mass will be offered by archbishop Sbaretti, papal delegate to Canada. The sermon will be preached by the most reverend William H. O'Cou nell, archbishop of Boston. 3000 Volcei to Sing Mans. The music of tne mass will be ren dered by a chorus of 300O voices, ac companied by the band of the Sixty fifth regiment More than 100,000 people will kneel on the mountain slopes and in the park and with bowed heads do homage to the Blessed Eucharist as it Is raised above them at the moment of consecration in the pontifical mass and in the solemn service of benediction, whfch Is to fol low tne mass. Cardinal 6ibbons will preach the ser mon at midnight mass in the church of provincial premiers and their cabinets, the judges of the Canadian courts and the mayors of Canadian cities. Latin, French, English. The congress will be divided into sev eral sections. The proceedings of some will be conducted in Latin, in others the deliberations will be carried on in French or in English. The chief discourses of the congress will be delivered by Mgr. Bruchesi, car- j dinal Yannutelli, cardinal Gibbons, car dinal Logue, archbishop O'Conneil, j fertility and maintain good land at its (highest productive point" All school children will be admitted free to the Airdome tomorrow night ii accompanied by a grown person. It is the last nigbt of the Airdome and theTe i will also be music by Reyes's Kid band. I Don't miss it Boston, archbishop Glennon, of St Louis, father Vaughn, of London, Mgr. C. Hay Ian of Belgium, and the abbe Duchesne. Sale of Fort Davis Abandoned Mili- of tary Reservation. Department at tho free to the Airdome tomorrow night if accompanied by a grown person. It is the last night of the Airdorme and there will also be music by Reyes's Kid band. Don't miss it. interior. General iand Office. Wash ington, July 31, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that the Fort Davis abandoned military reservation. Tevas irhloh hnq All school children will be admitted t been surveyed into thirty lots, contain ing zsu.uy acres, and duly appraised, will be sold at public auction under act of Congress of July 5, 1SS4 (23 Stat. 103), by James W. Witten. Superintend ent of the Opening and Sale of Indian lands, on or near the reservation, on November 22, 1910, commencing at 10 oclock a. m. Each lot will be sold C! A T7T rOTT?iTrT1l?-r7" f beP-iTatei3r at not less tnan the ap uiivi!i OVU1M JLXui Jpraised price, but any person may pur- I chase any number of tracts for which he is the highest bidder. Payment must oe made at the time of sale either In postoffice money order, certified check drawn on a national bank, or New York draft drawn by a national bank, each payable to Fred Dennett, Commis sioner of the General Land Office, Washington, D. C. 5. V. Proujdfit, Act ing Commissioner. Approved Aug. I, 1910. Frank Pierce, Acting Secretary. DRY FAEMING TO (Continued From Page One.J tween the five years enGIng -with 1904 and the five ending with 1909, the de crease of our wheat exports was ovr 40 percent. In round numbers, our ex ports of food stuffs in cr.ude condition and food animals were $106,000,000 for the 11 months ending May 31 of this year. $132,000,000 for the same period' in 1909, and ?1S1.000.000 in 190S. A Food Famine. "Food consumption in the United States is increasing more rapidly than food production. That is the explan ation of tfie falling off in exports of all forms of food products. "This country might easily double its wheat yield per acre and make a sim ilar gain in the quantity of everything produced from the land. It requires better cultivation, smaller farms, study of soils and their adaptation to differ ent forms of plant life, rotation of crops, selection of seed as careful as that which the breeder gives to the fiarentage of animals, and proper fer ilisation. By these methods, from 25 to 40 bushels of wheat per acre and a corresponding yield of other crops are All school children will be admitted free to the Airdome tomorrow night if accompanied by a grown person. It is the last night of the Airdome and there will also be music by Reyes's Kid b"5nd. Don't miss it HOPPITY HOP. Are you just barely getting around by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un less you have lost a limb or have a deformity if your trouble is rheu matism, lumbago, sprain, stiff joints. or anything of like nature use Bal lard's Snow Liniment and in no time jou can throw away your crutches and be as well as anyone. Price 25c, 50c and $1.0o! Sold bv all druggists. OES6 oBlI DOUGLAS ts EL PASO WASHINGTON PARK Wednesday Thursday Friday 4 p. Saturday Sunday 3:30 p. m. m. I J in " "", Window Glass for Showcases : j Also Florentine, and Chipped Prompt Put In Tuttle Paint Glass Co. ii Have just received QAELOAD OF AMMUNITION. Also full stock of Winchester, Eemington, Sav age, Marlin and Stevens Rifles and Shot G-nns, Febi ger 22 Automatic Rifle, Fox Shot? Guns and many other new goods. Call and see them. SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO. EL PASO, TEXAS.