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EL PASO jATVD sktlirda7 Sept. it, 1910. The Herald's Sporting News Mziit cznd Jeff On the Jab $ga,in jNot& Uh&i the 'Big acaion 1 OkJer y Bxid Fisher CmPrr 5fS HRS THfcT VMjOVlLVJe HOUSE HFVb VH DvATBD V1IU. -pp 'fejQO TO fWf0M5 MJHO CAN PRODUCE AHO-KR KV0M WHO LtKS ft MCMK AfiO W CAM QOP THAT t -. .. -. i MrVWc. TOUW0NT ?)HPNE TO K(VAfc55 1 W lil K M r V ' LADIES SND GGNTTjErAeM. THIS MAN HAS ACCePTeD OUR CWU.eoC. N fttS Hib AP CAN IX) tVRywiNr BvTTALK. NX MONVV VjfLA, STAFCr Th& TPST & STANniMr. M NISM6VMOS J - I I M ' l THe Nejor revr s H hr.ossv trick f--os. ! . "Imk $ ItesLJfl HT &tCYo i ' V - just utce huwn ee. X $k . lO d b s - I THg OTHER. OMK. wnui ATTgqf f I wL 1CZI IS q xs t j -ru m. - -1 n i --b a. 3v i i i ! t ar i b a i a. y Bur. f- i s i v J Tv Lili llhk JVm , v OJ MV mw PCSt Ps8L Y F " 1 vafe' mm M Pv SJ ' I nin 'J fv f'cW Look for the win dow on the sole of Shoes. $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 MORE MEN learn true com fort each season by wearing Regal Shoes, the only shoe made in quarter sizes. Dapper styles for the young man.' Conservative, genteel styles for those who prefer them. Our Fall Models are here and await your pleasure. ML fcds$ TV JTl i. ........ Fail Catalog mailed on request Ivleasureinent Blanks Free Lamer Shoe Co. 215 ElPaso We Are Especially Equipped To Fit You by Mail. ATTEL WINS FIGHT . . FEOM CHAS. WHITS Feather Weight Champion Defeats His Opponent in Chicago Contest! Milwaukee, "Wis., Sept. 17. Abe Attel, champion feaherweight, won a 10 round no decision bout from Charlie "White of Chicago here last nighr. It was his fast work in the last two rounds that grave him the newspaper decision and until that time "White had a grood chance to break even with the champion. Abe was sent agrinst the ropes in the first, but came back sn;llag and landed a hard lft to "White's face, followed by another to the stomach. In the second rouni there was some fast infighting, with good exchanges at long range. "White got in a har3 right ani left to Attel's face in the ih-d rounJ, but it was even up to the ind and the fourth was a repetition of the third, "Vhite holding his own. In the fifth, "White got to Abe's face, but his blows lacked steam, and Attel sot in some hard 'punches to Charlie's face and body. The sixth was another even break, and both slowel down Jn the seventh. Abe had a shade in the eighth. He -i t landed one which brought blood to "White's nose and ent in a rain of short arm jabs to Charlie's stomach. He de voted his time in the runtn to yetting to White's body and then sent a hard left and right to he face. The champion did ill of the figh ting in the tenth and would hp.ve won the decision on this if no"iing else. apecmatioe Does Not Pay WKee It Comes to Automobile Repairs Bring Your Car To Us is Company oDiie 615 N. Campbell St. Both Phones 4. 4. 4. SPURTLETS. 41 By Tim.) These being sportlets we "will begin by telling of the game at Sacramento yesterday. There wasn't any. In 10 rounds of slug slug at New York Friday night, Jack Goodman of New York' came out ahead in clever ness, and Fighting Dick Hyland of California led in the heavy work. Opin ion was divided as to the decision, had there been one. Chicago at Philadelphia Friday knocked Moore off the rubber in the very first inning by four runs on fo'ur hits, a base on balls and a sacrifice fly. The visitors won, 4-3. Pittsburg came near being shut out at New York .Friday. An only run was made In the ninth by Leach's triple and "Wagner's single. It was the last game of the series. The grand circur meet at Syracuse closed Friday with four good races oC the harness nags An extra heat was required In the 211 trot, when J. Gaha gan drove the gelding Startle to vic tory. All finishes were lively. Detroit got it in the neck at home Friday. Coombs of Philadelphia kept them away from second and the visitors won a 10 run shutout. 1 Meadow's fourth straight victory at I Denver occurred Frida3 when the horse 1 took the third event with ease. 4The card was very ordinarj ' Byersdorf of Des Moines was batted out of the box: bv Denver, an.l Friday's game went to Denver, S-5. The game was called in the eighth on account of darkness. At Indianapolis Fridaj' the horse, Minor Heir, son of Heir at Law, again broke the world's record for a paced mile at the state fair grounds, goinsr the distance in 1:5S 1-2. The former record was 1:59, which Minor Heir himself set in ? race last Mondav. At the Brookline golf championship meet today the middle west will meet the western east for championship hon ors. The winners of the semi-final round were "Warren iC "Wood of the Homewood club, Chicago, and Wm .C. Fownest, jr. of the Oakmont Country club, Pittsburg. The new list of drafted players from major and minor leagues follows: Na tional league: B3' Pittsburg, from Des Moines, Nicoff; by St Louis, from Re glna. Ore, Edmonton, Houston; from Vancouver, "W. Smith, subject to inves tigation American league: By Detroit, From Dallas, Onslow; by Cleveland from San Antonio. Hohnhurs. At Anaconda, Mont-. Friday, Kogo won the mile and an eighth purse race, following the pace set by J. C. Clem until the stretch was reached. Then she responded to Fogartv's urging and passed the leaders with ease. The meeting closes tod" MAVERICKS GO TO BISBEE FOR GAME Hewitt Accompanies Team and WiU Play the Third Base Position. The Mavericks left Friday evening for Bisbee to play the Maroons on their own sand lot. Two games will be played at Bisbee and the clubs will I return for a series with the same team j here Saturday and Sunday. Exhibition . games just now are tabooed by both ' fans and managers. Hewitt accom ' panied the club and the third base po j sition will be played by either Hewitt or Brewster, the new Texas leaguer, who was brought on this week. "While Bisbee and El Paso are bat tling at the Brewery gulch town, Douglas and Cananea will be at it ham mer and tongs down Cananea way. Fat "Wylie, who has developed into the star pitcher of the copper camp club, has been called to California because of the illness of his father, and Max Rear don and Thomas will have to do the pitching aginst Kane and Sorrells. CRUCES BOWLERS ARE COMING HERE TO PLAY WiU Koll Match Game With El Paso at the New Alleys. The 1910 bowling season will open Saturday evening, September 24, with a match bowling contest between the El Paso and Las Cruces teams. A. W. Houck is organizing the El Paso team and the Las Cruces club will be organ ized by M. B. Stevens. The intervalley bowling match will also open the quarters of the new Cactus club in the basement of the Look building. The games will be played on the new continuous alleys which have been instaled in the Cac tus club by Art Woods. Invitations are being sent to bowlers m Las Cruces and El Paso to attend the opening match of the fall and winter bowling season at the sign of the Cactus. CANANEA FORFEITS GAME TO DOUGLAS Cananea, Mexico, Sept. 17. The Can-anea-Douglas ball game was sacrificed to Douglas Friday in the last half of the eighth ining on an argument over a decision at third base. The score stood five and four in favor of Doug las. Umpire Allen was in the right in en forcing discipline, the fans generally concede. FORMER EIj PASO PLAYER IS BACK AT HOME Former plaj-ing manager Jackson, of the Mavericks, returned from Bridge port, Conn., Friday evening and will play with the ex-Mavs Sunday at "Washington park. Jack says he is glad to get back, and as evidence of that fact he had his little blue-eyed small daughter on his shoulder while he was down town greeting his old friends Fri day evening:. p 1 iv " ' ' ' T Base Ball Results ITridya J&esulto. 1 Bedwell Says He Got In the Wrong Pew; That's AI Turf "Kings" To Have Meeting in Chicago Crocked Racing at Windsor. By Bert E. Collyer, Tarf Editor Chicago American NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Boston R. H. E. St. Louis ...1000220 0 0 5 12 3 Boston 0 0320011 x 1 11 3 Batteries St. Louis,. Lush and Phelps; Boston, Brown, Mattern and Graham. Umpires Brennan and Eason. At New York R. H. E. Pittsburg ...00000000 1 1 3 0 New York .,0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 x 3 7 3 Batteries Pittsburg, Liefield and Gibson; New York, Mathewson and Meyers. Umpires O'Day and Johnstone. At Philadelphia R. H. E. Chicago 4 0000000 0 1 14 1 Philadelphia 00020010 0 3 6 0 Batteries Cnlcago, Mclntyre ana Kling; Philadelphia, Moore, Brennan and Dooin. Umpires Rigler- and Emslle. At Brooklyn R. H. E. Cincinnati ..0 0060001 0 7 5 1 Brooklyn ...0 0011001 0 3 6 4 Batteries Cincinnati, CovaleskI and Clark; Brooklyn, Bell and Bergen. Umpires Klem and Kane. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Detroit R. H. ,E. Phila ... .01004110 3 10 16 4 Detroit 00000000 0 0 2 1 Batteries Philadelphia, Coombs and Lapp; Detroit, Willett and Schmidt. Umpires Coiliflower and Evans. E. At Cleveland R, H. "Washington 00000104 0 5 6 2 Cleveland ..0 2000004 x 6 9 2 Batteries Washington, "Walker and Alnsmlth; Cleveland, Mitchell and Land. Umpires Perrine and DIneen. "WESTERN LEAGUE At Wichita. Sioux City 0 0 3 0 12 "Wichita 0 0 0 0 0 0 Batteries: Hammond "Wright and Shaw. R. H. E. 3 0 09 14 0 1 1 0 2 6 3 and Oliller; At Lincoln. R. H. E. Lincoln 0 10 5 0 0 0 Ox 6 9 1. iTopeka 10000000 1 2 5 4 Batteries: Geist and Clark; Thomas son and Agnew. At Denver. R- H. E. Des Moines ..1100020 1 5 7 4 Denver -.4 2 0 1 0 0 lx S 10 2 Batteries: Byerdorf, HIersch and Clemons; Kinsella and McMurray. At SL Joseph. Omaha 0 15 0 0 14 St Joseph 00000000 Batteries: Meltor and Kaufman, Milton and Frambes. Second game. R. H. E. Omaha 133 00021 0 10 12 1 St. Joseph 00010030 0 5 10 3 Batteries: Rhodes and Cadman, Kaufman; Johnson and Coe. COAST LEAGUE. . At San Francisco. R. H. E. Ternon 3 2 1 San Francisco 2 A 2 Batterifcs: "Willett and Brown; Sutor and Williams. At Sacramento: No ball game yes terday on account of the funeral of an official. v SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Atlanta: Atlanta, 9; Mobile, 3. At Chattanooga: Chattanooga, 9; Montgomery, 5. At Nashville: Nashville,. 16; New Orleans, 9. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Minneapolis: Kansas City, 4; Minneapolis, 2. Eleven innings. At Indianapolis: Louisville, 7; In dianapolis, 0. At Columbus: Toledo, 10; Colum bus, 3. At St- Paul: Milwaukee, 7; St. Paul, 5. AUTO NOTES. C. C. Henderson has the distinction of receiving "the first 1911 car in El Paso. It is a National-40, delivered this week by the Sturges company. D. C. Wease of Marfa toured into El Paso this week in his Overland. EL PASO MVT PLAY A SERIES "WITH ROSWELL Roswell wants to play ball with El Paso. The manager of the Roswell club Is making an effort to schedule a week of games at Roswell with the Maver icks, and offers to guarantee thejr expenses and divide the gate receipts on the percentage basis of 60 and 40. It is probable that the local manage ment will arrange for a week's sched ule of games. They play baseball ev ery day In Roswell. In return the Ros well club will probably be entered in the fair tournament and will play one series of games here before the fair oDen- Chicago, 111., Sept. 17. H. Guy Bed well, the turfman who was ruled off at Latonla during the summer meeting for alleged drugging of the horse Nad zu, and -who recently carried his case before the state racing commission of Kentucky for rehearing, passed through this city recently en route to California. Bedwell. in speaking of his trouble, stated that he had been perse cuted out of his stable, which he val ued at $75,000. It is said that he has (had assurances from the Pacific Coast i Jockey club to the effect that the stew ards will open his case. Furthermore, he expects to race there throughout the coming winter. ' "I was treated very unfairly," said Bedwell. "Hhe mere fact that, I re ported the case of Nadzu to the proper officials and requested that the horse be withdrawn, should have been a point in my favor. However, the rac ing commission was immovable. In fact, so pronounced seemed to be the desire to keep me from the turf that one would have thought that I had been in the ' habit of stimulating my horses. That such a thing Is erro neous is borne out by the fact that this was the first time I or my racers had been questioned. Loiil? Racine Career. "During my career on the turf I won more races than any other individual. To this I lay a part" of my trouble or antagonism displayed by the offi cials who handled my case. You see the Cella combination are known to be ( heavy handbook operators. "Well, my , horses were so well known, and won so frequently, that the public got Into the habit of betting on them when ever they started, no matter what the company might be. My winning so many races naturalls put a crimp into their bank rolls. This much has been admitted to me. "Had I been fined ?1000. or had the officials barred the horse Nadzu It would not have been so bad, but for them to actually confiscate $75,000 worth of property does not seem ex actly right, t "I have assurance from judge Hop per, presiding official at Oakland, Cat to the effect that the Pacific Coast club" will open my case, and I expect a favorable decision and to race there throughout the winter." Politico In It. The Bedwell case, because of the size of the stable, through he prominence of its owner, has attracted countrywide attention, and comment. It has been hinted that powerful Interests were allied with the ex-Denverite in the "ownership of these houses. Many R. H. EL j strings, as a result of thK were pulled 0 0 11 11 1 at Lexington, but without avail. Ru- 00 2 7 j mor had it that Bedwell got in Gonding; j "dutch" because he appealed to the wrong political party. Be all this as it may, opinion of course differed anent the matter, many claiming that even were Bedwell guilty of a con travention of the rules of racing, he should have been accorded the proroga tion of disposing of 'his horses. As previously Intimated, it would seem that the end is not yet. Crooked Cnnndinn Racing. "Never again." With the close of the "Windsor race meeting the T. E. Powers club gained many recruits. From re turning jhorsemen. those who partici pated at the recent one day session at Hawthorne race track, this city, a state of affairs likened on"Jy to a recru descence of the happenings credited to old Roby Algiers, of New York, is 'laid down at "Windos door. The chief trouble seems to be the "protection" accorded a certain clique of surething operators and who have a jockey ring at their beck and call. These people Or rather their tactics were the direct j cause of form, as delineated by past performances, being at a discount. Be cause of all this and the shabby treat- j ment accorded thorn, the American con tingent havo lifted the right mitt heavenward and declare "never again." Lexington Races. Lexington. Ky will on September 19 take up the running, being followed by meetings at Louisville and Latonia. In all. there will be 45 days of racing this fall in the Bluegrass state. The stake lists just announced by the new Louisville Jockey club, also that of tne Latonia club, indicate a new lease of life for the sport in the middle w"?t. Among the owners who have made lib eral stake engagements are Messrs. Hildreth, Belmont, Madden, "Whitney and others of like caliber. Louis illo Rncev Manager Matt "Winn, of Louisville, states that all stakes for the spring meeting of 1911 will carry Increased 1 values. "It Is our intention." said Mr. "Winn, "to make Churchill Downs the horsr haven of America. In order to carry out the tentative plans I have had $150,000 placed at my disposal. "Among the improvements will be a more commodious betting enclosure. Improved pari-mufual machines, and a new paddock. When completed we will be able to handle the increased attend ance without the slightest Inconveni ence." "Winn, it will be remembered, fathered the resurrection of the ma chines and incidentally popularized them. , monster meeting of racing solons in this city. A.:oi.g those who will be ! present will be Thomas K. "Williams, of the Pacific Coast Jockey club; John Condon, the blind turfman of the west: j Matt "Winn, of Louisville, Juarez and t Empire City tracks; John Hachmeis- ter and Messrs. Brown and Pons, of j Jacksonville. Brown, -who Is at pres- , ent on the high seas reyirning from I Buenos Ayres will make known his i stake list as well as the opening date j for Moncrief Park. The latter has been seml-officlally set tor November loch. j Matters of special import to the turf are scheduled for discussion at the forthcoming session. Novelty's Victory. The splendid victory of Novelty in the futurity was especially illustrative . v ... .s. V....j vr. w.....4A, V.1.4. . championship series between the Cuba championship series between the cubs and the Philadelphia Americans will not be held for two weeks at least. It is said, however, that the opening game will be played Sunday, October 16, at the National league grounds in Chicago. I '34'4""i- 4 "t1 4 STATISTICAL DOPE. (By Art "Woods.) $ " TTHERE THEY PLAY SUNDAY. National. No games. Americas. Philadelphia at Detroit. New York at St. Louis. Boston at Chicago. Cactus. El Paso at Bisbee. Douglas at Cananea. HOW THEY STAND. National. Teams G. Chicago 128 "- - i ... . .. . balance Of the rldintr talent. Assistant -fittSDurg in (starter John Hogan, a Chicago lad, New York 131 ! writes very intelligently on the sub- i Philadelphia 134 I ject: (Cincinnati 136 I "Shilling could have won the fU- I St. Louis 129 j turity on either Novelty. Bashti or ! Brooklyn 132 jRockville. The latter colt ran an es- J Boston J 134 pecially good race. The fact of the 1 matter is that Shilling is easily 1 pounds a better rider than any othe'r j boy now riding on this continent. ! "A natural rider, fhn lad also nn- I Dears to be imbued with sunerhiiman r Boston j cunningness. In a word he is alwavs Detroit ! n;..' ,i,., . i 4. " Clevela Chicago 133 St. Louis 13o q j American j-r Teams G. Philadelphia l&a New York 133 133 136 nullincr somethlner nw on th rft vf 'Cleveland .-135 i tvio. t-iit-ct i, ,-,- vt- . .I Washington ......136 .y 4.vwo ,. tt..j w. uj, uu. , .n- rldlng on this continent. Take for ' instance In the futurity. While the bal ' ance of the field was ttirnincr and I tTtMcHno- ChnHnrr fnnV "RnoUr' 7.a ' CaCtlH. ... .w...0. .......j;, .ww;.. j-.v.-s.-i, ,. , v. . stable nickname for Novelty, over to ' ieam the fence and so close that the colt Douglas 4o was leaning againt it. I noticed the Cananea 43 lad bobbing up and down, and vj-n EI Paso - investigation found that he had his , soee 44 left ffot on the top rail of the fence, thereby relieving the mount of every ounce of his weight. "Whenever he j caught my eye he would sit down. ( "When It Is taken into consideration that Love Not caused a delay of 12 minutes it can easily be seen how val uable were these tactics. Speaking of Love Not. it must be admitted that the W. L. Pet. S8 40 687 78 56 .5S2 76 55 .580 68 66 .507 68 68 .500 53 76 .411 52 SO .394 46 SS .343 W. L. Pet. 93 40 .699 77 56 .579 76 57 .571 77 59 .566 61 74 .452 59 77 .434 53 SO .399 41 9.4 .304 "W. L. Pet. 26 19 .5.-S 24 19 .558 23 19 .54i 20 24 .455 ROSWELL TO PLAY MANY BASEBALL GAMES THERE Roswell. N. M., Sept. 17. Next Mon day, the Santa Fe baseball team is ex pected here to play Roswell five- games, bTf"niig Tuesday afternoon. Las "Ve gas is to be here the following week; t.ien Roswell goes to Albuquerque and filly ran a truly wonderful race, and later El Paso is expected to come to It Is mj- prediction that had she not j Roswell. 1 mi auai';e me start sne wouia 'have been hard to trim. As to Bashti. I can only say that whatever chance she "had of winning was destroyed when they put Glass astride of her. How such a shrewd trainer as Tom "Welsh could have seen fit to put him up Is more than close observers can under stand. The honor of the futurity was not Novelty's, it was Shilling's. In this respect he has been Hlldreth's best asset 'during the present season." PLAYING- OFF THE BIG- BALL SERIES Arrangements to Be Made Shortly for World Cham pionship GaniQS. Chicago, 111., Sept 17. According to Gary Herrmann, president of the na tional commission, a meeting to decide TEXAS POSTOFFIGES SOW IN PRESIDENTIAL CLASS Washington, D. C. Sept. 17. Receipts having advanced them to tne presi dential class, the Blum, Dayton and Granado, Texas, postoffices will here after yield their postmasters $1100 an nuallv and Mission, Texas, $1200. In buying a cough medXoIne, don't ba afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. There is no danger from It. and relief is sure to follow. Especially rec ommended for coughs, colds and whoop ing cough. Sold by all druggists. DANDER I NE ProdaeeB thick. lnxHriaat ltalr vrii aH et&er remedies fall. W CBiruttl, D&Hderine. All DrujMrfat. 2Se. W am fl, er ead tklm Ad Trita ICe fstxaas a liver) for a laree fr saaasla. JCXOWLTON DANDBRINJE CUeaK. THIMBU ! rroriTQ elpaso fpt ?q VlfUi!3 THURSDAY DUtL 1 . D I THE THRILLER SUPREME,, Tile BALLOOrVSSS ip aPnaJ PERSONS Uct JKggr inyestedfl 700 horses Sgpd Ipr $3,500,000 T 40 ELEPHANTS 8 DOUBLE LENGTH AA CAGES OF IgtfJB 3 RAILROAD CARS 1 Ulf WILD ANIMALS MKm I lS8k 60 ACROBATS and 60 AEREAUSTS and 7 mPOJgVA AllC iailjf flQllU iilC 01C,l.i3l.-OULHJU2 .Vv ' 6 Ten K&I&J'9 8rs t6e 6rMl Kwj& 51 Clowns 109 lets rVJ sls L o H iAiB i s3SY iis 111 nllilli ' Jiii'iliil''1'1'1 IH CHTHGET ADMIT TO ALfe Al Ten O'clock Every Morning the Longest, Richest Street Parade Ever Seen Admission tickets and reserved seats will be on sale circus day at the A. E. Ryan & Co. Drug Store, at exactly the same prices charged at the regular circus ticket wagons. I aeptemDer loin is tne uaie act iur a.