The Herald's Sporting News
C. A. STEWART, Pre. ana Gen. Mgr.
J. A. LEAHY, VIce-Pres.
J. TV. BARKER, See. and Trcas.
H. I. VVCGHX. Gen. Supt.
E. D. PARK, Sales Mgr.
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Hitherto valueless lands paying large profits in Fibre production-Made possible by the recent invention of
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Commercial 3?ibre, such as is used in the manufacture of
rope, mats, cheap door covering, hammocks, nets, cheap
brushes, hair brushes, tooth brushes, hand brushes, etc., is
for the most part produced in Mexico.
Large areas in Mexico are given over to the exploiting of
the lechuguilla plant, which produces a large percentage of
the fibre exported by that country.
The plains of Southwest Texas abound in the lechuguilla,
Thousands and tens of thousands of acres are going to waste
annually for the mere lack of initiative in the establishing of
a highly profitable industry within our own borders.
The Vaughn Fibre Machine makes possible a pleasing,
profitable business. A single machine can produce a net
profit of from $30.00 to $50.00 per day, and fibre always finds
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That the United States imports more than $30,000,000.00
of fibre annually from Mexico alone?
That one state in Mexico alone can produce more than
thirty millionaires, who have made their fortunes in fibre?
That fibre is one of the easiest crops to produce and har
vest in the world. In Texas the plant grows wild and merely
requires the gathering and cleaning?
That the fibre market is one wherein the demand far ex
ceeds the supply?
That the uses for fibre are increasing nearly every day?
That there is more money in fibre than in fruit or alfalfa ?
That the Vaughn Fibre Machine is the only perfect fibre
machine on the marJiet today and it is portaoie ? -
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El Paso, Texas
to See Our
Both El Paso and Douglas
Defeat the Cheynne In
dians on Monday.
Douglas "held on to first place by de
feating the Cheyenne Indians In the
fafr tournament-in the second -gatne
of the day, Monday. The score stood
5 to 1- During the first five innings
neither side -was .able to get a man
across the plate, but Cheyenne scored
one in the sixth. Harris -went out,
third to first; "Whalen made first on a
fumble by the third baseman; Ga
lena knocked a-n "easy -one" to the
pitcher and sacrificed "Whalen to sec
ond, -who scored on Hester's single
past second. '
Douglas scored her first in the sev
enth. Harper fiied out to second, who
grabbed it off the sky. "Watson Hied
safe to center, Carlson singled tothe
same place and Matty took third. Kane
Three base hits Jackson, Flick.
Two base hits Gray, Goult, Brown,
Left on bases El Paso A, Cheyenne 5
Bases on balls Gray 2, Cavet 3.
Struck out Gray 5, Cavet C.
Hit by pitcher Cavet (Gray, Flick.)
Double plays Flick to Jones to
Jackson; Brown to Walker to Hester.
Hits Off Gray. 14 in S 1- 3innings;
off Abies, 0 in 2-3 inning.
Time 2 hours.
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MAKES NEW EECOED
FOR AIR DUMBING-
New York, X. Y.. Nov. i. A "baby
"Wright rpadster, with Ralph Johnstone
at tne wheel, glided gracefully to
arth in the twilight at the close of
fhe' international aviation meet at Bel
mont park last evening with the baro
graph registering a new world's rec
ord for altitude. The little machine of
only .35 horse power had been up 7,714
feet, exceeding by 528 feet, the height
attained in France on October 1 by
Henry JY. "Winnmalon, of Holland.
EW HECORD IS MADE
IX BICYCLE RACE
Boston, Mass., Nov. 1. A new Ameri
can' record for a tenlap track in a six
day bicycle race, 10 hours a day, was
made at the conclusion of the first 10
hours of the six days bicycle race at
the Boston arena last night. Eight
teams tied at 220 miles one lop. The old
mark of 222 miles 3 laps was made at
tne arK square track in this city in
eion occurred. Snapp. of Douglas, hit
eaXe to third; Mills beat out a bunt;
Powell played the same trick; Harper
fanned. Mathewson hit to third, who
(threw, 'Snapp out at home. Carlson
doubled X6 left, scoring Mills, Howell
and' Mathewson. Carlson scored on a
wild pitch, and Kane fiied out to third.
Cheyenne could do nothing in the last
Inning. The score
Maag, 2b 4
Smith, ss 3
Snapp, 3b 4
Mills, If 4
Powell, c 4
Harper, rf 4
Mathewson, cf . . 4
Carlson, lb 4
Ivane, p 3
in tne day reduced
the number of teams from 12 to 10,
while Iver Lawson, of Salt Lake, will
be laid up for some time with a broken
j collar bone. Fred est of San Fran
cisco, of the uest-Mitten team, was
also obliged to withdraw, while Law-
son or tne L.awson-aiKer team, was i
out with a broken a collar bone.
Gordon "Walker, of ..istralia, and
"Worth Mitten, of Davenport, Iowa,
made a new team and went into the
race with a handicap of one lap against
Totals 34 1012 27
Cheyenne AB. R. K. PO.
Whelan, ss 3 1 0 4
Galena, If 3 0 0 1
Hester, lb 4 0 1 2-
Goult, rf 4 0 0 0
Lyons, cf 3 0 1 0
Gibson, c 3 0 1 10
ThrailkllL 3b 2 0 0 3
Brown, 2b 3 0 0 3
Harris, p' 3 0 0 1
Totals 28 1 3 24 13 4
Runs by innings: 123456789
Douglas 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 x 5
Cheyenne 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Three base hit Carlson.
Two base hit Harper.
Left on "bases Doughis 7, Chey
Base on balls Kane 2. Harris 1.
Struck out Kane 5, Harris 8.
Wild pitches Harris 1.,
Time 1 hour 40 minutes.
El Paso' Game.
In the El Paso-Cheyenne game,
lowing was the score:
El Paso AB. R.
Flick, ss" 3 1
Graham, If 3 1
Jackson, lb 5 1
Dan Patch Hdlds Reception
At Fair Grounds Wednesday
Dan Patch I Fond of Children.
NELSON FIGHTS A DRAW;
SHOWS HE CANT C03IE BACK
San Francisco, Cal. Nov. 1. Battling
Nelson and Antone LaGrave, of this
city, fought a' 15 round draw last night
before the Broadway Athletic club.
While Nelson displayed all of nis old
time borlngin tactics and kept after
LaGrave from the start, he clearly dem
onstrated that he is to be classed with
the fighters who cannot come back.
Several times he had the local worried
but the dane could not gather the force
to send home a knockout punch.
LaGrave was nervous at first and for
thijee or four rounds it looked as
though the old champion was going to
have an easy time of it.
A unique social
nounced for Friday
fair grounds. The
function is an
afternoon at the
affair has been
almost equal fame and popularity with
women and children all over the United
States for his beauty, gentleness, in
telligence and winning manners. As a
planned by fair officials and is in honor j coit he had vouns: women as nla-vmates
of the most distinguished equine guest ( antI it is a part of t)? folk lore of hls
that ever visited El Paso, Dan Patch. Indiana birthplace that ha once saved
j champion harness horse of the world. , a little girl's life by the display of
v iiile no cards have boen issued, , judgment and rare "horse sense' He
the Dan Patch reception will be select, , has always shown an uffusual fond-
and only those who know and admire ,
good horses are invited. The guest of
honor will receive all visitors and will
be assisted in the entertainment by i
"Patch," the little silver Yorkshire -j
terrier that is the champion's constant
Whelan, ss 5
Galena, "if 5
Hester, lb . . 4
Goult. rf 5
Lyons, cf 4
Gibson ,c 5
Thraikill. 3b ... 4
Brown, 2b 3
Cavet. p ..3
FIGHTEirS ASPIRATIONS ARE
KNOCKED INTO COCKED HAT
Utica, N. Y., Nov. 1. Con. O'Kelly,
who has aspirations to meet Jack John
son, was out generaled by Hank Grif
fin, of California, here last night in a
10 round go. Griffin knocked O'Kelly
down In the third round and opened a
.deep gash over his right eye, to re
ceive a moment later a savage jab.
Griffin proved the better fighter but
O'Kelly's extra weight enabled him to
stay until the finish.
Totals 38 S 14 24 10 3
Runs b5r innings: 123456789
El Paso .4.0 2 0 1 0 0 7 0 x 10
Cheyenne 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 1 8
Home run Graham-
NEW MEXICO GETS
PUBLIC LAND MONEY
Santa Fe, X. M., Xov. 1. Land com
missioner E. P. Ervien has received $23,
393 from the United States treasury,
"being 5 percent of the net proceeds of
the sale of public lands during the past
fiscal year. This swells the total re
ceived from, that source for the perma
nent school fund to $94,475, which is
invested to hear 4.G percent interest.
The mounted police declared after in
vestigation that Pablo Gallegos, who
was found at Anton Chico, Guadalupe
county, with a bullet hole in his head,
and his revolver at his feet, committed
suicide, and had not been murdered, as
his wife alleged.
The New Mexico College of Agricul
ture and Mechanic Arts Iras announced
. the result )f its analysis of 2ew Mex
! ico waters, showing the water of the
' Santa Fe is the purest of the waters
i analyzed, containing onlv six particles
j of solids in 100,000 particles of water,
while the Rio Puerco had the highest
sonu contents. 6 in auv,uuu; tne Lu
cero, Chama, Pueblo. Red, Ver-mejo, For
nando, San Juan, Gila, Cameron, Rio
Grande, Las Animas and La Plata rang
ing in the order named.
companion and mascot, a'nd Charles
Plummer, the man who has cared for
Dan Patchs' wants during the past
eight years. The hours will be from
1 to 3 and the place will be the Dan
Patch special apartments now being
built on the fair grounds.
-While Dan Patch has always been
popular with horsemen for
qualed speed, he has been
ness for members of the fair sex and
children, hundreds of thousands of
whom have visited him during his long
racing and exhibition career.
Through the strenuous days of his
record breaking efforts ,Dan had little
time to devote to admiring visitors.
Now that he is traveling as an exhi
bition horse and as the head of the
Savage stable, with Minor Heir, Lady
Maud C, Hedgewood Boy and George
Gano doing the record reducing, the
champion of them all has plenty of
time to indulge his social innlinatinnc
his une- j and he is doubtless expecting the time
attaining I of his life Friday afternoon.
THREE ARE INJURED
WHEN BUGGY BREAKS
Bible School Opens at Quay,
N. M., to Continue f or
Tucumcari, X. M., Xov.' 1. While Dr.
E. C. Haworth with his wife and three
monthsold infant was driving into San
Jon, his home, in the eastern part of
this county, the buggy in which they
were riding, became uncoupled and pre
cipitated the three into the road, bruis
ing Dr. Haworth and his wife and se
riously injuring the baby, depressing the
skull over the right ear. and rendering
it unconscious for the rest of the night.
At last accounts it had shown some im
provement, but was not yet considered
out of danger.
Four companies of Unted States ma
Tines passed through here from Phila
delphia on their way to the island of
Guam where they will go to duty." Sev
eral hours were spent here while the
troops were fed at the restaurant.
A Bible school was ooened at the
'Baptist church at Quay, this county.
todaj', the school to continue five days.
This is the result of the action taken
by the recent convention of Baptists at
Logan, X. M., this being the first ses
sion. The sessions are to extend not
loncer than 10 days, and are to be fol
lowed bv an institute.
P. B. Scotland and wife, of Metcalf,
Ariz., are here for the week and will
stay until the last day has closed. ?.:r.
Scotland is superintendent of the VrJ
zona mine at iletcalf.
OPERATES NEAR TO
Man Holds Up Messenger
Boys Next Door to Of
That the- miscreant who inveigled the
F.lite confectionery and Peonl-' dmcr
store into sending merchandise and
change for $5 bills to 519 San Antonio
street, where the messenger boys were
beld up, was a bold bad man, is made
certain by the fact that J. C Stansel,
chief of the city detective department,
occupies apartments at 519 1-2 San An
Mr. Stansel states that, .ho cfnro
building numbered 519 San Antonio
street, is not occupied at present. He
also sa3"s that members of his fainilj'
Saturday and Sunday saw strange men
loitering around -the place.
NEW PASTOR IN" CHARGE
OF TULAROSA UNION CHURCH
Tularosa, X. L. Xov. 1. Rev. B. TV.
Allen of Marfa. Tex., has arrived. He
will have charge of the union church
pulpit hereafter, preaching every first
and third Sundays.
Rev. Berry ma n of Alamogordo has
made arrangements to reach here once
a month for the Baptist comjre'mtion.
Mike McDonald, who has been serious
ly ill for some time, is dead. Interment
was made Tuesdaj- at the City cemetery.
Turkish baths for gentlemen at Gem
Barber Shop, 206 S. El Paso.
THREE WOMEN ARE
HURT IN AN AUTO
Collision of Two Gars on the
County Road Going to
the Horse Show.
Without serious injury, five persons
were ibadly jolted in two automobiles,
which collided shortly before 8 oclock
Monday night on Alapieda avenue near
Luna street. A seven passenger car,
driven by W. Bpb Hilgartner, containing
three young wemen hurrying to the
horse show at the fair grounds, collided
with a five passenger car, unoccupied
except by the driver. Fred Swatzel.
Although both cars were damaged, the
smaller machine almost demolished, none
of the riders were thrown from their
seats. Miss May Harris was painfully
bruised, and is confined to her home,
221 S St. Louis street- Ais Tllian Fash
I was slightly bruised, and her clothing
torn, but Ms JHedic Andresen was un
hurt. Both drivers kept their seats and
Following the collision, the young
women were removed to the nearby
residence of James X. Bradt, 33JH. Ala
meda street, and later taken to their
homes. Swatzel's car was badly dam
aged and rendered useless bv a broken
rear axle, while the larger machine re
ceived a broken fender. Physicians at
tended the passengers before their re
moval to their homes, but only Miss
Harris suffered very much. She sus
tained biuise on the left side. There
was general fright among the other pas
sengers. The collision occurred near the center
of the thoroughfare. Hilgartner was
makinjr a circuit to avoid n hore ve
hicle traveling in the same direction,
while bwatzei, who had delivered his
passengers at the park, was returning
to the city. The two cars came together
RIG-HTS OF JUDGE
IN JURY TRIALS
Supreme Courts Rules on
Important Matters in
Washington, D. C, Xov. 1. A. man's
constitutional rights are not necessarily
violated because jurymen trying him on
a charge of murder are allowed to sepa
rate to read newspapers during the trial,
it is held by tbe supreme court of the
The court held similarly in regard, to
the refusal of a judge to send the jury
out of the courtroom during arguments
on the admission of evidence.
Furthermore the court laid down the
rule that the act of requiring the ac
cused to put on a coat, alleged. 'to have
been worn when the crime charged was
committed did not amount to ''requiring
the prisoner to testify against him
self." These points were made in the de
cision of the court in refusing to inter
fere with the sentence of life imprison
ment imposed by the federal circuit court
of western Washington unon James H.
Holt on a charge of having murdered
I Henry E. Johnson in Fort Wbrdea bar
In announcing the opinion of the
court, justice Holmes says that the trial
judge had gone to the limit in the ex
ercise of fois discretion in the trial, but
that he had committed no reversihla
"Xo doubt the more conservative
course," said justice Holmes, "is to ex
clude the jury during the consideration
of the admissibility of confessions, but
there is force in the judge's view that
if the juries are fit to play the part as
signed to them by our law, they will be
able to do what a judge has to'do every
time he tries a case on the facts with
out them, and we cannot say that he
was wrong in thinking that the men
before him were competent for their
In regard to the jury separating dur
ing the trial, justice Holmes said that
if the mere opportunity for prejudice
and corruption was to raise a presump-'
tion that they exist, it would be hard
to maintain jury trials.
As to the coat incident, the justice
made the remark, tha.7; the principle un
derlying this objection would forbid
jury even to look at a prisoner and
compare his features with a photo-
BY SMALL BOYS
Hallowe'en, the 'een on which nothing
is hallow to small boys, went off with
a rattle of "tick tacks" and a bang of
front nates in El Paso Fridav -mfrlif
The eve of All Saints' day was cele- i
bratea with its usual juvenile lawless
ness, and grownup pranks in home par
tie and at church social.
There were parties without end in
Sundaj school rooms, lodss, clubs and
residences. The Y. M. C. A. and the
Y. W. C. A. held elaborate social af
fairs, and the sj-robol of the event, tne
boogy. boogv pumpkin lantern, reigned
full swav. There were spook sessions
and old fashioned games.
Hallowe'en, which lias lost most of ifs
religious significance, represents the
-noiy eve' oeiore All Saints' daj which
today is being celebrated in Roman
Catholic and Episcopal churches. All
Souls' day immediately follows on Wed
nesday, with ' recognition only in the
Roman Catholic churches.
X. ' 1 ' SS. 'v
Pedigree is everytliing here it is.
Cigarettes blended of pure Virginia and
Carolina tobaccos leaf that traces its
ancestry back to the origin of the smok
er s pleasure. Mellow and mild wrax
AvL 7IYj$ pedinthe Wheat Strawpaper toahave
oX "fc, s I fu always used to roll your own cigarettes
Mild and Satisfying
ID for 5c
Texas League baseball pictures and
a valuable coupon in each packago
Old Mill Cigarettes are packed in
J- E. RHE
Tne Republican convention that
nominated and placed befoVe the peo
ple the present splendifl ticket are in
no sense politicians but earnest and
busy business men who are Interested
only in the good government of El Paso
county. The offico of district clerk is
one of the most important in the
county, and they selected as their can
didate Mr. J. i:. Rhein to make the race
against the present incumbent, Ike Al
derete. Mr. Rhein has never held or
sought political office and therefore is
not known as a politician but has many
loyel friends and staunch supporters
wno know him as a hustler and are
giving liira their support.
Mr. Rhein has lived in El Paso many
years, has held many responsible po
sitions, Is a clerical man of rare auuity,
stands high in social and church circles,
and Is known as an unrlght citizen. He
Is making a clean canvass, Is opposed
to the slush fund In politics and hopes
for and expects the vote of every citi
zen interested In good government.
While -he is a Republican he is making
no fight against anyone and is running
solely on his merits and qualifications
for tne office he seeks. He Is vouched
for by the strongest and most influ
ential business men in El Paso, not
only In his own party but In that of his
opponent. It will be impossible for
him to see each voter personally but
we appeal to you to give him your
We confidently believe you will do
your county a service and go to the
polls and give Mr. Rhein your vote.
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