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EE PASO HERALD
Friday, December 16, 1910. 15 Sunset liocSgIVES f J Los Angeles, San Francisco, 4 Portland and Seattle . FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM EL PASO ' CARRYING UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT TWENTY HOURS 'SHORTEST TIME TO LOS ANGELES For tickets and Sleeping car accommodations, call at Gty Ticket Office-St Regis Hotel Building W. 0. McCormick, G. A. J. E. Monroe, 0. T. A. FERROCARRILES NACIONES DE MEXICO NATIONAL RAILWAYS OF MEXICO .MciWR5 C.ipiLNC-T YOU HAVE HEARD MUCH OF MEXICO CITY "Tie most historic capital in the two Americas.' These and many other places of intense interest to the traveler, the artist, the student. Through out Mexico are wonderful opportunities for the capitalist or the man -with "just a little" to invest. For detailed information,, special rates and liter ature, address: - , C. W. FISH, Traffic Manager. W. F. PAT0N, Asst Gen. Pass. Agt Priraera Calle Vergara No. 209, Mexico City, Mexico. A. A. ESC0NTRIAS, City Pass. Agent, Postal Cable Bldg., El Paso, Texas " ' THE ELEVATOR , ; . in The Herald JBuildIng runs nights and Sundays as well as,iaf? regular office hours. i A "" t THE JAXLTOB, SERVICE , s in The Herald Building is the most efficient In El Paso. 'THE LOCATION ' -. 7 at the very heart of the business center, -where every car goes by the door. ' ' THE ROOMS ' have the highest ceilings in town, and are bright ,and airy, thoroughly warmed by steam In winter. ' - ,- THE PRICES ' l --V .afloK?as consistent with the highest standards of seryio. J! w Wf J 36- "& NO EXTRAS 4tMr 1 5' ! BASKETBALL. j Bryan Bros, team came to" the front Wednesday night -n Hie .itei.;r.S game of the Commercial league basketball by defeating the Interna tior.als, Ih league leaders, by the score of 11 to 6. Team work played an importmt part throughout the game, and accountei to "Wheezing in the lungs Indicates that phlegm is obstructing the air passages. BALLARD'S, EOREHOUND SYRUP loosens the phlegm so that it can be roughed up and ejected. Price 25c; 50c and 51.00 per hottle. Sold by Scott White & Co.. "264 Mills street, and De pot Pharmacy. ON DOS E ENDS INDIGbST YSPEPSH OR "A little Diapepsin Tvill Promptly regulate any Bad Stomach. Why not get some now this mo ment, and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion? A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles. Give it a good eat, then take Pape's Diapepsin to start the di gestive juices working. There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations- of undigested food; no feeling like a lump of lead in the stom ach or Jieartburn, sick headache and Dizziness, and your food will not fer ment and poison your breath Tvitih nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here, And will relieve the most obstinate Route TO jsa a.a.1 WOt -a-W a great extent for the Bryan Bros, team's success. Teague and Mudd were the individual stars of the game. Walz company defeated the Shalton Payne in a -well fonght game. The score was 11 to 9. A sreat imorov- ment ,n the playing of the team; could I night. - T. 3L C. A. league standing is as fol- j lows: .Won. Lost. Pet International Book Co 5 3 .625 1 Walz Co . '.4 4 - .500 Bryan Bros 4 4 .500 sneuon-iayne 3 5 .375 -j . Cut gjlass for gifts buy at Snyder Jewelry Co.'s auction Schrafff s chocolates "At The Purity.' A SI case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach Sn five minutes. There is nothing else better to take t Gas from Stomach and cisanse the ' stomach and intestines, and. besides. one single dose will digest and prepare for assimilation Into the blood all your food the same as a sound, healthy stomach would do it. When Diapepsin works, your stom ach rests gets itself in order, cleans up and then you feel like eating wihen you come to the table, and what you eat will do you good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you s soon as you decide" to take a little Diapepsin. Tell your druggist that you want Pipe's Diapepsin, because you want to become, thoroughly cured this time. wpr ION, GUS, CK STOMACH. x arrange their dates for 1911, and also Remember, if your stomach feels l make some changes in the bylaws gov out of order and uncomfortable now, j erninjr the rules of racintr nn th hie- you can cet relief in five mlnutea. FIRST TBYOUT OF MEETING Despite the Heavy Sledding, Veracruz Selling Stakes Race Proves Thriller. Mudrunners had their inning at Ter razas park Thursday, the first chance they have had since tne race meeting opened. The rain started just as the horses were going to the post for the first race, and had the going groggy by post time for the fourth race. In spite of the heavy sledding, the Vera cruz selling stake race proved a whirl Dorante horse in the final judgment. Jac- lina, Dorante and ann Louis were the i candidates for the honors- In this race jockey Molesworth, recognized as the best of the boys at the track, wai ' forced to surrender to little Van Dusen, lately arrived at the park and riding J out his first week. ' Van Dusen, on Jacquelina made his move at- exactly the right time, after laying off in the early .part of the race The finish was a heart-breaking tone from the final turn, but Van Dusen kept his head witn him and outgamed the Dorante horse In the judgment. Jac quelina laid behind the two others un til the far turn when Van Dusen opened up and pushed his mount alongside the others and away they went for a three column finish. Dorante was un able to hold out.against the fast moving Jacquelina in the dual to the flnisn. Louis. could not hold the final pace and dropped back to third position in the final furlong. First Race. Ragged. The first race was a ragged exhibi tion 'with Boana-winning under shady j conditions. Boana -.vas running well out in front during .the first part of the race but was stopping at the end. He crossed over in front of Pit-a-Dat at the head of the stretch causing Rettig to pull up. The jockey claimed a foul, but it was not allowed by the judges. Pit-a-Pat was coming strong at the finisn but lost the chance in the mix up. Count De Oro was third. Semp ronium away third in the second race had the race in command all the way and won with ease from Little March mont, which ran- a game race after a bad beginning. Sterlin was rated in front all the way and had little diffi culty In beating ilockler, which showed a new life and ran a good race Thursday. Flying Wolf ran out "on the turn for home and lost what chances yie had to win out Execute Takes Fifth. Execute put the death sign on Cha? pultepec and the others in the fifth race. Execute turned down the barrier break for first place and laid in behind the pacemakers, until the stretch turn was passed when he moved up and beat Chapuitepec which rana good race and hung on the bitter end. Fred Mulhol land, the old distance horse, ran his usual heady race under the manage ment of Retthj In tire final event, a one mile selling race. Mulholland let tht others do the race in the early part, came on at the turn for home and put lit over Light Wool which had done all the work up to that point. The Peer 1 ran a Kteadv race hut rru1r1 Tint srpt iin The Summaries. First race, five and a half furlongs, selling, twoyearolds,. value to first, $225 -r-Boana, 108 (Benschoten) 11 to 20, won; Pit-a-Pat, 112 (Rettig) 9 to 2, second; Count De Oro, 106 (Ganz) 15 to 1, third. Time, 1:08 1-5. Vanity Fair, Quicksilver, Gilchrist, Lees Frier, ran. Second race, six furlongs, selling, threeyearolds and up, value to first, $223 Sempronlum, 112 (Keogh) 5 to 1, won; Little MarchmonU i09 (Burns) 7 to 2, second; Bonnie Prince Charlie, 112 (Rettig) 2 to 1, third. Time, 1:15 4-5. La Dextra, Banthel", Siscus, -Dave Mont gomery, L. Belle, Grace Golden, Person ality, ran. Third race, six furlong's, handicap, twoyearolds, value to first ?400 Ster lin, 116 (Molesworth) 3 to 5, won; Mocker, 95 (Moore) 6 to 1. second; Fly ing Wolf. 10S (Murphy) 5 ,to 1, third. Time, 1:16. Darjworth, West Point, ran. Fourth race, one and one-sixteenth miles, Veracruz selling stakes, three yearolds .and up, value- to -first $900 Jacquelina, 102 Van Dusen) 6. to 5, won.. Dorante, 119 (Molesworth) 4 to 5. second; John Louis, 104 (Ganz) 10 to i, third. Time, 1:48". ' , " Fifth race, five and 'a half furlongs, ' selling, tnreevearolds and up. value to J first $300 Execute, 111 (Rettig) 3 to I 2, won; Chapuitepec, 112 (Louder! 8 to 1, second; Del Cruzador, 112 (Ganz) J to 1, third. Time, 1:0S 3-5. vSixteen, Old Nick. Annual Interest, Doc Allen, Bob Lynch, ran. Sixth race, one mile, selling, fouryear olds and up. value to first, $225 Fred Mulholland. Ill (Rettig) 5 to ?, won; Light Wool, 113 (Keogh), 3 to 2, sec ond; The Peer, 105 (Allen) 5 to 3. third. T, me 1:43 2-4. Harris, Lena Leech, Hoyle, ran. HEROIC SAILOR SAVES A SHIP Norfolk, Va Dec. 16. Fire partial ly destroyed the steamer Maryland, of the New Tork, Philadelphia and Nor folk railroad,, last night and 300 pas sengers had a narrow escape from in jury or death. The Maryland left Norfolk for Cape, Charles. Thirty minutes later, a "deck hand discovered fire among some bags of cdtton .in the freight hold- Mate Fokter attempted to extinguish the fire, but had to be .hauled to safety with a rope". ,. Eight United State sailors, passen gers on the steamer,' prevented the complete destruction of the vessel. Sailor Stone hung over the side of the steamer while several companions held his feet. With his hands he burst a window leading to the freight hold and turned a stream of water. on the fire. Stone Held that position . for 15 monutes, while the Maryland was -racing with an speed for sewalrs point to dis- charge her passengers. The greatest damage was done amidsnip, where the nre started. The flames reached the I upper cabin and the walls of some staterooms were scorched. I A dozer; tugs responded to the Mary- land's distress signals and in a, short j w ..- ... w..kj .... ivi vxi uic uiaitCt Tile steamer Pennsylvania rushed out from Norfolk. She took off the passengers of the Maryland and pro ceeded to Cape Charles. TO ARRANGE DATES FOR THE GREAT- AVESTERN CIRCUIT. Chicago, 111., Dec. 16. The annual meeting of the stewards of the Great Western circuit will be held here Sat urday, when representatives of the seven leading tracks in tht tv-psr will western tracks. &1 ci A3 O ! BOWLING. I ! I f v O Thursday night -was- a busy night in the Cactus club bowling circles. The Smelter league especially vvas kept busy, four of the three men teams meeting. In the American league tho First National and the Bronc teams battled for supremacy. - - In the first Smelter league series between the Batpman and the Perrault clubs, the Batemans were victorious with the low margin of 38. Capt. Bate man was both the winner of high game with 199 and high total with 518. The Byles-"Woodbury- game, also of the Smelter league, ended in favor of the Byles team, with the margin ot 2JL Capt. "Woodbury was the high point winner with'' 193, and Easter of the Byles club scored the highest total of 467. In the American league the Broncs won from the First Nationals by a margin of! 83. Trimble of the Broncs scored the highest number of points, with 181, while the highest total was scored by Henry with 461. Friday night 10 games will be played between the Houcks and Roberts teams of the Terrazas Park league."" The scores were: Smelter JLeague. Bateman's 1 Smith 93 Eaton 158 Bateman 15S Totals ." 409 Perraults yl" Perrault ;145 Van de Moer 105 Johnson ."..145 Totals 395 2 3 TL 105 114 312 J.39 173 470 161 199 518 405 486 1300 , -2"; 3' Tl. 152 -175 472 111 149 365 141 "139 "425 404 463 1262 , Margin 38. t ' High game Bateman, 198. ' High total Bateman, 51S. Points won Bateman, 4;iPerrault, T). Scorer Byles. Byles 1 Byles v...142 Easter ...'... 147 Capron 139 Totals .-.....' .....428 AMsJaury ' "i Wilkinson 130 Ehler 107 Woodbury 128 2 '3 Tl. 143 149 434 148 172 467 ISO', 112 3S1 421: 33 1332 . it. 172 145 447 S5 169 361 193 132 453 Totals 365 450 449 1261 American League. Broncs 1 Calisher 124 De Bruhl 148 Walker 156 Trimble 105 Henry 167 2 3 TL 122 111 357 98 170 416 149 107 412 125 1S1 411 150 144 461 644 713 2057 2 3 ' TL 136 125 406 120 149 377 131 130 396 119 133 363 152 168 430 658 705 1974 Totals First National Roberts Benton Pomeroy .700 1 .145 .108 .135 O'Brien 113 Smith 110 Totals 611 Y, M. C. A. Bowling. Teams Nos. 6 and 7 of the Y. M. C. A. bowling league met Thursday njght at the "Gym" alleys Team No. 7 Won with the margin of 36. High game of 181 was rolled by Slater of No. 6, as also I was the highest total, in which piled up 510 points. The score: heM No. 6 1 Smith .-.149 Rightor 117 Slater 182 Totals .... 448 No. 7 1 Evans ." 154 Avina . : 176 Critchett 144 2 3 TL 135 145 429 145 128 390 184 144 510 464 417 1329 2'3 TL 127 (169 416 132 183 491 146 138 42S 405 490 1365 Totals .474 HONORS EVEN IN FIGHT. New York, Dec. 16. Tommy Mur phs, a New York lightweight, fought "Pal" Moore, of Philadelphia, to a fin ish last night in a 10 round figlit. The honors wre even in the early rounds, but in the last two Murphy had Moore clinching at the bell. With both the alligator and thv croc odile the tail is the most formidable weapon. One strcfae fairly delivered will break the legs of the strongest man. Dramatic Critic (during the second act) Some persons are born lucky. The author of this play died before it was produced. Puck. Uneeda Biscuit are soda crackers made from the finest flour and the best materials obtainable That Makes them an ideal Uneeda Biscuit are baked in surroundings where clean . lines! and precision are supreme That Makes them Uneeda Biscuit are touched only once by human hands when the pretty girls pack them That Makes them Uneeda Biscuit are sealed in a moisture proof package That vKeeps them FRESH ) NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ST. LOUIS AND BOSTON TEAMS SELL Baseball Magnates Approve The Transfer of Two Big Teams. New Tork, N. Y., Dec. 16. "Ben" Ad- kins, water commissioner of St. Louis; Mark Ewing and his brother, compos - ing the St. Louis stock brokerage firm of Ewing Br6s., and Messrs. Hall and Hodgden, prominently identified with1 St. Louis interests, are the principals in the syndicate which will probably purchase the controling interests in the oc. iiuuia .tviuenuiiu league uaseoan ciuo irom Kobert Lee Hedges. A special committee representing the American league will ascertain the standing of the new candidate for membership. Hedges will If all is satisfactory, be authorized to sell, Fielder Jones may become manager of me ciud. j ones is now operating a i -' - ! fruit farm in Oregon, and last year refused to play for Chicago, because the money onerea was not sufficient. Hedges today said that the syndicate that would probaly take oyer his hold ings purposed to put in a winnirisr team. or a'first division team, at any cost. The American league finished its business promptly yesterday and dis persed, but the National league meet- ing will continue tomorrow. The purchase of the Boston Nationals will probably be consummated by Sat urday. Part payment has already been made by W. Heyburn Russell and his associate, L. C. Page, a millionaire Bos ton publisher, but the agreement was thnt TTflTT"fc efirmlrl rotoln tt n-crVi t- rt ;the club until after the present league , meeting. As soon as the meeting Is over the club will formally change hands. Mr. Russell said that Fred Tenny would manage the team next season, and would play first base, if his legs permitted. "No club will sell at any price a good player," said Mr. Russell, "thereforo we must develop our own. We will first devote alL of our energies and our capital to giving Boston a winning team." Besides approving the retention of the present classification of the West en and Three I leagues, the National league decided to call all umpires into New Tork to have their eyesight exam ined. ( President Garry Herrmann, of Cin cinnati, was indorsed for chairman of the national committee. Today the National league expects to take impor tant action on a number of cafes. Willie Keeler, the crack outfielder, 1 recently secured bj- the New York Na- 1 tionals from the New York Americans, was sold "today to the Toronto club of the Eastern league. Wilkesbarre purchased shortstop Cranston from the Denver club. ANDERSON MAY BE GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE WITH REDS Wingo Anderson may be given anoth er chance to make gfiod with the Cin cinnati Reds next season. Pip Carson has received a letter from Wingo, who is over in east Texas, in which he says that he has heard from Garry Herr mnn. owner of the Cincinnati, club, re garding the native son pitcher. Garry was considerinc? Anderson's sale to one of the coast minor leagues. but Anderson has written to him asking for e.nother chance to make good with the big league team next year. Ander son Is resting and getting in condition markJiSmrflnnXtoy??-r ? to make more than good ip fast company. AT THE PENSACOLA RACES. Pensacola. Fla.. Dec. 16. The chief incidents of Thursday's racing came with the running of the fourth race. Chess 'finished first, but was disquali fied for having fouled some of her nearest attendants in the last furlong Jockey B-own, who rode Chess, was suspended for the rest of the meeting. There was a bad spill in the fourth race.. Kayser, on Big Osage, suffering a severe, shaking up. JACKSONVILLE RACES. Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 16. An even ly balanced card was offered at Mon crief yesterday afternoon and the at tendance was fair. Winning favorites were again in evidence, three public choices annexing purses. NOTED RACER DIES. Nashville, -Tenn., Dec 16. Star Pinter, the famous pacer, with a race record of 2:00. died late yesterday at Rosewood stock farm, Maury county Tenn. He was 21 years old and ivas FOOD PURE CLEAN A Package (Never sold in buliO owned by J. A Murphy of New York. The hide will be taken off and with the bones sent to the university of Chicago. 'doc roller DEFEATED IX BALTIMORE AVRESTLING MATCH Baltimore, Md Dec. 16. Gus Schoenlein (Americus) last night de foatorJ Trr. Tl "F". "Roller of Sattle. I Wnsh In nn xMtini- -wrsstHnP- match. I winning the second and third falls. . Dr. Roller took the first fall In seven and one-half minutes, throwiner Amer- 4 jcus in SUch a manner as to momenta: nv stnr. nim. Rhooniin -won th sfond j fall in two minutes, and the -third and , last in 55 minutes, the former by a v half ikelson and leg lock and the latter : Dy a necK ana Doay noia KEXIIAVORTH'S SON WINS KEXILWORTH OAKLAND STAKES. Oakland, CaL, Dec. 16. Pay Streak 1 gained, an easy victory in the Kenil worth handicaD at Emeryville Thurs day. Jest, the second choice, stumbled whpn th ffAlfl brokp and erot awav I ' w - - verv badlv. Pav Streak is a son of I Kenilworth, after which the race was named. Five Dollars a Box T&e Price Cut No Figure "With 'Him. "I want to say for the benefit of some poor dyspeptic that Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets will give comfort and a cure every time. Five dollars a box would not stop my purchasing them should I ever suffer again asI did for a week before usIng them. "The one 50 cent box I bought at my drugglsts's did the work aud my digestion is all right again. "Many of my neighbors have also tried these tablets and found them to be just as represented and Mr. Ellms also wants me "to use his name in endorsing Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets." Signed. A. Ellms and Chas. F. Buzzell, Asst. Postmaster. South Sudbury. Mass Mrs. Jas. Barton, of Toronto, Canada, writes: "Fr eighteen months I suf- 1 fered from what I supposed was blad der and kidney trouble, and took medi cine from three different doctors, with out any sign of cure. I felt so ill at last I was hardly able to. do my work. "I thought I would try a box of they wouW make me fe3 better, never reaily thIaklnff j had dyfepepsia, but Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and see if after only three or four tablets had been taken all the acid trouble disap- I peared and then I discovered I had had acid dyspepsia, while the doctors wad been treating me for kidney and blad der trouble and one of them treated me for rheumatism. "My digestion is fine, my complexion clear and I am able to do my work and low spirits are unknown to me. "I am thankful for finding a cure so good and so pleasant to take as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I am sur prised at the change they have made in me." Ail .druggists sell and recommend Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets because they contain only the simple natural digestives, and taken after meals pre vent acidity and cause prompt diges tion and assimilation of food. Physicians everywhere endorse them because they are as safe for the child as for the adult; they are invaluable for soar stomach, nervous dyspepsia, 'neartburn, gas on stomach and bowelfe and every form of stomach derangement. On Christmas morning will the children find the Victor they have been looking for? Don't dis app o i nt them! It's easy to make them happy and the whole family will enjoy the Victor's delightful music and fun. There's a Victor at every price $10, $17.50, $25, $32.50, $40, $50, $60, $100; Victor-Victrola, $75, $100, $150, $200, $250. And easy terms can be arranged if desired. W. G. Walz Company Agents . rwrmmr x-SviJ,. THEEEJS PRESTIGE, ADVERTISING VALUE, ) BROAD GAUGE BUSINESS ECONOMY, In Locating in MILLS BUILDING Horace B. Stevens Agent Phone 121 Jx 1 Paso Brick Co. HOLLOW BLOCK AjSD PARTITIOH TILE; ALL SIZES Dry Press, Stock, Wire Cut, Mottlei and Fire Brick MATTIGE-BUSH CO. For your heating and plumb ing estimates. 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