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Baking Contest and Demonstration. Besinriing 'TEurs
dav. January 1 9. End
WE INVITE EVERY LADY IN EL PASD
To attend our demonstration, and especially our Cake Contest On January 19-20 there
will be a demonstration of that peerless shortening, Cottolene, also the well known Redi-Mixi
products, and last but not least the excellent President Coffee. On Friday, January 20, we
will hold one of the largest Cottolene Cake Contests that ever was held in" El Paso.
8j-fe-4J'l4v iv&A&$' Cottoline must be used in place of butter. Use 1-3 less and add a
OHOIUOOS Or yOUieSt little salt. Blue Ribbon Flour also to be used for baking. We will
sell you any amount you wish for the occasion. Make any kind and as mafiy cakes as you wish. Bake cakes
at home. Bring them to our store not later than 2:30 p. m. January 20, 1911. Names will be removed from
cakes and designated by numbers. Three disinterested ladies will judge the cakes on merits and not looks.
FIRST PRIZE.
1 J 8 lb. sack'
Blue Ribbon
flour.
1 10 lb. pail the
N. K. Fairbank
Co. Cottolene.
1 10 lb. sack
Redimixt flour.
1 21b . can Pres
ident coffee.
1 6 oz. bottle
Gebhardfs Chili
Powder.
I 2 3 in. ens. Tnei-
co Tomatoes.
I 3 lb. ens. The!
co Fruits.
1 2 lb ens. Thelz
co Beets.
2 2 Id. ens. Thel
co Sweet 16
Peas.
1 2 lb. ens. Thel
co Succotash.
1 2 lb. ens. Thel
co Preserved
Strawberreis.
2 2 lb. H. L. Lit
tie Gem Peas.
1 . lb. package
President Tea.
1 4 oz. package
President Spices
1 2 lb. can B. &
M. Bkd. Beans
1 Bottle import-
ed Olive OilT.
SECOND PRIZE,
1 48 lb. sk. Blue
Ribbon Flour.
1 2 lb. can Pres
ldent coffee.
1 6 oz. . bottle
Gebhardt' Chilli
Powder.
1 i oz. package
President Tea.
1 I oz. can Pres-
dent Spices.
1 5 lb. sk. Redi
mlxt Cake and
Wa83e flour.
2 3 lb ens. Thel
co brand Toma
toes.
1 3 lb. cnsT Thel-
co brand Fruits
1 2 lb. -ens Thel
co brand Succo
tash.
1 2 lb. ens. Thel
co brand v Beets.
1 2 lb. ens. Thel
co brand Pre
served Raspber
ries. 2 2 lb. ens. H. L.
Little Gem Peas
1 2 lb. can B. &
M. Bkd. Beans.
1 Quart can N.
S. Molasses.
2 Country Gen
tlemen Corn.
1 L a r g & flat
Thelco Salmon.
THIRD PRIZE.
1 18 lb. sk. Blue
Ribbon Flour.
1 2 lb. can Pres
ident coffee.
1 & lb. en. Pres
ident Teas.
1 lb. en. Pres
ident Spices.
16 oz. bottle
Gebhardt Chili
Powder.
1 2 lb. sack.
Redimixt Cake
flour.
2 2 lb. can Thel
co brand Toma
toes.
2 2 lb. canThel
co brand Peas.
22 lb. can Thel
co brand Fruits
1 2 lb. can Pre
served Black
berries. 2 1 lb. can B. &
M. Beans.
1 2 lb. can H. L.
Lima Beans.
1 2 lb. can EL L.
Strinir Beans. J
FOURTH PRIZE
1 48 lb. sk. Blue
Ribbon Flour.
1 2 15 Vid. sack
Redimixt Cake
FJour.
1 1 lb. canPres
ident Coffee.
1 Vi lb. package
President Teas.
1 w lb. package
President Spices
1 Quart can
. S. Molasses.
N.v
1 2 lb. can Thel
co brand Toma
toes. 1 2 lb. can Thelco-
brand Fruits
1 2 lb, can Pre
served Straw
berries. 1 1 lb. can B. &
M. Beans.
1 r6 oz. bottle
Gebhardfs Chili
Powders.
FIFTH PRIZE.
1 18 lb. sack
Blue RiDbon
Flour.
1X2 lb. sack
Redimixt Flour.
1 1 lb. can Amb.
Coffee.
1 v't .lb. Presi
dont Teas.
1 ib. Rresi-
dent Spices,
i
1 6 oz. bottle
Gebhardt Chili
Powders. ?
1 2 lb. can Thel
co Tomatoes.
12 lb. can Thel
co Corn.
1 2 lb. can Thel
co Preserved
Raspberries.
1 2 lb. can H. L.
Kidney Beans.
1 1 lb. can B. &
M. Beans.
SIXTH PRIZE.
1 24 lb. sack
Blue "Ribbon
Flour.
1 2J lb.
Redimixt
Flour.
sack
Cake
1 1 lb. can Amb.
"Coffee.
1 Vs. lb. package
President Teas,
V
1 Va. lb package
President Spices
1 1 6 oz. bottle
Gebhardt Chili
Powders.
1 2 lb. -an Thel
co Tomatoes.
13 lb. can Thel-
6 co Fruits.
1 1 lb. can B. &
M. Bkd. Beans.
13 lb. can N. S.
Molasses.
12 lb. can Thel
co Preserves.
SEVENTH
PRIZE.
1 24 lb. sack
Blue Ribbon
Flour.
'
1 6 oz. bottle
Ge'ohax-di. Chili
Powders.
1 1 lb. can Amb.
Coffe-j
J ,1b. Presi
dent Teas. ,
1K Ib.'Prsident
Spices'.
1--2 lb. can Thel
co Tomatoes.
1 2 lb. can Thel
co Corn,
1 3 lb. can N. S.
Molasses.
EIGHTH PRIZE.
1 24 lb. sack
Blue Ribbon
Flour.
1 6 oz. bottle
Gebhardt Chili
Powders.
1 & lb. package
President Teas.
i
1 ?4 lb. package
- President Spices
1 llb. can Thel
co Tomatoes.
1 1 lb.' can Thel
co Corn.
V
1 1 lb.- can H. L.
Lima Beans."
1 1 lb can H. L.
String Beans.
1 1 lb. jean H. L.
Hominy .
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1 he ureatest or 1I vv nite Dales
Offers Most Unusual Advantages to Buyers of
White Garments and Fabrics
THE tremendous success of the first day of this greatt sale has placed it in
the " record breaking" class. All day long, from the moment the doors
opened the aisles have been crowded with enthusiastic buyers people who ,
appreciate the good values given. All this week this sale will continue
each day new items' will be marked out at pleasingly low prices and each'
one of these items will be some summer necessity.
Twelve Grand Lots Fine Embroideries are Offered
Immense quantities of high class Embroideries, purchased especially for this
sale. The values'are by far the best ever offered.
Line I Line 2 Line 3 Lme 4 Line 5 Line 6 Line 7 Line 8 Line 9 Line 10 Line Jl Line 12
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LV1GQRA HAND1C
IN EASILY BY
AAEADOW
Establishes
IPor Season in Mile and
Eighth Event. vk -
Meadow -won the Bayicora handicap
Sunday over the mile and one-eighth
route. Getting away from the barrier j
third, the McLemore mare laid back
to allow Harrigan to force the pace
during the early part of the race. Har
rigan was leading until the stretch
Casey, Defy, Lady Dolora, Lady Mint,
Louder, Renetta Z., Ebrazen, ran.
Second ra.ee, six furlongs, selling,
4yearolds and up, value o first $225
Lista, 10S (Johnson), 4 to 1, won; SIs
cus, 110 (Rice), 5 to 1, second; Nyanza,
105 (Denny), 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:14.
Periwinkle, Personality, Rose Daly,
Sporting Life, Lady Quality, ran.
Third race, one mile, selling, 4year
olds and up, value to first ?225 Little
Marchmont, 108 (McGee), even, won;
Dennis Stafford, 11T) (Molesworth), S
to 5, second; Rather Royal, 110 (Mc-
XxaCK -KeCOrCLl Cavita, Plume, Cardinal Sarto, Ashwell,
rah.
Fourth race, one and one-eighth
miles, Bavicora handicap, 3yearolds and
up, value to first 1440 Meadow, 115
(Molesworth), 13 to 5, won; Harrigan,
117 (McGee)j 4 to 1, second; Jacquelina,
102 (Miller), 9 to 2, third. Time,
1:51 3-5. Green Seal, Injury, ran.
Fifth Tace, one mile, selling, 3year
olds, value to first $300 Pit-a-Pat,
107 (Rice), 4 to 1, won; Fritz Emmett,
110, (Lowe), 7 to 1, second; Cat, 104
(Molesworth), 9 to 10, third. Time,
1:40 4-5. Oblivion, Helen Scott, ran.
was reached, when Meadow caught him j Sixth race, six furlongs, selling,
tiring and ran away with the race at 4yearolds and up, value to first $225
the finish. The distance was covered in 1 Chapultepec, 113 fBenscoten), 2 to 1,
1:51 3-5, a record for the Juarez track j won; -Hoyle, 110 (CotEon), 12 to 1, sec
thls season and 3-5 of a second of ond; Craston, 115 (MeGee). 4 to 1 third.
i Time, 1.-13. I'll Meter, Pedro, Coble-
away in the fifth race and was never Casey, 101; Ramon Corona, 102;
the world's reeord. Jacquelina was all
but left at the post by starter Cassidy
and was cheated of all chancel to show
in front at the finish. With a good
start this entry might have, made it in
teresting for Meadow, as tl ere was a
world of speed there Sunday.
Close Finish in First.
Thistle Rose was making it so in
teresting for Yvonne, the winner in
the first race, that another stride
would have shifted -the po'sitions of the
two leading youngsters. Yvonne was
coming fast at the end, but was just
barely able to get away with the race
ahead of Thistle Rose. Charles Goetz
-was running strong until the finish,
when he quit. Lista won her race, the
second, at the barrier, for she broke
in front and made every post a win
ning one, beating Slscus out at the
finish "by a length. Siscus was slow
moving at the start, but when he got
going was easily the best of the rest
skill, Pid Hart, Mike Jordan, ran.
HUNDRED TO 03STE
SEOT(FOOLS THEM
Eothchild Makes First Win
ning of Season in Long
Odd Glass.
The first 100 to 1 shot to win at the
Juarez track wa3 Charles Rothchlld
better known In El Paso as Texa-i ICing,
a high school horse who has given a
number of exhibitions in the city and
state. He opened at 60 to 1 and closed
at 100 to 1 with few takers at these
odds. He got away last and was run
ning behind until the stretch where he
cut down the lead to fifth place and
then shot down the stretch a winner
and had no difficulty in beating the J by a length under the skilful piloting
field. Nyanza came from behind and
was in third place at the finish. Little
Marchmont was nicely ridden in the
third race and won a consistent race
from the field of 4yearolds. McGee
held Little Marchmont in lash until
ready to make the move and then
shook up the winner for a nice finish
ahead of the field. Dennis .Stafford
was In good position all the way and
had no excuses "for losing the race.
Rather Royal was not quite good
enough.
FIfih a Jockey's Race.
The race in the fifth was between
jockeys Rice and Lowe, with Rice
getting away with the goods at the
finish. Rice put his mount, Pit-a-Pat,
in good position for the move, and held
him there until ready. Lowe shook
Fritz Emmett up and tried to beat Rice
to it, but was not quite good enough
and had to be content with second. The
Cat was third. Chapultepec disposed
of Pid Hart in the first part of the
last race and then galloped him ahead J
of the rest. Hoyle came with a rush
and was in second place at the finish.
The Summaries.
First race, three furlongs, purse,
maiden 2yearolds, value to first $225
Yvonne. 109 (Howard), S to 1, won;
Thistle. Rose, 109 (Molesworth), 5 to 1,
second; Chas. Goetz. 112 (Rice), 6 to 1,
third. Time, :34 2-5. Skillute, Martin
ox jocKey jsiccuiiou-gh. The race as
run by this big horse was a surprise
to everyone and no; one had any con
fidence in the horse's ability to win.
There was less than $20 laid on him to
-nln and no big killings were made. "
Upright "Wins Pnebla Stakes.
Upright won the Puebla stakes from
a high class field. Away in front he
allowed the others to race him down
until the stretch when he showed a re
markable burst ot speed and came on
to win from the rest in jig time. Clos
er broke slowly and was making up
P round all the way. The race was
between these two horses with Closer
hurrying things at the last. John
Robert was7 running in form at the
finish, but too late to get better than
thira
Balella was in command all the way
in the. first race, a selling race for
grownups. Canapa furnished what
ever pace was set in this case and was
running "gamely at the end, but not
strong enough to finish first Antigo
was set out in front at the outset of
the third race and was never headed.
Biskra was running a good race for
first out and had no difficulty to beat
ing the others to the place position.
Tburbet ran a good race and was fin-
w-mng with a rush but too late. Joe
"Woods ran fourth in his -usual style.
headed until the stand was nassed.
Denny kgave her a good ricTe and she
had little real difficulty in beatitg the
field Saturday.
Roberta Takes Mile Classic
Roberta took the mile classic .She
ran her race out in front and was
barely able to stick it out to the fin
ish. Short Order would have been a
strong contender had he not been
foiced to take up on the back stretch.
But he came through on the rail and
was running strong in second. Barney
Oidfic-ld's speed clutch went wrong at
the fin'sh and he faltered in the final
furlong, losing any chances he had to
win.
The Summaries.
First Race Six furjongs, selling, 3
roaro'ds and up, value to first $225.
Balella, 110 (Reid), 13 to 5, won; Can
apa, 105 (Molesworth) 6 to 1, second;
Tec May, 105 (Forehand) 7 to 2, third.
Time 1:13 4-5. Pipe Vision, Soon. Scar
let Pimpernel, Texan. Hersaw, Vanity
Fair, Belle Marchmont, ran.
Second Race One mile, selling. 4
yearolds and up. value to first $225.
Charlie Rothchild, 111 (MCullough)
100 to 1, won; Marcus, 107 (McGhee) 4
to 1, second; Lady Elizabeth, 104 (An
derson) 6. to 1, third. Time 1:412-5
Xebulesuus. Dave Montgomery, Helen
Carroll, Cathrvn Scott. Saltan, Vesme,
Lucky Mose, Col. Bronston, ran. t
Third Race Six furlongs, selling, 4
yearolds and up, value to first $225.
Antigo, 115 (Wilson) 7 to 2, won; Bis
kra, 168 (Cotton) 15 to 1, second; Thur
bet, 112 (Anderson) 10 to 1, third.
Time 1:13 3-5. Joe "Woods. Joe Ehrich.
Flying Pearl, Silk, High Culture, "Wal
dorf Belle, Cottyto, ran.
Fourth Race Three furlongs, Pueb
la stakes, 2yearold colts and geldings,
value to first $1050. Upright, 115
(Rice) 3 to 5, won; Closer, 115 (Mc
Ghee) 5 to 1, second; John Robert, 115
(McCullough) 5 to 1, third. Time :34
1-5. Great Friar, Sayville, First Star,
Jack Lamar, ran.
Fifth Rd.ce Six furlongs, selling, 4
3'earolds and up, value to first $225.
Sona, 102 (Denny) 12 to 1, won; F. E.
j Shaw, 107 (McGhee) 5 to 2, second; He
Knows, 112 (Reid) 8 to 1, third. Time
1:14. Sir Barry, Judith Page, Cuban
Boy, Banthel, Nila, Georgia Shand, Old
Nick, Shamrock, Uralla, ran.
Sixth Race One mile, selling, 3
yearolds and up, value to first $300.
Roberta, 104 (Rice) 9 to 2, won; Short
Order, 108 (Reid) 9 to 5, second; Bar
ney Oldfield, 107 (McGhee) 2 to 1.
third. Time 1:40. Bon Ton, Fancy,
Taskmaster, Ed Holly, ran.
V.
Attractive-Pricing of Under muslins of all Qualities
Wise women will select the undergarments needed for summer wear, in this sale. The assortments axe
complete and include garments of every quality.
Special Lots at 45c, Z5c, 95c $ 145, $ 1.95, $2.45, $2.95
Lot of soiled undergarments, all qualities, ' exactly HaK Price.
wfritP. Waists . . Wnite Fabrics
New 1911 models, spe
cially priced,
59c, 79c, 95c, $1.45
Big assortment of the- new
white materials for summer
uses.
Long Clotlv Hainsook, Lawns,
,etx, Tlndexpriced-
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TUESDAY'S ENTRIES
. '
The
Wolf, 105; Balronia. 106; Ellerd. 108:
Lomond, 112; Work Box, 112.
Fifth race, selling, five and one-half
furlongs Trafalr, 97; Eleanor
Stribling, 100 HoopalOO;, Strange
D'Or, 102; Bert Getty, 102; Soon, 102;
Mr. Dock, 102; Gehtnicht, 109; Com
mendation, 109; Lee's Friar, 112; Ba
lella, 112.
Sixth race, selling, one mile Acu
men, 101; Florence A.. 102; Short Or
der, 104; Lena Lech, 107; L. M. Eckert,
109; Barney Oldfield. 109; Hoyle, 109:
Fred ilulholland, 109; Light "Wool, 112.
INSTITUTE AITD THE
COLitEaE BOYS LOSE
High School and Y. M. C. A.
Win Snappy Basket
ball Games.
Fast, hard play marked the two
basketball games at the Y. M. a A.
gym Saturday night, in which the High
school played the Militarv incHti,t0
and the-Y. M. C. A. met the team from
the New Mexico A. and M. college.
The first game, which was between I
the High school and the Military insti- j
tute, was resplendent in fast and. '
snappy play throughout, both teams j
giving a good account of themselves, j
The Military institute showed much
better form than was expected and J
the score of 25 to 12 in the High school
favor Is far from giving them their
due.
The first half ended with the score
13 to 8 in the High school favor, and
in the second half the institute team
seemed to tire and could only run four
to their opponents' 12 points. The
game was unusually free from foulins-
vand in every way proved to be inter
esting.
The lineup:
High school Chenewoth, Hoover,
Shea, Thomas, Lyman. Grady, Ross.
Military Institute Snyder, Baldwin,
Jones, Hilburn, Keriean, Jenkins.
Goals E. P. H. S., Hoover, 4; Lyman,
4; Shea, 3; Chenewoth, 1. E. P. M. 1..
Snyder, 5; Baldwin, 2; Jones, 1.
Y. 31. C. A. Tm AVins.
The Y. M C. A. defeated the A. and
M. college team in the second game
of the evening by the decisive score
of 37 to 16. TJp until the second half
both teams seemed to be evenly match
ed, the score at the end of the first
half being 20 to 14 in the Y's favor.
In the remainder of the game the
Farmers were only able to annex two
points, while the local team ran a to
tal of 17. This was -the first came
the Y has had with an out of town
ghey mm,
M SPORT. IS
- IN T01
Famous Manager of Famous
Detroit Tigers Is on His
Honeymoon.
v . .
"Ee-yah! Ee-yahl" v
Hughey Jennings, the best known
figure in baseball today, is at the Shel
don. Not that he might be known by
this grass pulliag yell of his. To see
him In the hotel lobby dressed in a j
blue suit, a stiff hat and a modest tie. i
he would be taken for a hardware j
salesman from St. Louis. But it is the j
real Hug'hey, the leader of the Tigers
and the pet of a million or more fans. '
! Jennings is on his honeymoon. He t
famous "K"ar cry if there was only a bit
( THE
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB. j team and from the game they put up
4GtM J)ay, Tuesday, Jan. 17. Saturday night bhe federation cham-
: j
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First race, purse, 2yearolds, three
and 'one-half furlongs Texture, 103;
Skillute, v106; Sayville, 106; "Wooltex,
106; Royal Tea, 112; Closer, 116; Ca
lisse, 123; Recover (b f Blues-Lovett),
103.
Second race, selling, six furlongs
Red Lass, 90; Aunt Nancy, 105; Sona,
105; Deerfoot, 105; Biskra. 10S; Cotytto,
108; Sainfox,, 110; Milpitas, 113; Joe
.Ehrich, 113; W. T. Overton, 113r Elder,
115; Antigo, 118.
Third race, purse, five and one-half
furlongs The Pippin, 103; Napa Nick,
104; "Golinet, 104; Frank Mullens. 107;
John Griffin H., 110; Enfield, 113;
Glorio, 113; Helmet, 113.
Fourth race, selling, seven furlones
aona started out to make her ge- j Beach Sand, 85; Planter, 94; Marian
pionship looks easy for them.
The lineups:
Y. M. C. A. Block, Miller, Peralta,
Garwood, Rumsey, Klndig, Pickens.
A. and M. college Haggert, Hall,
Smith, Balain, Mayer, Boa.
Goals Y. M. C. A., Kindig, 5; Peral
ta, 5; Block, 4; Garwood, 4. A. and M
Haggert, 5; Hall, 2.
The Grammar School league had
three games and the challenge game
at the gym Saturday nfternoon. The
games were all one sided, as the league
leaders were playing the tailenders,
and the latter seemed to be was' off
from form. The results of .the games
were": Lamar seconds beat the Sunsets,
7 to 4; San Jacinto" beat'the Aoy tenm,
9 to 4, and Lamar firsts ran 26 points
to the Beall school's 3. In the chal
lenge game the Mesa school beat La
mar seconds by the score of 56 to 1L
COMPANY
Will Make a
Practical Demonstration
of Their Products at
Eysfers C O. D. Grocery
Comer Bouleyard and Kansas, from 10 a. m. to 5
p. m., January 19th and 20th.
The ladies of El Paso will find this of interest in con
nection with the cake baking contest preyionslj announced.
interested in the development of some
copper properties which are controled
by Detroit business men.
HUGH JEXADGS, DETROIT 3IGR.
of grass to pull and a pair of baseball
shoes on his feet. Instead he just
smiles across that tanned face, his Irish
blue eyes twinkle and the sun wrinkles
his face with good humor. He was
married to the belle ' of Scnanton, Pa.,
and is touring the south on his bridal
trip. He arrived Saturday afternoon
from St. Louis, accompanied by his
bride, and they have been in El Paso
seeing the sights of the new city and
the old.
Sunday afternoon they attended the
bull fight and the manager of the Ti
gers had some interesting observations
to. make on the socalled sport of Mex
ico as compared to that of the United
States. "It is no sport at all. It is a
slaughter," Hughey said. "Aside from
the skilful work St placing the ban-
Merillos there is nothing of exception
al skill or bravery about it. There is
no comparison between the bull fight
and baseball. They cannot even be
classed together."
Bridegroom Jennings' forgot himself
long enough to talk baseball for five
minutes, hand running. Of course he
thinks that the Tigers will have a win
ning teani next season. It would not
bo Jennings if he did not think that.
the necessary pepper into the Tiers's
ranks to help 'the old players. Trade
Ty Cobb for Johnson? Ne-ver! That
was a bad dream some dope writer
had.
The Tigers will train in Louisiana
this spring. El Paso looks good to the
big boy, but he never knew its fine
climate until he came out this year.
San Antonio was all right as a train
ing place, but the city is a bit too big
.for the hoys to Set their minds on
their spring training work, and Lou
isiana was selected instead.
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings are planning
I to go to Bisbee, where Mr. Jennings is
He has rounded up a bunch of new
players and they are expected to Put j- . .. iiis ,,'. p , o. Won
V. na!irv nnnnar into the Tirprs's lnrltlu. -t Alius, d, .faul, 3, Hop-
MANY EYEITTS ARE
SHOT BY RIFLEMEN
The El Paso Rifle club held its cus
tomary weekly shoot at the range on
Mundy Heights during Sunday morn?
.Ing.
The weather conditions were ideal
'during all the morning.
There were 15 riflemen and some
visitors present.
The first contest entered upon was
the Hlxson medal event, and the fol
lowing scores were made: Filler, 3S;
Allen, 38; Haines, '36; Rutledge, 33;
Mills, 2S; Baca, 27; Wilburn, 2C; Erin
gle. 25; Paul. 24; Corbin. 23; Enrl
quez, 22; Hopple, 21; Scriven, 18 Allen
and Filler shot off the tie, Fiuer win
ning. The next one was the Silberberg
Bros, medal event and the following
scores were made: Pringle, 34. Haines,
33; Scriven, 33; Baca, 32; Rutledge,
30; Filler, 30; Capt. Jack, 29; Paul, 25;,
Pennebaker, 24; Mills. 22; Hopple, 16;
Wilburn, 14; Allen, 14; Corbin, 12.
The next one was the prone shoot in
the Krakauer, Zork & Moye razor
event, and the following scores were
made- Pringle, 45; Allen, 44; Hopple,
42; Haines, 41; Rutledge, 38; Capt.
Jack, 38; "Wilburn, 37; Filler, 36; Enri
quez, 35; Scriven, 34; Baca, 34; Paul,
32; Pennebaker, 32; Mills, 31; Cor
bin, 23.
An off-hand score was then shot.
The following is the score: Haines, 47;
Scriven, 35; Pringle, 34; Rutledge, 32;
Capt. Jack. 29;' Baca, 28: Filler, 262
murder of Stanley Ketchel, the cham
pion middleweight pugilist.
The prosecution will attempt to
prove robbery the motive of the crime.
The defence will allege that Dipley
was justified in taking the life of
Ketchel because of the alleged improp
er advances to the Smith woman ay
the pugilist.
Ketchel was killed on October 15
last.
NOTED JOCKEY IS
OPERATED UPON
New York, N Y., Jan. 16. Willie
Shaw, the well known American
jockey, who has been riding for baron
Oppenhelm and prince Hohenlohe in
Germany and Australia for tne last
five .years, has just been operated on
for appendicitis in the New York hos
pitaL He is making excellent recov
ery. He will spend a month convales
cing at his old home In Oklahoma,
where he is an extensive land owner.
nil. 9
The best scores were made from a
prone position and the results were
as follows: Paul. 47; Rutledge. 42;
Filler, 41; Capt. Jack, 40; Scriven, 37;
Baca, 37; Corbin, 34; Pringle, 31; Hop
ple, 30; Mills, 29, Pennebaker, 24.
GOES TQ TRIAL FOR
KILLING A FIG-HTER
Marshfield, Mo., Jan. 16. Walter A.
Dipley and Goldie Smith were placed
I on trial here, today, charged with the
TUCSON GUN CLUB ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR.
Tucson. Ariz., Jan. 16. At the annual
meeting of the Blue Rock Gun club.
Harold Steinfeld was elected president,
J. S. Ebert, vice president, and D. C.
Williamson, secretary nad treasurer.
An effort will be made to have the
Blue Rock Gun club, the Tucson Rifle
club, company K, university and high
school rifle clubs shoot on one range
and keep that in good condition.
The meeting of the Arizona Sports
men's association will be held in Tuo
son under the 'auspices of the Blue
Rock club next October.
C03IE SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Visit our market daily, note the high
quality of everything offered, and the
low prices quoted on. meats of all
kinds. Ardoin's Market.
Don't forget it's made in El Paso,
What's that? Globe Mills Flour
A carload of new furniture has just
been received, comprising chairs, li
brary suits, fibre suits and Axminster
rugs. These will be on sale at Janu
ary Clearance reductions.
El Paso Household Furnishing: Co.
Don't forget it's made in El Paso.
What's that? Globe Mills Flour

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