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EL PASO HERAXD
Monday, Ff.ruary 26, 1912 - . ' . SPRINGER'S "ODD ENDS 93 fmmwm Offers you the greatest opportunity for obtaining the greatest bargains in dependable furniture ever offered in El Paso. During the year many odd pieces accumulate on our floor and these will be closed out without regard to cost. Thousands of offerings which will make it worth your while to anticipate and suppl now every want you can think of which you may require for present use or for many m6nths to come. Mattresses and Bed Springs I Sale of China and Cut 6 lass, Beautiful 8 inch cut glass jS?15 Affc bowl. $4.50 values for ?$&uJlf 6 inch nappy or bon-bon, genuine cut glass, many attractive designs; worth $1.75 and $2.00; sale gg JK price pABd&3P t'.ZtiT. $3,00 Cut glass tumblers and odd -sets, richest de signs, all go at, QAa Many other odd pieces in genuine cut glass go at enormous reductions. Our Special Cups, Saucers and Plates At 10c At the bt values in the -west, twti 36 regards quality asd. style, in semiporeeJaki, light weight sad shape is an absolute copy of the well kaowa -white Hanson Havifend. Odd lot of Gerawo, Bavarian aad Japanese cups aad saucers in large assortment of beautiful dooomiiapg ami shapac wwwih Wte. Reaueed 2r TJolisritesr steak of Oafa 'O&fe aad lEade" at decisively eat prices too aaateroas to raeatioa. Gmm aad see for yearself. Numerous Other Reductions in Chinaware and Cut Glass ye - m Ivy S0!L Is. Jsmvk fllr This Handsome Vernis Martin Bed $6.35 UUWH IT1TF J U II It if Sfi3wviftV; "! Two More Bed Specials $3.00 fflll size iron bed, enameled in green and white, well made an ideal porch 5 "i 0(f bed. Odds & Ends Sale price P & 29 $17.50 steel sanitary bed square 1 inch posts, in pink, white and blue enamel. & 4 4 4fHT"i Odds & Ends price 4 A WW Look at the Picture. Full size 2 inch con tinuous posts. Seven plain fillers and orna mental chills, ball bearing castors. An exceptionally hand some bed, well worth double what we are asking. Better come Monday as our sup ply is limited. This handsome Vernis Martin Bed, $6:35. FifTf II I' II HI Three Piece Library Set $42.50 beautiful in design, fumed oak, genuine leather sanitary spring seat; worth $50.00. Special. . . Extm triple siver pbted Tea Spoons. Table Spesa aad stock of feacy pieces warranted 2$ yean go at Bear-to-aoth-ing prices. ' Springer's Furnit 2 83EI &w M EaZ ml m HPSEsRSflaTiva mL j& B IS eEBr 114? ure Co 5 Full size steel bed spring, diamond shaped fafarie, 1 1-S iaea round de dfi CA mils, worth $7.00. Reduced to PJ.JJ Fll size National fabric steel bed springs, 11-2 inch round side rails, dC fA worth $8.00. Reduced to pJJU Iaparial roll edge, blue tide mattress, oootaiae 4i yfwuidtr of pure eotioa. This mattress is fceiag used 365 nights ia the year ia tfeeaeaBds of M Paso hemes. dQ CA Sells ovesysvhere for $12.50. Special vOiUU Imperial roll edge, floral tick, et mattress, freight 45 pounds. 4j 1 1 7C Worth $15.00. Seduced to u y- P 1 1 ij 1 Portable Electric Lamps , .... VDIT " i rl -TjuL'(1 $l.u MUter toeotoe rortatHe uwap, c i r of reread to JlU.OU 1?fWi .Millar 1?.lvrw Pm-taJOn Tjunn t r F" reduced to tfO.OU jh, pio.vu liwkuw cjecinc ruenwn .uauip, Ik 1 I li I li renuceo. m v - All other Electrie LaaafB reduoed We-tfourtfe, ofi regular prices. Inmni Cinnlnn rnftlffli" norialc r"M- jewel nicicod uuuaci ojjcuiqio The celebrated Jewel Tireless Ceeker is the boat aad aast reliable em the aarket. Coaie? in one, two aad three-hole size all aaawimaw fiaed aad ootfitied throughout. Esterkw of finished hardwood. Offered at reduced prieas. One-Hole Jewel Firelese T 7C Two-Hrie Jewel Aretes t-j n ?C Cooker a ip.O Cooker a plO.UU Taree-Bok Jewel Fkeless Ceoaor 1I1Q Q'? S "(MM aRl ttiS 3b mB lJS II (&XVg& Inc 16, 218, 220 San Antonio Sfreat Nut Sets, consisting of oae cracker aad six pickets, in box, worth 50c, at . -j 25 Cents CLOSING CONTESTS IF TIJIIMY. Winning of Championship by E. P. M. I. Practically Closes Basketball Season. The E. P. M L champions were gkv n the hardest run erf any ef the games when they met their old rlvmls. the High school. Saturday afternoon. The game ended. Institute 61, "Hi" it. The Shamrocks, from Biabee, bested Ice A. A si team t to 18, taking the esd and retaining it throughout the same. In the Saturday night games, Which wound up the tournament, the "V lost te the Shamrecks by the EcandaJeua mot of 21 to . The rcamrocks put up the best game they timi played in the tournament, and the "V" tne worst. The T" sub team was used inul the tag end, but it was then too late for the regulars to retrieve hat was lost. The High school beat the A & It, 22 to IS. First half was closely fought, but the Assise weakened In te end and the "HTa" gained with a rush. Tt e standing of the teams at the f in ifn is Games Won. Lost-Points. T V M. 1 4 4 0 IS E P H. 8 4 1 3 11 T M C A. 4 2 2 6 Bisbee 4 8 1 78 A & M 4 0 4 78 The Institute now holds the federa t on championship and the city schol astic championship. Bv defeating the Institute and the High school twice ach In the season, the Y. M. C A. fjls the citi cnampionship title. Tie close cf tla tournament winds up the basketball season proper, and t e players eai row rest up their har-.Ked and bruised bodies and the - r xers doctor their hoarse vocal cords j '!- 8,-tc'-v to turning loose tor the . ! season. &r th( advent of the -, , - -k' w '":--9ea-E ,' - ' , -e t e "'.gh C ," "' " r1 "'I' 'tl ! JIMMY SMITH NOW WORLD'S CHAMPION Buffalo Bowler in Canadian Tournament Averages 229 Fot Njne Games. - Toronto, Ontario. Feb. 26. World's reeords were broken by James Smith, f Buffalo in the finish of the sixth annual tournament of the Canadian Bowling association, which has been in progress during the past week. Smith rolled 771 for his three games as com pared with the world's record of 705 held by Tom Haley, of Detroit. Smith also broke the -world's record for the all events getting 641 In the team, 648 In the doubles, and with 771 B the singles, a total of 2060. His aTer age was 228 and 8-9 for his nine games. The former grand total record was 1961, held by Haley. LIST OF BATTLES IN NEAR FUTURES Jim Corbett complied the list of bouts scheduled U New York ia the sear J ture. as follows: J Feb. 26--Knoekout Brown vs. Too Coster. Leach Cross vs. Willie Beeeher. Tonna: Caahman vs. Billy "Lewis. Harry Powers ts. Joe Klrst. (Sob. for Sherman-Hirst.) i 27 Packey McFarlasd vs. Fommy Jiaioney. 28 Howard Wilson vs. Charley Hy land. r March 2 Eddie Smith v Charley Baker. Young Sieger vs. Pinkay 'Burns. 4 Johnny Dundee vs. Bddle O'Keefe. S Packey McFarland vs One Round Hogan. 20 Carl Morris vs. Jim Stewart. CONCRETE GOLF BALL IS LATEST N0.VELTY Chicago, HL, Feh. 26. The cement golf ball U somethfeg for the devotees of the links to Alnk about for the coming season. . The ball ws on exhibition at the cement shov at the Coliseum last night and according to former west ern amaeur champion Sawyer, it has great oasibllitlea Mr. Sawyer tried the bill, but In an Indoor course, and I waa Pleased with it i -t- composition ei ooric ana concrete 'lich responds in much tne same way as rubber to a blow, forms the cere of the new ball. AVERAGES ALMOST MILE THE MINUTE Nine Cylinder Hydroplane Makes Fastest T5n2e Re corded on the Water. Portland. Ore.. Feb. ti. The Oregon Wolf, a nine cylinderydroplane, in a sanctioned race agaljfct time here yes terday, broke the vrorld's motor boat records on a fivegfeiile course, fer all distances up toSe miles. The Oregon Wolf's time tof the 30 miles was 42 minutes, 14 2jseconds; the best previ ous record oyer a six lap course was 44 minutes, 3X1-5 seconds, made by the Dixie TV.Mt St. Louis, in 191L , T? ?I?Son Wolf was driven by John CL.,0iLo th,s clty her owner and buUdejrThe race was under the an- soclaSlon. .3Bel. est lap 'waB the last oae, the tune being six minutes, S 4-5 seconds, at an average of a mile In one minute, a 3-5 seconds. The average time Bar Wattle for tbe entire distance was oae 1 minute, 24 4-5 seconds. f : : . .;. :. Ct a C EXTREBS FOR THE A C JDARBZ JOCKEY CLTJB, 2 Seventy-scTenth Day, Feb. 2T. i" 4 ;. .;, .j. .;. ... .. .;. . . .-. .;, ,j, ., ... ... ... v Flrst race, selling, five furlongs El Pato 162. Defy 105, Ethel Wicks 106. Yvonne 106, Kuth Esther 106, Isom 107, Flying DOr 107. Tie Thomas 107. Dbg Star 107. Lieut. Sawyer 107. Dro mi 110, Wild Bear 110, Calethumpian US, Dont Say No 116, Cap Nelson 116. Second race, selling, one mile San Bernlto 100, Emma G. 105, Virginia Llndsey 105, Lonla 105, Keep Movintt 106, Paelflco 107. Pedro 107, Little Marchment 107. AUenfearn 107, Yan kee Pooh 107. Third race, selling, five and one-half furlongs Hugh Gray 102, Hazel C. 106, NUda Mas 105, Patsy Beach 105, Ft r anv stiffness or lameness Sloan's Liniment gives relief at u.re. It acts like massage quickens the blood and limbers up lame muscles and joints. SLOANS LINIMENT is good for any land of pain. " I had a severe pain between ny shoal dent, and notietnc toot advertisement la tit ceIt bottle which quickly rdieedne."-ll. Bcsoowr, Mays riUe. KDtueky. MtD-if- TitaMe. t Dr. Ear! S. Sloaa - Boston, Maos- WINNING BOWLERS GET $2000 PRIZE Los Angeles, Cal.. Feb. 26. The sixth annual Western Bowling con gress closed yesterday. The big prise for the meet, $20e for the best five men team, was won by the Grand bowlers of Loe Angeles, under the col- ' uib me a,Teumg xvstrom, wuu a score of 276, the western bowling congress record. The Chicago-Miner-alltes were second. The mixed doubles were won by Mrs. McGinley. of Los Angeles, and 3. Bleuln. of Chicago, with a total of 1114. Blouin rolling a total of 684. with an average for his three games of 228. Not A 92 JDeCOIHlIl worn mr uth JHflt tffK h 9T JJ l.Hl 4 ALPINE CBLKRRATBS WITH HORSE RACE AND "WRBSTLEnJ Alpine, Tex , Feb 26. Washington's birthday was elebrated by a horse race in the afternoon and a wrestling match at night Dais, owned by Pan Coff man, of 'Marathon beat Ribbon, owned by Glen Kokernot, of Alpine, by a length in a quarter mile dash for 81000. Foxy Miller, of Minnesota aad M. R. Raymond, of West Texas, wrestled in- 1 terestingly, Miller winning; A head full of unsightly gray and faded hair. Why not have beautiful, natural colored hair, full of lKc and beauty keep yourself young looking and fascin ating? Every woman wants to be and can be,, if she will nse HAY'S HAIR HEALTH to restore those gray hairs to their aauj ral color. It isn't a dye. You'll be surprised bow quickly the gray, hairs vanish and bow young looking you can keep yourself by the regular nee of HAY'S HAIR HEALTH. Get your money back from your druggist if you are not satisfied with it. 51.60 aad 50c at Dra Stores or direct apoa recejpt of price and dealers aaate. Scad 10c fer trial bottlc-EHlo Hay Spec. Co.. Newark. N.J. For sale and recommended by Knob lauch Drug Co , and Kelly & Pollard. Ansa Paige 105. Wrath 107. Hardy 107, oam Connor 107, Guaranola 110 Fourth race, selling, one mile Rake 97. The Bailiffs Daughter 100, Ma mac 102, Heretic 102, Bob Farley 102, Marl got 105. Coppers 107. Jim Cat ferata 107. Fifth race, selling, six furlongs Sldon 91, Ferrona 93, Tim Judge 103, Ed Keck 106, Marie Hyde 108. Faneull Hall 110, Frank G. Hogan 110. Sixth race, selling. Fillies and mares, one mile FaHKle rose 90. Su ffer Lump 9, Miss. Kora. 104, Sona. 104, Flgent H4," Ocean -Qatoaa 184, Lotta Creed 108. 'Apprentice allowance. Sunday's Results. First race Sevaa " fnrlongs. selling, three year olds, value 8200. Odelia. 98. (Carter). 3 to 1, wo; Mary Emily, 98 (Callahan). 4 to 1. second; Gift 103 (Gross), 6 to 1. third. .Time 1 28. Boo ger Battle, Guaranola. Gut - Hartridge, Thistle Rose, Wrath ran. Second race One mile and a fur long, aelling, three years olds and up ward, value $300. Mar i got. 108 (Gross), 3 to 1, won; Tahee. 106 (Tap ln), 4 to 5, second; Pedro. 110 Ke oxh), 7 to 1, third. Time 1:48 3-5. Strite. High Range, Cameo, Maureta nla ran. Third race Six furlongs, selling, three year olds and upward, value S300. Phil Connor. 103 (Gross). 3 te 1. won; Yo Solo, 104 (Buxton). 4 to 1. second; Wild Bear. 88 (Willis), 20 to ii- h,rd- T1e 1:14. Zahra. Brave withers, Antigo, Novgorod, Tallow Dip ran. Fourth race One mile aad a six teenth. Moctezuma selling stakes, H?e yer Qlffl nd upward, value 8896. Injury. li (Gross), 2 to 1, won; Arasee. 109 (Garter). 3 te 2, second: Uncle Ben. 106 (Taplia), 2 to 1. third. TlS? !7 3-5. John Louis ran. Fifth race Six furlongs, selling, three year olds and upward, value 8300. t J?co' Taplin). 3 to 2, won: Tim Judge. 10. (Buxton), 7 to 1, second: Ferrona, 96 (Callahan), 4 to 1. third. M.m.e U1 1"5- Morallght, C. Tucker, Marie Hyde ran. .x th "ce One mile and a furlong, itv ns:.Jour year olds aad upward, jalue 8300. Whidden. 98 (Carter), 11 l.Js 70n: D"toh Rock. 104. (Calla ia ''? second: Wolfarton, 116 4eEn?' 5 t0 J' th'wl- Time 1:54. wicket. Azo ran. Saturday's Reanlts ? ,-.- r. Four furlongs, purse. rvle.ao!d8' valu . Moller, 111 .!2? 1-to 3- wn: Palatable, 112 RUrhfJ0'....? to - second; Vested ifs J Mrrav). G to 1. Time. Twn G WoUr8. Black Eyed SuaaB, thryearlV511 fr,oaB selllBg. Jiol ?i oldf an upward, value 4 to T w"n Hwks. 17 (Bnxtoa). toi .L!T0:..Sawjrer- 1M Moore), 4 10 tZ?nfi.P P1 5 (Callahan). John h;.vUS: "Sme- 1 :- Collie. Ray u pjrTB,by' PenaB. Nancy Mams. jS2LfcHlPS . V Wll Thirrt "J'J!;; Bv Padwiok ran. longs. semrp,!;re Bd OBe nalf fnr- value Mai ". tne yer & fillies. 2 to i -L-JVnohfUko- 1W 'Cartert T ' wn. Acamln. 1A9 Mlll - WS T!"ne 1 08. rnw. D r.. I Wlcka "in PRutn K8ther' Sthel inrthre Vt:t-ZffJ furionga. sell- 3300. Danir,, "'"'ana upward, value to 1 won v a? ar' 107 "". 5 to 2 SJ Re,'.lle 'B"ton. ! (Gross i. 5 to i ,n j Ma,e- 10S Labold. Kri T,,.thlrd Tim-- 1 2-5 vifth i" "'uie ran year oM. C57 ""' tling. four Ocean Quwn tl- ,t ',. to.'' won; JP Bl.4ck8tonTe' Stafford. I Privacy and Safety I A LL of the affairs of this bank' are conducted with careful privacy. Next to the matter oi safety, the officers of this bank regard business confidences as being of the greatest importance. We cordially invite persons who are contemplating the opening of a bank account to confer with our officers. s We Inoite Your Savings or Checking Account. The First National Bank. Capital and Surplus $800,000.00. Deposits $4,500,000.00. 1 THE 1 1 RIO GRANDE I BANK & TRUST I COMPANY I , sbbbbbI Cordially invites I H friendship. S EXPRESS PROBE RESUMED BY LANE three "ear r1 frlon Klll ramadV .'8d. frVV lW "" ' Mary Emily s n..- ." . fCtoni: MSt!?et- n2 urling.me: ? '"J-.T Tim" 1 15 Fair Lou- 1 hillip Calethumr in ran Charge Made that Compa- pames irront trroatly by Overcharges. WASHINGTON. D. C. Feh. 26. Commissioner Laae or the Interstate Commerae' com misson heard additional' jAsBaaaV to day in the government's iaqiir)r atta the reasonableness of express rates. practices, accounts and revenues of express companies. The hearing was a continuation of other hearings held y Mr. Lane in which the entire ex press aituatlon has been considered thoroughly. Plans for the publication of uniform ?"r,Ift ,f cpreas companies, unlfDrm . I SJ5-lnS nd cheaper rates were submitted to Mr. Lane by both the express companies and the shipping i n?J"te represented at the hearing. ' The investigation or the various ex- I " auainesa and the Immense profits that VULVA ha.n maA KaW Lw .1.a railroads and Hip express companies have furnished the Interstate Com merce commission with a great deal of interesting data In the hearing tmiav, it was brought out that express companies hare pocketed sums for oercharges aggre gating from $Ju0) an $6000 a day without an) attempt being made to return the oercharge. Mr Lane, in commenting upon the testimony given b arious wltnesaea, intimated thm criminal prosecutions ouid be instituted in some Instances against the express companies for violations of the interstate commerce U u Should eai li 'oer art" of the e'irrs companies he prosecuted. Mr I m Mated as hi opinion that the i nam St.ite srr.ernment could col lect over $1UO,00,000 In fines. The hearing todav will probablv be the last to he held bv the commis sion before an opinion is handed down ""egardma; the tase. State National Bank ESTABLISHED APRIL. 18S1. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 200,000. INTEREST PAID ON SATING ACCOUNTS C. R. MOREHEAD. Presides r 1ST ai.WRTT. Vice PresidABr. . . ajaa- " i - ---f - --- JOSEPH MAGOFFIK, V. Prel L. J. GILCHRIST, Ast Cashier. GEO- D- FLORY, Cashier, Have You Ever Received Interest on Money You Have Saved? If Not, a New Sensation Awaits You W ithout lifting a finger, the dollar you save will pay you a pension for 'He T a on want all your future years made easy by a liberal pension, make ttie effort now, while you have health and strength and prosperity. A e shall loan every one awkiag a deposit with us A BEAUTIFUL SAVINGS BANKS COME AND GET ONE. We Pay 4 Percent Interest, CoaipoiiBied Twice a Year. EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO. EL PASO, TEXAS. TUCUMCARI SCHOOL ENROLLMENT GROWS Tucumcart. X m. Feb 26. A report of the city schools for the past two months shows an enrolment of 842 students a steady Increase over the a hlh school is husiU en gaged In preparing: for the commence ment eek plai at the Urans opera house, the play being 'The Captain of Plymouth The pla is for the pur pot i,Iralslng funds for the school. The High School IVlioes th fnnmal of the school, i, .une "an effort to I get out the best edition in Its histo-y for commencement week A number of special articles on the schools o the city win be prepared. The jourml has received a number of favorable comments on its excellence during the jear. A heavy cold in the lungs that w a erected to cure itself has been the s'-irting point In man; cases of disease that ended fatallv The sensible course s to take frequent do-es of BAL-LRD-S HOREHOUND STRUP. u (hecks the progress of the disorder and assists nature to restore normal condi tions Price !5c 50c and $1 00 per bee tle Sold by Scott White & Co . 3 stores.