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EL PASO HERALD
10 Tuesday, December S, 1914 113 11 U T WM PK,rc , RING GENERALSHIP Organized .ball Hopes lo Xlold .Flayers HELPS WIN FIGHTS -::- -::- -::- -M- -:":" Races Soon Will J3e Inaugurated "Bab: -n FFORTS will be made H nateg of th National and Amerl--' can league to prevent Walter Johnson, the star twlrler of the Wash ington Senators, and Rube Marquard. Dr B. II. CAUDLE. by mag- . suit the favorite finished next to last. Jf.Jf.Jfc Jockey Matthews finally got Lady London home In front. The other day the boy was thrown from the mare when the barrier wentup and she ran She puueo. up f ..u ""- " away. .i. i...mnnt Miiihiuw nf thA New York ( .,.- .!..,., .anA unlnlured and Mon Giants, from playing with the Federal day beat a big field of thoroughbreds next sumnwsr. Both nave , v"-u . leasut Mned contracts to play with the new orginUatiun. and it Is now reported Dint inducementa are being tff1red Home Run" Baker, Eddie Collins, blim' Sallee, Chief Meyers and other st.irs to Jump organised baseball. Tlie continued raids of the Federals upon organized baseball is having its erf oct on the owners of the Isatlonal .irul American league teams. If the Federals do succeed In signing a few more such stars as Bender, Flank. Mar quard and Johnson, the "outlaws' will be as strong, if not stronger, than either of the organised leagues when the curtain is rung up next season on baseball. The announcement that Rube Mar quard had signed with the Federals came as a distinct surprise, since only a few days ago. In an interview with Christy Mathewson, the Rube an nounced his intention of signing aeon tract with the Giants. But president Robert Ward of the Brooklyn Federals states he has Marquard's contract and that he has made an affidavit that he Is a free agent. John P. Foster of the New York club states that Marquard has signed a 1915 and 1916 contract, with an option on his services In 1917. Clark Griffith claims to have a con tract with Johnson for his services in 1915 and states that If he does not play with the Nationals next year he won't plav at all. Johnson drew a salary of SliOOO during the past season, $2500 of which, Griffith states, was for his Signature on a 1915 contract. Within a few weeks the "baby races" will be inaugurated on the winter race courses and the yearlings will become two vear olds and face the barrier for the first time in a race. The two year old races start on New Year's day and a number of high class events are scheduled to be runoff during the re mainder of the winter, in which the two year olds will hold sway. There are about 150 head of high class yearlings at the over the river course that are now being got ready for their first starts. Several of the stars of the raeing world have won their first brackets m winter race courses. Among those which first started on a winter track Is the great Old Rosebud, owned by H. C. Apple gate Old Rosebud won his first race across the river. He won the Ken tucky Derby last spring in fast time and was looked upon as one of the fast est horses that ever looked through a bridle He broke down at Belmont park, and is being rested this winter, but will again be raced next spring. Hawthorn, now a four year old. won his first race on a winter race course, two years ago winning brackets across the river. Pan Zareta, the crack four year old owned by 1L S. Newman, the Texas breeder, won her first race across the river. She started her maiden races the same year that Hawthorn did nnri durlne- her career has won n.anv rich stakes for her Texas owner. riing Wolf is another crack sprint er that won his first race as a two year old on a winter race course. Last Coin, the sensational two year old, was in the Butler stable last winter across the i ier but did not face the barrier here. In the east last Coin developed into a 4,'J ej.t thoroughbred. , There was considerable rough rid ing at the Juarez course Monday after noon and as a result judge Price set two boys down. Hartwell drew five days for his ride on Polls, coming out of the mile chute. The starting judge recommended that the boy be punished for his ride and judse Price gave him five days. The same suspension was drawn by jockey Carrel 1 for his ride on Carrie Orme in the fourth race. In this race Ben's Brother was interfered with considerably on the far turn and the turn into the stretch and as a re- jt Much interest is being manifested among local fight fans at the bout to be staged at the Vernon arena Tuesday evening between Johnny Drnidee a Joe Rivers. The event will be -0 rounds and the winner will be matched with Willie Ritchie, who has issued a challenge to the victor which will be accepted no matter who wins. Both boys Have traihed hard for the contest and both are confident of winning. On dope Dundee looks the winner. He fought a draw with John ny Kilbane in a 20 round event and Kilbane stopped the Mexican. Jimmy Collins, considered by many the greatest third baseman that ever played the game, is reported dying from pneumonia at his home near Buf falo. Collins played on the first Amer ican league team that Boston had and was manager of the team that won the first world's series with the Pitts burg Pirates In 1903. He also won the pennant in 1904. DAVIS ND DUXARD MIX BILLIARD MATCH L. Davis and R. Dillard won a special bowling match from IL Carr and S. Camp bell at the Wifrwam alleys Monday night by a margin of fie pins, pillard took high game, S10. and Davis high total, 912. Score: 172 192 204 149, 310 169 163 1S2 181 892 H. Carr 192 S. Campbell . . 198 391 184 210 L. Davis R. Dillard 241 176 165 355 170 183 191 154 320 1803 191 912 184 896 394 341 353 345 375 180S Why Not! One of those beautiful Mexican Lace Wheelwork. Handkerchiefs for that Xmas present, at Beach's Art Shop, 403 San Francisco St Advertisement (Continued from Page C) general but he pays such close atten tion to his manager, Scotty Montieth, that his effectiveness is greatly in creased. Xnturnl Instinct. To my mind, ring generalship cannot be taught, but if a boxer has it in him It can be developed to a high degree. The tendency to do the right thing at the right time is one of the natural in stincts of a good boxer and without it ring generalship will never be a part of the boxer's stock in trade. One sign of a good ring general Is the ability to discover every weakness of an opponent, not so much in a box ing sense, as that really comes under the head of cleverness, but the ability to discover Just where an opponent Is most vulnerable. Some boxers can take a hard blow on the chin with little bad effect and still be weak around the body, and It is good ring generalship that enables a boxer to discover these facts regarding his opponent. DAILY RECORD MANDOT AND KILBANE FIGHT 12 ROUND MATCH TO DRAW Aron. O, Dec S Joe Mandot. of New Orleans, a lightweight and ..ohn ny Kilbane, of Cleveland, champion featherweight fought a 12 round match here Monday night The bout was a clever one and while no decision was given, the newspaper writers said It was even. Mandot was unmarked at the end of the fight In the i.rst two rounds Kilbane landed oftener, but In the other ten, with the possible exception of the eighth, Mandot landed as often if not Oltencr tnan ine ""hi tenth and Ham 'on. five passenger Overland, champion. In a clinch In the tentn au;.,,slmu ' Najera. 2907 Finley street, round Kilbane received a Daa cui o.ei , f. ""- - "r Ford, the right eye and his face was very ""."jZS nper GouidnE, 1123 North Oregon bloody, until the end of the fight ! .... .even passenger Cole. ltnildlnc rermlts. I To S T Rodriguez, to build an 8 room adobe. Ninth and El Paso streets, estimated CTo II J McMuIlen, to build a frame out house. 628 Federal street; estimated cost ' To C Rodriguez, to build additional room at 912 South Virginia street; estimated cost To M L. Roddy, to erect barber pole. 110 South Stanton street; estimated cost 320. To Thomas Holland, to build a frame garage, 3414 Tularosa street; estimated cost ' To W A. TVorley. to make general repairs. 1116 San Antonio street: estimated cost J500. Deeds Filed. MnJla avenue, between Louisiana and Florida avenues J. E. Bischoff to Lloyd Parlr lots 28 and 29. block 141. Highland rark'additlon, consideration J1300, Dec. 4, 1914 South side of Trowbridge between Fort Bliss road and Lamar street James Craw ford to Crawford Lumber Co, lot 13 and west 10 feet of lot 14. block L, Hague sub division of Government Hill addition, con sideration J610. Dec. 5. 1914. South side of Trowbridge between Fort Bliss road and Lamar street J. D. Love to James Crawford, lot 13 and west 10 feet of lot 14. block L, "Hague's subdivision of Government Hill addition; consideration J610. Dec 5, 1914. North side of Campbell street between Blanchard and Blacker streets R. A. Ramey and Tom B. Newman to Ballard Coldnell. lots 11. 12, 13. 14 and 15. block 130, Alexander's addition; consideration J2500; Oct 9, 1914. Licensed to AVed. ' BIscente R. Corrlllo to Feliciana Palocioa. Jose Herrera to Cornelia Martinez. Miguel Salazar to Jesus .Mendoza. A. E. Saunders to Bertha Short Automobiles Licensed. 910H. M. Shaffer. Durazno and Cebada, streets, five passenger Ford. 2911 City health department city hall. Metz runabout 2912 Merardo Ulanco, uranaview raijt The last two rounas were veiy ., but Kilbane's swings often went wild. The twelfth was rough. Both men fell to the floor several times In clinches. Mandot appeared the fresher at the end of the bout. . . .. Not once during the fight did Mandot manage to land his famous right swing although he tried to repeatedly. . Finest assortment of Navajo Indian Blankets with 25 percent discount at Kline's old reliable Curio Store, 420 San Francisco St Advertisement The ordinary cost or a Want Ad In The El Paso Herald Is 25 cents. It reaches an average of about $5,000 readers each issue. 2915 V i. HlOCKer, Hi. -liyiiio meuuc, five passenger Ford. 2916 Dease & Odell, smelter, six passen crcir c&r i 2917 ". H. Burnett. 2512 Wyoming street five passenger Studebaker. Births Males. To Mrs. Ed Caldwell. 617 Gold street; To Mrs. Pedro Romas, 916 South Hill street: Nov. 30. ... To Mrs. Aneelmo Barela, 18 Laurel street: To Mrs. Leonard G. E. BIgnell, Sll Mesa avenue: Nov. 30. ... To Mrs. Thomas Andrew Dougherty, Al tura Park; Dec. 1 Births Female. To Mrs. Augustin M. Sloane, 707 Hidalgo alley; Dec. 5. His heaffrjs desije AKmmi' . y d j r vfsA Llif GOLFING HINTS By "STRAIGHT DRIVE." CLFB DINNERS Those golfers who belong to clubs which do not wind up the season with a big get together golf club dinner miss one of the best and mest enjoyable events of the season. Let them stir around a bit and get one started. The more informal the spread and the greater the crowd brought out the more successful and beneficial the gathering. A good old-fashioned bowl of mutton broth, a good bit of meat with vegetables, pump kin or mince pie, tea, coffee, and ale are better calculated to produce the desired good fellowship than a course dinner. Such an annual feast when all club members can get to know their club fellows in a way impossible on the links is always hjghly advan tageous from every standpoint A few golfing stories and some good songs all go to cultivate an old fashioned man-to-man relation that Is wholesome in the extreme. Py 1 He's Sure To Be Pleased If You Give Him a "KRACKAJACK" GIFT, That's because "KracKajacK" Ctfii tut 'thd quality frW- subslanlial, Torth-vhih articles lhal appeal lo the practical side of a man. Here are some suggestions jtiil a fern from our big stock of gifts for men. UMglCAOEDCSSj Red Cross Christmas Seals ONE CENT EACH Buy and use on the back of all mail. The use of Christmas Seals is an evi dence of your interest in the world wide movement to stamp out ALL preventable disease and to lengthen human life. Everyone can help. Orders Seals now from Everybody's, the Popular, the White House, Shel-ton-Payne Arms Co., A. P. Coles A, Bros., Mrs. J. A. Potter, Interna tional bookstore, Curran's, El Paso Book Co. Of the total amount col lected in sale of stamps, 60 percent goes into local work, 30 percent to the state work, and only 10 percent to the national work. So the Christ mas Efal movement is distinctly a Iotal one after all. Here's What He Wants . Shot Guns. Rifles. Tool Chests. 4.75 and up , Machinist's Tools, Starrett's Carpenter's Tools, Saws, Hammers. Hatchets, Braces, Planes, Levels, etc Automobile Tools, Wrenches, Pilars, Wheel 'Pullers, etc ' Tool Handle Sets, 35c up Ivory Rules, S1.50 to ?7.'00 Lunch Boxes With Vacuum Bottles, $2.50 Icy Hot Bottles Pints $1.00 to $4.50 Quarts $2.00 to $5.50 Icy Hot Carafes $5.00 to $10.50 Alarm Clocks, 90c to $3.00 Ingersoll Watches, $1.00 to $2.50 Bath Room Fixtures Towel Rods, Glass Shelves, Soap Dishes, Tumbler Holders, Mirrors, etc Gun and Shell Cases Hunting Coats Pants, Vests, Leggins Knives, Axes Aluminum Camp Sets Safety Razors, 35c to $12.00 Razor Blades, different kinds Regular Razors, $1.00 to $3.50 Razor Strops, 35o- to $2.00 1 Stropping Machines $1.00 to $30' Shaving Mirrors, $2.00 to $3.60 Shaving Brushes, 15c to $2.00 Pocket Knives, 25c to $6.00 Office Knives, $1.00 and $1.23 .Game Shears, $2.00 to $2.50. Carving Sets, $1.00 to $12.50 Cuspidors, 50o to $3 00 Fire Sets, $3.50 to $9.00, Fire Screens, $1.00 to $3.50 Cork Screws, 10c to $2.60 Julep Strainers, 50o Lemonade Shakers, 50c to $1.10 Auto Icy Hot Sets Tents, Camp Chairs, Tables Cigar Lighters y -.-vu, 1 ..r . 'it . Ksaafr-'-fc. V . vh.ll 1 -i.'u!:i 1 3i! Phone for our Christmas Booklet of "KracKajacK" Gifts Useful Gifts are "KracKajacK" Gifts Krakauer, Zork&Moye's S.I. "HARDWARE SATISFACTION." 1 1 7 San Francisco St. m faff it 4 1 s 9 1 17 "Safety First" - BREAD, 3c A LOAF Best of fresh Vegetables, Meats and Staples at Lowest Cash Prices. Quick Deliveries. McMickle's Grocery COO San Antonio St. fbone 0180, CANDY SPECIAL ON OUR PECAN MEXICAN KISSES 25c THE LB. WEDNESDAY ONLY &&, 0 ? OF Huyler's, Maillard's and Lowney's Chocolates. SOMETHING NEW IN OVAL FRAMES Bring any sized photograph you have and we will fit it with one of our new style oval frames. TUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO, 210 N STANTON ST. Particularly Does This Universal Phrase Apply to This Store. No matter how large the crowds, you shop in absolute safety here (in this, El Paso's Only FIREPROOF DEPARTMENT STORE) Double ?K Green Stamps Every Morning Until 1 P. M. Until Xmas as an Extra Incentive to Morning Shopping Solid Gold Shell Signet RINGS Two Weights GOc & ipi.no. ENGRAVED FREE EVERYBODY'S See That Tonr Church Gets a Xmas TREE FREE! With Onr Compliments vrTJJL fttfo '. FKril !v jWWBi i fhe 20th Century I Santa Claus I Xmas Gifts for All withoutacentofcost lXHTE GIVE &W V Stamps Cheer (fully with every pur 'fchase. They're free and are accepted as legal tender in the Premium Parlor where thousands of handsome gifts are now on display. 27f Green Stamps mean many added luxuries without, any added expense. All Wise Women Save S&C Stamps! Novelty Cloakings and Dress Goods Are Very Specially Priced Astrakhan Cloaking, 54 lo 69 in. Wide, Worth $4.00 a Yard. Special $2. 95 Jersey back Astrakhan, which needs no lin ing, comes extra heavy quality, in the most wanted shades, such as dark brown, navy blue and black; sold regularly up to $4.00 a yard; specially priced- 2.95 $3.50 and $4.00 Novelty Cloakings, 54 to 60 inches Wide, $2.50 a Yard. Comes in the new Scotch Plaids, Astrakhan; Chinchilla, Balmacaan Velvets, Stripes and Box Plaids; Specially favored this season. Spot-Proof Broadcloth 54 inch sponged and shrunk, spot proof broadcloth, high lustre finished; guaranteed to hold; 30 different shades, d Q ff ayard P.UU fr !i&kv A 1 iJ5fev urV J U KJLMiM n Ml MM 1 nr -.f $1.50 CREPE DE CHINE $1.00 40 in. wide, medium weight, in all the newest shades. l! We Wish That Every Woman Could Know, as Hundreds of Women Do Know, the Ad vantages of this Garment Sale. The sale includes hundreds of Suits, Afternoon and Evening Gowns, Evening Wraps and Coals at suck Radically Reduced Prices That Every Wcaan Should Make a Special Effort to Attend. For Suits of fine French serges, gabardines, cheviots, wool poplins, imported lustrous broad cloths, beautifully trimmed with fort, satins, silks and velvets, in every new and wanted color. Suits from our regular stock that were marked from $29.75 to $39.75 and some as high as $45.00. Afternoon and Evening tf f Q f 'E Dresses, Values to $29.75...P&7 t & Afternoon and Evening OQ 7 Dresses, Values to $45.00...? & & Afternoon and Evening QQ 7 Dresses, Values to $85.00...pO& . $ U Women9 s Evening Wraps Unusually Low in Price Women who have delayed the buying of Evening Wraps may profit now by the greatly reduced prices on our entire line of Evening Wraps. Wraps of satin, velvet, gold embroidered silks, fine imported broadtails, and exquisite broad cloths in cape, semi cape and, draped coat effects. Divided into 3 lots for convenience of selection. Lot No. 1 Lot No. 2. Lot No. 3. $29.75 $39.75 $59.75 Values to $45.00 Values to $60.00 Values to $100.00 w" t iv'ievv w V W k V - 2 uismsM 1 J3ft AVdfr. I ," ! Attention, Sportsmen! We can supply your every need in Guns, Ammunition and Hunting (Jloth inrr RpTirl ns vnnr mnil nrdfirs. rsasK- -? J : Z CLIm. D A . r" tjiuziiun-i uyiisz Jiruta u. Automobile and Accessories Directory RENT CARS Day and Night Sen Ice. Careful, Courteous Drivers. pV!rmoa AUTO LIVEEY CO. no VJJLXX -tLaijJj DlilX Trip 50c per passenger. Hates 53.00 per hoar. Auto Tires and Bosch Service Station Western Battery & Magneto Co., 508 N: Kansas Try The Herald Want m EEVIL'S Will fix up the finest Dutch Lunch, Sandwiches, Salads, on short notice. BudwtiseT Beer, Wines, and Liquws, for Family use. Phone 105. 520 N. Stantor- i Herald Want Ads for results.