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11 FESRS ED SDK "II;" SIIS HI MUST PLAY TB Owner of Boston Team Is Apprehensive Lest His Play ers, Yielding to Newspaper Praise, Become Overcon fident of Winning American League Pennant and So Fail to Play to Their Utmost. Br FRANK ri;W YORK, Feb. 19. Joe Lannin, who owns the Boston Red Sox Q.....O .nAMnt ttiA flmr wnulri -win .ii l 'j 15 American league pennant un i , i i he sport wrltlns; crowd began to ii.ne the same feeling and to yolce it "And now I'm afraid that Tve been ji.id' declares the genial Joseph. Tue newspaper boys didn't know they v. -. jinxii's me but I've got a little iodine- that they have. You know they unintentionally Jinxed the Giants in I'M 4, they jinxed the Athletics in 1812, .uid they've jinxed a lot of other teams tii- picking them as "sure winners." Lanmti is of the opinion that a feel in x of ovcrconfidcnce may prevail ..mong the Ked Sox because so many xiorting person? are picking them to i.ih the bunting: this summer. ' I think I've got the talent that is tiftospary for a pennant winner" said l.'iniin. "and it the boys will go out ,,i '1 fight all the way there seems to be .i sood chance of their landing on top. K'it they must fight. I don't want thy tns to get thf idea they have an easy tak. If they do, the pennant chances ai e gone." " Robert Lee Hedges, owner of the St T.nuis Browns, is considerably amused ii the fact that other magnates are iti -suing him in an attempt to get some of his players. 'Josh, I have to laugh," remarked lldcs. whereupon he laughed "Here's im the fellow who spent a major por tion of his baseball life tloing nothing but d'.nsc after other magnates in an Be Good . To Yourself by keeping in good physical trim and you will be the best friend to yourself and a pleas ure to others. Most sicknesses begin in the ordinary and minor ailments of the digestive organs, and for these ailments have become the most popular remedy, because they are so Fafe, so certain, sand prompt in their beneficial action. Thsy tone the stomach, stim ulate the liver, regulate the bov.-els. By cleansing the system and purifying the blood they prove that they Are the Best Of Good Friends Largest Sale of Any Medicine in the World. Soli eTcrj-iAere. In boxct, 10,25c Meat Specials Prime Rib Roast, per lb Pot Roast, per lb Boiling' Heat, per lb Veal Shoulder Roast, per lb 17'2C 12'2C 10c 17'2C Home Made Bacon, per lb tWcnams PUfe OPITZ MARKET WE 'GIVE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS. 213 N. Stanton. JUST RECEIVED OUR "ARROW SHIRTS " for Spring. Guaranteed Fast Color $1.50 AND $2.00 Come in and See With Collar , SOMETHING G. MKNivE. eKort to buy a lew of their stars. But nary a star coma i gei. "A few years ago I quit. the vain pursuit. I decided we'd develop a few stars of our own. You see, I'd grown tired of chasing around. "Did we develop any? Say, from the way the other magnates chase me now you'd think I had a million wonderful ball players. And that's what makes me laugh this universal situation. Think of it Robert Lee Hedges, the pursuer of other days, is now the pursued. Isn't it funny?" Hedges, by the way, is doing unto others what used to be done to him. He s turning down pleas from other magnates who want his good players. "The other fellows want Shorten, Wellman, Hamilton, and some of my other good players," said Hedges. "They want them very, very much. It happens that I also want them. Therefore. I ask where do you think those fellows will play in 1915?" . Everybody seems td be doing now what Johnny McGraw started doing a. number of years ago employ a veteran coach to train the young pitchers. McGraw"s old team mate, Wilbert Robinson, was looking for a job some years ago. He applied to McGraw. Rob inson was too old and too bulky to play. McGraw was just about to turn down Robinson when he thought about the coaching Idea. Robinson was a great catcher in the old days and he always had accom plished great results in handling young pitchers. "You're hired," McGraw said to Rob inson. "You're title is coach. You're job will be to develop my 'young pitchers." Robinson made good. He labored long and patiently with "Rube" Marquard but he got results, ieir xesreau was as -wild as a Zulu warrior when he was turned over to Robinson for "treat ment." Tesreau today ranks as one of the greatest pitchers in baseball. Robin son made a good pitcher out of "Al" Demaree. The sucess of Robinson with the Giant recruits has influenced most of the other big league managers to hire a veteran catcher to coach the yearling twirlers. ' ARTILLERY AND INFANTRY PROMOTIONS ARE ANNOUNCED Washington, D. C Feb. 1. The follow ing army orders have been Issued: The following promotions of officers of field artillery arm are announced: -William Bryden. from first lieutenant. 6th field artil lery, to captain: Leo J. Ahern, from second lieutenant (detailed ordnance department) to first lieutenant; TJonald M. Beere, from second lieutenant, unasslgned, to first lieu tenant. The following promotions of officers of in fantry arm axe announced: George C. Bowea, from 2d lieutenant. 26th infantry, to fin: Hen tenant; John H. Hester, from second lieutenant, 21th Infantry, to first lieutenant; Franklin I Whitley, from second lieutenant, 1st Infantry, to first lieutenant; Alfred H. , Hobley, from second lieutenant (first lieu tenant, ordnance department) to first lieu tenant; Arthur J. Hanlon. from second lieu tenant, 8th infantry, to first lieutenant; OHn O. Ellis, from second lieutenant (attached to 18th infantry) to first lieutenant: Elmer C. Desohry. from second lieutenant, 19th infantry, to first lieutenant: Emlle V. Cut rer. from second lieutenant, 11th infantry, to first lieutenant. Cspt. Alvin B. Barber, corps of engineers, assigned to duty as recorfier of board of ord nance and fortification, vice Cspt. Robert R. Ralston, corps of engineers, relieved. Capt Ralph P. Woods, coast artillery corps, assigned to 94th company, upon re lief from duty as quartermaster of Fort Worden, Wash., and coast defences of Fuget 3ound. Capt. Louis J. VanSchaick, 7th Infantry, transferred to 11th Infantry. First Uout. William J. Fitzmaurice, as signed to 23d Infantry. For Saturday Pork Chops, per lb , Tig Ham Roast, per lb Pig Shoulder, per lb , Pure Pork Sausage, per lb ll'zc 15c .. 20c 25c Phone 136. the New Ones to Match DIFFERENT J i EL PASO HERALD Entries Juarez Jockey Club Saturday, Feb. 20, 73th Day. First race Purse: 2 year old maiden fil lies: three and a half furlongs. 59iS Anita 106 CCl'l Emily R. 108 5985 Iady Blanche 108 G021 Whispering Hope 108 6985 Maynie W. 112 C0L1 Rose Marian 113 007 Rapid 113 C021 Oveta 112 038 Megaphone 112 Anita R ; 112 -- B. 1.. Sir Irenus-Mrs. Nugent (Qulnlan & Iteigel). Quiz lis B. f.. The Picket-Query (Corrlgan & Mc Kinney). Second race Selling; 4 year olds and up ward;, six furlongs. x 57J5 "Admiral's Daughter '.. ...102 SOU Sla 105 KA", ,kKll,rt.aa 1ft, !ww-. uu.a.avu ... 601-3 Lillian Krlop i 107 6351 TBe Shrimp z. 107 6015 'Bat Masterson. 107 6010 SaIal 107 6010 Prospero Lad 109 6023 Tattler ....i 109 6012 Oungara 109 6010 Blectrowan 110 6981 Quick Trip 112 5944 Holaington 112 60S1 Mike Donlin Ill 6674 Beaumont 112 Third race Selling; year olds and up ward; nix furlongs. 6043 Hasel C. .;: .' 103 6012 Fafner 107 5998 Anytime 107 013 'Wan- ; 107 6043 'Capt. Druse i7 5941 Zenotek 110 6043 Klma 1J SS6U Miss Sly ae 6035 Dave Montgomery 112 MM Ben Levy . .112 3939 Lescar ., 112 6010 Kall-lnla .. 112 5529 Ruby Sun ! lis 604 Pedro HJ 6015 Capt. Lindaley us Fourth race Three year olds and up; Veracruz handicap; seven furlongs. 6015 Lackroee .... ...... 90 6030 Curlicue 90 (60?4) Mex 9 6000 Blarney 101 018 Injury ; 112 018 Rash 1 in Fifth race Selling; 4 year olds and up ward; five lurtaRgs. S9S8 Auntle Curl 6016 Mater ;.-.. : .... 101 6878 Imperftter ........103 $- 'Velle Forty J. 108 2390 Flnnlgin ; io 60J1 Manganese no 5989 . Quid Nunc 115 Sixth race Selling; 4 year -olds and up ward; one mile. 6031 A1 Wormwood 97 5925 'Zinkand 192 6036 Klek ia- 0M 'Art Hick "102 02 Polls M! 5932 Sleepland '.'..'.'.'.' ltf (6029) 'Lehigh '. WT 6036 'High Street . 107 6032 Doll Boy 197 6026 Black Mate iio7 6026 Acumen .... 107 06 Pro Realls no 6022 Eck Davis 119 Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed. Church Janitor Convicted. Sacramento, Calif., Feb. 19. David Fountain, a church Janitor -who con fessed of the murder of 10 year old Margaret Milling In the German Lu theran church of this city last Decem ber, was found guilty late Thursday of murder in the first degree. Not a wit ness was put oh the stand In his de fense and no plea for leniency was made. Fountain's attorneys, in cross examining witnesses, however, attempt ed to show that he was insane. The convicted man will be sentenced next Tuesday to death. Lecturer Is Again Attacked. Paterson. N. J. Feb. 19. Disorders occurred again ThmB3ay night at a meeting addressed by H. I King, who earlier in the week was attacked by auditors who objected to his attack on the Cathelic church. Bricks and stones hurled through windows and various missiles thrown at him by persons in the audience finally put him to flight, after he had been dodging about tha platform for some time, shouting his SDeech. Ivlnfir alinneri nut of the finll and was driven away in an automobile. I Itoblird oa l'ollce Dlnr. Chicago. I1L. Feb. 1. Two men Thursday night held up Henry R. Pon terno as he sat in his prh'ate bank 40 feet from the third precinct police sta tion, and robbed him of money and jew els aggregating $7000. When the rob bery occurred most of the detectives' and police sergeants were attending the annual banquet of the Police Sergeants' Benevolent association. Xotlce. Holmes Dyeing and Cleaning "Works is no longer connected in any way with the tailoring and cleaning office at 108 San Antonio street, next to the Wig wam theater. Phone 7S6 and our auto will call on you. Can leave package on Mesa avenue, next to Guarantee Shoe Co. "No place like Holmes." Adv. Glean. Milk From Dirty Dairies Is t possible t Certainly not. Dirt in milk is mostly manure. Nothing less.- Nothing more. Good for fer tilizer but not for your Btomachg. Now is a good time to visit tlfe dairy that supplies you. Then come and see ours. We know how. El Paso Dairy Co. THE CLEAN DAIRY. Sirloin or Bound Steaks, lb.....l7&e T-Bone Steaks, lb. 20c Rib Koast, lb. 15c U. S. Meat Market 2229 Magoffin Phone 2675 SPECIAL, PIUCES TO UOAItDtXG HOUSES. PURE. SPARKLING, HEALTHFUL DISTILLED WATER El Paso Distilled Water Co PHONE 489 Weston 's Dairy Lunch NEW JUID SANITARY. Hot CnUe and Waffle any boar, da7 or night. 320 E. San Antonio. Phone 831. GIMDEL'S Alta Vista Grocery We handle high grade staple and fancy Groceries.' Fruits, Candles, ana Bakcrr Goods. Pure products always found here. Cor. Cceco & Copla Sts. Phone SS.t. BATEMAN BOWLERS WIN FSOM FOSTER Honraton Team la Defeated liy Aliliofts in Smelter LenRue 3Intch; De partments IIowI TonlKht. Bateman team, 4; Foster team, 0. Abbott team, 3; Hourston team, 1. This was the outcome of the games in the Smelter league Thursday night. These results brought the two leaders closer together and almost eliminated the two others. Judging from the way the teams now stand and the way they have been rolling for the past month the Foster team will finish third ut the end of the season and the Hours ton crowd last. The leadership is still very much in doubt The Abbott team js only two points ahead of the Bate-, man five and the way the latter bunch has .been going for the past six weeks gives it at worst an even chance to overcome that small lead, and finish on top of the heap. tn the first match Thursday night Woodburn had high game for the night with, a score of 202, one pin more than his teammate, Rheinheimer, upset. Ithelnheimer had high total for the night with a score of 517, giving him an average of 18S for the three games. In the second match Abbott had high game with 196 ad high total with 514. Tonight the Smelter department league will roll. Tho scores Thursday night and the standing of the teams to date are as follows: Bateman Rheinheimer 1ST 201 179 G'. Woodburn 149 166 202 508 Morean 101 188 124 34 KotnlK 174 Bateman IBS 161 174 117 183 451 518 737 S41 811 2309 Foster (Foster 169 139 160 468 .lessen ...... ...... aa -"" " Frutt lie 11 3, 125 .147 Baker 10 94 101 303 Fanner 166 159 151 466 65 G 6S9 697 2033 Abbott SodsrhOlIB 149 166 117 Sheffield HI 10 187 Rogers 112 143 146 Barter 11 1S6 110 Abbett : 19S 146 173 711 751 732 llourrten ' Wilkinson 143 128 163 Butler 27 127 127 Dorapler ,164 1J6 166 Hourston 17 149 134 Critchett 127 86 176 668 620 766 Smelter Xeazuo Standing. Team Won Lost Abbott 4S 27 Bateman 43 29 Foster 31 l Honratoa .25 47 432 478 401 39 514 2194 434 381 460 390 389 2054 Frt. .625 .597 .431 .347 Blood Destruction Stopped and Rebuilt Worries Overcome, Evidence Brushed Away. The Skin Cleared. S. S, S.. the famous blood purifier, is man's architect. It contemplates the dam age done and repairs the damage. It also looks after the possible damage and cor rects all tendency to blood eruptions, decay of bones, clogging of joints and any and all of those myriad of destructive effects such as rheumatism, catarrh, swollen glands, sore throat, bronchial affections and the boat of Infirmities so well known as being caused by Impure blood. And now, why should S. E. 8. do all this? Simply because it is Nature's antidote, a remedy of search ing Influence. It contains a powerful, nat ural Ingredient, that sweeps Its way to the skin. And ia doing this it not only anni hilates destructive germs but causes them to be so converted that they arc easily and harmlessly voided, expelled or de stroyed and then driven out through the natural outlets of the body. Thus let S. S. S. be your safeguard In all blood troubles no matter whatv they are. It won't fall yon. Get a bottle today of any druggist but icfusQ any and all substi tutes. Get In communication with the medical department. Write The Swift Specific Co., 54 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. This special advisory work on blood troubles has been of Incalculable benefit and has cured a host of sufferers. Honor Roll of El Paso's Pure Food Dispensers ' i ...I. . . . ii, , "Q A I7P7T V ETO QHT' APPLIES TO FOOD SUPPLIES OriLI I riltdl ABOVE EVERYTHING ELSE PURE FOOD Merchants are "Safely First" in supplying you with your food products. As they are careful to give you what they advertise, the most sanitary and the purest food products they can secure. One cannot be too careful .in selecting just the right food at the rigKt place. Much illness can and will be prevented if housewives will insist upon "SAFETY FIRST: ABSOLUTE CLEANLINESS." Demand that every article of food that you buy" is bought from a strictly sanitary grocery, meat market, dairy, restaurant, drugstore, etc, and that it is handled in a simon pure sanitary manner byiclean careful clerks. Housewives are directly responsible for dirty groceries, meat markets, dairies, drugstores, restaurants, etc, for if they will insist upon "SAFETY FIRST" by calling the attention of the merchant to an unclean employee or store; almost immediately the merchant who has the welfare of his customers and his business at heart will transform the shop into a sanitary one. A prosperous merchant will take the hint gracefully, and thank you for the suggestion, for it may be that being very busy he has overlooked this most important issue. And knowing that success depends upon the up-to-date, sanitary food store, will not neglect it in the future. Buy from "PURE FOOD" merchants who advertise on this page and you are assured of "SAFETY FIRST" pure food products. PRESIDENT BRAND ASK Y'OUR GROCER SANDERSON .t CRIBBS Staple and Fancy Groceries. Cor. Dakota and Son Diego Sta. Phone 5550. Our groceries guaranteed. We not only want your orders, butjour good will as well. We give you satisfac tion for every dollar you spend with us or money refunded. Try us for a square deal. COPPER EXPORTS FOR WEEK ARE VALUED AT 994,520 Washington. T. C. Feb. 19. During the week ending Feb. 13, copper ex ports from the United States totaled 7,142,042 pounirj,valued at 1994,520. ac cording to an announcement by the de partment of commerce. Of this, 5.077.497 pounds went to England, C72.107 to Italy; 448.146 to Scotland; 448,080 to Sweden; 251,169 to Norwav and 227,761 to Canada. Imports of copper were 1.978,261 pounds of ore, mostly from Cuba, and 2,162,075 pounds of pigs, ingots, bars, etc., mostly from Chile. Athcy cloth-lined weather atrip keep out the cold. Rathbun-MIx Co. Adv. See Ardoin'a Meat Ad., page 6. Adv. Time to think about them now Time to equip yourself for better results than you had Jast year. Youll find lawn making and gardening easier, more satisfactory, mdre economical if you select. your garden tools from our big quality stock. Rakes, Hose, Spades, Hand Forks, Trowels, Pruning Shears, Sprayers, Sprinkling Pots 117 San Francisco St. i vw .?- -r- syirjr I . Premier Tram KANSAS CITY 28 hrs. WASHINGTON 64 hrs. Round Trip Tickets to All Principal Steamship Tickets to All Parts For Fares, Pullman Eeservations, Schedules, or Any RICHARD WARREN, Uenerai Agent, BAGGAGE AMBASSADOR BRAND COFFEES Spanish and Mexican Dishes. CENTRAL CAFE Open from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Stanton & Second Streets. BI.ISS ASSLMKS DLTIES AS V ASSISTANT CHIEF OP STAFF Washington, D. C, Feb. 19. Brig. Gen. Tasker H. Bliss. Thursday, as sumed his duties as assistant chief of staff. He has been on duty on the Mexi can border as commander of the south ern department. Maj. Ucn. Frederick Funston succeeds Gen. Bliss In com mand of the southern department. K. E. HASSETT IS II-L. R. E. Bassett head of the joint im migration bnrean, who has been 111 for some weeks at Las Cruces, is greatly improved and will soon be about again, according to John L. Talt, of the bu reau, who has just returned from Las Cruces. See Ardoin'a Meat Ad., page 6. Adv. th r u GARDEN HOSE Here's a hose made for service and backed by the positive guar anty which insures the quality of every article bearing the "KracK ajacK" trade mark. Come in both rubber and cotton. Less ezpepsive, but thoroughly dependable Hose, are the Gate City and Cactus brands. Also ii' rubber and cotton. Every desirable style of Nozzle or Lawn Sprinkler attaciuaent carried in stock. K & MOYE'S "Hardware Satisfaction" OLDEN Compare Our Service With Others. FROM EL PASO TO-- CHICAGO . . .42 hrs. NEW YORK... 65 hrs. City Ticket Office Kooerts-Uanner Bldg. El Paso, Texas. Phones 594-5851. CHECKED FROM HOTELS AND RESIDENCES." Pickwick Restaurant X SI. BB.AK, Proprietor, Ladies' Dining Room 465 Korth Oregon Street. Regular Dinner, 11:30 a. m lb 8 p. m. 35 Cents. STATESMAN BRAND HE KNOWS. M. OPITZ 213 N. Stanton. Freeh and Cared Meats, Home Made Sausage, etc. Delivery to all parts of the elty. rhocr J 16. AMERICAN BORN WOMAN CAN'T VOTE; FOREIGN BORN CAN I Chicago, III., Feb. 19. A double rul- ihg of the election commission Thurs day deprivea or ne voie airs. ..ngej.) jlurolo. American born woman and a resment of Chicago all her ltfe. while , Mrs. Minnie Clemens, foreign born. was gr&niea a. risni iv ww vu a can didate for mayor. Mrs. Murolo, the commission found, recently married an alien and conse quently lOBt her American citiienabip Mrs. Clemens was granted the right to vote because her husband, now dead was naturalized 18 years ago. .When her husband is naturalized Mrs. Murc!o can vote again. See Ardoln'n Meat Ad., page 6. Adv. 8or I m am f? ' ) 1 S.I.1 TATE LIMITED ST. LOUIS. BOSTON ... .40 hrs. .67 hrs. Eastern Resorts of the World Other Information, Ask H. D. McGREGOR, MR, Agent, 1 o, Texas. 1 City Passenger - El Paso. Rich Milk Clean Milk Safe Milk Official analyses, by City Health Department, of oar milk for five consecutive months Butter Colonies Fat Bacteria Aug. 1911 4.S14 35,600 Sect. 1914 4.S 45.900 Oct. 1(14 4.6 40.040 Nov. 1914 4.4 23,900 Dec. 114 4.8 22.000 Average 4.8 35.400 City Standard .. 3.4 150.000 Tha result of persona attention of owners to every detail of handling Nothing- left to htreri help. Herd absolutely free from at taint of tuberculosis Officially test ed each six months, and never a reacting animal No person with tuberculosis, or other transmissible disease, connect ed with our plant in any capacity. Red Cross Dairy PHOAE 2W. Woodlawn Bottling Co. We solicit your patronage on all blgk grade soft drinks. Promnt ffiai tCffteleS-t Servtc. Phone 36jk SS So. Florence St. Rio Grande Ice and Fuel Co. PURE DISTILLED WATER PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE.