El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 22, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 5, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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If you have’nt seen
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212-214 EL PASO STREET, EL PASO, TEXAS.
IS TflE WINNER
Close Finishes Characterize
Yesterday’s Racing at
Chicago on the Lake-
ALL WERE FAST EVENTS
CArd at Latonia Contains Many
Notable Features. — Jake
Green burg Wins Mile
and One Sixteenth
THE ENTRIES FOR TODAY
Dynaaty, 110; Emma C. 97; Little
Rock, 10S; Haiticc, 102: Alee, 102;
Uoomerack. 110; Pride of Surry, 10S;
Prtncraa Julian. 107.
Chicago, Nor. 4 — Cloac finishes
characterised the racing today at the
Lakeside track, with Little Elkin car-
rying ofr the honor* in the mile and
The reaults aa received at the Wig-
wam Turf Exchange are aa follow*;
PI rat race, eleven-sixteenths of a
mile, selling; Glenrlco won. X 1-3 to
1; Lord Melbourne second. SO to 1;
Albemarle third, 10 to 1. Time. 1:10,
Second race, three-quarters of a
mile, selling; The Caxton won. S to j
1; Theory aecond. 4 to 1; Prestorlu*
third. 4 to 1. Time. 1:17.
Third race, one mile, purse; Banter
The civil docket In the county court
will brobably be taken up this morn-
—HOT LUNCH—"BIG KID."
8. K. Barnes, who resided In El Paso
several year* ago, died in Plmal coun-
—The Acme for fine whiskies.
A 2 year-old child of Miguel Ochoa
died of typhoid fever at *09 South
—Rex Plaster* tor colds at Schaef-
fer's drug store.
Mr*. French of the Salvation Army
will lecture at the Presbyterian church
—For One perfumes, go to Schaef-
fer's drug store.
8. F. Diderot, who removed from El
Paso to Denver about eight months
ago, was recently married to Mias
Ell* Fulter of that city.
—For a cold glass of aoda water,
go to Potter 4k Whim's.
A great deal of live stock will, it Is
jaald. tie shipped out of Mexico this
! fall. A number of large contracts
| have recently been cloned
—If you enjoy a good drink of
1 whisky, call at the Acme.
It la stated that a site for a build-
ing for the mineral exhibit from the I
southwest will yet be secured at the
World's Fair grounds
A. Courchesae Is putting In a big
rock crusher at his limekiln Just above
I the smelter, which be expe ls to have
In working order in a few days.
—For valley or Vsleta property see
W. R Merchant, Vsleta. Tex.
J. A. Smith Is making arrangements ;
to test the prmrUratclity of ualng oil
instead of gasoline (a pumps for Irri-
The executive beard of the lnternn-
Para, Pals and Sparkling. Bottled
Only at tha Brewery in St Louis.
Ortter From Dan Carr.
HALE JOHNSON KILLED
WAS CANDIDATE FOR VICE PRES-
Prominent Prohibition Leader Shot by
Man From Whom Ht Wa« Trying
to Collect a Debt—His Slayer Ap-
Kfflnghnin, ill., Nov. 4.—Halo John
son, a prohibition leader of national
reputation and candidate lor vice pres-
ident on the prohibition ticket in 1896,
was shot and killed by Henry Harris
this afternoon at Bogota, « village In
Jasper county, thirty miles from here.
Mr. Johnson, who was practicing htw
ill Newton, the county seat, went lo
Bogota to collect an account on which
Judgment had already been rendered
An altercation occurred between
Johnson and Harris at the Harris
home, and the latter secured a rho,
gun and fired at Johnson at <Vo#o
range, the charge striking Johnson In
the face and causing Instant death.
Immediately after the shooting Har-
ris jumped Into Johnson s buggy end
attempted to make tils escape, hut was
apprehended by a deputy sheriff, who
had accompanied Johnson and who
was a witness to the shooting, John
son's body was taken to hi* home |n
Newton, and Harris was conveyed to
jail In the same place.
Harris committed suicide In the
county Jail tonight by taking poison
f won. 6 to 5; McGyle second. 8 to t;
Jaubert tblrd. 8 to 1. Time 1:4*. siooal Miner*' nsseriatton met yratcr-
Fourth race, one mile and fifty;day afternoon and audited their ae-
vards: The Conqueror I! won. 3 to‘counts. No other business of Impor-
V Rolling Boer second. * to 1; Flags? lance was trwmeted
~ ' ~ ; Jhtrd. 8 to I. Time. 1:13 8-5.* —National Cushion Frame Bicycle.
ENGAGEMENT ,b* ** E1 cycle
> mile: Kanktn won. 2 to X ; Sidney company.
_ Sabath second. S to 1; Musical SUp-
J per third, 7 to 5. Time, 1:102-5.
Sixth race, one mile and one-eighth:
Little Elkin won. 4 to 1: Htusah sec-
ond, 2 to 1: Chickadee third. 4 to L
Time. 1:36 3 5- »
VENEZUELAN REBELS ROUTED
BY GOVERNMENT FORCES.
Troop# of the Insurrectionist Leader#
Scattered All Over the Country and
Peace Is Secured—People Jubilant
Over End of Revolution.
Cincinnati, O.. Nov. 4— AM events
on today'# card at I-atonia course
were fast. Jake Green burg won the
mile and one-alxteenth. beating Little
Boy and Onyx II.
The result# as received at the Wig j
THIS IS THKCOAI, AUK
Production in 1901 Had Increased
Washington, Nov, 4.—In 1901 the
coal production of (he world was 866.
166.000 short ton*, compared with 450,-
996.000 metric tons in 1883. and 83.-
000.000 metric tons in 1850. which was
less than the present output of Penn
sylvanla. During the last thirty
years the combined . output of the
United States, the United Kingdom and
Germany has averaged about five
slxih# of the coal output ot the world.
Possessing but*# tomb ot the world’*
population, they have produced about
83 per rent of the mineral fuel, while
the rematnjng 90 per cent of the in
habitants of the world have produced
only about 17 per rant of the coal.
In 18M, for the first time, the coal
production of, the United State* ex-
ceeded In quantity that of Great Brit-
ain. Till# superiority has been main^
mined for two successive years Dur-
ing 1301 the shares of the leading coni*
producing countries were a* follows
United Slates. 34 per cent; United
Kingdom, 28 per cent, and Germany.
19.2 per cent. Nor la there any proa-
Jiisrt that the leading position of the
United State* may be lost In favor of
another country within any calcula-
ble future time
If Hungry or Thirsty,
Go to Phil Young # Cato, *17 El Paso
gtieet. The only oyster bouse and
only Cincinnati beer in tbe city.* Oya-
ter* on half shell a specially.
r- Art exhibit and reception at P,
Feldman's Studio today from 2 tfll
to p. ro
Caracas, Venezuela, Nov. 4.—The
government reports having finally
gamed a decisive victory over the rev-
olutionists last week when the govern
ment troops dislodged the rebel* from
their stronghold at Pipe, near San
Mateo, glut six miles from l.a Victoria.
The revolutionary leared#, Mendoza,
Matos, Rolando. Crespo. Terreg and
others, according to government re-
ports, have been scattered and the din-
handed rebel army passed through
Villa de Cura last Sunday night. The
rebel general. Itiera, is reported to
have been killed. The victory claimed
by the government was celebrated in
Caracas yesterday' with salvos of ar
tlllery, fireworks and the ringing of
The government reports declare the
revolution In Veneznela to be ended ...
by this complete victory and that peace to 1
In the country has been thus secured. 1:
warn Turf Exchange were as follows
First race, three-quarter# of a mils:,
three-year-old# and upward*. CherrN-.
won. 16 to 1. Linden Tree second. Ifi
■ to 1; Wesscndine third. 8 to 1. Tome.
Second race. One mile, c -'line
Uhreeyear-old* and upward*: Motor
i Dixon won. 3 to 2: Oiuirao aeegesd. T
to 1. Nellie Bawn third. 16 to 1. Time
I 1:41. * I
Third race, three-quarter* of a nr*e
selling, all ages: Jack Ratten won *
to 5: Ethel Wheat srwond 7 to 1
I Wain a Morin third. 10 to 1, Time
j 1:11 1-2.
Fourth race, one
Reports of •mere storm* in the sur-
rounding mountain* stslt continue to I
be reeeiveft. and in some localities I
there ha* already been considerable !
Manager O'Neill m-.i his aggress- ,
that of league haw-rati player* left
yesterday moraine for Tucson. The
two gaums in SI Faso did not put the .
(ills any ahead la fact, they claim j
that their slop here set them tack *ev-!
sanitary work will always ;
305 N. Oregon 305 N. Oregon
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305 North Oregon Street
4 tots on Boulevard... .$2,00C
4 lots on Rio Grande.... 1,600
5 lota on Wyoming.,..,. 1,625
6-room modern cottage,
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6-room cottage, North
Florence...... ...... 3,000
Call and see our list before
305 N. Oregon. 305 N. Oregon
hear iatpedioa. Price* reasonable
Frtsk Riley, 'ptac-e 760.
A party of prom seat eastern cap-;
Ratests cam* is. over tbe Rock Island ;
yesterday in PvwaJdea-t Eddy's private j
car **d w8i Stave :kf* morning over j
the Mexican Ceatral fra the City of j
Mexico, The aMNMKrs ot the party \
| are Dr JL A. ©urarros*. Wiillam
: Orth aaid C. E Theasyuou
la aa intertstiag bowling contest
last evening at Roe's alley* tbe Krak-
aaer. Zork A More team seat the
i First Natioaal bank team by a score
• of 1.SS5 to IJttZ The whore* tor the
and onewlxteeeth F*®e» !!«*> Krakauer team.
THE SCIIILLER PIANO.
sxrostt si sr^i»M ■sftLss.S!
Une second 15 to 1; Brief third. * to ;*«; **«*- «*- third game, j
1. Time, 1:47 1-4.
Ftfth race, eleven-sixteenths of a i
mile, two-yearoid*. selling: Jake •
Greenbur* won 4 lo 1: Onvx II #*-■
ond, 6 to 1: Uttle Boy third. 4
Time. 1.67 1-2.
Sixth race, three ouarter* of a m11-
veiling, three-year-olds and upward*
ftnsvo won. S to 1 Sim W. «erond. 5
Siphon third, 3 to l. Time,
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take ljutatlve Bromo Qaicine Tale
i let*. All dragglata refund the money
rf It fall* to rare. E. W. Grove * nig-,
nature is on each box. 25c.
This is not a Stencil
Piano, but the host Plano for
the price made. More than
71,000 are manufactured and
sold every year. They are
8. Consul Forced to Make a Loan
to Venezuelan Rebels.
Washington. Nov. 4,—Upon com-
plaint from the United Htatea consular
agent, Ignacio Bias at Barcelona. Ven-
a forced oan,
|375 for Letter* From Farmer*.
The Rock island aystem offer*
1375. In cash and transportation, tor
letters relative to the territory along
it* linen in Arkansas. Indian Terri-
tory. Oklahoma, Texas and New
118; Double O, 116; Marco. 115; lot
Bono, 115; Angelo. 115; Mike Shelly.
168; Solver. 168; San Sargasa. 108;
John Power#. 108; Hickory Corners., u„ hov mtich money h,
los- - - jg|». 1 brought with him, what he did when
Today's Entries at Lakeside.
Fieri Race—6-8, maidens, purse
Ranking. lll; Jove. 118; W’lll Shelly. j
! letter* should deal with the
, writer’# experiences since be settled
j In tbe territory in question. They
Second Race—Croesu*. 101;
be first came and wbat measure of
success has since rewarded bis ef-
native of 8t Thoms*. He turn suffered a,,D On'rd 90.
°reBc^rtnn“ ft V*™rv£ 'T ^ Ch^Xra/mT’vincUoT11 HU- Edith
terventto. of the ^Separt^t." j Whirring
Mayor. 95. ■»
i'KISUE COMIXtv SOUTHWEST ! Fifth Raee-t mile, selling; O'Ha
------—- gen, 1U7; Count ’Em Out, 104; Worth
Siamese Royalty to Visit the Pacific
Chicago, Nov. 4.—Tbe private train
bearing the crown prince of Siam and
party, which left Boston on October
17 on route to the Pacific const, will
lie handled over the Santa Fe road
from Pueblo to San Diego, reaching
the latter city on November 16. 8top*
will be made cn route at the ancient
clty'of Santa Fe and the grand canyon
of Arizona The prince will remain
two days at the grand canyon in order
lo mskc the trial trip from the rim of
the plateau to (he Colorado river, a
mile down In the earth's crust.
Art exhibit and reception at P.
Feldman's Studio today from 2 till
10 p. m.
mgton, 104; Chickadee, 104; Marcos,
106; Amote, 103; Wing Dance, 102;
Haa Oift, 97; Hucena. 97.
Sixth Race—1 mile, aelling: lami
Woods, 103; Phil Knight. 101; Best
Man. 101; Vandola. 98; The Ledaau,
98; Filiform. 86; King’s Court, 96;
Amirante, 93; Prue, 98; Mary Pine.
93; Illuminate. 9,1; Grnmy Chree, 91;
The RahhIL 88; Francia M. 88.
That Old Trunk
May be repaired or exchanged. El
Paso Trunk Factory, Mill# building.
ALBERT SCHUTZ & CO.
and COMMISSION BROKERS
Office and Sample Room
129 S. til Paso St.
P. O. Box
MAX SCHUTZ, Mincer.
_ . ■
El PASO, TEXAS.
Rock Island System, Chi-
The Buck Directory.
The Buck Directory Company of El
Paso will begin enumeration In a few
days. It la a home Institution and
here to stay. Save your contracts for
us. Our work last year gave satis-
faction and wc shall keep up our rep-
THE BUCK DIRECTORY CO.
Art exhibit and reception at P.
Feldman’s Studio today from 2 till
10 p. m.
Today’s Entries at Latent*.
Fir*t Rsce—3-4, maiden puree:
Lady Midas, 104; Deleter, 104; Ltzxle
Loy, 109; Occasionally, 104; Verna
Rice. 109; Mabel Richardson. 104;
Kata. 104; Almkwa, 109; Kllrush,
114; Mid of Hope, 104; Ruby Ray,
Second Race—18-16. purse: Goo
Goo. 102; Tribe*, 110; Flora Bright,
105; Maxette, 106; Queen Beth, 102;
Alois, 105; Lady Matchless, 102; Miss
Knickerbocker. 106: Demi Tease. 102.
Third Race—1 mile, purse: Drum-
mond. 107; Kirk Levlngton. 100; Rag
Tag, 100; Golden Qlltter. 109; Our
Jessie. 104: Santa Teresa, 100; Star
of the Weal, 100; Lomere, 97.
Fourth Race—1 1-2. selling: Ad-
metua, 97; Pat Garrett. 97; Jeff, 97:
Facade. 107; Baffled, 92; Sardonic.
102; Flora Bell, 92: Creeper. 92.
Fifth Raca— 7-2. purse: Orpheum,
95; Sailor’s Arm. 105: Mel Eclipse.
100; Crutchfield, 100; Pericles, 100;
Date Mitchell. 100; Tancred, 105;
Barney Buck, 95; John Regan. 100;
Tern Hall, 110; Quality Street, 100;
DArcy, 100; Mustc Mas, 100; Mr.
Sixth Race—3-4, selling: Modera-
tor. 100. Miss Wonderlrho, 93; Miss
Mac Day. 105; Tlburon, 102; Arachnc.
U0; Angca, 102; Ben Milam. 97;
cure Dyspepsia and all dtaorders aris-
ing from Indigestion. Endorsed by
physicians everywhere. Sold by all
druggists. No cure, no pay. 25
cents. Trial package free by writing
to W. H. Hooker ft Co., Buffalo, N.
Y. For sale by all druggtsU of
United Statea and Mexico. W. H.
Webb, wholesale and retail distrib-
W. C. Walz Co.
101 El Paao Street
H0UCK8, DIETER CO.
Piiose 65 Agents.
Independent Assay Office
0.W, RecWurt, EM
Agtat far Ore Shippers
fiasaya atd Chemical
■lass t is wised end
Keperti ' "
BbIIIob Work a Specialty
p. o Box aa.
Office end Laboratory
CL FASO, TEXAS
JAMES R0UTLED6E, lawyer.
irikM * »i>rrislty «.f uor*'#-l l.Jtiry
UHKin.c sa'ta srslnri tellro.dH wit
curpor«tl'<B» siiyebere hi Tc.\nv
w&'ycf ton*, in
THE PURE JUICE OF THE APPLE AND VERY FINE.
IN TWO SIZES, 40 AND 50 CENTS A DOZEN.
ANGES SO FAR RECEIVED THIS YEAR.
THE BEST OR-
A NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED. LARGE SIZE FRUIT, DE-
LICIOUS FLAVOR, 1902 CROP. NEVER FAIL TO PLEASE.
JOHN B. WATSON,
GROCER, PROVISION MERCHANT and TEA DEALER.
Stanton and San Antonio 8trssta. 'Phona 161.
Watson’e Groceries Are Famous tor Quality.
The Latest Designs In
American and Japanese paper nap-
kins, fancy and plain tisane papers,
passeportout binding, blotting papers,
shelf paper, etc.
M. H. WESB, THE DRUGGIST.
_Court House Block, 430 San Antonio 8t.
AROUND THE BLOCK
Is good exercise tor those people who
let their Fruits and Vegetables Bpoll
by having an insufficient supply ot
ICE, both summer and winter. ICE
is like some other things, good to have
in the house all the time. Place your
EL PASO ICE * REFRIGERATOR
CO. Phoae 114.
C. R. MOttEHEAD, President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. President
J. C. LACKLAND, Cashier.
J. H. RUSSELL, AbsL Cashier,
Slate National Bank,
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
A legitimate Banking Business Transacted In All Its Branches.
Highest Price Paid for Mexican Dollars.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,
And designsted Depository for disbursing Officers of the U, S.
Capital $200,000. - Surplus $50,000
Joshua S. Raynolds, President
Ulysses S. Stewart, Vice President
Job. F. Williams, Cashier.
Winchester Cooley, Asst. Cashier.
Producers and Dealers In
•1 PURE MILK AND CREAM.
Tbo largest and most complete dairy In the Southwest We aro pleased to here vlslton
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
The largest and most complete dairy Id the 8 -------- ... — -------- . -----
call any afternoon from two to four o’clock and Inspect our method of handling mtlk.
Office and Depot 313 N. Oregon, I)alrv Hand’s Grove foot of Second St. Take San Antotfio
Street Cor to Torolllo St. Telephone 156. J, A. 8MITH, Manager.
Richard Caplet, PresL and Mgr.
A. H. 8chofl*ld, 8oc.
Caples Lumber Company,
Hardwood, Oak, Hickory and Ash.
Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Etc
VARD8: COR. TEXA8 AND OCTAVIA 8TREET8. ’PHONE 242.
Kline’s Mexican and Indian
Headquarter* for All Kind* of Mexlc*n and Indian Curiosities,
Carved Leather Goode, Souvenir Goode, Pottery, Fane, Antiquities,
Opal* and Other Precious Stones.
DRAWN WORK, MEXICAN AND NAVAJO BLANKETS.
We are the exclusive WHOLESALERS on the Mexican Frontier.
FINEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOAM*
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Conveniently Located and Up-to-Date In Evary Reaped
104 San Antonio Street T. M. BOWEN A CO. Fropa.
DIETER & SAUER,
EL PASO, TEXAS and CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO.
IMFORTEBS AND JOBBERS,
Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigar*. Leading Brands of Bonded
Whiskies In Bulk and Bottled offered at Any Station in the Interior
of Mexico- Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.
All Merchants Handle the
THREE W'S BRAND, Manufactured hy
WM. W. WOODS.
Corner Kansas and St Louis Sts.
Pomeroy's El Paso Transfer
300-306 South Oregon SL
Livery, Swarding and 8ata 8table*.
Hacks, Bus, Baggage and Freight
Blackstalthing and Homrahoring.
Telephone Noe. U and 352.
Warehouse opposite Texas ft Par
clfic depot Telephone 894.
at Cl Paso Laundry,
901 Santa fe St.
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