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Monday, January 3, 1910.
(Herald's Sporting News By N. M. Walker)
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Jockey Garner Makes Good
Bide Sunday Third
Race the Feature.
Another track record was broken at
the Juarez track Sunday. In the third
race for a distance of five furlongs,
Pajaroita set a new mark for the short
going, making- the distance in :59 3-5,
which hangs up a new record for the
track. Each day of the races develops
some faster time than has been made
at any previous time since the course
opened and it is expected to break
some world's records before the meet
The third race was the best of the
Sunday card, seven of the best horses
at the track going to the post for this
event. Enfield with McCahey up was
the favorite at short odds and received
the most play. Pajaroita went to the
post at an eight to one shot but soon
proved to have it over the favorite,
running strong at the finish. Pajaroita
was outrun in the first part of the
race but took advantage of an oppor
tunity to get through when Arch Old
ham tired and laid over on Sugarmaid.
This gave the winner the opening and
Pajaroita went for the wire and beat
out Sugarmaid in a seesaw finish.
Garner, who Is back In the saddle
after being on the ground from, a com
bination of an accident and a barrier
penalty of three days, rode a clever
race on Pajaroita. Hie has the ability
and nerve to get through on the rail
and has won a number of races on this
move. Schilling, who was set down for
three days Friday, has gone to Oakland
with H. G. Bedwell to ride one of the
BedweU horses that was shipped from
the Juarez track. He is expected back
again after next week. Archibald, an
other clever rider, is seen to be back
W. G. Waiz
Pioneer Music House
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Retail Agents for Eastman Ko
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THIED AKD CHIHUAHUA STREETS
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED
at work. His injured foot has healed
and he expects to get it Into a riding
boot this week.
First race, selling, threeyearolds,
purse $300, six furlongs Genova, 105
(Mordan) won; Ed Keck, 104, (Moles
worth) second; Judith Page, 87 (J. Wil
son) third. Time, 1:14 3-5. Lord Clin
ton. Corzo, Reland. Billy Mayhue, Tips
ter. Tug Boat, also ran.
Second race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, purse $300, one mile and a
sixteenth Sensible, 9S (Garner) -won;
Arcourt, 109, (Rice) second; Wolfer
ton, 106 (Hollister) third. Time, 1:47 4-5.
Landlord, The Thorn, Knight Blase,
Contestee, also ran.
Third race, threeyearolds and up
ward, purse, $300, five furlongs Pa
jaroita, 99 (Garner) won; Sugarmaid,
97, (J. Wilson) second; Enfield, 10C
McCahey) third. Time, :59 3-5. Arch
Oldham, Elizabeth Harwood, Galinda,
night Deck also ran.
Fourth race, handicap, threeyearolds
and upward, purse $300, "seven furlongs
Black Mate, 106 (B. Wilson) won;
Marchmonet, 106 (Small) second; Early
Tide, 112 (J. Wilson) third. Time,
1:26 2-5. Lotus Eater, St Dunstan also
Fifth race, selling, fillies and mares,
fouryearolds and upward, purse $300,
seven furlongs Anne McGee, nn
(Benscoten) won; Ethel Day, 112 (War
ren) second; Minnolette, 102 (McCahey)
third. Time, 1:26 1-5. Ina Gray,
Plume, Listat Donna Elvira, Sweetheart
Sixth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, purse $300, six furlongs
Congo, 111 (Kennedy) won; Silver
Stocking, 109 (Small) second; Light
house, 108 (McCahey) third. Time,
1:13 1-5. Sabado, Don Hamilton, Han
nibal Bey, Beaver Dam Lad, The
Slicker, L. M. Eckert, Capt. Burnett
3MXTOSH WANTS JOHNSON
AXD TOSOIY BURNS TO MEET.
Offers $40,000 to Winner, but Jack
Johnson Refuses and Dictates
Terms on Which He Will Fight.
San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 3. Hughy
Mcintosh, the irrepressible Scot, -who Is
promoting: fights, and incidentally his
own fortune, in Australia, is determined
not to be left out of the heavyweight
fight game by the fate -which decreed
that Tex. Rlckard and Jack Gleason
should be the angels for the black and
white heavyweight fight for the cham
pionship of this and other "worlds.
Mcintosh cabled offering a purse of
$40,000 for a right between Johnson and
Tommy Burns in Australia next Sep
tember. Hughy proposes that the -winner
should take all and the offer has
no strings tied to it in connection -with
the outcome of the Jeffries-Johnson
"Nothing doing on those terms," -was
the nonchalant -way the black champion
dismissed the offer of Mcintosh to fight
Burns. "It -will take $35,000, win, lose
or dra-w, to get me into such an ar
rangement," he said. "If he agrees to
this I "will take on Burns next Novem
ber at any place."
WESTON WIIiI, WALK.
New York, N. T.. Jan. 3 Edward
Payson Weston "will make another
cross country walk from coast to
coast. He will start from Hos Angeles
on February 1 and will try to reach
New Tork by May 28, taking 100 days
for the trip. This will be "Weston's
last trip across country.
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G-LOEIO WINS TEE
NEW YEAR HANDICAP
El Paso Horse Takes 'First
Place in Kfth Pace
Glorio -won the New Tear's handicap
at the Juarez track Saturday against
a field of six horses. Glorio, o-wned by
the Pine stables, carried top -weights
with Prince Ahmed, each having 126
pounds on board. Getting away third,
Glorio allowed Prince Ahmed, Hlghteasy
and Meadow to take turns as pacemaker
until the stretch was flying behind
them. Then Glorio responded to Rice's
urging with the winning spirit, overtook
Meadow, and finished better than two
lengths In the lead. Meadow was sec
ond and Prince Ahmed, with Shilling
up, was third.
A good crowd attended the New
Tear's racing, or Ano Nuevo handicap,
as it was named on the program, Satur
day being an Ideal day for racing.
Lady Panchita, with, Garner back In the
saddle ,won the opening event, and the
rest of the card was scattered among
the other stables, Goldfinn, belonging
to' Pete Adams, of El Paso, winning the
fifth race from a field of 4yearolds.
First race, selling, 3yearolds and up
ward, purse 300, six furlongs Lady
Panchita, 9S (Garner), won; Dave Mont
gomery, 103 (McCahey), second; B-elf,
104 (Rice), third. Time, 1:14 3-5. High
Culture El Perfecto, Cathryn Scott,
Master Clarence, Johnny "Wise, also ran.
Second race, selling, 4-yearolds and t
upward, purse ?300, seven furlongs
Bonton, 104 (Garner), won; Kopek, 100
(Austin), second; R. Q. Smith, 99
(Benscoten), third. Time, 1:26 3-5.
Charley Doherty, McNally, "Whip Top,
Posing, Black Hawk, Chian Belle, also
Third race, twoyearolds, purse
$300, three furlongs Princess Industry,
107 (Austin), won; Sterling, 112
(Lowe), second; Frank Mullens, 110
(Molesworth), third. Time, :34 1-5.
Sophrony Brown, The Royal Prince,
Ilzie, Owen Time, Miss Brunette, Coed,
Captain Ned, also ran.
Fourth race, Ano Nuevo handicap,
f3yearolds and upward, purse $2000. one
mile Glorio, 126 (idee), won; Meadow,
104 (Small), second; Prince Ahmed, 126
anming;, iinra. Mime, xzav a-o. riijjin--easy,
Charlie Hargrove, Orbicular, also
Fifth race, selling, 4yearolds and up
wards, purse $300, five and a half fur
longs Goldfinn, 111 (McCahey), won;
Acquit. 93 (Garner) second; Dr. Mack,
105 (Small), third. Time, 1:07. Med
dling, Blagg, Congo, Patriot, Hank, Pel
ham, Dr. Coleman, also ran.
Sixth race, selling ,4yearoldr and up
ward, purse $300, one mile Fantastic,
103 (Garner), won; Servile, 106 (Bur
lingame), second; Apologize, 97 (Ram
sey), third. Time, 1:40. Lady Esther,
Tremargo and Pedro, also ran. I
First race, five and a half furlongs
Old Mexico won; Phil Mohr second; Ro
berta third. Time, 1:09 1-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Daerington won; John H. anee
han second; Ocean Shore third. Time,
Third race, three furlongs, 2yearolds,
purse Frank Ruhstaller won; Kormak
second; Autenor third. Time, :36.3-5.
Fourth race, one and onesixteenth
miles, New Tear handicap Silver
Knight won; Jim Gaffney second; Ed
win T. Fryer third. Time. 1:55 1-5.
Fifth race, mile, selling Rosevale
won; Mr. Bishop second; Raleigh third, j
Time, 1:43 1-5.
Sixth race, futurity course Bubbling
"Water won; Fernando second; Madeline
Musgrave third. Time, 1:11.
First race, seven furlongs, selling
True Boy Tvon; Doze second; Alvise
third. Time, 1:37.
Second race, seven furlongs, selling
Dunvegan Tron; Auspicious second; Oc
cidental third. Time, 1:35.
Third race, six furlongs, selling
Acolin Tvon, Col. Zeb second; Necklet
third. Time, 1:47 3-5.
Fourth race, mile, handicap Kerche
vel first, but disqualified; Hans "won;
E. T. Shipp second; The Clorvn third.
Time, 1:47 3-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling
Bobby Cook -won; Lamar second; Char
lotte Hamilton third. Time, 1:20 1-5.
Sixth race, one and onesixteenth miles,
selling Great Jubilee Tvon; Alice sec
ond; Keldmore third. Time, 1:56.
Fir3t race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Snowball won; Select H. sec
ond; Touthful third. Time, 1:08 2-5.
Second race, quarter of a mile, purse
Tallahassee Tvon; Edmond Adams
second; Bendaga third. Time, :23.
Third race, five and a half furlongs
Arcenette "won; Jacobite second; High
Hange third. Time, 1:08.
Fourth race, Ne-w Tear handicap, one
mile Patsy Tvon; Polls second; Sir
Cieges third. Time, 1:41 2-5.
Fifth race, mile, selling Cross Over
won-; Fulfil second; .n-navri third. Time,
Sixth race, one and onefourth miles,
selling Nethermost -won; Mamie Algol
second; Oberon third. Time, 2:08.
J. B. SUTTON COMPANY
El Paso, Texas
Bell Phone 680 328 Tesas St.
THE LARGEST E3IBOSSING
Ellis Bros. Printery will shortly
have Installed the largest power
embossing press in the South
west, as their business has out
fivown the smaller sizes. For the
best work and lowest prices e-iv
us a call. 6
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WINS OLF MATCH
Ties Blind Bogy and Gets
Prize Grolf Expert
Makes Low Score.
Peyton J. Edwards hit the blind bogy
square In the eye Saturday in the New
Tear's blind bogy golf contest at the
Country club. The bogy was fixed at
90 without any of the contestants know
ing what it was. Edwards played
around in 90, the exact figure which
had been fixed for bogy, and won the
first prize, a silver mounted score book.
C. H. Leavell and A. W. Houck tied for
second place with scores of 91 and they
will play off the tie for the golf club,
which was offered for second prize.
The third prize was four golf balls. The
third prize was given by "W. T. Hixson.
The round robins were out playing
over the golf course Saturday and Sun
day. Six games -were played in the
round robin contest, the following be
ing the scores:
Houck's team. Leavell's team.
A. TV. Biouck 7 E. E. Neff 3
J. C. WJlmarth. . .10 C. H. Leavell 7
Garnett King G T. C. Morehead.. 6
T. C. Morehead.- 9 D. M. Payne 3
W. V. Sterling 6 Dr. James Vance. 2
W. E. Race 9 D. M. Payne 5
D. S. Livle, the golf expert at the club,
started off the new year by tying his
score for the course, playing around in
75, eight below bogy. He made this
score New Tear's day, in a foursome
j match with P. J. Edwards, C. H. Leavell
and T. C. Morehead. His score by holes
Out 3 4 4 5 5 3 4 5 4 37
In 4 3 5 5 4 5 4 4 4 38
RIFLE CLUB HAS .
McLarnore and MEer Tie in
Score in the Hixson
The El Paso Rifle club held its week
ly shoot at the range on Mundy Heights
Sunday morning. The weather condi
tions were good during the early part
of the morning, but about 10 o'clock a
strong and irregular wind set in, which
caused considerable trouble to the
shooters. There were 11 riflemen pres
ent. The Hixson medal event was the first
contest entered upon and the following
scores -were made out of a possible 25:
Meagher ...t ..20
Pennebakar . --19
Allen. R. E. ..-19
Paul .. 19
Baca '..' .'."? .--.- I8
I Hopple la
At the close of this event some prac
tice scores were made as follows:
McLarnore --- 20-19
Hopple ........ 1G-19
-RatPv ' 21-19
Allen, R. E. . . - ; l8"2l
FRISOO MAY NOT
GET NELSON FIGHT
Sid Hester Announces Deal
Off foir Nelson-Wolgast
San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 3. Sid Hes
ter, the local fight promoter, has an
nounced that the chances for holding a
fight between Nelson and 'Wolgasi for
the lightweight championship Is slim.
Hester offered ?3750 for the fight and
this was promptly declined by Tom
Jones, "Wolgast's manager. An effort
is being made to frame up a fight for
"Wolgast and Powell. The "Wolgast
Powell fight of Nov. 29 went 20 rounds
with "Wolgast getting the decision and
another fight is expected to be a big
Jones left here for Los Angeles on
business and It may yet be possible for
the Nelson fight to be pulled off at
Tom McCary's. Nelson Is opposed to
fighting In San Francisco and the Mil
waukee boy may get a chance at the
champion in Los Angeles.
SPORT XOTES. 4
Abe Attell gave Eddie Kelly an awful
beating for five minutes Saturday night
at Savannah, Ga. The police stopped
the fight In the second round.
Tom Abbott, of McAlester, Okla., was
fatally injured in a football game Sat
urday at Hortshorne, between a team
from that town and the Wilburton team.
Abbott's chest was crushed and a shoul
Robert. A. Fowler, amateur champion
distance runner of New England,
established a new track record for 20
miles Saturday night by running the
distance in one hour, 48 minutes and
31 seconds. The former record was one
hour, 51 minutes and 54 seconds. The
measurements of the track at Boston,
where the race was run, are being taken
to determine the accuracy of the dis
tance. Wdlliam Briedenbach. a member of
the Dayton, Ohio, all German bowling
team, made a perfect score of 300 re
cently Al "Wassem won a lightweight wrest
ling bout with "Kid" Williams at St.
Louis vSaturday night.
George Sutton has decided to play
"Willie Hoppe for the championship at
1S.1 balk line billiards at Chicago. The
men will play 1500 points under the
revised rules In blocks of 500 points,
the winner to take the diamond emblem
and the world's championship title.
Frank Madole had the better of a six
round fight with Grover Hayes, at
Philadelphia. Saturday night.
Chimes, the celebrated stallion, died
at Salem, N. J. He was owned by Green
McAllister, who purchased him 10 days
ago from R. L. Tuft.
The university of California soccer
football team defeated Vancouver at
the latter place Saturday by a score
of 14 to 6.
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll in "El Paso.
GETS IN TROUBLE
Eefuses to Perform in Cold
Theater and Has Bag
Terre Haute, Ind., Jan. 3. Varying
his usual program of being arrested
for auto speeding, Jack Johnson did
a turn at the union station Sunday
that was a bit out of the ordinary. He
refused to go on and do his boxing
turn at the local theater as advertised,
claiming that the house was too cold
and that one of his delicate consti
tution could not afford to go into a
cold theater, perhaps forgetting that
he slept outdoors on the Galveston
wharf when a lad.
The manager of the local theater had
had experience, costly experience. In
handling just such cases as "MIstah"
Johnson's. Theatrical companies had
come and theatrical companies had
gone but no one had ever beaten that
manager out of his pour-d of finan
cial flesh. Johnson went down to the
station, called the "depoo" in these
parts, bought a ticket for Columbus,
Ohio, and was waiting for the train
to arrive when the manager appeared
on the scene in company with a con
stable. Johnson's 21 trunks were attached
for the amount of the manager's part
of the profits resulting from Johnson's
show. Johnson bucked. Not only did
he buck; he mounted his baggage and
threatened to push in anyone's face
who dared to touch his precious trunks
which contained his red vests and Lon
don smoke suits. The constable called
the police and the police "called" the
prize fighter. Capt. Armstrong brought
enough men to the station to over
power half a dozen negro bruisers and
Johnson's baggage was loaded Into a
dray and hauled off to the constable's
office. Johnson said he would stay
over and fight the case.
MIGRATION OF WALKERS
FROM EAST AND WEST
The winter migration of pedestrians
has begun. Cross country walkers are
arriving from different places bound
for one place and another on wagers,
according to their own story, ranging
from ?5000 up, winner to take alL Pal
mer, the Oklahoma City walker, ar
rived here last week and Us still here
suffering from a sore foot. Charles
Hahn, who calls himself the "Khaki
Kid," arrived Sunday from the west
on his way east. He says he is walk
ing to earn money to get a college edu
cation and must reach New Tork in
250 days after leaving San Francisco.
Palmer, the Oklahoma City long dis
tance walker, who has been laid up
here since his arrival with a badlv swol
len foot, is able to be out today and
Is arranging to continue his long hike
from here to San Francisco and from
San Francisco to New Tork. Palmer will
leave for San Francisco Saturday morn
ing from in front of The Herald office
and will go from here to Tucson.
RXJTT AND CLARK WIX
THE GERMAN SIX DAY RACE
Berlin, Germany, Jan. 3 "Walter
Rutt and Jack Clark, the winners of
the Madison Square Garden six dav bi-
i cycle race, duplicated their winning bv
unlsnlng first in the six day race,
which ended here Sunday. The German
Australian team finished ahead of Stol
and "Walthour, the Dutch-American
team, makftig 2332 miles in the six
days of riding. Six teams finished and
all were in good physical condition.
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB
Twenty-fourth Day, Tuesday, Jan. 4.
First race, selling, six furinn-Q a,-
dmia 109, Regards 111, Ora Sudduth !
112, Gibson 111, Gladys Louise 114 I
Sabado 114, Rublola 116, Sunllne 116 '
fMitoTi T3o.ll 117 Trt -,- ' .
U5iiC in, jviinuesna ii Hi, (Jomal
119, Beaver Dam Lad 122.
Second race, selling, seven furlongs
Mary Genevieve 92, Prudish 97. Good
Intent 9S. Brunhilde 101, High Culture
103, Kyle 104, Camera 105, Rounder 106
j -LiUU. e -j.ua, iave Aiontgomery 114.
inira race, purse, twoyearolds, three
furlongs Sophrony Brown 109, The
Royal Prince 109, Captain Ned 109,
Dreamy 109 (blk. f. Six Shooter-Miladi
Love), Pit-a-Pat 112 (b. c. Gold Heels
Tithoma), Flying Wolf 112 (b. c. Luck
& Charlty-Ollie P.), Outfielder 112 (br c
Yorkshire Lad-Flycatcher). Ed Le Van
112 (b. c. Bowling Green-Idleb'ridir
Fourth race, handicap, one mile
T.rtuj TT!irt-o inn -r-i -. . '
. -,.. j.uu, Jimuuiliuiiei 1U2, CrOId
Finn 104, Early Tide 107, Lady Esther
107, Orbicular 109.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs
Cotytto 94, Hannibal Bey 99, Better
Hand 99, Mauretania 100, Bold Diah
102, Ethel Day 105, Doctor Mack 105,
Dick B. B. 105, Blagg IDT, Tremargo 107,
Beau Man 108, Sevenfull 109.
Sixth race, selling, one mile Engrav
er 97, Buna 100, Brougham 102, Gun
ston 102. Miss Lida 105, Orbed Lad
105, Landlord 105, Black Hawk 105,
Whip Top 105, Verges 107, Cull 107,
Closing the New Year's open house at
the Y. M. C. A. Saturday night with a
basketball tournament, the High school
team defeated the Y. M. C. A. Reds in
a fast and snappy game by the score
of 32 to 26. The High school played a
very fast and accurate game. Shea play
ing his greatest game at guard for the
High school. The High school guards
succeeded In blocking the fast forwards
on the "Red team and prevented them
from hitting the baskets.
As the second game of the tournament
ment the Military institute defeated the
Fort Bites team by the score of 23 to
21. This was the last game' the fort five
will play before it leaves for the Philip
pines. DR. TS. Q. CHE HOrc,
ChlBcae Physician, Cure
J-ung trouble, asth-
its forms, dyspep
sia, n or-.. ..-:: ...
j heart disease, kld-
-j. cr ana blad
der trouble, rheu
matism and y,innA
cer cured. No mer
cury or minerals
useo. Nervous de
bility cured as by
peculiar to woman
cured without a
105 N. Campbell.
Bell shone 29j0.
We are now moving from 200
Texas St. into our new quarters
in the Capies Building, and will
be ready to welcome you on and
after January 4, 1910. Remem
ber we have the best bargains in
Valley Lands, improved and un
improved El Paso property and
that we write insurance.
Austin & Marr
!i' -r -3' 'i"i"i'
J" BOWLING. 4-
With two association bowling tourna
ments in progress, an amateur tourna
ment and a state wide telegraph tourna
ment being rolled at the same time,
bowling in Bl Paso has started off to
make the year 1910 the best in th his
tory of the bowling game. At the T.
M. C. A. the regular association tourna
ment has been running for several
months. The amateur tournament is al
so In progress and the Texas telegraph
tournament ir being played between the
T. M. C. A. teams In Texas. In this
tournament the ErPaso team Is now In
The schedule for the new year will
open, at the Tivoli with the Panthers vs.
Tigers game tonight- Wednesday even
ing the Pirartes and Invincibles will
bowl and Friday night the Cubs and
Tivoli. The standing of the Tivoli teams
Is as follows:
Pirates -.. 32
Cubs .. 29
Tivoli .. 30
Panthers . . . 24
Tigers .. .... 25
The Country, club and the Zozaya
teams play tonight at the T. M. C. A.
NEW YEAR FEAST FOR
GROUP OF CONSUMPTIVES
Representatives From Nine States En
joy Dinner as Guests of El Paso
On New Year's day ten young men
representing the states of Indiana, New
York. Michigan. Oklahoma, Texas, Flor
ida, Georgia, Louisiana and far away
Russia were brought together at a din
ner given by the directors of the El
Paso Health league.
Everything served at the dinner was
lurnished by the directors of the league
and the dinner was prepared and served
at the home of ithe superintendent by
Miss A. M. Bearhope. who has given so
much of her time to the tuberculosis
work since she came to El Paso.
The young men ars .under the care of
the tuberculosis clinic and are living in
tents and. of course, would have had a
simple meal prepared in their own tents
with their own hands had it not been
for the thoughtfulncss and care of the
The boys voted it a sucess and ex
presed their gratefulness In a letter to
the directors. Rev. Martin Zlelonka, J.
H. Nations. T. J. Jones, E. M. Bray. R.
A. Moore, Dr. J. A. Samaniego, Mrs. J.
A. Potter, Mrs. E. Kohlberg.
ATTEMPT TO WRF-CK TRAIN.
Waco, Tex., Jan. 3. An attempt wa
made to wreck a Cotton Belt train,
westbound, 12 miles from here late last
night. Cress ties were placed on the
track and the engine skidded them for
several hundred feet but did not jump
the rails. Officers today are investigating.
Engineers', Draughtsmen and
FRED J. FELDMAN
308 San Ahtonio St.
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El Paso Herald Offices.
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Wm. Moeller, Reai Estxt;
Lobby Clear Stand.
H. L. Howell. Re&L Estate.
agent Herald Bldg.
The Public Stenographers Co
Mrs. Jessie E. M. Howe and 3Clas
Ruth Williams, Proprietors.
Y. W. C- A. Lunch and Ret
John Brunner, Tailor.
R. L. Nichols, Attorney at Law.
Colorado Life Assurance Co.,
E. McMillan. Gen. Agent.
Southwestern Portland, Cement
The Wm. Jennings Cs, JBagl
neera and Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist, Reading Rooms.
Jay F. Knox, Real E3tste.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson. Mrs. Whu
Noblet China Decorations.
Drs. Satterlee & Satterlee, Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlee asd
Dr. iNettie Satterlee.
Carter & Robinson, Mill Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
D. W. Reckhakt. EJL, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assege sm4
Chemical Analg&Is. MInas Examine
end Reported Upon. Bullisx Wark
P.O. BOX S3.
Office and Laboratory:
Cer. Sbjs. Frsadsca CMfcaa&M Sfa.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
J Custom Assay Office
critchsttt a fergusox.
Succesiors to Hughes fc Critefcett. I
Asayer3. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Asreats for Ore Shippers.
522 San Francises St. Phexe 334.
Automobile Tita TS.T,- a c 3i.
CEAXG, CTBOSOTELI, & CO.
Chamber of Commerce Buflding
BR & ALEXANDER
S. W. 611. Auto 2127
Trunks, Bags ana Stat Cases
made, repaired and exchanged.
Opposite postoffice, across
Plaza. TeL 1054; Auto 1966.