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E. M. F. AUTO PLANTS
EL PASO HERALD
" prnml Easter
Soft Hat. Hat styles liave undergone a de-
cided change this season. The-newer shapes are
lower crowns, wider brims, the colors are large
ly of Greyish tones.
The Derby. Stiff hats for
Spring show a trend toward
slightly curled brims, but
flat set brims remain good.
We are agents for the cele
brated Orofut & Knapp
Knapp-Felt de Luxe. .$6.00
C. & K. Special.
We sell Stetson, Trimble and Vanderhoef do
mestic and imported Hats.
NEXT SUNDAY THE
Bisbee and Douglas Players
to Be Here for Contest
on the Links.
Sunday, March 20, will be a great day
in golf circles for the lovers of the
game In the southwest. This morning
a telegram was received from Douglas
stating that the team from that city
composed of 10 men would arrive Sat
urday, March 19, accompanied by the
professional players of Douglas and
Saturday will be
pointed four of their most enterprising
members as a committee to raise suffi
cient funds to make the -trip. The
:tss!stance of the secretary of the local
board of trade has been secured, and
the members of the faculty are aiding.
In view of the fine record which -the
team has made there is little doubt but
that It will secure what it needs.
Large Automobile Interests
Consolidated To Make
New York, X. Y., March 12. Consoli
dation of large automobile interests is
under way. J. p. Morgan & Co. has
purchased the Everett-Metzger-Planders
company of Detroit and will finance the
combination, according to authentic re
port. Tho Michigan company was tak
en over for $6,000,000 in cash.
Improvements in the E-M-F com
pany will begin at once, it is announced.
Additions will be made to the Detroit
and Port Huron plants.
(Continued From Page 14.)
balk line billiards for a number of
"Weston will celebrate his 72nd birth
day by beating it towards Chicago In
the interest of the publicity department
of the Santa Fe. Mr. Weston Is a game
old sport. May he live to cover the
ocean to ocean route several times be
fore he walks off this mortal world of
"Waco is the center of the middle
western baseball spotlighc now. The
Indianapolis team Is training there, and
"Waco" appears on the date lines of
the sport pages each day with a story
of the Indians frolics.
Frank Bancroft, who was here ahead
of the All Star-Athletics last fall, was
to have been operated on for appen
dicitis the other day, but he saw a
corpse pass his door at the hospital.
That was too much. Old Frank paid
his bill, took his clothes and beat it for
home. He has entirely recovered from
the attack of appendicitis.
A reporter In Chicago called Ad Wol
gast a Thespian, and Addie made him
take it back. Ad said he was a Ger
man. March 30 is the date for the Sox debut
and also for the Sox smoker. Ring the
date in red on tho calender.
devoted to a busi
ness meeting and Sunday there will be
a three cornered match in which the
team of the El Paso country club, that
of Bisbee and the Douglas big stick
artists will play. The professionals
will alsa have a contest.
Local golf enthusiasts are practicing
daily and are looking forward toward
the coming event with great Interest,
hoping to keep the laurels at home.
HOPPE BEATS IVES'S RECORD
BUT IT WILL OT STAND
Chicago. 111., March 12. Just before
"Willie Hoppe ran out, Ora Morningstar
tv on the fifth block of the 2400 point.
1S.1 balk match here. 400 to 377. Hoppe
made his 400 before the play ended last
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for the five nieht's nlav. Morninjrstar's
total score is 1537.
The woria's. record at 1S.1 made years
ago by Frank 1-res, of 140, was sur
passed by Hoppe In his sixth Inning,
but It will not stand as a record because
it was not made under regulations gov
erning record play.
BISBEE TEAM IS RAISING
arOXEY TO COME TO EL PASO
Bisbee, Ariz., March 12. Bisbee's
high school basketball te'am is making
strenuous efforts to be at the meet,
which Is to be held in 21 Paso. It
appears that the treasury of the team
is at a low ebb and It Is trying to de
vise ways and nleans of overcoming this
The members of the team have ap-
First race, fire furlongs, selling
Gillford won, Trappe second. Col. Aus
tin third. Time. 1:05.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Tallow Dip won. Baby Willie
second. Belle of the Ball third. Time,
1:12 2-5. Albert H. won but was placed
last for fouling.
Third, race, five and a half furlongs,
selling MeAndrews won. Bobby Cook
second, Fleming third. Time, 1:10 1-5.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Ramon Carona won. Occidental
second, Hurlock third. Time, 1:12 2-5.
Fifith race1, six furlonga, selling
Dona H. won. Red Hussar second, Nechar
third. Time. 1:19 3-5.
Sixth race, mile and an eighth, sell
ing Flora Riley won, Lois Cavanaugh
second, Okenlte third. Time, 2:01 1-5.
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BOXING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS . BlirpTM
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BUly Smith Says It Would Do Away With "Killers'
They oucbt to teach boxinjr in the public schools of EI Paso and It vrould
dc away rrltii pjstoi toting; anu Kiiiie carrying: ivixen tne noyn become
ssid Billy Smith, now a .pence officer, once known as Austraian" Billy
Smith, 'prise fighter.
'Tench, hoys to fight with their tlntn "and they will aot think about stab
bing tome fellow or Khootlnpr him when they Ret Into a flsht," he continued.
"Over In my bloody country, they teach the boys how to box and you nev
er hear of men being; killed as they are over here.
'Over there they punch a fellow between the eyes with their fists; here, If
you wink your eye at a fellow he takes a shot at you in the cocoa.
Teach the boys to box."
BRITOXS LEAD IX CHESS.
New York, N. Y.. March 12. Prospect
Is dark for the American chess team en
gaged In the international cable play
with Great Britain. Marshall appeared
to have advantage in the first board,
but three of the games looked favor
able for the English men over the
TO BOWIi AT ST. LOUIS.
Detroit, Mich., March 12. Bowlers in
the 1911 national contest -will meet at
St. Louis. Old officers and executive
committee members were reelected.
First race, futurity course, selling
( Passenger won. Tremargo second, Beda
third. Time, 1:12.
Second race, five ,and a half furlongs,
selling Vague won. TVinona Winter
second, Jim Basey third. Time, 0:42.
Third race, mile and three-sixteenths
Aks-Ar-Ben won, Onatossa second,
Homeless third. Time, 2.01.
Fourth race, six furlongs, Lorin han
dicap Chester Krum won. Bit of For
tune second, Baddy GIp third. Time,
j Fifth race, mile and 70 yards
Gretchen won .Creston second, Glenna
deane third. Time 1:43.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling Ro
berta won, Emma G. second, Orlnnte
third. Time, 1:15
The Dustless Home
Erue Story of
House cleaning in the old way is hard on your fur
nishings and still more injurious to the woman who
does the work. .
"When you clean with a broom or carpet sweeper
you get only the light impalpable dust, the pressure
of broom and sweeper drives the sharp, heavier grit
into the warp and under the carpet.
This is why you find the thick layer of dust under
the carpets when you take them up for spring or fall
cleaning. For the same reason you must give your
rugs a frequent beating.
The Santo Yacuum Gleaner draws up all .the dust
and dirt instead of working it in and under the car
pet and keeps the nap raised instead of pressing it
down as does the broom.
Carpets and rugs last longer, look fresh all the
time, because our cleaner removes the cause of their
Free demonstrations given dailv during business
hours at our store. If interested, will gladly send a
Santo to your home for you to try.
Hoyt Furniture Co.
Exclusive Agents for This Territory
(To be continued Monday)
record. Fore landed the high singles at
21S: while Critchett made an only
strikeoot. Ford did some .handsome split
picking up. The score
First race, seven furlongs, selling
Gold Dust won. Critic second, Dander
ihird. Time. 1:29 1-5.
Second race, sx furlongs, selling
Zacatacas won, Star Board second,
Arasion third. Tims 1:14 3-5.
Third race, six furlongs, selling
Home P.un won. Skyo second, Toll Box
third. Time, 1:15 2-5.
Fourth race, mile, purse Sager won.
Fulfill second. Polls third. Tfcne,
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Earls Court won, George W.
Lebolt second, Sally Preston third. Time
Sixth race, mile an 70 yards, sell
ing Ragman won. Spellbound second,
Descomets third. Time, 1:47 3-5.
Fort Bliss. 1 2 ,3' Tl.
Chase ISO 156 174 510
Lehman .. 140 151 150 441
Sukerman .... 195 212 166 573
Critchett .... 143 165 144 452
Fore ..139 218 151 SOS
Totals .. 797 902 7S5 2484
Go-Easy. 1 2 3 Tl.
Campbell X69 1SS 159 516
Tirttle i60 188 144 492
Higgins 15S 17S 19S itoi
Ford ..142 181 15S 4S1
Watson ..145 152 163 460
Totals 774 8S7 832 24S3
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One pin one wooden- headed, brainless
pin marked the -margin in a close match
on the alleys at Fort Bliss last night.
It was the first team which made the
one pin over the score of the go-easies.
Sukerman made high total with a 573
3IARPA SOCIAL .VXD
Marfa, Texas, March 12. Miss Norma
Maxwell and her sister entertained a
number of their friends at the home of
their aunt, Mrs. L. E. Cartwright.
G. C. Robinson and wife have re
turned from El Paso.
Riley Smith has purchased a fine new
Mrs. R. H. Kj"le, who has been con
fined to her room with fever for sev
eral weeks, is rapidly improving.
Mrs. Jessie Merril, of Ontario, Cal., i3
now at Ft. Davis, where she will visit
friends and relative!?!.
Dr. and Mrs. Darracott, of Shafter,
came here In their auto. Dr. Darra
cott returned at once but Mrs. Darra
cott remained to visit her parents.
Mrs. v7. H. Cleveland is visiting in
Henry Brooks, of Shafter, is visiting
in Mar fa.
Jeff and Gerald Claunch and "Will
Tolbert were in town from their
JUDGE AROUSED AT MIDNIGHT
TO OFFICIATE AT "WEDDING.
Roswell, X. M., March 12. At the
hour of midnight Elmer Starnes and
Miss Estella Hughes, daughter of TV.
L. Hughes, were married by police
Judge A. J. Walter, at his homo on East
Fourth street. The judge arose from
bed and performed the ceremony in the
presence of his family.
f 0PR PLATC 2JNC PLATS'
A remarkable Electric Device,
that is relieving countless peo
ple of the pains and causes of
Rheumatism. Xow within the
reach of every sufferer.
A NEW ELECTRIC TREATMENT
Electropodes are metal insoles, worn in the heels of the shoes. One is a nega
tive and one a positive plate. The body becomes the battery, the nerves the
connecting wires over which a gentle flow of electricity passes, building- up the
What Thy Cure
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Head
ache, Kidney Trouble, Backache,
"Weak Heart, Sleeplessness, Lumba
go, Stomach and I,iver Complaints are
postively cured by Electropode
Your Druggist signs a contract to
refund the $1.00 you pay him for
Etectropodes if they fail to effect a
cure, or if they should, after 30 days
free trial, prove unsatisfactory.
Electropodes are mailable. If yoar druggist cannot furnish them, send us
$1.00 and we will see that you are supplied. In ordering, state whether for lady
WESTERN ELEC7R0F0DE COMPANY
LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA
Company Promoting Con
laria to River.
Marfa, Texas,, March '12. Informa
tion from Candelaria states that the
company promoting an electric road
from Candelaria to the Tossing of the
Orient railroad on the Rio Grande is
arranging preliminaries to begin grad
ing and proposes to have the line com
pleted by November 1. The company
has a charter and 25 miles of rlghtof
way. The international boundary commis
sion is busy straightening the inter
national boundary line.
Mr. and Mrs. lu C. Brite and daughter
Hester, are visiting in San Marcos, Tex.
From that point they will go to Fort
Worth, thence to Mineral TVells to spend
Mrs. J. 31. Hanly is in Sierra Blanca
at the bedside 'of Mrs. Fannie Love.
H. "W. Reynolds is home from Cali
fornia. Mrs. J. "ft'. Merrill, son and daugh
ter are home from Ontorio, Cal., where
thej- spent the winter visiting rela
tives. An elder son, George Merrill, re
mained in Ontario to attend schooi.
Messrs. Henry W. Brooks and "Wm.
Mann were tin Marfa recently fnom
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Mellard and
family have moved from their ranch
Jas. A. Poole, of Marfa, is sinking
a deep well on the, old Greenlee ranch,
15 miles east of Marfa.
S. V. Tudyka, merchant of Del Rio,
has been in Marfa several days pros
pecting. Dr. J. C. Darracatt returned to Shaf
ter in a new automobile which was
shipped to Marfa.
Mrs. F. E. Gillette, of Alpine, visited
Marfa friends recently.
O. H. Miller has returned to Marfa
from a two weeks visit at Fort Davis.
Mrs. T. C. Crosson is here from the
ranch, the guest of her sister. Miss
Minnie Campbell at the Marfa house.
W. H. Sanders, of St. Louis, is here
To the Entire System
invigorating Effects which
Promote Energetic Action
Your grocer supplies all the
above when you purchase -
1 AT Kir nrrTTornTi-nr
Fifteen Counties Are Repre
sented in Meeting at
Sweetwater. Tex.. March 12. A crowd
of stock raisers met with the Progressive
club recently. After Interesting conversa
tions on the subject of stock raising
and its prospects, an organization was
formed to be known as ithe West Texas
Stock Raisers' association, with ' a
membership of over 100. Letters were
read from several stockmen assuring the
association that they were in favor of j
Fifteen counties were represented, Co
lan, Taylor, Ector, Fisher, Scurry,
Stonewall. Mitchell. Pecos. Brewster,
Howard. Martin. Borden and Presidio.
The organization hns started off with
niuch enthusiasm, and will be a means
of 'giving the cattle industry a great
WARREX MAX ESCAPES v
IXJURY IX RUNAWAY
Men Elected and Appointed
to Serve Until
Alamogordo, X. M., March. 12. Thft
town trustees have passed tho first
batch of ordinances. These ordinance
go into7' effect five days after publica
tion, J. L. Lawson was appointed villas
attorney, F. L. Perry marshal, W. E.
Warren treasurer, and S. H. Monro
night -watchman.. This completed -the
full set of officers, who are to serve un
til the first regular election, to be head
on the first Tuesday in April.
A light rain fell over the valley and
Globe Mills Uraham Flouf, also Whola
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
Nuff Sed. Try a sack. At all grocera.
FROST AT ROSWELL;
FRUIT 20T DAMAGED
Smudge Pots Are Used Ex
tensively in Orchard.
Sun Shining Again.
Roswell, N. M., March 12. There was
a heavy, watery frost last night. Tele
phone advices from the Hagerman,
Baker, L. F. D. farm, DeBremond and
other orchards say the fruit was not
No apple blossoms are out and the
peach, plum and apricot trees In bloom
were not damaged. Smudge pots were
used extensively last night on the De
The sun is shining brightly today.
XEW TOWX IS OPEXED
IX SULPHUR SPRIXGS VALLEY
Courtland, Ariz.. March 12. The new
town in the Sulphur Springs valley, at
Turkey creek, about 20 miles east of
Courtland, is to be known as Lierht in
i honor of the founder, John W. Light.
ueorge . waters nas oeen recommend
ed as postmaster of the new town.
,T. G. Newton, formerly of Courtland.
was In the camp lately on his way to the
Imperial valley, where he hns a ranch.
Bradford Trenhani Is visiting friends
and relatives in Bisbee.
WIHInm Elliott Morri-, pioneer of Bis
bee Dies Prisoner Becomes
Bisbee. Ariz.. March 12. F. M. Mank,
of Warren, narrowly escaped serious in
juries while riding. His horse being
frightened began to run down Slag
Dump Hill and the buggy was upset,
It is reported that Jthe Chinaman
who tried to burn first the jal and then
himself at Tombstone, has become vio
lently insane. He has been segregated
from the other prisoner and he fights
with anyone entering his cell. It seems
that he Is affected with both religious
and persecution niania.
William Elliott Morris, a pioneer of
this district and one of the most influ
ential members of the Republican party,
died of pneumonia after an Illness of
only two days. Mr. Morris, known as
"Uncle Bill," was 66 years old and came
10 uisDee 2o years- ago. He had recently
retired from the city council and was
occupying the posLtion of county road
GOOD RAIX FALLS AT
Solomonville, Ariz.. Marchl2 The first
rain In months fell here recently. Wa
ter for irrigation was low and there
was no grass for cattle. The rain will
greatly improve conditions.
Mrs. J. P. Bray lias returned from
Charles W. Prange. a mining man
from Phoenix. Ariz., after spending sev
eral days looking at the placer ground
east of town, has returned to his home,
lie expects to return here shortly.
The Sewing club met with Mrs. Chas
W. Parks lately.
We have jest received acocsines
ef PURINA POULTRY FEEDS, CaOJ
god examine them.
re a mistnre of overs dozen varietW
of zrains and seeds. They contain
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w ....4uut,; UJAJU. UUSICC
ciiAMiaoit, dux a practical feed for
j i ir i"Jllltry raisers, ypqic jk
aca ess for a sample of it,
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