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EL PASO HERAJLD
Wednesday, July 3, 1912
FOR THE VEGAS FIGHT
Johnson to Meet Langford
in Australia; Maybe Al
East Las Vegas, N. iL, Jaly 5. With
a conference last night between Jack
Johnson, his-opponent Jim Flynn and
referee Ed Smith over the rules which
-will govern the coming- fight, final
preparations for the fourth of July
battle -were completed yesterday. Both
fighters appear satisfied with their
condition and little remains to be dent
in the way of trainlcg.
It was agreed that the men would
protect themselves at all times and
would break at the order of the rf
eree. "They are folly informed as to the
tne car s'
If it bore no nameplate the
Srudebaker Flanders "20" would
be bound to make an immediate
and 'ii impressive appeal to
Study it from any of the ordi
narily accepted specification
power, wheel-base, axle
strength, ease, style and rival
ry, in its class, recedes into the
.But you are not asked to draw a
check for $SO0 on the evidence
of your own eyes; or your own
experience; or your own sense
5e-enty-five thonsana' of your fel
low citizens vouch for Stude
And we would like you to feel
the impact of that tremendous
pressure of public opinion.
We would like yon to summon
up a mental picture of that
mighty host of Srudebaker cars
rendering yeoman , service. -4n
every nook 'arid corner of the
We would Eke you to remember
that the satisfaction of these
75,000 citizens has its source in
the name Studebaker.
F. O. B. Detroit, standard equipment.
Equipped, as above, with Top, Windshield, "
Prs3t-oIite Tank aad Ssesdomcter. S885.
WACO, TEXAS E-il-F Sales Asjency
VALLEY MILLS, TEXAS McNeil Hadw. & Imp. Co.
HILLSBORO, TEXAS Brown and Eenfro Co.
WAXAHATCHTE. TEXAS Sitae asd Thompson Motor Car Co.
CORSICANA, TEXAS Chas. G. Jester
MEXICO, TEXAS , ; AV. D. pittman.
TEAGUE, TEXAS ; Gujrgdjz and Meier.
TEMPLE. TEXAS L. S. Williamson and Co.
Jay F. Knox Auto Company
400 Texas St., Bell 4170 ,
The studebaker corporation - - Detroit, aqceigan'
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rules which will govarn the ffb
said referee Smith last night, and
are satisfied to fight under straight
marquis of Queensbury rules. There
will be holding and hitting and I do
not expect to lay my hands upon them
during the fight"
Since they finished boxing a couple
of days ago both Johnson and Flynn
have taken it easy. They are taking
no chances with the fight only two
days away. A little road work and
light gymnastic exercise makes up a
day's work in each camp.
Railroad officials said that seven
trains loaded with fight fans had been
reported as due within the next two
days. Promoter Jack Curley declares
that he was well satisfied with the
prospects of a big crowd on the Fourth.
He expects, from his own advices, that
several additional trains from the east,
west and south will be necessary to
We would like you to "realize that
each and every one of these
75,000 cars does its full duty,
day by day, precisely because,
it is a Studebaker car.
The" Studebaker "20" which" yon
buy and drive is the embodi
ment and the expression of the.
sixty-year-old Studebaker policy
of serving its public
We want you to remind yourself
that the Studebaker word has
been good as gold to the buying
world for more than a century
and that it ig being made.
good in every car that issues
from the mighty Studebaker
The glob"e-"girHing sales' system
of the Studebaker Corporation
the 1,800 Studbaker stores in
America the superb laboratory,
and manufacturing equipment in
the Srudebaker plant and the;
low cost of production and dis-i
tribution which "they "involve
in these factors you find the
reason why the Studebaker "20"
lays immediate hold upon your
preference why it appeals to
you as the very uttermost of
value at or about $800.
"2G" Touring Car.
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carry sporting enthusiasts from dis
tant points. The main attendance will
be drawn from nearby points, how
ever, and they will come by any means
of transportation that may be handy,
from burros to automobiles.
The arena, work on which has been
completed, is said to have a seating ca
pacity of 15.000 persons. Should that
number of spectators actually arrive.
I Las Vegas will be taxed to its utmost
to accommodate them. Already quick
lunch counters and coffee stands
have made their appearance but it will
be a case of stand in line at best.
The most interesting development
of the day was Johnson's statement
that in all probability he would ac
cept the offer of Hugh Mcintosh, the
AND CLUB STANDINGS
Won. Lo3t I.t.
Boston 47 22 .681
Philadelphia 33 26 .600
Chicago 39 29 .674
Washington 39 31 .557
Cleveland 33 34 .493
Detroit 34 S6 .486
New York 19 44 .307
St. Louis 13. 47 .2S8
St Louis at Detroit.
Cleveland at Chicago.
New York at Washington.
Boston at Philadelphia. .
At St Louis 1st game. B.H.E.
St Louis 3 7 2
Chicago I 6 0
Batteries: St Louis. Hamilton and
Krichcll; Chicago, Benz and Kuhn.
At St Louis 2d game. K. H. E.
St Louis 4 7 3
Chicago : 5 1! "
Batteries: St Louis, E. Brown. Pow
ell and Stephens: Chicago, Walsh,
White and Block.
At Bostcn E. H. E.
New York 9 13 3
Boston i-. 7 11 3
Batteries: New York, Bedient, Pape
and Carrigan; Boston. Ford and Swee
ney. At Washington B, H. E.
Philadelphia 3 8 2
Washington 5 5 2
Batteries: Philadelphia, Houck and
Lapp; Washington, Hughes, Pelty and
A'ATIOXAI. LEAGUE. .
Won. Lost Pet
Nenr York 52 11 .825
Chicago 36 26 .681
Pittsburg 37 27 .578
Cincinnati 36 3 J .529
Philadelphia 26 34 .433
Brooklyn 25 38 .397
St Louis 27 43 .386
Boston ,...20 4S .294
Brooklyn at New York.
Philadelphia at BMton.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg.
Chicago at St Louis.
At Philadelphia R.J1.E.
Philadelphia 7 11 2
Brooklyn d 9 2
Brennan and Dooin: Brooklyn. Barger
Batteries: Philadelphia, Alexander,
and Miller, Erwin.
At New York Ii. H. E.
New York ........... 7 9 0
Boston. ... .......... ......... 3 10 1
Batteries: New York, Crandall and
Meyers; Boston, Dickson and liariden.
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
PHtsburg 2 3 2
Chicago 9 16 0
Batteries: Pittsburg, Robinson. Cole.
Warner and Simon; Chicago, Cheney
Houston v 50 28
Waco 42 35
San Antonio 42 35
Dallas 48 37
Beaumont S4 41
Austin 36 43
Galveston 36 45
Fort Worth 31 45
At Dallas R.H. E.
Dallas .' 0 6 1
Austin 4 S 0
Batteries: Dallas, Evans and Gibson;
Ashton and Heinenger.
At San Antonio R.H.I:.
San Antonio -. 8 10- 0
Galveston 6 5 1
Batteries: San Antonio, Ayers,
Browning and Smith: Galveston, Har
bin, Tate and H. Williams.
At Houston 1st game. R.H.E.
Houston 3 3 0
Beaumont 0 2 0
Batteries: Houston, Bdmundson and
Reynolds; Beaumont JLarsen and
At Houston 2d game. R. H. E.
Hcuston 1 4 1
Beaumont 6 6 3
Batteries: Houston, Rose and Allen;
Beaumont, Martina and O'Brien.
- 'At Fort Worth R. H. E.
Fort Worth 4 12 4
Waco 3 S 2
Batteries: Fort Worth, Cravensteln
and Lemon; Waco, Jost and Reilly,
rAt Sioux City E. H. E.
St Joseph S 11 1
Sioux City 9 13 2
Batteries: St Joseph, Woldring,
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Australian promoter, for a match with
Sam Langford in that country this
There was some gossip about the
Johnson camp as to a possible Johnson
Al Palzer fight in New lork on La
bor day Johnson appeared disinclined
to talk of the bout. "I would like
to get him," was all he could sty be
vond declaring that he felt confident
of his reception in New York should
he meet Palzer there.
Johnson weighed 214 pounds yester
day His manager, Tom Flanagan, de
clared that he could enter the ring at
210 without the slightest difficulty.
" Johnson certainly looked it today.
He appeared to be in splendid form and
full of energy as a boy.
Crutcher and Gossett: Sioux City,
Slaughter, Brown and Cadman.
At Wichita IL H. E.
Lincoln 3 16 2
Wicnita .................5 y 1
Batteries: Lincoln. Wolverton. Smith
and Carney; Wichita, Alderman, Ellis
At Des Moines R. H. E.
Omaha 10 19 2
Des Moines 3 8 -
Batteries: Omaha, Holland, Johnson,
and Gonding; Des Moines, Kogge,
Northrup and Ulatowski, McGraw.
At Topeka R. H. E.
Denver .... ...8 13 0
aopeka 9 IS 1
Batteries: Denver, Harris, Healy,
Leonard and Block: Topeka, Hornsby,
Brandon and Schmidt
PACIFIC CO..V5T LEAGUE.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeles 7 9 l
Oakland 3 9 1
Batteries: Los Angeles, Chech and
Brooks; Oakland, Abies and Mltze.
At Sacramento R. H. E.
Portland 14 18 3
Sacramento 7 13 6
Batteries: Portland. Hstner and Fish
er; Sacramento, Baum, Byram and
At San Francisco R. H. E.
San Francisco ' 4 11 1
Vernon -- 5 6 5
Batteries: San Francisco, Toner,
Baker and Schmidt; Vernon. Castleton,
Gray, Stewart and Agnew.
At St Paul IL
St Paul 1
Second game R-
St Paul 1
At Louisville B,
1 oledo .... 7
At Columbus R.
Indianapolis -. . 1
At Minneapolis " ' R-
Siinnea polls ;...-... 6
Kansas City 5
HURT, CAN'T BOX
Frank Fowzer, the local blacksmith
lad who is such a jewel in the right
with the gloves, will not be seen in
Las Cruces Wednesday night in a bout
with Kid Lee. Fowzer was injured
Tuesday afternoon while riding a horse,
and it will be impossible for him to be
seen in the ring for many days. Kid
Steele, who was seen in Juarez in a
draw bout with Kid Payo, will be sub
stituted for Fowzer. y - -
OLY3iriC CLAY BIRD
SHOOT IS COMMENCED.
Stockholm. Sweden, July 3. The in
dividual competition in the clay bird
shooting was begun yesterday. This
consists of three stages, the first
stage of which was concluded. The
conditions called for 20 targets per
man in two rounds. J. R. Graham.
Chicago A. A.; A. F. Gleason. Boston
A. A. and Goeldin and Sejdlitz. of
Gearmany each had 19 "breaks." Thirty
six others are eligible for the second
To Pedro Venegas, to erect two-room
adobe, corner of Magnolia and Rainer
streets; estimated cost $200.
Douglas, between Copia and Alta
streets R. W. Long to Ernest Knight
lots 29 and 30, block 126. East El Paso;
consideration $400; April 9, 1912.
Corner of Texas-Pacific and Luna
streets: Sacramento between Dyer and
Partelio streets Lee H. Orndorff to J.
N. Ferguson, lots 15 and 16. block E,
Payne's subdivision; lots 26 and 27,
block 95. Grand View; consideration
S16; July 1. 1912.
Corner of Piedras and Central avenue
M. M. Le Baron and M. Z. Le Baron to
Ernest Wright lots 40 to 42, block B,
Bassett's addition; consideration $750;
June 29. 1912.
1006 Paul W. Escott, 2071-2 East
Overland street; Excelsior motorcycle.
1007 J. C. McKInney, Clinty Texas;
To Mrs. E. A. Escajeda, S00 South St
Vrain street June 18.
To Mrs. F. Claire Smith, 1221 East
Overland street June 29.
To Mrs. T. H. Hilton, 120S Texas
street, June 28.
To Mrs. Andreas Mellado, Lincoln
Park. June 12.
Holeproof hosiery is the popular
hose these days. We have it for chil
dren, ladies and gents. Brynn Bros.
Lawn Hose nnd Sprinkler.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St
Shaner Always Has It Tough
(Registered United States Patent Office.)
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home RuruBor only riitfwsa--:,-- r'"i -m - W s r-SZ$d-?ggL-
SklMMY SHAMER. FEEL6 ALL. tW..OJY jqck&A . oarcsrfvrTS;
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TROOPS AT YSLETA
CHANGE ON TUESDAY
Battalion Headquarters to
Be Located in Valley,
Town For Awhile.
Tsleta, Texas, July 3. Company G of
the 22d infantry, under command of
Capt Hannigan, left here Tuesday
morning to go Into camp at Fort Bliss.
Eattalion headquarters of the 18th In
fantry, under command of Maj. Moore,
will be moTed here. The officers to be
stationed here are Maj. Moore, Capt
Miller and Lieuts. Wall and Byars. The
companies will occupy the same camp
site which -was used by tha 22d.
Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Miller have conte
down from the Country club and are
with their husbands at Valley Inn.
Mrs. Luis Candelaria died at her resi
dence here and was interred in the
Catholic cemetery. She leaves a hus
band and five children, one an infant
only two weeks old.
A number of homes in the valley are
being extensively improved. Mayor
Kelly's ranch, under the management
of J. T. Word, is under cultivation and
wejl stocked. The new residence, bun
galow style, has just been completed.
Mrs. Phelps and mother, Mrs. Massle,
have returned from Alpine, where they
had taken the Phelps baby on account
of illness. The little fellow has en
tirely regained his health.
The Mexican dancing club gave a
dance at the Schultz hall.
The indians are dancing almost every
e'ening and numbers of automobile
parties from El Paso stop to see them.
FIRE CAUSES LOSS
IN NORTH ADAMS
North Adams, Mass.. July 3. One of
the most disastrous fires that ever vis
ited North Adams destroyed a large
section of the business district early
yesterday, causing an estimated loss
of $600,000. The Empire theater. Wil
son's hotel, the Empire apartment
house and Sullivan Bros, furniture
building were destroyed.
MAJOR DUGAX ILL IN
t.V HOSPITAL IN DOUGLAS
Maj. Thomas Dugan, who was in
command of the headquarters of a bat
talion of the Fourth cavalry, which
completed its hike overland to Fort
Huachuca Tuesday, has been ill in a
hospital at Douglas. Maj. Dugan was
farced to deliver his command to Capt
W. F. Clark because of an attack of
ptomaine poisoning, which he acquired
on the overland march from Fort Bliss
to Fort Huachuca.
ILAf in DiiBuivn II til
I I LocoKrnvss I
jfiiff. 29MfrSepL 6th.
i -June 27th' to July 5th. 4
July 11th and 12th. &
'Aug. 29th to Sept. 6th
Oct 12th, 14th, 15th. ..
June 27th to July 5th.
July 11th and
Oct. 12, 14, 15,
LOS ANGERS and Eeton --$40.00 0e Ssle June lst to Sept 30tK. -;
SAN DiEGO and Return fi-- .40.00 Tirmf nr Qict
SAN FRANCISCO and Return. .$50.00 Jjmui; UCT' dlsz'
FOUR TRAINS DAILY from El Paso to Los Angeles.
DINING CARS, OBSERVATION CARS PULLMAN AND TOURIST
Tickets and sleeping car reservations at:
CITY TICKET OFFICE . . .- .-.-.-.-. . . .206 NORTH OREGON ST.
TUB AiEVJ CUY
HEAf P.V TRVIM&
SICK HORSE KILLED;
IS SHOT NINE TIMES
A horse belonging to the Odom trans,
fer line was killed on East Rio Grande
street Tuesday afternoon. The horse,
driven by a Mexican boy, was taken
sick Monday afternoon after hauling
a heavy load to Government Hill, ac
cording to report It was left by the
boy on the street Monday night Tues
day morning justice of the peace J. J.
Murphy notified Mr. Odom that the
horse was there and suggested that he
call for it No attention seems to have
been paid to the animal and in the
afternoon, the police were notified. A
Mexican with a "toy pistol" was sent
to the scene to kill the suffering ani
mal and he shot it five times, but the
animal still lived. Justice Murphy then
got out his 45 and finished the animal
with four more shots. '
Many big wells are being developed
in the San Simon valley of Arizona.
The developing of water for Irrigation
purposes is continuing and the out
look for a big supply is splendid.
WITH the right kind of heating nobody minds blizzards! It's the
chilly, drafty houses the cold floors that numb and paralyze ns
and make us sick and miserable in winter.
Forget all this and enjoy the health that comes with, a home heated
evenly with clean, moist air. Get the heating plant that brings with
it a guarantee of heat to 70 degrees in all weathers withthe good,,
ventilation which is as essential as warmth.
. t rTt . ahUa11
is mamuacturea Dy uo iiuupucu u&uuS -., j ujb, ww
They are heating engineers and manufacturers of 30 years experience, y
If they authorize US to unaeriaKC mc juu ut uuumi; juui uuuscuicy
stand behind it. This enables ns to guarantee you a.warm.houseVy
and to make the guarantee absolutely efficient.
If, for any reason, after installing a Winter-Chaser, we fail to'grve '
satisfaction, you get your money back. We make this more than
fair offer because we know the Winter-Chaser will more than do the
work will give ample comfort makipg every room warm andifcozy
in spite of the thermometer.
la Hi r T&.k n C l a. ft awv4 Atflfny V
I I Economical of fuel, and the simplest method of heating injese.if 1
I I Call and find out more about it. -"'
I EL PASO SHEET METAL WORKS ' 11
I 402 Texas St Bell Phone 548 Anto 1148. 1 S
Economical of fuel, and the simplest method
Call and find out more about it.
San Francisco and Return
Los Angeles and Return .
Portland Ore., and Return, $67.50
(Diverse Eouting), Return .Via Denver, j
Portland, Ore., and Return,
(Go and return same route.')
to HONOLULU, CHINA,
SIXTH imuiiMP2 S&sxszS&r&fy a PAMrtgty; ftnwa eYTKE
DJSUN6UJSHES HtMSaF AS THE PRIZE
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TEB.Tte OflME oyfflgOroNft: P C g"1 SHRiMPMLL eg
DOES NOT WISH TO
BUY DECEASED FLIES
Mr. Marr Merely Wishes to
Pay a Premium For
Jimmie Marr is getting worried about
his swatfest He is not desirous of buy
ing flies at the market rate with the
$55 which he has hung up as a prize,
Jwt says he wishes to get a run for
his -oy for the prise and wants a3
many flies exterminated as possible
between now and Friday night when
the fly swatting contest closes. The
flies will be weighed and tie awards
announced Saturday in The 1 Paso
Thirty-one ug-lrs nandsorae casement
sash, yours forfL0 a pair.
Lander Lumber Oo.
Bryan Bros.'s cool gents' furnishings
keep men cool and good uatured.
tTAAfinM ff I lar Tini Tif.
. . $45.00
. . $35.00
limit OcfcJft'sE. ff
Limit' !Aug. 27th.
Limit Sept. 11th.
Limit Oct. 31st. -4
Limit "Nov. 15th.
Limit !Aug. 27th.
Limit Sept. 11th.
'Limit IsTov. 15th.
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