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KNOCKS ONCE ON EVERY MAN'S DOOR, BUT SELDOM ARE YOU OFFERED
SUCH A WONDERFUL BUYING PROPOSITION AS IS NOW OFFERED IN
This property was held off the market for 15 years and during that time El Paso has
entirely surrounded it with handsome residences and industries. It is now the veritable
heart of El Paso not a suburb in anj sense of the word. Titles perfect on all platted
lots offered for sale.
Has Increased 147 Per Cent Since the 1900 Census
and is destined to become a city of 1Q),000 before the next. Can you doubt her future?
COTTON ADDITION is the most desrable residental section and part of it is in the
path of El Paso's progress property jhere is enhancing in value every day.
New homes are being erected almost cjtily. Many thousand dollars worth of lots have
been sold within the last few weeks. Mces are lower now than they will ever be again.
Down. Balance in 1,
2, 39 4 ind 5 Years
102 N.OREGON ST.
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The Hear, of EI Paso
IX S. Department of Agriculture,
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Isosjja (cootlnaoas Unas) pus throncb points
of ecsal s,lr presare. Isoihibjib (dotted Hnes)
pus tbrtrcsh points of equal tsmperatore; drawn
only for zero, freezing; 80, and 10QP.
O clear; ptrllr clondy: cloadn
(g) rain; siow; g) report ralsslnf.
Arrows flr wlta thu wind. First flaur. temper
ature; sscona. predplt&tlon of -01 Inch ox mors
for pist 21 hours; third, rnaxlmurn wind Teloo-
El Paso, Wednesday, July 3, 1'JIS.
El Paso and vicinity Showers 'to
night or Thursday.
New Mesloo Generally clotidy. with
local showers tonight or Thursday; not
much cbange in temperature.
West Texas Unsettled tonight and
Thursdav: showers tonight or Thurs
day esc ept In southeast portion,
El Paso Readings.
Barometer (sea level) .
Dry thermometer 71
et thermometer 62
Dew point ...;... 57
Relative humidity 63
Direction of wind NW
Velocity of wind
State of weather : cldy pt e
Rainfall last 24 hours 66
Highest temp, last 24 hours. 97
Lowest 'temp, last 12 hours. 70
Height of river this morning aboi
fixed zero mark, 12.9 feet. Rise in lal
24 hours, 0.1 foot.
FRESH FISH daily. ARDOIX'S.
(All communications vnu:: Dear the
signature of the- writer, but tna nana
will no? b? published wbero such a u
quest 13 mado.)
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ICE COXDITIOXS I3irROVE:
STEA3IERS RESU3IE OLD TRAJ
' Washington. D. C, July S. Ice coi XO BEER AT HEADQUARTERS.
anions in the ortn Atlantic nave in -pi pa. n-. lniv ii
proved so that the hydrographic offiJ. aso" le3- July 13lz-
has recommended that transatlant Ealtor El Paso Herald:
steamships return to the ocean lam ln your paper for Tuesday, July 2d,
adopted on April 19, .just after th on page 12, you publish an Item under
Titanic disaster. ; the heading "Beer for the Faithful in
l Ring Headquarters," in which you state
(that "a beer garden has been impro
vised ln the basement of the Demo
cratic "ring" headquarters at 420 San
Antonio street." and that "beer will be
fl, vEfflf B &' 11 2sy S9 S 1asP SlSserved to the loyal ones who call," etc.
,,.,., , , ., J I have been in charge of the head-
Tne familiar letters, S. S. S., stand forSwift's Sure Specific, a name hon-nuarters at 20 San Antonio since they
estly and fairly earned by a great blood remedy. The majority of phvsicalSlee P"63 lnd I assure 'ou .that n
afflictions are caused by bad blood, because a veok, polluted circulation dc-bemo? el "w affilaid hSL?-
pnves the system of its necessary strength and disease-resistinc powers Puarters a no beer has been served
O r r a . - "r -Vein Htfk eprvflil thara onAnt calt
o. o. o. cures every disorder wmen comes irom 'weak headquarters;
or diseased blood, it tones up and regulates every por-1 Feeling assured that you will not
tionof the system,' and creates an abundant supply of M11"11' misrepresent any one, I re-
urishingppertieshichpermeatette circulation RX yol can aatS
and bring health to the body. S.S. S. is made entirely b verify this statement I am
of healing, cleansing roots, herbs and barks, which are Yours respectfully.
alsopossessedofgreattonic properties. It does not (A prominent ei pjta,meman
contain a particle of mineral or other harmful drug, -not an anti-ring man told The Her-
and is therefore the purest and safest blood medicine ? the headquarters had been futea
. ij o o o xt. j.- V, . 1 for serving beer; that the basement
for young or old. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism. Catarrh. h, r.,n nt ,hi r .m. .T " ,
Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Scrofula, Malaria and all other troubles jat il was the purpose of the um-
of a deranged circulation. Book on the blood and any medical advice free, r8? m4nagers to Sr-e such r. .V.h-
T Tin? cnrizrr CDcrinn rn atiaitS W'i icnt Th,s was ,hc source cf the
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C09 ATLANTA, GA. tmpuwishtd.-jiaitori
FIGHT FANS BEG1
Johnson to Weigh, in at 212;
Fhynn Is Confident
Bast Las Vegas, N. IL, July 3. A few
more fight enthusiasts were added last
night and today to those already gath
ered here to witness the Johnson
Flynn battle tomorrow; but the main
body of spectators will not arrive until
tonight, when several special trains
are due. Others will come in tomor
row morning and several will reach
here just ln time for the fight at 2
oclock tomorrow afternoon, in an
ticipation of the rush of hungry trav
elers later in the day, hotel people
were putting their emergency lunch
counters into commission this morn
ing, and piles of edibles -were displayed
in the shed-like structures.
The fight fans found little to amuse
them today. It was very quiet at the
fighters' camps. Both men did a little
llsht Work to keep in trim and devoted
the rest of thfeir time to assuring their
friends that they were supremely con
fident of victory. The camps were on
display all day- and the usual line of
curious onlookers lined the fences
whenever one of the principals showed
Little Change In Betting.
There has been, little change in the
betting, lots of Johnson-to-wln money
at 2 to 1 being offered, with no takers
to speak of.
The board at the betting headquar
ters shows few recorded wafers. The
Flynn supporters make an offer of J300
to $900 and do-snot appear anxious to
get their money down at less than the
three to one rate. One freak bet, 30 to
50, that Johnson will knock Flynn
down before the fourth round, is re
corded and immediately below it comes
"50 to 40 he does, not.'"
As a commentary- on these bets the
following explanation Is-written on the
"A man on his knees" Is considered
dowrf, and if struck, 'wins thn fight."
Bets l'Jaccil on. Eleventh jtonnil.
As to the round betting, the 11th ap
peargJto be favored for the termination
of the fight, probably because the 11th
round of the last Johnson-Flyhn bout
proved, to -he the fireman's -undoing.
Host of 'the" roand bettors, however,
are down on the 14th to 17fh, with a
scattering fire from the seventh to the
As an appetizer to the big show' to
morrow, Stanley Yoakum, of Dallas,
and "Boer" Unholz. of Denver, who fall
somewhere near the lightweight class,
will try out promoter Curley's canvas
walled arena tonight. It is a scheduled
20 round bout and probably will draw
an unusually select fight audience, as
there are a good number of sportlns
notables waiting for the big fight who
will not overlook a chance to watch the
little men work.
Johnson to Welsh in at 212.
It is Johnson's announced plan to en
ter the ring tomorrow weighing 212
pounds. The champion's trainers In
announcing his weight yesterday at
214, explained that he could go into
the ring at 210 If necessary. They do
not consider it necessary, however, to
take off the extra two pounds.
Flnn expects to fight at about 190
pounds He has said for a week or po
tint lit- would -Rplsrh from 1.9 to ly ;
and probably would try for the happv
medium. Despite the one-sided look of
the betting hoard, Flynn appears con
fident that he can surprise the cham
l'inn li ond measure tomorrow on hi-ii'-
, f"im -in. . l''( v last rr. t II.
uali i i.u vaiti.ulif jutdKU'.-n as to
Makes Summer cooking bearable; yes, more tHan thatz enjoyable.
You spend a great deal of time in your kitchen. Think, please,
of the many hours you are compelled to put in there, and think of
those warm days of last summer. Then ask yourself this ques
tion: Can I afford to go through another summer without a Gas
Eange? A Gfas Range in your kitchen means: A daily -half holi
day for the cook, a cool kitchen, a comfortable house and a big
saving in your fuel bill. Can j'ou afford to be without a Gas
Range, when you can get one for ,$5.00 down and3.00 per month
until paid for?
El Paso Gas (St Electric
425 N. Oregon,
Pure Milk-Good Milk-Safe Milk
That is what you should use and you can get it and plenty of it from
THE EL PASO DAIRY CO.
SMITH'S ICE CREAM
is pure, rich and highly palatable. We are now manufacturing and
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Office, 423 No. Oregon St Telephones: Bell 340; Auio 1156
the round In which he expects the fight
to end, contenting himself with the
"I am going to win. Get down on
APPEARS ON THE WANE
Not So Many Going to Las
.Vegas as Was Ex
pected to Go.
Enthusiasm of local "fight fans" over
the Johnson-Flynn bout at lias "Vegas
Thursday, has developed at the 11th
hour to have been premature. Local
railroad men think not more than 50
persons will leave El Paso "Wednesday
night for the scene of conflict.
At first the negro, element in El Paso
came forward with a proposition to se
cure 100 tickets and charter a special
train. But it is not expected that a
score of negroes will leave on ,the
night's train. Then a petition was cir
culated among business men for the
purpose of securing a, special train.
Not more than 30 names were secured.
On the Santa Fe regular train, spe
cial cars will be added "Wednesday
night. The train will leave El Paso at
7:05, arriving in Albuquerque at 6:80
a. m. to make connections there with
the fight special. Arrival at Las Vegas
will be made at about noon.
SPECIAL CAR TO TAKE
ELKS TO LAS CRUCES
El Paso Lodge Ball Team to
Play the Valley Team
The Elks' baseball team and Tooters
will occupy a special car on the train
leaving here at 9 oclock Thursday
morning for Las Cruces. N. M. The
citizens of that place have promised
the local Klks -a royal entertainment
in the form of a barbecue, music and
dancing. Thursday afternoon the Elks'
team will cross bats with a Las Cruces
John Cain, deputy county clerk, and
an I'll:, will appear as the slab artist
for the Elk team. Cain stated that
during the past few days he had manufactured-
a specie of spit ball that
something of a Chinese puzzle,
and he did not think the Las Cruces
ball team could connect with it.
"Wnsh ties look neat and dressy and
are the proper thing in hot weather.
W nter Coolers'.
LaurK Hardware Co., 303 Mills St.
HE WILL WIN EIGHT
Rivers Equally as Confident.
Roth Men Resting for
Los. Angeles, Cal., July 3. With each
expressing himself confident in their
scheduled 20 round fight at Vernon to
morrow. Ad Wolsast, champion liht
weijrht pijrilist of the world, and Joe
Rivers, challenger, passed a quiet day.
The two fighters said they had fin
ished their heavy training and were odIv
exercising enough to keep themselves in
good condition for their, bout tomorrow.
Wolgast was reticent about his line of
fight, making the statement that Wash
ington did net publish his plans when i
be crossed the Delaware and that he did
not intend to publish his business. ,
He added that he gave Rivers credit
for being a "clever youngster," but pre- t
the fight from one of his "siams."
Rivers said "that Wolgast might run
into a surprise party; that he would
make him heartsick that he i;ver heard
the name of Rivers." He declared he
would give the spectators the "best
there was in him." Jaek Welch, of Sau
Francisco, who will referee the bout. i3
on the ground.
15 tons to 25 tons per acre of
stock beets to feed your cows,
pigs and chickens through the
winter, when other fee a is high.
Try planting an acre or two
of stock beet seed, on that piece
of alkali ground of yours this sea
son, and be convinced.
Now is the time to plant, jf
For fresh seed see the
El Paso Seed Co.
519 San Antonio St.
Bell Phone 363. E' Paso, Texai.
ATTELL WILL BET HE
CAN BEST WOLGAST
Tacoma. Wash, July 3. Abe Attell
said today that immediately after the
contest with Eddie Marino tonight he
would Issue a challenge to box Ad
AVolgast for the lightweight champion
ship of the world. Abe said he would
wager $10,000 on himself.
Prosperity does not come of itself: it
has to be seized with both hands.
pALNUHA HAIR STA1H"
"Ee8tore 'Gray,' Strcsfced
Btav:T:l Eiir cr Moosgaclia
troni Usht Krowa to Blce&.
Vott not xnuJx or rnD on. Uoo-
i ana is:
TrtlTPfn BATlrt VI Ul fl
Urifs size (eight bmes u ranch) COS. If toot drnra.
ciapper from tiro bottlesparckMed from a drogsL
and ire Trill el-re yon a tall-elze bottla for sothiss.
NO MONEY REQUIRED
j Owners would exchange close-in
( property on Oregon street just south
tof Overland for residences.
APPLY 110 S. OREGON ST.
DAIRY LUNCH CO.
OPEN- DAY AXD WIGHT
THEN LET US PLACE
A NIAGARA PYRVMID FlRXtCX
IN THAT NEW HOME
Ke WELSGH GO.
311-13 "U. Overland St. Both Phones.