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Stockholm, Sweden, July 12. Amer
icans showed' up Veil In two Olympic
events yesterday afternoon. Various
nations were interested In the 11 trial
heats and six semi finals in the 110
metre hurdles. Americans took eight
firsts and one secqnd In the trials
and five firsts in the semi finals.
Martin "W. Hawkins, John P. Nichol
son, James Wendell, Fred W. Kelly
and John It. Case will njn with the
British representative, Powell, In the
Lieut. G. S. Patton continues to re
flect credit on "West Point training.
By his riding In the cross country
event at 5,000 metres yesterday he
gained fourth place In the modern
penthalon. The Swedish officers leu
but the Swedes had a month's practice
and had studied the difficulties of the
course which included 75 iumDS Of va
rious kinds. Patton hod a fall at the
second of the double ditch.
The swimming last evening furnish
ed a new world's record for the 400
metres free style. Healy. the Austral
ian, in his trial heat covered the dis
tance in 5:34. He Is the popular ra
vnritp for th final.
The wrestling continues slowly. The 7
assemblage of plcKea gianis or Eu
rope who bang each other about on
platforms all day furnished a pictu
resque sideshow. The swimming draws
a fashionable array to the waterside
nightly, the most popular feature be
ing the women who do high driving
and play polo In tightly fitting garments.
TOURNEY BEG IS
Crack Players of Southwest
Arrive to Play on Local
The Southwestern Tennis association,
composed of 14 elubs of the southwest,
was organized Friday morning at the
El Paso chamber of conttneree building
Play in the finpt tournament of the
newly formed association begins Fri
day afternoon on' the courts of the El
Paso Country dub. Douglas was award
ed the tournament for 1913 by a vote.
E. E. Neff, who as chairman of the
sports and pastimes committee of the
local club has promoted the meeting
of tennis cracks, was made president of
the association. J. IL Lawton, of Can
anea, Mexico, is vice president, and G.
1L Drysdale, of Clifton, was elected
secretary and treasurer. Directors are
H. T. Cuthbert. Douglas; Paul Jette.
Mescalero, P. R. Lynch, Pecos; Julius
Staab, Albuquerque; Pendleton Fuller,
Las Cruces, and the three officers . of
It was decided to use $126 collected
as entrance fees for the purchase of
cups already selected by the El Paso
club, two cups for first prizes in the
singles and doubles and two cups for
trophies for the consolation tourney to
be held of those falling out in the first
round or the elimination. Wat.rs Da
vis, president of the El Paso Coun
try club, said that the local club would
give some special trophies to be held
by winners of the main events. The
cups will only be held by the winners
until the next tourney, and must be
won three times to be retained.
At a meeting to be held at S oclocS
Saturday night at the Country club a
constitution and bylaws will be adopt
ed. Messrs. Lawton, Neff and W. C.
Beatty compose a committee on the
drawing- up of the article.
Drawings and Play Begin.
Drawings for singles and doubles
were made Friday afternoon at the
Country club, and play in singles be
gins at once. Saturday will bring the
single championship finals, and the
beginning of the doubles which will
continue .through Sunday morning and
afternoon. The consolation tourney
will be held continually. An infor
mal dance win be held Saturday night
at the club house in entertainment of
the visiting players.
Drawings made earlier in the week
were canceled Thursday when a mes
sage was received from Douglas that
a team would represent that city. It
was at first announced that Douglas
could send no one this year, but R. P.
Cuthbert and Paul Kyle arrived Fri
day morning to represent the Arizona
The players In singles and the teams
trt iimihio; m pnmnete during the three
days' play are as follows:
Singles: G. R. Drysdale, T B.
Smith, Clifton. Ariz.; H. E. Christie;
El Paso Country club, F. 1L Barger,
El Paso Y. M. C. A.; J. J- Hasbrouck,
J. M. Lawton, Cananea, Mex.:.W. H.
Browning, Lynch, Pecos, Texas; H. B.
Jamison. Julius Staab, Albuquerque,
N. M.: R. H. Ormsbee. A. D. Wilkin
son. Towne, N. M.; H. T. Cuthbert.
Douglas. Ariz.; L. R. Fuller, Austin
Gill, P. Fuller, Las Cruces, N. M.
Doubles: Drysdale and Smith, Clif
ton; J. F. "Williams and Christie, R. E.
Hines and Francis Moore. "V. Cooles
and E. E. Neff; "W. R. Jamieson
and K. Sauer. K. P. a C: Barger
and P. W. Dent, Y. M. C. A.; W. C
Beatty and Matson. Elephant Butte,
N. M. Hasbrouck and Lawton, Can
anea: Browning and Lynch, Pecos;
Jamison and Staab, Albuquerque: Cap.
J. R. R. Hanney and Lieut. Phillip
Gordon. Ft. Bliss, Tex.; Fuller and
Fuller Barker and Gill. Las Cruces;
Paul Jette and J. D. Simms. Mescal
ero, N. M.; Cuthbert and R- P. Kyle,
Douglas; Ormsbee and Wilkinson.
JOE I-ATCHEX II TAKES ..
PURSE AT THE RAPIDS.
Grand Rapids. Mich., July 12. Joe
Patchen II, yesterday proved himself
a worthy son of a worthy sire by tak
ing the Comstock purse, ?5.HM, 2:11
class pacing, the feature event of the
third day of the Grand Circuit meet
ing. He won the race in straight
heats but was forced to take a mark
of 2.06 1-2. Grand Opera was a close
contender. All races on the day's
regular card save one were won in
CARL MORRIS DOES.VT
TAKE LDXG AVITH COMISKEY
Sapulpa. Okla., July 12. Carl Morris
ended in a few seconds what was to
have been a 15 round bout with Con
Comiskey of Chicago here yesterday.
Morris punched his adversary three
times and with a fourth blow sent
Comiskey to the floor, where he took
the count. Adjt. Gen. Frank Canton
sprang into the ring to stop the con
test, but referee Fearns had declared
Morris the winner. Comiskey said he
would never fight again.
i Star of Olympic
Jim Thorpe, of Carlisle, Is the
Successor to Martin J. Sheri
dan, Irish-American Club.
OST spectacular of America's
competitors in the Olympic j
games thus far is the perform
ance of Jim Thorpe, the Sac and Fox
indian athlete of the Carlisle school,
who won the penthalon event at Stock
holm Sunday. Thorpe's victory stands
him the successor of Martin J. Sheri
dan as all-round champion. The In
dian's splendid showing, howevei. is no
surprise to those who have followed
athletic events, particularly the try-
outs, closely. Thorpe's astonishing j
form has been the talk of the athletic'
world for the past year.
Bio nurl-c in the nentharion events.
in which he led F. R. Bie, of Norway,
are as follows:
Running broad jump, 7 meters. 7
centimeters; throwing the javelin, 52
meters; 200 meters, flat, 23 seconds;
throwing the discus, 35 meters, 57 cen
timeters: 1500 meters flat, 4 minutes
Thorpe will compete in some of the
weight events which -will be decided
during the week. Because of the In
dian's remarkable vitality, commission
ers of the Olympic team are depending
upon him to score many more events.
From present Indications it looks as
though the Carlisle man will score as
many if not more points than any f
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6 & 18 L Overland 5x
IN THE ELKS' PARADE
Jim Callahan Has
AEROPLANE RACE .IS OFF.
Chicago. 111., July 12. The Ameri
can grand circuit aeroplane race of
1,880 miles, arranged to circle the
central part of the United States with
CHtcago the start and finish of the
contest, was called off -yesterday by
the Aero Club of America, of New
York. A telegram from the national
club tothe Aero club of Illinois ex
plains that insufficient funds were
The measurements of the Chicago
Americans' pitchers show the average
size tp be greater probably than that
of any other club in the major leagues.
It Is doubtful If any other club
can show a taller assemblage of slab
men than that exhibited by president
Comiskey of the "White Sox in 1912.
Here are "WTiite Sox pitchers and
their measurements, showing them to
be a team of physical giants.
Ed Walsh Height. 6 feet. 1 inch;
weight, 193 pounds: heaviest fungo hit
' ter in baseball and one of the greatest
t speed merchants in the game.
! Jimmy Scott Height, 6 feet, V. inch;
weight, 1S7 pounds.
Joe Benz Height. 6 feet, 1 inche.-.,
weight, 196 pounds. One of the strong
est ball players in 'the major leagues.
Rube Peters Height, 6 feet; weight,
George Mogridge Height, 6 feet, 1
inch; weight, 178 pounds.
Doc White Height, 6 feet; -weight.
Frank Lange Height. 5 feet. 18
inches; weight, 1S5 pounds.
.Kead 'Vhy Dorrn the Hlnf"
in Texas Union, on sale now at Cur
ran's book store and A. E. Ryan's drag
store, 5 cents.
Three Hundred Thousand
Spectators: Grand Lodge
' Portland, Ore.. July 12. Fifteen
thousand members of the order or Klks
participated in the annual parade of
the grand lodge yesterday and 300,000
spectators cheered the marchers. There
were many beautiful, floats in the pro
cession and a large number of expert
drill teams, which evoked enthusiastic
Lodges from every state in the union
and the colonial possessions were rep
resented. There were nuuiy bands, 30 of them
heading Ue various lodges, despite the
action of the national association of
muscians which had forbidden- union
members to play in the parade or par
ticipate in any of the festivities at
tendant on Klks week.
Aberdeen, Wash., had a team of five
magnificent Elks attached to a phaeton
and driven tendem by a beautiful little
miss from the town.
nnr hail a. beautiful float. Gilded
elks' head, sweet peas and ferns formed 4
the background tor a uosen preiuj
girls holding white parasols with iur
nnntt innli. Win Prizes.
Except in the competitive drill for j
which the first prize ot ?owu went i
Denver. Colo., the victors of the con
tests in connection with yesterdays
parade were residents of the Pacific
coast. The prize winners were an
nounced last night.
By holding a session this evening at
which the newly elected officers were
installed, the grand lodge was able to
finish its business yesterday and ad
journ. The lodge appropriated $20,000
for use by the committee on tubercu
losis and decided to take no x.-tion
in the matter of the reconstructing or
relocating of the national Elks' home,
cow at Bedford City, Va.
WOMAN IS GIVEN
A FINE OF $200
Bob Glenn, Arrested at the
Same Time, Forfeits
a $5 Bond.
On Julv 4, Bob Glenn, proprietor of
the Old Kentucky Home saloon on
Broadway, and May Payne were arrest
ed by the police and docketed at the
station on a eharjre of fiirhting. Both
were released on bond. Thursday after
noon the woman was tried on a charce
of vajrrancy and fined $200. Glenn
failed to show up for trial and the $5 1
bond he furnished was declared for
feited. The Payne woman save notice
Charles Henderson, who arrested Glenn
and the woman, testified at the trial
of the woman Thursday afternoon as
follows: "I was on the' street on Julv
4 and some nun told me that there were
two men and a woman in a back in
front of the Eastern Grill fishtinc to
i, tl. lun T hiirriml ilnvm there. I
:ru ess someone must have told them T
was comine. for the men in the hack
told the driver to drive on. I ran
around in front of the hack ami stopped
the horses. The woman stuck her heart
out of the hack and someone struck
her. I don't know who it was. tier
mouth was bleedins. Glenn had a
scratch on his head. I don't know who
the other man was."
It developed that on March 2S, Max
Payne was fined $200 in the police court
on a charce of vaerancr. anil in consid
eration of her leaving town the fine
was suspended. She -promised at the
time not to return.
We are overstocked on guaranteed
roofing paper. Lander Lumber Co.
LICENSES FOR 66
SALOONS ABE ISSUED
Believed Now that Mora
than 100 Will Be.
Issued For City.
Up to date 6fr liouor licenses have 'been
issued br the city assessor. SixtT are
for conducting saloons, and the other
six are divided anions the wholesale
liquor bouses in El Paso. It is esti
mated that more than 40 licenses are
vet to be issued, sivine El Paso over
100 saloons. ,,
Under the recent law the applicant
for a license must first present his ap
plication to the eountv juice who passes
on H. In makinsr his application now
the liquor dealer has to make an affi
davit as to the amount of real and
personal property he owns. He first
pays the state and county license, and
then secures his city license. Business
Thursday at the county clerk's offiee in
this respect was so nisbins that they
ran out of application blanks. Until
more can be obtained no more licenses
will be issued.
CLIFTON CHILD TAKES PASTEUR
TREATMENT FOR POLECAT BITE
Austin, Tex.. July 12. For the pur
pose of takiiur the treatment at the
Pasteur institute. Vida Slaughter, the
2 year-old daughter of A. H. Slaughter.
oV Clifton. Ariz., has reached here and
the little rirl is now takius the cure.
The little srirl was bitten a few davs
aso bv a polecat while the child and its
parents were csmpiwr in the White
mountains of Arizona, when a noleeat
crept to the place where the child was
asleep and bit it. Mr. Slaughter and the
grandmother of the child. Mrs. Eliza
beth Laney, are here with little Vida,
HARD TO HANDLE
Requires, Three Firemen and
Two Policemen to
It took three firemen and two police
men to tret Adolfo Santana out of the
patrol wagon after he had been taken
to the poBee station Thursday mominz.
Adolfo was accompanied by his brother.
Francisco, and both were docketed on a
charge of being drunk and disturbinz
the peace. Officers Finley and York,
who were detailed to arrest the man.
found them engaged in a fight down on
Stevens street, York selected Francisco
and Finlev took Adolfo. Before Finlev
could subdue his man he had to strike
him over the head with his 6-shooter.
Sergeant Garner said that after the men
had been placed in the iail Adolfo spit
in the face of one of the policemen
Thursday afternoon Frandco was fined
$10 and Adolfo $25.
SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE
WOULD AID COLONISTS
Soldiers of fortune, socalied. axe
again being rallied in El Paso to In
vade Mexico. This time the Invasion is
to be for the purpose pf assisting thf
Mormon colonists in Chihuahua and
Sonora to protect their homes and
families from the thieving of the rebel
and federal armies of Mexico.. A num
ber of the residents of the colonies are
well known in El Paso and are mem
bers of the local clubs. It has been
quietly planned to organize a filibus
tering force of 50 or more men to sup
over the line some dark night and go
to the assistance of the Mormons who
are bting harassed by the Mexican
Everything Is Going Along Nicely
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