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El Paso to Phoenix Auto Race; Starting and Arriving Times
Leawfag Car Xttbe. No. S:4 6:8- &tm 6iU ex e-.m 6:4 6:5 7: 7:JT 7:J 7c3 7: 7:68 8:W ar 8:40 86 fcM 1 iS -4 S s 7T f. 9. 1 11 It U IE 1 R 17 18" 19 20 Ovraer. ouvw aw C K. Baeett Steeteerd and A. B. Scimeter T. W. Srfth M. L Kaquta X 3S. MoKnigfct D. B. GllHes IF. J. Hand R0k. Dapeder Cbjw 6. Miller J?. C Broaa .R. .Pirtie X jt. Grant "Switzer & Teel C D. Evans J. S. 7a3c Afee .Agail&r C P. Henry 21 . -F. -OSoastadt Co. 31 H. W. Reno Dropmed en -tt. Driver sad Mechantehin. Oliver Creech Rowland Norria J. R. Johnson X B. BIMb John Hatchings Oari Marker Guy "Williams J. JCVanHarliBgen Ix "W. Hearne St L. Naqula Tom Brewer v M. L. Miller .AM en Lewentbal X J. Newkirk Bay Barrel 3ly Adelph Sen .Rogers 4de StetfeUs Terry Ward Chas. G. Miller Xoais Asuirre R. H. 3Iark Geo. W. Parrar Chas. Coroett P. S. Durack Pete Tgiomason B. F. Johnson Chas. Swltzer O. A. Bennett C D. Evans C G. Bates J. H. Jack Chas."W. Galpine Abe Agullar Win. Scherper RoyHagerman C. P. Henry 'A: C. Fallls I B. Hart H. N. Reno Gus F. Larlson Name Town, of Car. Bolck 40 Phoenix. Statz El Paso... Balck El Paso... Chalmers 30 El Paso... Bulck 17 Tucson.... Velio Globe Bnlck 1$ Douglas . . . Simplex Chihuahua Mexico.... Chalmers 40E1 Paso..... Mercer El Paso.r..; Mitchell Tucson...... Brena , Tucson . . . . Cadillao BouElas.... Thomas . Phoenix....; Elyer Bnick 10 El Paso.., Ford Phoenix. .-. Reo V Btshee...: Hnpraoblle El Paso... Cadillac El Paco... Studebaker Tuceon.... ChadwickS Douglas. ;v Arrived Iteming: 9:41:12 - 8:59:1334 V 8:49:52 S:1S:35$& 11:27:41 9:13:36 9!46:04 9:55:51 9:42:07 9:59:21 10:43:28 10133:38 10:34:43 11:11:52 11:38:07 11:51:34 .3 .11:45:29 U.47:49 12:00:15 3:34 Arrived Lordsburg. 12:34 16148 10:85 10:58 1:12 11:04 11:45 11:41 ' 11S42 12:5 G ! 12:31 '12122 1:59 2521 s:oo 2:45 Arrived Dobglas. 4:33:58 2:&6fS0 1:45 Arrived Blsbec 5:05:48 2:40 2:19:30 Left Bisbee. 6:05 , 5:40 S3a it- Arrived Arrived ' Tombstone. Tucson 7:23:30 11:09:16 6:55:11 - 10:10:20 , 63,6119 - out at r & wrecked near Rodeo, N. M. -" - ' 1 4:216 4:55:22 6t60j ' - 1055:10 2:01 2:32:55 5:35 5:51 withdrawn at Douglas. 3:12:33 3:6:39 ' 5:45 wrecked east of Lordsburg. 5:27:40 4:21:38 5:55 4:45:31 5:31203 6:10 4:59:26 5:39:3f 6:15 1:34:02 4:08:44 5:50 5:41:10 6:30:37 6:20 9:12 6:49:29 7:20:45 7:36!21 '7:23:45 6:55125 8:36:30 Tucson. not reported at Tucson 12:30:48 Arrived Phonix. 4:52 3:29 wreckd neai Florence. Elapsed time. 22:12 1S:39 66 4t50 out after leaving Demlng?- ' 6:30:37 8:05:38. ',6:30r' -8:59fl5 --' v v f v out after leaving lordsburg. " ' 6:41:48 7:30:09 6:25 8:47:35 6:35 9:47:11 reported outatTucsoX " 10:59:27 10:36:40 10:46:36 f 12:45:06 1:11:31 l:5A 23:05 ''10:17 . -'17:10 4:33 3:32 20:24 19:26" arriVd after 8: no official - time. wr"ck'd after leaving Tucson. arrived after 8; no official time. TRAIN PLUNGES INTO LANDSLIDE Oroville. Calif.. Nov. 6. Tram No. 1, on the Western Pacific, known as the Panama-Pacific Express, plunged into a landslide which covered the tracks with tons of earth and rock and was wrecked 23 miles north of here. Engineer John McGraw was probably fatally injured and fireman R- A. Jones jfas seriously hurt. Ntfne of the pas sengers were injured. The locomotive plunged into the Feather river. The baggage car was smashed" and six coaches were de railed. LongWell's Transfer makes the quick est -baggage delivery in El Paso. Advertisement. Vhoopingcqu&h mm 7;50:55 8:17:55 11:55:26 11:21:04 4:19 breakdown neat Florence. 21:03 Ii ENIYS SENT HUE HUNTS (Continued, tm m sase one) ARIZONA WILL I en ii soaos (Continued from page one.) shed light on the 1 ast communication wfceh eonseyed. ta in. Haerta the de sire of the United S tates that he elim inate himself tram the situation. The feeling in the national capital is none the less one f intense interest, especially as to w at ceuree wilt be pursued If Gen. Haet ta declines to ab dicate. President "W ilson has told his friends he would mtinue to try to solve the sitaAtien I y peaceful means and wuld not be d3t itnrbed by predic tions of armed, inter ventitm. So EnverB o Inssrsents. Officials of the government declare no envoys are betas sent to the "Con stitutionalists." It is understood, on the other hand, that the "Constitution alists" have found unofficial raeans here of C0inmiea Ing their views to Washington officials i whenever they have had anytniag' e place before the government. checkers station, had to hike over half a mile to reach a telephone. Praise for R. H. IUnehart. At a smoker in the Arizona club last night. George Purdy Bullard, chairman of Automobile Racing committee for the fair thanked Robert H. Rineharc, El Paso's chairman for his hard and successful work in promoting the race. The drivers on arrival also all thanked Mr. Rinehart for his efforts in pulling off the race successfully for them. Boost Borderland Ronte. "Los Angeles is working for all roads leading into California and we want you to understand that we are not tied up to any particular route but are do ing just as much for the borderland as for any other. Los Angeles, San Diego and Imperial county saved the Yuma bridge for tjie borderland by raising the 525,000 that it was neces sary for California to pledge to built it." This was the declaration of Carl Mc- Stay, special representative of the Southern California Automobile club to the El Pasoans present today at the meeting of the Arizona State Highway association. The borderland route con vention was postponed until this evening-a sa result of the meeting of the Arizona association this morning. State to Aid Work. Lamar Cobb, state engineer, declared that the state of Arizona was willing to help keep up the borderland route the year round and read a letter from governor Hunt to the county supervis ors of every county offering to put a state truck and crew of ten men on the road for work the year round, the state to pay for work done on sections designated as the state highway and the couties to pay for the rest. Mr. Cobb estimated that it would cost the different counties an average of SIS a mile per year to keep the road in first class shape. Representatives of the various coun ties present at the meeting declared that their counties would take up the proposition at once. This is one of the good results already coming from the El Paso to Phoenix race. The road is to be kept In good shape so that tour ists attracted by the advertising given it by the race will find the traveling all they had expected. Of fleers Elected. The Arizona State Highway associa tion elected president T. G. Norris, of Prescott, to serve another year; it also reelected Malcolm Frazer, of Prescott, as secretary; Dwight B. Heard, of Phoenix, was elected vice president. Among the executive committee men elected were J. J. Bowen. of Bisbee, for Cochise county; Phil. Herald, of No gales, for Santa Cruz county; E. W. Clayton, of Safford, for Graham coun txi.Sam Abrams, of Clifton, for Green lee county; Pat Rose, of Globe, for Gila county; Hiram Corbett, of Tucson, for Pima county. C. B. Stevens, president of the El Paso Automobile club, J. W. Stockard, representing the chamber of commerce, Fred Woodworth and myself from the El Paso Automobile club, will attend the borderland convention. Badges For tel Pasoans. President a B. Stevens, of the El Paso Automobile club, had badges made for all the El Pasoans yellow ribbons with black lettering bearing the words "El Paso Automobile club." Besides those wh.o came on the train, a number of other El Pasoans are here and the El Paso colony at the fair is quite a sizeable one." H J. Simmons and Dr. C P. Brown are here in Mr. Simmbns's private car. Clyde F. Holmes and wife-ard T. J. Stafford and wife, arrived Wednesday aftetnoon ia Mr. Holme,s's Hupmobile. having made the trip in less than four days. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lippman and wife, of 815 Mundy avenue, wore also here ahead of the El Pasoans who came on the train. Others here include Carl A. Beers, Chas. Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woodworth. Mr. and Mrs. Woodworth started over in their Reo runabout, but abandoned it at Douglas and came on by train. J. H Coons and wife, former El Pasoans, have been circulating with the El Paso crowd also. Mr. Coons has just had New Mexico added to his ter ritory by the Mutual Life company be sides Arizona and will soon move his family and his headquarters to Albu querque. - Wallpaper sale 50 percent off. New designs. Telton Paint Co. 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