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4C TTeek-End Editiun, Mar 8-9, 1915 Bill's Fiat Certunly Looks Swell With Its Marsh Chair, Pitchers and Red Sofa Gassy Wanted Twin Bed but Bill Told Her to Wait Until They Get the Twins; BUI and Gussy Move In. BY RING W. LAHDF.ER. (Copyright ISIS, by Ring W. Larduer.) CHICAGO, May 8, Steve. Well Steve wee movved in to the flat that Gassy picked oat and its the liveliest little flat you ever see and i ight dost to garfield pit so as we trill J t it e some place to go cvry night In i ne summer and set a round, with out k osting us nothing. 7 sot in from Pittsburg San. A. M. : in Gussy come down to meet the train -id -Koyldenl eave me go out to the "Id mans house or nowheres ttU Id -n the flat so we got on the L and f- nt out to the flat and I over looked out I dident say whether I -liked i or not and says I would half to mink it over so the nest A. M. I ast Kiesnahan.to excuse me from practice . id I "Kent downtown and seen a atty .it '--TC- and ast him did I half to stand f"r a lese sined by my wife and he says es I uo so I seen be dident know notning a bout the law but I dident Han' to make no fuss so I come home id told Gassy yes we would take the Hat and she says all right yes' we would move- In to it the next day. t ell. Steve, it wasnt no job to move ' i ause all we had was our close and a eouDle of twte and a few dishes and tneit 1 had to lay off of practice again 4 ed A. 3 and go down town witti Gussy and get some furniture because cf corse we couldnt sleep on the floor r eat off of the mantle peace so we went to a store on wabash Stve. where the dont only make you pay $10 down and the rest in weakly paymunts and we got a boat $80 worth all to gather snd to see all of our furture youd think we was runing a. hotel or some thing. Gets m. Mint Chair for the Parlor. we got a marsh chair for the paxler and a writeing dest.and a red plnsn sofa and the parler and a dinning rm. table and 4 chairs for the dinning room onl of corse they aint tide to the din rung room and we can move them In to th parler when we get Co. that wants to set down and a chair for the bed room and Gussy wanted we should get ; chairs Xor the bed room and I says no because I most generally all -ways stand up wile I'm dressing and the only time I set down is when Im putting on mv sox or shose and Id rather set on the bed for that because its softer so whats the use of blowing in an other J.' on an extra chats for. the bed room. o "Tirin Bed" for BHL she sas she wanted It for the other tied room where the guests can sleep when the- come and I says are you going to make them sleep on a. chair j and she says no she was expecting to buv a extra bed to and I says nothing doing and it will be time enough to buy the bed after the guests has came because this here Co. that sold us the furniture makes there deWverys the same day you buy the stuff in the A. M. so she had to go with out her extra bed and then she wanted we should buy twin beds and I says dont be in no hurry but wait till we get the twins. And so we got 1 bed and a chauffeur for our room and a chair and 1 chair for the kichen so as Gussy can set down wile shes pairing pottaos or slic ing unions and so 4th and wont ware her feet all out. A gass stove come a -long with the flat but of corse we will half to payfor the gass we burn in the stove and lights but all as the gaas Co. makes off us for lights won't make them rich because I don't do no reading accept the papers because I found out I dont hit so good if I strane my eyes reading and Gussy can read In the day light and if theys any thing good that she reads she can tell me about it as good in the dark as if we was all lit up like 'a church. Gets a Couple of Pitchers. then we got a couple of pitchers to hang up on the wall and 1 of thems op the dinning room wall and its a pitcher of a dish of banans and apples and orenges and so 4th. all kinds of frute in a dish apd it makes you hungby to look at them and the other pitcher we bought is a oiled painting to hang up in the parler and its called 1 yd. o" roses and wear going to save up the pitchers of the diffrunt ball players that comes a long with the news pa pers and hang them up in the parler and probly mine will come out pretty soon because the fans is voteing on whos pitcher will be gave a way and if the papers on the sqare you will see mine in a Vk. or 2. and besides them I and Gussy had our pitcher tooken in the close we got marred in settng in a hack like we was rideing to the deepo or some wheres. Then we got a couple of orental rugs to a bargain sail the S of them for 1I and the man says it was a bargun and, that the reglar price for some orental rugs is $SW and J4W a peace but I guess he must of ment Dei- dox. Certainly looks Swell. "Well Steve the place cerronly looks swell with the pitchers and furniture and red wall paper and evry thing and I wisht vou could drop in on us Jubt for the day some time and get a. look at it. J2S per mo. Is a pretty stiff price to pay for a flat but not when its got up so pretty and besides when we get it all fixed up may be we can lese it out to some body the times wile Im on the rode and Gussy can vissit her old man. , Itespy. BILL. . What Is Cabaret Is New Puzzle in New York Where Theatrical Men Complain New York. May S. New York has a question on its hands that promises to take rank with the famous "How Old Is Ann?" and to cause as much trouble to the municipal authorities as the fed eral officials were involved in ja few years ago by the attempt to define whiskey. The latest problem is to find a satisfactory answer to the question -What is a cabaret?" The question was railed several days ago by a group of theatrical managers who complained that their business was beino- hurt-by the cabaret shows. Thev said that, whereas they paid licenses o JSW a year apiece and were compelPed to obey fire laws and other ordinances, the restaurant keepers were putting on "shows like theirs and paying only a -dance" fee of 50 a year. Specifically the managers stated that stages, scenic effects and printed programs have, re cently become accessories of the New York cabaret show. The answer to "What is a Cabaret will depend largely upon the answers given to questions such as these: If in dancing a woman elevates her foot above her head and keeps It there, at what point does the performance cease" to be a dance and become a contortion act If a singer is invited to mount a taSle to sing her song and obeys the call, does the performance cease to lw a cabaret show and become a theatrical show because a stage Is used. The res taurateurs have been warned- that they are approaching the limit, and that un less they reduce their "shows" they will be compelled to take oat licenses at J5M apiece. AIUIBST FOLLOWS COLLISION. Fermin Rios was arrested Friday as a result of a collision that occurred bet een his car and a car driven- by Ed White at the corner of Second and Stanton streets Thursday. Rios is al leged to have been driving on the wrong side of the street. Watch For The fie. I rmisfa The Maxwell stock "25" will complete the strenuous 1000-mile utility, run this week. Its performance to date has been remarkable. Follow its progress through the Buquor Motor Car Company. Maxwell Cut-Out Cfiassss which was seen at the New York and -Chicago auto shows, Will Be On Exhibition at our show rooms all of next week. All' of the working parts are exposed in this model, showing the vital construction of the car. A talk on construc tion will be given by A. S. Gilchrist, of the Maxwell factory, at 10 oclock in the morning and at 2 oclock in the afternoon. Don't Miss Seei v AAArVV liquor Motor Car Stanton and Main Streets, El Paso, Texas Insist on Getttnc Made In El raso "PERFECTION" HEX ANC CHICK FEED W. D. WISE SEED CU. KetaJl Store 100North Stanton Orflce and Warehouse. Cor. 2nd and Cblhoahna .Streets. ' HEID BROTHERS COV.. WOOD. KINDLING. HAY, GRATA. FIELD SEEDS AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES. Prompt Delivery 1'hones 35 and 38. CORNER TEXAS AND DALLAS THERE SHOULD BE A VICT P-,0 L A IN EVERY HOME W. G. WALZ C0MPAN5T "Scientific Dry Cleaning" El Paso Laundry Our Wagon Are Everywhere. PhqneM70-471. COTTON ADDITION LOTS j t But But inEI Paw A. P. COLES ? BROS., Agents BAKER SPEEDS Till ELM Leaves Phoenix Early Sat urday Morning on Dash Eastward; Here Tonight. Phoenix. Ariz.. May Erwin G. Baker, who is driving a Stun Bearcat from San Diego to 7.'ew York in an ef fort to lower the transcontinental auto mobile record, reached this city at S:4H Friday afternoon. He left San Diego at midnight and made the run here in exceDttonally fast time. Baker, who was accompanied by an j Indlanrpons newspaper man, leu ntre shortly after 3 oclock this morning and expects to check In at the office of the El Paso Herald about S or S oclock tonight. He reported good roads between Phoenix and the coast and predicts that if the Borderland route, which he, will follow as far as Dodge City, Is as good as represented, he will make the trans continental trip in aboHt 12 das. R. H. Rinehart, president or the El Paso Auto club, will act as check judge for Baker in EI Paso." It is expected that the racer will be met outside the city by local motorists and escorted to The Herald office. Baker promised to w ire. late in the afternoon, the probable hour of his arrival so that the local motorists will have time to ar range a greeting sun bv M HITTING Phoenix Arit Ma f Heav hitting fea tured Friday league gune here. The Old Pueblo onthlt the Solon, but tne latter hit more timely and a rally ia the eighth, which netted three rons, save them the victory. (to T Lark was against the Pueblos strain. Id the fourth Chesty Cox doubled. Felts got to first on Scanlon's error and Cox tried to score but was nailed at the plate. Again in the ninth the visitors threatened. Barton atngled and Gait walked. Both men advanced on a passed nail. StadellTs bunt scored Barton and Gait reached third: 3tro loff grounded oat. Cox walked and. the bases were fall with two out. Hester yanked Tom Toner from the box and sent fa Mc Creery. a ho caused Felts to lift a. lone fir to the outfield and the came was cuer. The box score follows: Phoenix AB. Demsggrto. If S Hester, lb McArdte. i 1 Iowlinc. 2b .... 3 Lynn, v ... JCutt. rf 4 Scanlon. Sb X Brown, cf A Toner, p 4 McCreery. P ; In Boyland School Sports. Javenlle Sports, Bays' Amateur Sports, and A Xenn and Gessip of the 'Future Greats." O BV "BECK." K. H. TO. A. K. t s i e 13 4 Total Stsdeln. It .. ( 8 II 11 AB. R. H. PO. A. StrotofCd. Cox, Tt Pelts, tt Falter, lb Callaa. c McGMhan. 3b Bart.n. 2b . . Gait. 9 11 14 19 3 t 1 3 X 2 is I 4 111 Its Totals .. II 11 2 IX 3 Phoenix M Ml Mx Tucson 31 aufiaao Stolen bmefc Deamssio. To ner. McArdie. Cox. Felts, Barton . sacrifice hits. Hester. Barton. StroloH. two base hits, Heiler. Cox: three base hits. Nutt. Scanlon. Demasc1o: double play, Lrnn to Heer to Lynn, Innings pitched. Toner, S 3-3, Mc Creerr. 1-5. struck, out. by Toner Z. by Gait 1: bases oa balls, oft Toner 3. oft Gslt :. bit batman. McArdle. Scanlon (t) by Gait, wild Ditch. Gait, tnne of came, 2 hours. attendance, 3tv, umpire. Kane. MAXAGEIt JOHN J. McCLOSKEf. of the EI Paso professional baseball team, will likely ar range for the first "boys' day ' at the, ball park for the near future. He Is a strong believer in encouraging base ball among the boys for he believes that it Ja a game which will benefit th-m both physically and morally. A definite date for boys' day when all the young ballplayers of the city will be admitted to the park free of charge will be announced in a few days. Once more we want to aak the boys to be careful to write out the full names of all plaVers 'when reporting a, game. Often the boys send In only a nickname and that is hardly satisfac tory. Managers should make it a point to get the full names of not only their own but opposing players. , The Herald Newsboys hare organized a couple of teams and are holding daily practices while walling-for papers at th rear of The Herald building.- More details of the proposed junior auto races will be found on the auto mobile page of, this issue. Look into this matter. You will find that you can build a real automobile for yer? little money. The Altura Juniors would like to ar range games with teams between 12 and 15 years of age and averaging about .15 pounds. They prefer the Feldman Juniors. Managers wishing to arrange games should telephone Clyde Lee. at S. They can play at Port Bliss or on the grounds of the challeng ing clubs. Following are the players signed up with the Altura Juniors: Lawrence Overton, c: Bob Dean and Clyde Lee, p: Clifton Baber. lb; George Baber, 2b: Elmer Fllllman, 3b: Clyde Lee. ss; Gray Gregory, If; H. Poppy, cf; G. Lee. IT. - The Feldman Seniors defeated the All-Star Seniors at the Vilas grounds, Friday afternoon by a score of 22 to 2. Strahan's homer and doubles by Dwyer :. Seamon, Schuyler, Welsh and Bcis swenger featured. Players used by the All-Star Seniors were: Philip Cordova, c: Tom Mackey. p; li. jiagruuer. ii, r. sisivue, u, ,vu Appell, 3b; Oscar Nelson, ss: Stanley Ehler, If; Dave Goodman, of; Gale Pomeroy. rf. Feldman used the following lineup: Roy Strahan and Ferd. Welsh, c; Mayor Seaman and Pat Dwyer, p; Brice Schuy ler and Roy Strahan. b: Pat Dwyer and Mayo Seaman, ss; Ed Widdls, lb; Carl Beisswenger, cr: owntny Earle, rf; C. Brown and Ferdinand Welsh, ef. 9- St. Mary's Firsts defeated tke real Lone Stars in an exciting game Friday afternoon by a score of 8 to 1 In seven innings. St. Mary's Firsts made a great rally in the sixth and seventh innings, scoring seven runs. The lineup of St. Marys Firsts was: Reuben Momsen, ; Simon Terraxas. p: Robert Carson, lb: Dewy Seers, 2b: John Mulcahy. Jb: Leo Carson, ss: Charles Titus. It: Film Paschal, rf : Joe Kelly and John Long. cf. - For games with St. Mary's Firsts, call up Film Paschal, at telephone 1S2. GOLDEN HOD will make your horss more gay. will make your cow give more and better milk and fatten steers faster than any other feed. Try a sack and be convinced. Walter S. Clayton, Agent. Advertisement. In the Big Leagues - . m bv Vuihn TTlim- paries and Lavendtr gave the Reds a victory over the Cubs. . Rube Benton, the Red pitcher, may oe ont of the game for weeks as a result of a split finger caused by stopping a line The Braes outsisgged the Giants and won. 11 to T. Home runs featured the Federal con test at Baltimore in which the Pittt burga beat the Terrapins. 10 to . Tiptops "hit Packard hard and beat the-Packers. 4 to 1. j Chifeds couldn't solve Moran of the .. .:, -i.a !., ,-wa limine 1ml NewarKs unm m t"v . -CT .then It was too late, Newark winning. Red Sox have finally solved the Yanks and won. 5 to 3. Friday. Hooper's home run in the ninth with one on base gave the Sox the victory. All pitchers looked alike to the Tigers and they beat e Browns, II to 2. Mackmen knocked Bently from the box in the sdoened inning and beat tbe Senators, 4 to 1. Kalian Cream with Nuts 15c PER LB. SATURDAY ONLY Giey, nr?isfY JirSA ATEXUE AXD TEXAS STREET I Specialists For Men! German-American I .Doctors I DR. BR0NS0N & CO. ' Second Floor 9 ;Ofl 1.3 MESA S ALBUQUERQUE WINS rPTTT-" TiU IDT) flAinr! 1 Albuquerque, N. M.. May S. The Dukes made it three straight from the Douglas team at the league 'prk here Friday, the score being 13 to S. Reed sent Waldenschmidt to tbe mound to open the game but he "was found for three hits and yanked to safety and Jardon. the ex-Denver heaver, went to the mound. He had little trouble ex cept in the seventh when the visitors bunched their only two hits off him with an error and a walk, getting two runs. ' Roes started for Albuquerque but failed to last an Inning. Five runs were tallied by Reed's men In the initial stanza. Bennalach went in and did bet ter but he had wreteied support. The new players for the Douglas team have not yet arrived and manager Quigley is fairly "burning up the wires" ia an effort to locate them. The score by innings follows: R.H.E. Douglas W 2 3 5 5 Albuquerque . ...518 23161113 16 2 Batteries: Douglas. Ross. Bennalach and Kraft: Albuquerque, Walden schmidt. Jardon and RaedelL I WILL BUY GOOD H H A. 3. FILLA, :o. 1!C San Antonio St. H mnBntBnBBaaiBnnKninSBH MASSCOS TO PLAY KRAKAJACKS SUNDAY Sundav morning at 10 oclock, ut the new league park, the Masscos and th Krakajacks will meet in t:ie first game of a new commercial series. No admis sion will be charged and the teams promise some good baseball. The line ups will be: Masscos Condon, p.: Jones, c.; Olbert. lb., Savage, 2b: Schutz. 1 b.: Adkms, ss.: Morrow, HIIIIs and Ratterman. out field, E. Morrow and freeman, subs. Krakajacks Dill, c . Flanagan, p.; Pape. lb.. Knickmeyer. 2b.. Cputhard. 2b.: Smith. s.. Stevesson, Belvoir and Crooks, outfield; Lumsden and Single tor v. subs. The next game of the series will be plaed a week from Sunday betweei the Masscos and the First National BanV while a third game has been ar ranged for May 24 between the Knights of Columbus and the Masscos. GRAND RAPIDS WILL SEE $9000 MATRON STAKES RACE Grand Rapids. Miclu. May S. The Matron stakes, valued at feM. Will be raced at the grand circuit meet In this nt next Ausnist. Secretary Homer Kline, of the grand circuit, today nott- fied the local driving cluo tnat its oia for the eent bad been accepted. The Matron is a double race, the money belne divided J6000 for three lear old trotters and fMa for three j ear old pacers. A dollar saved by buying goods pro duced elsewhere is a dollar thrown at our neighbor's birds. ASK FOR GLOBE MILLS Peeriess Hen and Chick Food ila.de from tbe formula used success fully for years ' by the Peerless Poultry Supply Co, of Los Angeles one of the laygest poultry supply houses in the weft. An elegant egg producer, and. lest you forget, MADE' IN EL PASO GLOBE MILLS Support the i ltne And Expect Increased Far es THE OAKLAND, California, in- expect a zone .system of fares for the vestigation committee appointed to jftne. Three miles s the outside limit of investigate the nickel automobile a pront at pxesenl rates." committee composed of hard headed' The report takes the jitne figures, from business men named by the Uakland ,, .. . . , . . Chamber of Commerce and Commer4al a J,lne c! nd makes its average from club-has decided that the outcomwill f compilations totaled. The jitne as l -.L . l. u .i;r, round to travel 5l miles per aay, with be, if the iitne buses remain, the crippling rK , -i V- r ,i , . j u. u an income ot 5.5 cents per mile. Con or the street car service and the estap- . , .- , . . , i-1 . .. 1 l sidenng depreciation or-auto, cost or. lishment or zone tares sucti as the - j -2 j H j 11. im . , operation and $5 per day tor the driver, nickel automobiles now exact. .A . c j T .. i In other words, if the "iitne" buses thef rePort .ds that opmUon costs 7 win, it will cost you fifteen or twenty cents per mile and concludes that the jitae t u t -jJ, tr Di: owner is eating his machine since he cents m a short time to ride to rort bliss ,, ? , . . , . r v UMi Vn T3 .1, , cannot allow tor depreciation and js or Government Hill or Aitura rark or ,, ,. . ,. .. , . ,i jjv itri p Tt really living on his original investment, any or the additions nearIll raso. Ihe J, s , ,. , -. , street car company haifls you for five , Thus the pubic has no promise that cents to any of these plces, but this.com- lhe nickel automobile service is to be per- m;naa nf kc;r, mr( nic or fW majient, but by patronizing it and encour- street car company cnnot afford to cn- n lt?vh6 t la.sts Ae Publc is HUI;" tinue this practice ifthe nickel autos con- m legitimate investments "in traction icuiiuci aim are impairing ine oener service that might be expected from the traction companies, for the report con tinues: f "The jitne's effect on bonds of utility companies is rated as tremendous. A val uation of $107,422,000 in the state is said 16 have depreciated 8.25 percent in tinue to grab the short haul" business. It shows tha the nickel automobiles, tak ing the crearrko4he business the short hauls will drive the street car companies out of business unless the zone system is established for the payment of fares. "The jitne," says the report, "serves a citv within a radius of three miles from the center of town. In doing this, it com- tour months since Uecember, or $0,007 ,- petes with the profitable part of a street 000." The report points to the effect on railway system. With lessened profits; banks by this shrinkage, and also the the car company cannot maintain the un- effect on the incomes of city and state, profitable service in outside districts, and 'which exact proportions of the earnings thus cannot develop those districts." The of street railroad companies, report then, taking the stand that the jitne Analyzing the jitne's effect on streets, cannot operate more than three miles for the report quotes statistics from the city 5 cents, concludes: of London, where deterioration increased "If the public supports the jitne and- more than 100 percent after motor buses puts the street cars out of business, it must began operation.