L PASO HERAXD
WELSH'S LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE
White, Ritchie or Mandot Would Defeat the Champion in
a 20 Sound Decision Affair, Is Belief, the Chief Diffi-
ulty Being in Getting Welsh to Assent to a Fight
for Title; Welsh Is Wilting Under Criticism.
NEW TORK, May 10. Prepare for his jab Is robbed of its sting it ivoald
the shock, mates' Freddie Welsh ! ?' J surprising to see even mediocro
ha, about reached the tether of & tSio ""'"
t-'s . hamplonship meandering, and if Welsh shattered his rlRht hand on
he can onlv be induced to fifth t to a I the ivorv crusted cunoln. of "Red" Wat.
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It's First Play of Its Kind
in Southwest This Sea
son; 2 Games Played.
STANDINGS Or THE CIXBS.
Rio Grande Association.
referee's decision any one of the three
J.uis we nae in mind, we will guran
tee jou. dear customer, a new world's
llRhru eight champion a champion
ith fighting1 prodiwities.
Our candidates for next lightweight
champion are Charley White, a resident
uf Chicago. Willie Ritchie, whose
habitat, when he is not uplifting the
1 immer. is San Francisco, and Joe
Jiandot, the Xew Orleans baker boy.
Each of this formidable trio has had
one or more flings at the Snglisiunan,
and In the aggregate 80 rounds Welsh
lias fooKht anunst these three, at no
one time did Freddie land a stunning
Mow. a punch that dased his opponent
ftelsh out-tapped Ritchie in twq
0 round spats, and was severely
trounced by the former champion in
ten rounds. White twice lias outboxed
Welsh in ten round bouts, and Mandot
iut up a hard ten round tilt against
the Briton just a year ago.
Assuredly time does not improve the
effectiveness of a boxer at the age of
23. which milestone in life Welsh turned
two months ago. White and Hitch. e
j EI Paso ...
A triple play featured Sunday's eamea in ItJSl '
the Commercial league at Washington park, nooalas "
.. at, iin uuocv ,iai uu awuc will ,u IB.
Petdman-Sheltoa-PayDe game in tbe fourth )
ionise;. Gallagher lined a hard one at Chaf
faro. who made a pretty catch, caaght Crabb
off third and relaxed to Sanches before Ma- ,
son could get back to second.
Crabb's catch of Franco's line drive n
the sixth losing was another feature. Walk
er's long drive that would have been a home
run had the game not ended when he reached
third.. gave the victory -to the Feldraans.
k , ret.
No games scheduled Monday.
son. a coast ligbtweigntt and Frederick
is sin l out ot commission. It will be two
weeks more before he will be seen in
If only White, Ritchie or Mandot
could tease the champion Into such a
match aa mentioned in the earlier para
graph! Each of these three has proved
his worth in the ring, and all have
earned the right to engage Welsh in a
battle with the title at stake.
Welsh Is Wilting.
Welsh is beginning to wilt under the
steady Are of criticism directed at him
for his refusal to put his title in the
balance, and if some lightweight does
not knock Welsh away from his throne
soon, there is every indication that
there will be another class without a
Welsh Is showing a marked aversion
for steady training, and in recent fights
has shown a tendency to let fat ac
cumulate in the region of the abtnnAn
This is tbe first sign of a ring laggard. !
.. ;. una c;ucu mo stage wuere
even light training is an arduous task;
and IT he is not careful he will out
grow the lightweight division oefore
' Philadelphia IS
', Pittsburg 1
t St I.nalt is
to 7. The Feldmans were tvn hehfnd but ! itHukin s
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up to the plate. The box score follows?
Saelton-Payne. AB. R. H. FO. A. B.
Cnaffaro. 3 b.
Franco, p. . .
care, sc. .....
Carpto, rf. ....
Gomez, lb. ...
Uease. It ....
Tatnm. cf. . . .
Brana. p. ....
ajongsntre. c .
Walker. If. ...
Crabfa. rf. ....
Mason. 3b. ...
Saterls. 2b. ...
New Terk 6
..It 7 11
AB. R. H.
.. S 2
.. 3 S 1
Team W. X
Detroit .....If 7
New York II s
Chicago ..14 9
Boston .. S 8.
Cleveland 1 12
Philadelphia 7 13
St. Louis 6 17
have Just passed 34. while Mandot , he can realize the situation.
turned attain that age in August of
this year. So it cat readily be seen that
they have many years of efficient ring
First l"p Should Win.
It is now up to the managers of the
aforementioned three, to start negotia
tions for a decisive match with Freddie
Welsh a 20 round brush with a ref
eree's verdict attached. It is our belief
that the first one to inveigle Welsh
into such an arrangement will ascend
to the lightweight throne; so it be
hooves the sponsors of White, Ritchie
and Mandot to force the issue, and let
Welsh alone decide the lucky adversary
Welsh, we reiterate. Is done as a
fighter He has seen his best days In
the ring, and the sole reason he has
clung to his title so long it is ten
months since he relieved Ritchie of the
diadem Is because of the no decision
contests prevailing in this country.
True, decision bouts are permitted in
several communities, but Welsh has en
gaged in only two of these affairs
since becoming heir to the lightweight
-ovm . and he was wary to choose a
mark" each time.
Has Fractured Hand.
Another thing which has tended to
dimmish Welsh's ring power is the
fat that he must henceforth favor a
fractured hand. Welsh was never
known as a hand hitter, but now that
The lightweight chammon n tbo
first intimation of this state of affairs
when he declared that he was willing
to fight Packy McFarland. if latrlck
would consent to do the. welterweight
poundage. If Welsh were sure he could
make 135 pounds ringside, he would
insist on that limit But the fact that
he is ready to fight in the next division
indicates that Welsh would have diffi
culty, in coming down to the accepted
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Monday begins the final week of
practice of the local athletes for the
southwestern' track and field meet.
Some of the boys have been making
cmpuunaiiy Booa marics in the field
3 2 2
1 3 X
2 2 1
21 1 7
Totals 27 S
Score by Innings:
Shelton-Payne 1 103 2 7
Feldmans , ..MS 44) 3 t
Summary Tiro base Mrs. Csrpto. Franca,
Tatum. Three base hit. .Walker. Stole
bases. Cbaffars, Gomes. 3; Cars, Si Kuans,
Tatum. Longmire, Walker. Mason, 1; Btatan,
Sacrifice hit. Rlx. Stack out. tar Sk-sma, 7;
by Franco. X first base on baits, ct Braasa.
3; off France, 2 Batters hit. by Brana. 1;
by Franco. I. Left on bases, 8heKon-Pajae.
9: Fledmana. . Triple play. .Chaffaro to
Chaftaro to Sanchez. Wild pitches. Franco,
3. Passed bans, Lengmrre, 2. Time of game,
1:1S. Umpire. Rogers.
rurltys Win Another.
The Purlers kept up their winning streak
by beating the Brerybodv-s In tbe second
game. S to 4.' IJke the first game. It was
full of snappy plays and it was a last In
ning rally that gave victory to the bakers.
Four hHs gave them three runs la the sev
enth. Two sensaUeaal catches by Cunningham
and Ferry's catch of Breaaan's lone fir to I Ism Angeles
right were f leMing features. Hosier proved Mian Francisco
1 Federal League.
Team W. I ret.
Pittsburg It t .635
Newark 13 9 .591
Brooklyn It 1 5 IS
Chicago ..13 11 .322
Kansas City 1 11 .476
St Louts'. 1 II .410
Baltimore 1 14 .417
Buffalo 3 14 .361
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.SS , .71.
.833 x .759
Denver "21 10 1M ill I
Batteries Topeka, Dashner. Grover
and Monroe; Denver, Mitchell, Arellane,
Gaskeii and Spahr.
At St- Joseph K. 1L K.
Sinnx City 1M 00S I 7 4
St Joseph 000 Wl 31' 5 9 1
Batteries Sioux City, Gaspar and
Phelps; St- Joseph, Lakaff. Vance and
At Lincoln R.1LB.
Lincoln Ill 11 ! 6 15 1
Wichita, 101 Ml 01J i 2
Batteries Lincoln. Ehman and Mc
Allister: Wichita. Slacle and Griffith.
I At Dos Moines R. H. B.
I Des Moines tf It 7 11 Z
Omaha 03 OM 3 S 3
Batteries Des Moines, Mogrfdge and
D. Breen; Omaha, Krerdon, Cloaman
At -Denver IB: Wichita 12.
At Sioux City : Omaha 2.
At LlncolH 11: Totteka 4.
At St. Joseph 4;
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
At Salt Lake: . R-
Salt Lake --.. 8
At Los Angeles: R.
Los Angeles 8-2
At San Francisco: Both game
At Oakland 9: Salt Lake IS.
At Los Angeles t: Venice 4.
At San Francisco S: Portland 4.
THIS Herald Carriers are feeling very
chesty, having won two games on
Saturday morning. They tackled
the Las Cruces Juniors la one contest
and won by a score of IS to 1, and then
went after the. Fort BUss Juniors,
whom they defeated by a score of. 26
The score by inaings of the game
with Las Cruces was:
Herald Carriers Ml 341 Ms-IS
Las Cruces Juniors. SM 1M ISO 7
Batteries: Carriers, Smith and Brown;
Las Cruces, Ellis nd Brown.
The score of the Fort Bliss-Carriers
Herald Carriers SS7 911 25
Fort Bliss Juniors. 11 Sl 8 5
Batteries: Carriers. Oliver and Brown;
Fort Bliss, Reaney and Floto.
The Fort Bliss Juniors got some sat
isfaction -on Sunday, however, when
they went against the EI Paso Giants
and won by u. score of IS to S In a game
that was marked by heavy hitting on
the part of the soldier lads.
The second team of the Alamo Tigers
defeated tho Alhambras on Sundaj
morning by a! score of 18 to 9. Tne Ti
gers grabbed a. lead In the first inning
and ware never beaded.
Alamo Tigers first team played aci
defeated the Ideals on Sunday after
noon at tbe foundry grounds by a score
of 4 to, 2. The game was one of the best
amateur contests af the season.
Tho Kentucky Tigers played the
Texas Tigers on Saturday and won bv
a score of 4S to 7. The game was
played on the Mesa, grounds. Johnn.
Grimes pitched for the winning team
and Isacfere Hoffman officiated behind
the bat- Hoffman, Grimes, Carl Haydea
and Philio Gibson starred for the win
ners, for the Texas Tigers. John Bel
don pitched and Harold Beldon was be
hind the bat, Carl Hayden made a home
Des Moines .
At Columbus 1;. Cleveland 9.
At Milwaukee 4: Kansas City 5.
At Minneapolis 7; St- Paul .
At. Indianapolis S; Louisville 7.
At Louisville 5; Indianapolis G.
At St Paul 4: Minneapolis 1.
At Kansas Cltv 2: Milwaukee 2.
At Cleveland 11: Columbus 13.
At New Orleans 1; Little Rock
At Mobile S; Nashville 5.
At Memphis 8: Birmingham 3.
At Chattanooga 8: AtMnta S.
At Nashville X: Mobile 5
At Memphis 8: Birmingham 9. '
At Little Rock 3; New Orleans 9.
fast on the paths aad stole f
Tne box score follows:
Everybody's. At t v
Orb Walker promises to hamr ! JC?.' .: ?
up a new mark in the polevault; Lawrence i . ,
lodging by his performances of the JSwklr 2b. I I I
last week. His best mark was ten feet SunteTct ...V."" " '. 33
four, bettering the southwestern f eder- I Bunson. lb 3
ation mark by a. foot Unless Roswell I Perry, rf. v 3
has an exceptionally good entry in this"' iojie. sa 3
crsmr It eliAtilii (i.k. -rt a. i . T- - ,.
event it should net Orb a first place,
as the A. & M. boys have not equalled
Guyler is workinir well In the. two
weight and jumping events and will be
neara rrom in all rour without a doubt
Harris, Schumaker and Pickens will
also keep Guyler company in the
Hard, consistent training. nmRitwa
to help Ben Romero bring home tho
oacon in tne nair and mile. Romero
nas worked faithfully for a long
period In these events and it will take
a good man to beat him in either
event sag sbe and Frank Scotten
promise to make good running mates
for Romero in these events.
In the short distance events Race,
Walker, Worthlngton, Livingston are
showing good form. Although work
ing in the pole vaule, high Jump and
broad. Race will be heard from in the
short distances and the hurdles, as
there is no limit to his endurance.
The high jump will be Bill's big event
Lee Nichols, the Hexathlon Indoor
champ, is making a good bid for out
door honors especially in the' pole
vault He also looks good in the runs.
ELKS BEAT KNIGHTS.
The Elks' ball team got revenge-on
the Knights of Columbus at Washing
ton park on Sunday morning when the
"best people" won by a score of 28 to
18 in a contest that was marked by
free hitting. '
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Totals ....- 2 5 3 si i s
Score by raalaas: -
i Bverybody's Mil
""r 1M 1 t 8
SunuBSry-JThree base lata. Lawrence.
Aytswerth. Stolen bases. Hunter. 4; Darnell.
2. Struck out by Braanan, 1; hy Paris, f.
First base oa balls, off Breanan. 1: off
Paris, 1. Batters hit by Bresuwa. 1: by
Paris. 2. Left on bases, Bverybody's 7: Pu
rity. 4. Passed ball. Lawrence, L Time of
game. 1:3. Umpire. Rogers.
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. EL PASO, TEXAS
Score Tar ianlan:
Phoenix u ie Hi- 3
iTtesou sm i i
Summary: Stolen bases. Demaggio. 34c
Ardle; sacrifice hits. Brown, Stroloff: two
base hits. Felts: bases oa balls, off atc
Creery 1: struck out by XcCreery 1. by
Horstman 8, left on base. Phoenix C. Tucson
. first base on errors. Phoenix 3. Tucson 1
time of game, 1 48; attendance 8; um
DOUGLAS HAS WON
ONLY ONE GAME
Albuquerque, N, JC. May 10 Doug
las won but one game of the first series
of leafroe ball In this city. Re-d's all
stars having won the -Saturday game
and the first half of the Sunday donbl
Irion easily outDitched Una nn Sat.
urday. The stars got 1 hits off the
Douglas plteber and. were further aided
by four errors. The score by innings:
Douglas SU 910 00 g S -4
-AlDUquerque 114 S2 ltx 17
Batteries: Douglas. Ross and Fan
ning; Albuquerque. Irion and Raedel
The Sunday games were much better
exhibitions of baseball than had. been
seen any time daring the series. Both
McConnell and Trekeli were hit hard
In the first game but the fielding was
clean and Albuquerque had no material
advantage at any time. The score was
Albuquerque, G; Douglas, 4.
McConnell came right back again in
the second game and enjoys the honor
of being the first pitcher In the Rio
Grande leageu to work both ends of a
doubleheader After the first Inntng he
had the local sluggers safe, while the
visitors got to Carl Zamlock in the
third and drove him from tho mound,
scoring seven runs. Jardon went in and
checked the slaughter but the damage
ae uwuc ux: scores:
Score First srame ous
Douglas 000 110 010 14 1
Amuquerque -oe 210 10x 13 0
Batteries: Douglas. McConnell and
Ivraft; Albuquerque. Trekeli and Rao
delL Second game. R. H. K.
Douglas 7 00 4 1
Albuquerque 401 S 10 3
Called at end of fifth.
Batteries: Douglas, McConnell and
Kraft: Albuquerque. Zamlock, Jardon
radliu Coast Leatae.
Team Won Lost
Indianapolis 18 8
Milwaukee 14 8
St. Paul .'. 11 1
Kansas CSty 8 1
Cleveland 9 13
Minneapolis 1 11
Columbus 7 18
Team TVsm Last
j Birmingham ..............1? 8
J.N(Maaa Is 9
neaaviiae ....l is
Chattanooga 11 It
Memphis 11 14
Atlanta 1 14
Little Bock ... T 11
NEW GIANT TEAM
(Continued Prom Previous Page.)
At St. Louis R.H.B.
Chicago 0M 123 S S 1
St. Louis o 1 00 1 i 3
Batteries Chicago, Rttsaell and Daly,
Schalk; St. Louis, Loudermilk. James,
Baumgardner, Hoch and Agnew.
At Detroit R.H.E.
Washington 0M M OOO 0 1
Detroit 0M 010 M 1 S 1
Batteries Washington, Johnson and
Ainsmitb. Detroit, -sutrac and Baker.
At Cleveland R. It B.
Philadlephia 0M M0 000 0 S 1
Cleveland Ml Ml H'-i 7 2
Batteries Philadelphia. -Bush. Bres
sler and Schang. Cleveland. Morton and
At Cleveland S: Chicago 10.
At Philadelphia 5; Washington 3.
At New York 10: Boston, 3.
At St. Louis 6: Detroit 4.
Aa vnt. Mm.ini. hAnA ,. T-atrmr attav
on good outfielders and needs Snod
Pct. . grace right away, hitting or httle3a And
.887 ' Snodgrasa, by the way. Is said to be'an-
other of the three year contract gents.
. Ua.ui.nl li ,f m i a nAnnla. ha.A
nrlaAn W.k nltl. ttaaf ntl ,,n .M, lift
game, but sllptx I back to the common
herd when Brooklyn walloped him in
his next start. Tltooe who shouted his
praises loudest after his no hit achieve
ment shifted sentiment quickly when
he was batted around the lot on bis
second start. Those who said the no
hit game showed Robe was back
among tbe people this year changed
their views and calledvhls accomplish
ment a fluke after he lost in his sec
ond time out.
Some others of McOraWs crew are
being panned. Most of those are the
Her players. The cry in New York is
for new faces and real ball players as
owners of those faces. The fact that
MeGraw combed tho bashes last sum
mer and failed to find a real star among
more than 3 kids doesn't satisfy tbe
howls. They want MeGraw to pat a
new team in the field. They don't care
wlere he gets it, or how he gets it.
They want it. And they insist they
won't be denied.
But they will be denied at least
until the 118 season has slipped along
Ei-win 6. Baker, who is racing from
San Diego to New York in an auto
mobile, in an effort to break the trans
continental record, was in 1 Faso for
a few hoars on Sunday morning but
arrived so late that the greeting
planned by local motorists had to be
called off. Baker is accompanied by
W. F. Sturm, of the Indianapolis News,
and The Herald received the foltowlivr
wire from him on Saturday evening,
dated from Lordsburg, N'. If.
"Arrived Lorasburg at 8:18, 348 miles
for the day. Arrive El Faso between
10 and H."
Local motorists were notified and R.
H. Rlnehart, president of the auto dub,
arranged a party to greet the racer.
After waiting from 9:30 p. m. antll mid
night, they decided that Baker had
been lost en route and caHed off tho
reception. It was Just 2 o'clock on
Sunday morning when the dustladen
car made its appearance la the little
Baker and Sturm put tip at a local
betel and had five hours of much need
ed rest. They palled' oat again on
Sunday morning at 7 o'clock.
JOE TINKER IS HURT; MAY
BE OUT OF GAME FOR LIFE
Chicago, ltt. May . Joe Tinker,
manager of the Chicago team of the
Federal league, has sustained a rapture
In his right aide and wilt bo oat of the
game as a player for a month, if not
for life, according to a dispatch to the
Chicago Daily News fcpm Newark. N.
J frAm a ataff eorreaooiidenL. Tee
I injury was sustained Friday.
j $3.00 reward for any Imparities found
ix nnr Tmmrar Trhrt TS.tav E Pfcurtrnv
At Chicago R. H. K.
St. Louis M0 1M 0M 1 4 Z
Chicago 0M 020 M 2 4
Batteries St. Louis. Sallee and Sny
der: Chicago, Vaughn and Bresnahan.
Four duck pin leagues nave been
organized at the Cactus dab and the
season will open this week. Clark,
Carrnthers. Grins; and Hansen will cap
tain four teams In the cement league.
They will roil taeir first games on
For the Bankers league, four teams
have been entered, representing the
First National, the Commercial, the
State and the Rio Grande banks.
me "Dig" league will consist of tbe
At Cincinnati R H R. ' r,,ZCT .... X,T, 'V".S'S': J?1 ""?
J-lttsburg 010 OM 220 8 18 . Cnll-h-r. Thev will mil ug-.
Tne smelter trundlers will have the
Aavr vit inursuay nignt, wim teams
Cincinnati 2M 1M M0 3 S
Batteries Pittsburg, Harmon and
Schang. Cincinnati, Douglass, Lear and
At Boston 4: New York 3.
At Pittsburg 3; St. Louis 2.
At Brooklyn 3: Philadelphia 2.
At Chicago-Cincinnati, postponed,
At Newark: R.H.E.
Chicago 101 Ml 0M I 7 2
Newark 2M 0M 011 111 4
Batteries: Chicago, Hendrix and
Wilson: Newark, Falkenburg and Rari
den. No others scheduled.
At Buffalo fi-4: St. Louis 6-2.
At Brooklyn 5: Kansas City S.
At Newark 2: Chicago 0.
At Baltimore 2: Pittsburg 4.
captained by Fenner,
ton and Hammell.
COIt.VKLL 1TEFHATS HARVARD.
Cambridge. Mass.. May 8. Cornell de
feated Harvard in tbe annual track
games today by a score of SO 1-3 to
47 2-1. Six new records were established.
In the Big Leagues
Morton of the Indians scored his
Amu maiKvuiive victory ay
tbe Mackmen. Sundav. X to a
Gene Dubuc outpitched Walter John
son and let the Senators, down with
one hit. tbe Tigers winning 1 to .
The White Sox got going In the last
three Innincrs at St. Lash a-ii ,
-the Browns, Sito 1.
Bunching hits off Douglas in the
fifth inning, the Pirates beat tho lie l"
8 to 3.
1 Saiers homer and Hoggins' error
! gave the Cubs a victory over tho Cards,
1 2 to 1 on Sunday
1 There -Brs onl one game Sunday
, in the Federal leagu. tli- NVj:k
i takine thn third stram'n froiu :n
At Waco: R.H. E.
Waco j io 2
Ft. Worth 6 S 0
Batteries: Waco. Donalds and
Reilly; Ft. Worth. Fentress and Mc
Murray. At Shreveport: H.H.E.
Shreveport 5 9 2
Dallas 4 11 5
Batteries: Shreveport. Grabble and
Toland. Dallas, Bono. Thompson and
At San Antonio: IT. II. E.
San Antonio 3 7 1
Beaumont 2 10 1
Batteries: San Antonio, Stewart and
Haqsenstein: Beaumont, Spear and
At Galveston: R.H.E.
Galveston 0 G 2
Houston : 2 10 0
Batteries: Galveston. Barfoot, R.
Allen and Jordan; Houston, Cross and
Saturday's Gameu j
At Shreveport. R.ILB.
Shreeport 4 10 2
Dallas s 7 1
Batteries Shreveport. Hornsby and
To'.Td Pallas. Sloan and Dunn.
At Waco. R. H. B.
Waco 3 7 1
Fort Worth 0 5 1
Batteries. Waco. Ashton and Reilly;
boa tin ron wortn. narran. rtedtord and Mc-
I Murray. i
At San Antonio. R.1LK
San Antonio 1 S 3
Beaumont ....0 3 3
Batteries- San Antonio. Munseli and
Eurch Beaumont, Brandt and Bobo
At Houston. R. IL K.
Houston 410 3
Galveston 8 10 2
Batteries. Houston, Napier, Rose
and Fallon: Galveston, Harbin and Dil-ger.
Are Some Real Fact:
I Ink H
Louisville. Ky, May. 8. Harry Payne
Whitney's chestnut filly. Regret, ridden
by Jockey J. Notter, won the Kentucky
derby valued at approximately 315.000
at Churchill Downs here today. Re
gret was the first filly ever to score
a victory in the 41 years history of the
state. She defeated 18 other starters
Her time for the mile and a quartr
was 2.05 2-J. Pebbles was second.
TRACK MEET HELD
Princeton. N. J, Stay 8. The annual
Yale-Princeton track meet was held
here today. Summaries:
Mile run, MacKenzie, Princeton: sec
ond, Atha. Princeton; third, Foucher,
Yale; time four minutes, 20 seconds.
440 yard run; Wllkie, Yale. Moorr
Princeton, Richardson, Princeton ,
Time 40 1-5 seconds.
HERALD CARRIKKS WES
IX DOUBLE HEADER,
The Herald carriers baseball team
won a double header Saturday morning
at the Foundry grounds, beating the Ft.
BUss Juniors 21 to 5, and the Las Cru
ces Juniors It to 7.
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Have a look at Benjamin clothes
for spring and summer, then
vou'il know the reason whv.
$20 to $40
Cor. Mesa and Texas
How to Overcome the Tor
ture Without Harm
- ful Drugs.
ELEPHANT BUTTE AUTO UNE
Ille .lmr-lex l-horsepower carj will easUy accommodate 7 vasiengrrs; ready
at any time. Phone 0818.
NORTH CAMPBELL STREET OARAGB
gggx WHERE T0BUY S
BORDERLAND AUTO SVtflY CO.
LEE TIR ES
THE QUALITY TIRE
FLATS AXD PITNCTCRE PROOF
CORXER MYRTLE AXD KANSAS
4 I Clufeds
U lium '
A lesion of people have used S. S. S. ani i
, viucwbic UK worsr. lorsss of raeotaa
This disease of the blood 1 little umbo
stood because of Its strange symptssia
scarcely two people baring It exactly alike.
And yet, no matter what its form or how
painful and distressing. S. s. S. teems to
hare almost a dirtne Influence in driving 11
out, releasiag the nerves f roya pain aad clear
ing the Joists and muscles s6 they work with
out restraint. Tbe best explanation for this
happy result is tbe fact that In S. S. S. arc
certain Ingredients which act as an antidote.
They are nature's proridenee to man.
Jost as the meats, fats, salts and sugars ol
our daily food provide as with nourishment,
so does S. S. S. give to the Mood the exact
rrcdicinal requirement to dear the stream,
drive out Imparities and reconstruct the
body If destructive germs have gained a
foothold. Go to any drug store today and
set a bottle of & S. S. It will do you good.
But be sure to refuse any and all substitutes.
And if yours is a stubborn case, write to the
Medical Adviser. The Swift Specific Co.. 19
Swift Bide. Atlanta. Ga. This department
is presided vi r bv a phvsirlan proud of hl?
name ! vrti .- f lnr, i.flnr'1ilh.rt f.mn.
and a furtiaust duUvr uQ hn own merits.
CADILLAC SALES COMPANY
E. P. ft S. W. BLDG. PHONE 5105
Ty El PcVjo Auto Sales Co.
Satfiitss - Office 713 H. Ocho St
J. fi. JOHNSON, JB., MGE.
EL PASO OVERLAND AUTO CO
Overland Automobiles and Willys Trucks
120-122 SAN FKANCISC0 STREET.
Oakland Auto Sales Co.
M7-4m-tl Myrtle Avenue.
A' n- BLMORTS, Met. Tel HO
FISK RED TOP NON-SKIDS FOR FORDS, 5,000 MILE GUARANTEE
WESTERN MOTOR SUPPLY CO.
318 San Francisco St
M. L. NAOUIN. DISTRIBUTOR
pS Wes Texas, New Mexico. Ar-iona. Old Mex.co.
ii Hi.l Tt-r. n, Di otq r r- . .
u i oai aaiaS:. i none o o ior "-"-monstianon.
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