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TENNIS ENTRY LIST COMPLETE
TOINIEiraiiTS THURSDAY
Four Courts Will Be in Use at Country Club, and Play
Will Be Continuous from 9 Oclock Until Dark; Grand
stand Has Been Built for Spectators; Tourna
ment Will Probably R un Until Next Monday.
,, By "IJKCK."
ENTRIES for -the Border States Caxalrc, Sn Francisco, CaMt.
tennis tournament, which opens pa Simmons and II. S Simmons. BI
at the courts of the EI raso w; Hawkins and R. Partner. El
ountry club Thursday morning, are j Paso.
now Ail in and the tournament com! Lieut. Jones and 'Lieut. Thompson,
mittee is arranging for the first draw. 1 Fort Bliss.
The herald today publishes the official I Harvey- "misox and K. VT. Sauer, BI
tntiies and Mr. Neff has arranged to , pas.'
nuMish the official draws in The Penn Fuller and Reed Fuller, Las
Herald every afternoon during the : Cruces. "
tournament. i v. B. Miner and TV. B. Goerlng, Bls-
There will be four courts In use at j bee.
the Country club and a grandstand has Kenneth Brown and It. TVIIson. Tnc
been erected ror the accommodation -of goj
spectators. . I Veterans' Singles.
For the many women who are to be I jjor Goodrich. Phoenix: R. E. Moore,
in the city for the tournament, a series ' phoenix- B. F. Harlow, Roswell; P. P.
or special entertainments has been oreer Globe: A. T. Thomson. Morenci:
arranged by Mrs. Josephine N. Xorfit. P -07- Barker. Las Crnces; H. A. Bye,
head of the women's entertainment t Hayden. AtIla Kuno Doerr. smelter: B.
oominIttea . 1 Ie. Neff. EI Paso: A. M. Tuthill. Mo-
J1 ,Sf1-B-t12f,s,I.',TlILb ?id I rencl: P. W. Dent. El Paso: John "Wright,
at tho West Tsleta. Country dub Fri- Tiicson.
day night and the annual banquet and , rrtenns' Doubles.
cosiness session will be held at the BI
Paso Country clnb Thursday night On
Saturday night there will be a dance at
the El Paso Country club.
The draw for Thursday's play will
be published in The Herald Wednesday.
Play will start at 9 a. ra. Thursday
and continue until dark each. day. It
is expected the tournament will not be
finished until next Monday.
The entries follow:
Open Singles.
J. M. Law ton, Tucson; B. F. Harlow.
Roswell; H. B. Simmons. El Paso: Harry
CowelL Globe; W. L Tupman. Globe: F. j
w. ucLennan. Miami; B. w. Biggs, Mi
ami. N. A. Ferguson, smelter; H. K.
Christie, Country club: H. B. Black-
?SrS?ihS,SJrS.S:
J. R. WooduL EI Paso: B. B. McGlmsev.
El Paso. Jack Alnsworth. Los Angeles.
W. A. Horrell. Phoenix; G. E. Goodrich.
Morenci; Paul E. Jette. Roswell; Austin
GUI. Las Cruces; Phil Lynch. Denver,
Colo.; C. B. Smith. Clifton: J. G. Cooner.
Clifton, W. W. Gordon. Ft. Bliss; W. H. j
drowning. 1'ecos; Walter Browning.
Pecos; H. G. Bateman, smelter; A. D.
Wilkinson, smelter: J. D. Elliott l.th
infantry: W. C. Gnllion, Texas City; F.
ST. Barger, EI Paso; C D. Barrage. BI
Paso, W. A. Hawkins, El Paso; Lieut
Jones, Fort Bliss; Lieut ThompsonFort
Bliss, W. W. Lawhorn, Douglas; L. B.
Cary. Douglas; F. Hardiker. El Paso:
H. H. Pratt Douglas: A. Salazar, Chi-
huahua. Hex.; B. Ward. Texas City:
Lieut Cazairc, San Francisco, Calif.; C.
B. Dodge. New York, N. T.; B. C. Sim
mons, El Paso; Kenneth Brown, Tuc
son, John Wright Tucson: Paul P.e
beil, Tucson; C Wilson, Tucson; V. B.
Miner. Bisbee; W. H. Goerlng. Biebee;
Bothwell. Bisbee: V. Marshall. Phoe
nix, Jack Miller, Phoenix.
Open Doubles,
J. M. Lawton and C Wilson, Tucson.
E F. Harlow and Alison Buss, R03
welL Harry Cowell and W. L Tupman.
Globe
B W. Biggs and F. W. McLennan.
Miami
X A Ferguson, smelter, and IL E.
Christie Country ciub.
H B. Blackshear and F. H. Bailey, BI
Pj'l)
J R. Woodul and B. B. McGintsey. BI
Pi-"
J.-ick Ainsworth. Los Angeles, and W.
A Horrell, Phoenix.
T G. Cooper, Clifton, and G. E. Good
r. 1 Morenci.
Austin GilL Las Cruces, and Phil
L neb. Denver.
Ceorge Drysdale, and C B. Smith,
Clifton.
O. J Binford and W. A. Anderson, ce
ment plant
W . V. Gordon and 3. Blackshear. Fort
Bliss
Walter Browning and W. H. Brown
ing. Pecos.
H. G. Bateman and A. D. Wilkinson,
smelter.
J D Elliott lSth infantry, and W.
Christie, El Paso.
"". C Gnllion and W. G. Weaver,
Texas City. .
W. W. Lawhorn and L. B. Cary,
Douglas.
Ii H. Pratt Douglas, and C K Dodge,
'-W XOrk.
i' M,a"haH and iM WlS.r- phoen,x-
y M. Barger and C. D. Barrage, EI j
1S" , ... "I
-alazar. Chihuahua, Mex-, and Lleot
s
ee
i
For the Border States Tournament
Displayed in Our Window
W. G: Walz Company
Southwestern Distributors for
A. G. Spalding & Bro. and Wright & Ditson
, 103 South El Paso Street
i
ELEPHANT BUTTE AUTO LINE
Big Aznplex IHMiorsepotTer car; vrlll easily accommodate 7
nt any time. Phone 661P -
AOKTK CASrBUU STIfVET CVIttGU
t t, r.nodrlrh and Dwlcht Heard.
'Phoanlx.
R. E. Moore, Phoenix, and P. P.Greer.
Globe.
B. F. Harlow and B. H. Bassett, Ros-
A. T. Thomson and A. M. Tuthill,
Morenci. .
H. A. Bye, Harden, and Kuno Doerr.
smelter.
H. M. Cornell and P. TV. Barker, Las
Cruces.
B. B. Neff and "W. Cooley, BI Paso.
VomenV Singles.
Edna Scotten.1 Paso; "Jlmmie" "Wil
lis, El Paso; Kate Krause. BI Paso:
Mrs. George LeBaron. El Paso: Miss
I SiuTusl'lsabel- Kel.y;.EI Paso: Olive
Laurie. EI raso; Alice jiyies, ci msu.
25 CASS WILL RACE
AT INDIANAPOLIS
Indianapolis. InL, May 35 When the
elimination trials ended Monday. 15
cars were declared eligible for the fifth
nnuKl Son mile race, which is to be
run next Saturday at the Indianapolis
motor speedway. This is tne smallest
field that has ever Qualified for the
event and it -is believed that two or
three more cars will be unable to start
so the list of competitors may be re
duced still more. Forty cars entered
the race and 33 would have been per-
mitted to start had they Qualified.
An average speed of 88 miles an
hour was required in order to qualify
for the contest A number of drivers
failed to gej this speed out of 'their
machines and many of the entrants
arrived too late to get their cars into
shape for the contest. Among these
were Pullen. Ruckstell and Nikrent
drivers of American made machines,
who withdrew today.
Most of the stars of the racing world
who entered will start the contest
Barman, Old field. De Palms, Cooper.
Wilcox, Rests, and Anderson are among
those who have qualified for the con
test Darius Rests, made a lap Monday at
the rate of 98 miles an hour. Cox and
LeCain also made better than the re
quired average.
FLEMING FIGHTS TEN ROUND '
DRAW WITH CHAMPION WELSH
Montreal. Canada, May :S. Frank ie
Fleming of Quebec Canadian feather
weight champion, conceded 11 pounds
to Freddie Welsh, world's lightweight
champion, and earned a draw with him
in a ten round bout here Monday night.
ILIXDBALL PLAYERS SIGN ,
UP AT THE Y. M. C. A.
The handball players are signing up
at the Y. M. C. A. in a very enthusias
tic manner and some noe competition 1
is promised. There are still many '
berths open in the regular Indoor Base- ,
bail league and all players are earnestly
requested to eomeiin and register.
The new gymnasium and swim ached-
ule for all the boys' classes will go into
effect about June 1.
mi k.i. .- -, 1 --j
j continue its regular calisthentc exer-
XHC uubiucwi uicua MOKl UlU'tUlEU Lt,
1 l thfrknt, th, cimniAP
A special class for young experts
in volley ball Jias been organized to
Play on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-
day evenings at 6 o'clock.
N
- Tennis
Trophies
MAKE EVERY DOLLAR
COUNT
when next you build. The best
place to start economizing is on
lumber. Let us show you how to
do this by figuring your lumber
bills.
Dawson Fuel Sales Co.
LUMBERYARD '
Brown and Missouri Phone 498
N. N. Rheinheimer, Agt.
passengers; ready
EL
SUCH DISORDER IN COURT
BASEBALL RESULTS In Boyland:
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LEAOCB STA"DI'G.
Rio Grande AuocIsUon.
(New Series Opens Tneday).
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Tucson .,.....,', -, - ?? -TTT
Albuquerque I.SW
v Scheduled Today.
El Paso at Tucaen.
Albuquerque at Phoenix.
National League,
If Today
Teams W. L. Prt. Win Lese
Chicago 1 .6" .
Philadelphia. 17 11 .647 .CM -
PltUfeurs IS IS .500 -Sl -4S4
Brooklyn 11 IS .4S3 . .47
St LMris IS 17 .9 .i5 .4SS
Boston 14 M .487 .484 .4M
andU IS 1 .419 .44$ .414 1
New York ...11 1 .497 .4
American Leazne.
IfTooay
W. L ret WilloM
Chjcago IJ IS .. Ml
2J V " H -"J "SI '?
SSL?f?.:.v:::::::U " ill :SJ :"
iiaston " " -448 .t7 .41
develaBd 14 18 ,4 .4SS .424
St Louis 14 l .11! .41 .4M
Phnaolptal&
zt is .jo .
Federal Leaxur.
If Today
W. L Pet. Win Lo
M 12 .ess . .
Pittstarc
SSa7city:::::::::i7 "4 Jii 51J mI
.11 14 .600 .411 .SSS I
Newark
Brooklyn ...
St Louis
Baltimore ..
Buffalo
18 IS .54S .SS
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,44
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.371
.214
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IS IS .500 .SIC
1 SI .S8S .4
1 IS JOS .34
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j Topeka
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1 Omaha ....
Western League
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Uaesln 1
WleMta 4
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Texas reajrne.
Won Lost
2 12
2
24 2
it 21
21 22
12 23
IS 27
17 2S
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'ill
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Teams
Galveston . .
IIOOMSB ...
Ssn Antonio
Waco .....
Dallas
Fort Worth .
Beaumont ...
Sbreveport ..
.4t
.42
.413
.45
Pacific Coast Leacae.
Woa Lest
ret.
l(S4
.s;
.542
.471
.431
.321
i Salt Lake City 24 2
i liU AHIEKB .................. AA
i Sen Francisco 2
Portland 22
Oakland - .....22
Venice IS
24
28
Soothers Association.
wen Lost
Pet.
.713
.474
.ill
.414
.474
.4S
.MS
.342
New Orleans ..28
Birmingham ........... .35
Kashvllle 20
Chattafiooga. ...............IB
Memphis ..........,...12
Atlanta IT
Mobile It
LlttleRock 12
II
12
19
1
t
2
24
American Association.
Won
Loot
13
12
IS
14
17
It
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17
Pet.
.fit
.SS4
.541
Ml
.452
.442
.424
.32
IndlanapoUs ....21
Milwaukee ....... ..12
Louisville ..................IS
Kansas City .............. ..IS
St. Paul "....IS
Cleveland ...... ............ 13
Cotambos ..................14
Mlaceepolis ...... .. ...... .11
AMF.nicA.V LEAGUE.
At Chicago R. IL K.
New York 10 M Ml I 6 1
Chicago Z0 1 Hi S 7 1
Batteries: -New York, Pieh, Brown
and Nunamaker; Chicago, Russell and
Daly, Schalk.
At Detroit -. K.H.KL
Washington M0 MM oa a 4 2
Detroit 0M 13x I S 1
Batteries: "Washington, Boebllng
and Ainsmlth; Detroit, Covaleskl and
Stanage.
At Cleveland R.H. K.
Philadelphia 641 66 MM i g
Cleveland 0M lie oJ- I 10 3
Batteries: Philadelphia. Shawkey
and Schang: Cleveland, Hagerraan.
Jones and O'N'elL
At St. Louis R. H. E.
Boston M6 3M ft -z I 1
St. Louis. 20 Mi isz 1 11 3
Batteries: Boston. Foster. Mays and
Thomas; St, Louis, Loudermilk and
Agnew.
XATIOXAIj LEAGUE.
At Boston R. If. a.
Chicago 2W w M 9 17 1
Boston tM 1M 0 1 2 1
Batteries: -Chicago. Cheney and
Archer; Boston, James, Crutcher and
owdy.
Games Postponed.
Pittsburg at New York. St Louis at
Brooklyn, rain; Cincinnati at Phila
delphia, wet grounds.
PEDEHAi LEAGUE.
At St Louis K. H. K.
Baltimore 000 000 001 1 5 0
St Louis 00 100 001 2 10 d
Batteries Baltimore, Smith, Bailej
t
PASO HERALD
Copyright HIS. International Hews Sarvfee.
, K VUOTT 1W lObA
s ( of- woo euo&r
twwiHff Jruff -) lflA w-wcAjr ;
and J. McAllister; St Louis, Groom and
Hartley.
At Kansas City R. H. E.
Newark ? 100 1 6 B
Kansas City .i 10 100 ox I 8 3
Batteries: Newark. Mosely and Rar
iden; Kansas City, Cullop and Brown.
At Chicago R.H.E.
Buffalo 100 000 200 000 00 3 10 1
Chicago ...300 000 001 000 01 i " 2
Batteries: Buffalo, Krapp and Blair;
Chicago, Johnson, Brown and Fisher,
Wilson.
Games Postponed.
Brooklyn at IPttsburg, rain.
TEXAS LEAGUE.
Monday's GamesA
At Fort Worth R.H.B.
Fort Worth 2 8
o
Dallas ...
Batteries
12 4
Vnrr Wnrtfa Hmh. Tff
and McMurray; Dallas Brady and
Dunn. f
I At Waco ' R. H. E.
! Waco -' U IS "
SJhr.wenort 17 0
Batteries: Waeo, Donalds and Reilly;
Sbreveport Crabble.and Toland.
At s,n Antomo- r-ile.
San Antonio ..'. -
1 Galveston V.5S 1
j Batteries: San Antonio, Seweil. Stew-
art ana xsurcn: iraivmiusi, vcascj.
Moore and Jordan.
At Beaumont R.H.E.
Beaumont 0 9 1
Houston 3 9 Z
Batteries: Beaumont Jost and Bobo;
Houston. Rose, Ware and Allen.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
At Omaha R.H.-i
Topeka 000 000 0000 1 0
Omaha - 301 202 OOx S 14 1
Batteries: TopeKa. Weidraan aad
Tonneman. Munroe; Omaha. Bverdon
and Kafora.
At St Joseph R.H.E.
t Denver 000 000 4 00 I S 4
I at. josepn .w owv vvm w m -m
. Ratterieo? Dnver. Arelianes ajd
Shestak: St. Joseph. Wllley, Flanagan
and Withrow.
At Des Moines R.H.K
I Lincoln 000 01 2t I V 3
! Des Moines 010 100 000 2 10 1
I Batteries: Lincoln. Powell and
' Yantx; Des Moines, Mogridge and
1 oranam, .
Games Postponed.
Wichita at Sioux City, wet grounds.
AMKRICAX ASSOCIATION1.
At St Paul , R
Indianapolis .' 4
St. Paul r
At Kansas City K
Cleveland 6
Kansas City 5
At Milwaukee K
Columbus i
Milwaukee X
At Minneapolis R
Minneapolis ..1
Louisville 6
SOCTHBRX ASSOCIATION.
At Atlanta 2: Xasnvlite 7. ,
At Memphis 4: New Orleans 2.
At Birmingham I; Little Rock L
The results In Monday rJcht's duck pin
series on Uw Cactes dab alleys wore as
follows:
J. .
St
7
K
8
M
6
44
4S
88 231
82 228
W. R.
Goo Briotoa
J3 JJ
N. G. Morgan.
4 ie
Totals ...
Carrath t
.: 32 2S7 7M
R. L. Curath. .
A. A Seaey
J. Wyuo
J. R. Aadoison
76
-t
M
S 1S1
SS 1JJ
SC 1S9
S4 182
SS
Totals 278 248 22S 72
Potato won. Hanson 3, Carrath 1; nigh
game. Hanson S9; high total. Hanson 231.
Clark team '
E. L. Clark 188 7S 78 288
C. Conner 78 78 S3 183
O J. Binford 88 84 72 242
J.' ThomhiU 87 78 St 284
Totals
Grlna team-
C Grlag
B. B. Hoary.
T. Aber
P. O. Graves..
.388 318 272 888
82
81
78
82
88
88
87 208
88 282
88 218
88 188
Totals 38 381 2S8 837
Points woo, Clark 4: high came. Clark
182; high total, Clark 28.
II BAD OP I.OUISVII.LB CLIB
FIItKS If VYDK.V AS MAXAGHIl
Louisville. Ky.. May 25. O. H.
Wathen; president of the Louisville
American association baseball club, an
nounced Monday he had requested the
resignation of John F. Hayden, man
ager of the team since 1912. Ezra. Mld
kiff. third baseman of the club, will
be appointed successor to Hayden,
Wathen said
"Failure to get results with the ma
terial Miiplied," Is the Veason president
alVn gius for rt leasing Havden
BOWLING
AS the result of the last indoor
baseball games in the Y. M. C A.
Junior class, all four teams are
bunched in the standing. Washington
took a close one from; Boston, 10 to
7. and Detroit had a walkaway with
New York. 11 to 0.
Washington 10 12 3
Boston -.- 5 V
Detroit played almost faultless ball,
allowing only one man to reach first
and he arrived on their single error.
R.. IL E.
Detroit ..11 1
New York 0 0 4
Standing of the junior Indoor base
ball teams:
Boston I 2 .000
Detroit 3 2
New York 2 3
14,." xk .......... " .xvw
iTVashington Z 3 .40
I
Thn Vort Bliss Juniors challenge the
El Paso Athletics for a game this com
Ing weekend.
The Altura Juniors have a tale of
woe. They were to play tbe Alta
Vista Methodist Sundav school boys
team on Saturday morning but the
Alta Vistas failed to show up. Their
second disappointment of the day was
on Saturdsv afternoon, when they
were billed to play the Feldman
Seniors, but they declare the Feldmans
also defaulted.
The Tsleta Juniors have reorganised,
secured a couple of new pitchers and
PSTEIT ISSUED .
Doctor Celebrates and Ex
cites His Neighbors; Has
to Have Two Autos.
Monday Dr. . D. Strong received his
state patent to his 1300 acre home on
Mount Franklin and Monday night he
celebrated by displaying red fire and
shooting bombs. Some hysterical peo
ple thought his place upon the moun
tainside was burning and. without tak
ing the trouble to Investigate, sent the
police and firemen an alarm. Mean
time, the doctor and his family, una
ware of the excitement they had
created, and. not connected with the
cit.- by telephone, continued their cele
bration. Police captain Lee Hall and
Eugene Harris, responding to the
alarms telephoned In by the people
who could see the celebration, went out
as far as they could gin Mr. Harris's
automobile, then cltmbeC the mountain
until they found that there was nothing
in progress needing outside interfer
ence or help.
Dr. Strong discovered this unclaimed
land and took it up as a homestead
three years ago. He built a home on
the side of the mountain, about half
way to the top. after first bu'lding a
road up tbe side of the mountain and
hauling the materials for the house at
great axDense. For three years he and
his family have lived on the mountain,
side. The homestead tract extends
straight through Mount Franklin and
across back of Kern addition, 300 of
the 1300 acres lying on the west side
of the mountain.
Now that title to the place has been
received from the state, it is no longer
necessary for the doctor to continue to
reside upon the mountain, nut tney
have not as yet made arrangements to
move down. They have a comfortable
five room house up there and are grow
ing trees and shrubbery, although this
is somewhat expensive, as all the water
they use has to be carried up on bur
ros at a cost of 50 cents a barrel.
The distance up the privately built
road from Highland Park to the doc
tor's home is four-tenths of a mile and
the rise In that distance is about 4J0
feet. Some of the grade is 33 percent
The altitude of the place is about lOOu j
feet above the postoffice corner, mak
ing it a total of about 4T00 feet. l)r 1
Strong has to take all his own supplies
to his mountain home. When he first
moved up. until he got an automobile
that would climb the hilL he carried
the supplies on a burro, last summer j
n.l,An .Va l.Aw,r nin, vnahA n hi, '
road, he carried his supplies up on his
back for three weeks.
To make his trips to the city from
his home and return. Dr. Strong ins
to have two automobiles. He has one
geared to run a mile and a half an
hour on "low" and six miles on "high.
which he uses in ascending; and de
scending the mountain. This Is kept-
m a garage at tne nome or nis mother.
Mrs. Millie T. Strong, at 2tOO Richmond
street. Highland Park. Returning home
from the city, the doctor takes this
car from the garage, leaves the car
that he uses downtown, and continues
home in the ow geared machine. Re
turning from his mountain home be
comes down in the "am car, leaves it
at hi mothfi s ..nJ iaU.es hi; other
BY TAD
School Sports, Juvenile Sports,
Boys' Amateur Sports, and
evrs and Gesslp of the
Future Greats.
BY "BECK."
.- . ... ow that will make all
Ii. i ..,!. , out.
ThM vhlsvA thA Clint Tfw
omI lafm victorv bw a, score of 1
to IL I.. Juan hit a triple aad R. Stana
bury knocked out a double, as did W.
Sangster.
A game for Wednesdav morning or
afternoon with tb Alt-Stirs is desired
by the Altura Juniors.
B. Stansbury is now the actinr man
ager of the Tsleta Juniors and teams
destrag games should communicate
with him.
Ro Scotten hapnena to be a pupil
of Sunset and not San Jacinto school,
as reported in the rramnr school
track meet results in MondaVs paper.
, scwwsn 9 uwens ncA, .,vac& w u
Jacinto in the dass D events and put
' thi.- sohool in the lead, when they
; th&t school in the lead, when they
should have been credited to Sunset
scnooL As a result c mw. sunset
Kkaol reallv led the class D series.
It also gives Surriet a small school,
third place in the entire meet As
Sunset had no entries in dass and
only a small representation in class
i-B. it makes the record of the school;
all tne more wortnv.
McCREDIB STICKS TO COA&Tt
WOXT MANAGE CLEVELAND
.. San Francisco. Calif, May 35. Wal
ter McCfedie, manager of the Port
land club in the Pacific Coast league,
has declined to accept the management
or the Cleveland Americans.
Tl STfllNE
car for his tours of the city and back
to his mothersplace.
Dr. Strong says it is always cool
upon the mountain in summer and
never cold in winter, as the mountain
protects the place from the north and
west winds. The doctor and family
have learned to like their mountain
residence during their three years' stay
and only their isolation troubles them
any.
COLLARS
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Yon Want OH
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Any Kind of
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NEWJLAS .CRUCES AUTO LWE
Leave Jnn JaeJato Plaxa
Near Poitotflee
I.enre Las Crnces Urui? Co.
El Paso 7:30A.M.
El Paso 2:30P.M.
Las Cruces 7:30 A.M.
Las Cruces 2:30P.M.
Sfiffl THIEF
SIT MILE
Mexican Uses 30-30 When
He Sees Man In His Store;
Nickel Car Is Held Tip.
Nicholas Cadena owns a little storrt
at 110 Tays street He sleeps in n
rear room of the store. Early Tuesd
morning he heard the glass in the
frcnt window of the store broken ana
saw the outline of a man moving
about in the store. He took his "i0-3
rifle, loadd it and fired at the sup
posed burglar, hitting him squarely in
the head.
The intruder, who was a Mexica ?.
was taken to the emergency hospital
and from there to the county hosptt il
where he is not expected to l!e. -No
letters or other means of identification
were found in the man's clothes. No
complaint has yet been filed agalrst
CadVna, but one will probably be filrl
as soon aa the unknown man's conrii
tion is definitely known. A quanta
of goods was mussed from the store.
lekel Car Driver Robbed.
C. P. Boler, who drives a nickel car,
was assaulted at 1S;S0 -Tuesday morn
ing by two passengers In his car who
he said were soldiers who had boardel
his car1 to be taken to Fort Blis
Boler was struck over the head with
some blunt weapon and it require'
a number of stitches to sew U.-5
wounds in his head.
He told the police that one of ths
men told him to stop at the corner
of Pledras and Bliss streets as he
wanted to get out there. Alighting from
tbe car the man walked to the driver a
side as if to pay for the trip when
Boler says he struck him and dragged
him from his seat The car drier
shouted for help and the soldiers ran
when another auto appeared. -o
money was taken although he had
his day's earnings concealed under
the driver's seat
Room Is Robbed,
oom of Mrs. M. Rupert at 11?
East Franklin street was entered be
tween 8 and 10 oclock Monday night
and a gold locket, a wateh and other
jewelry taken. The burglar entered
the house with a pass key.
Dr. J A. Rawlir.gs's Overland auto
was taken from in front of the Tirst
Presbyterian church Monday night anl
later found in Golden Hirl by Dr.
Rawlinga T(ie car was not damagel.
Thieves who entered an apartment
house at SIS Montana street at aa
early hour Monday morning stole j.
suit of clothes belonging to B. B. Cail-
" l,r OI 5noes . "eBing;
i anotner young man ana oiner cietnins
porch at the rear where several young
men were sleeping.
This handsome and serviceable
f?a Tcano-a is a brand-new nroduct
of the Glenwocd Foundry, and has
all the best improvements.
"MaXes CooHing Easy"
Ovens are lined -with non-rostable
alnmaloyd metal a splendid fea
ture. Five cooking burners.
It isn't all in the gas they saTe
it is the convenience, the comfort,
the time and labor saved.
T. H. Rogers & Co.,
Pose, '
By this new
method wo
can take
your impres
sions In tbe
morning sad
$20
SET OF'
TEETH
$7.50
(tve ym your teeth
In the eTeainc. We
can do this wo'k n
fit am aiOQtlt 53
make a piste stick
to M lbs. pull on a
niece of class.- So
stroBf yoa can stand
oa them. Let us
show yoo thta.
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kVHhaat Rnf
Btt maJe bridge aad
Crowns
$5.00
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Cor El Paso aad Sen Antonio Sta
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o'd First Nat. Bank BWe. Open
e unless till 7:88. Sunday mornings
till 11. Lady attandaats (1). SoanUh
and German spoken.
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