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i e EAT ELEH Superior Weight and Speed Give Mesilla Parkers Victory, 27 to 0. outweighed and outplaied. the high school Tigers went down to defeat be- . the eleven from, A. and M. college or M.silla Park, on Saturday afternoon t Kio Grande Park, the score being 27 to o The ictor for the farmers lizes on the season, as the Tigers on th f'rst Kime played at Las Cru- o (iannp the fair there. Trick fon-ations were much in eTi-d-me, particular! - on the part of the i ting team, which also used its sape- !or weight to gTat advantage In the It. smashes Thf farmers were in "iih better physical condition than for the first grame at Las Cruces and they sf-t the pace from the start, keeping the Tigers on the defensive most of the fame. The agresene pla of the farmers Indicated a ery thorough coaching in the fine points of football and, playing i they did on Saturday, they will be rv hard to bt-at Foster and Tuttle both showed pood form for the visitors and their drives through the line and end runs were leatures. Both teams tried a bit ef the open rugby style of play, notably the for ward pass, but neither can claim any championship honors in this respect. The forward pass was muffed in almost e erv instance. As an exhibition of the old-time line bucking style of game, Saturday's contest was a good one. There were quite a number of minor Injuries from this style of play, but no member of either team was seriously injured Substitutions were frequent and in the last period the second string men of the farmers nearly all had a chance to get into the contest- The game was well patronized and hoth the high school and college had big delegations of rooters in the stands. make:, a specialty of Spanish Mexican dishes Spring Chicken en Cauerole, Mexican Style. Enchiladas, Chill Con Came, Hot Tamales. MEVUBO, are some of the special dishes. .-erved in Main and Private Dining Booms from 6 p. m. to 8.30 p. m. The General Says: "There are some very good reasons why my business is bigger each year than it was the year before." Some years ago asphalt roofing was sold at high prices because the volume was small and faculties were limited. When, the General entered the field he broke up the high price combine by fating advantage of all possible manu facturing economies, thereby reducing production costs to the minimum and at the same time making a roofing of unexcelled quality. Eventually the General became recog nized as the leader of the entire field, and today the best known and largest used brand in the world is Roofing The General's big success brought about sn attempt by others to imitate his poli cies and prices, but they didn't have the General's wonderful facilities, nor his superior equipment; nor his big organi zation, and it was an economic impos sibility for them to equal the General's quality and price. Consequently with the reduction in price there was a big reduction in quality, and these lower quality roofings began to be sold under labels that had formerly been used on better goods. Today the marVet is flooded with low quafity roofinzs, made to sell at cheap prices without regard to the service they will pre. Whenyoa roof your bnHdinffwith CertjJnJJ yoa hare a responsible manufacturer's guaran tee of 5, 10, or 15 years accordtnc to whether me inicicnessis 1,-i.or-V-ply respectiTeJy. This is your advance assurance that CertamrtJ will aire yoa at least a definite eu&rantee3 service. Beware of guarantees without responsibility behind them. Ccrtcm4d products are used end weH known the world over. Consult your local lumber and hardware dealers. They wiH quote yoa reason able pnees. General Roofing Manufactaing Co, Worlds largest mrtwfmetwrcr ofBAeffrg CJrf Smttdtmff -ftijXT Kcw Yerl Gly C-u'07- PhiUttdpatm St. Uais Btvtea OcTeUct F-ttst-sr., Detroit SuFrsadsc. CadaDsti Micaetpoas Eaaus City Seattle AtUflU Hewtoa Landoa Hanaur Srdncr Distributors: EL PASO SASH AND DOOR CO.. EL PASO. TEXAS. MOMSEN-DUNNEGAN-' RYAN CO., EL. PASO. TEXAS. BURTON UNCO LUMBER CO. rr, rpc ti: s I. i r JhJi The Zeiger Certain-teed !Wy SURPRISES III BIGGIES ! Princeton and Cornell Only "Big" Elevens Yet to Taste Defeat. New York, Oct. 25. The gridiron su premacy of the soealled Big Five col leges was shattered for the first time Saturday when Tale, Harvard and Pennsylvania went down to defeat. lea-ring Princeton and Cornell victorious I survivors of the nuintette. ' The defeat of Harvard by Cornell , was, perhaps, the most important foot ball event of the day. indicating that after many years of striving; the 1th aca university is about to take its place in the gridiron situation to the same degree that it has won recogni tion in rowing and track athletics. Cor nell went to Cambridge with the best team that has represented the Red and White in many years. Harvard, far less formidable than in former years, was outplayed, outwitted and outlucked. Fumbling, poor tackling and poorer generalship were features of the Crim son play. Princeton Look Rood. Princeton's overwhelming defeat of Dartmouth did nothing to cheer the Crimson. It was clean cut, convincing and in keeping with the record of the Orange and Black this season against powerful teams previously met and de feated. Yale's showing against Washington and Jefferson was the poorest of the day, so far as the big Ji teams were concerned. The Blue was defeated for the second time in two years by a team which gave a remarkable exhibition of overhead attack and possessed a stone wall defence against the old-fashioned running game. Pittsburg surprised Pennsylvania by defeating the Quakers "With a running attack instead of tne aerial form of of- J fence, which it was expected Warner's pupils would use. In marked contrast to the upsets in collegiate football circles, the Army and Navy elevens came through the day's play in splendid fashion, each defeat ing a strong opponent in decisiove manner. The Army-Georgetown game was marred by the infliction of penal ties due to rough playing. Ty Bents Virginia Pol. The middies found Virginia Poly fat and aggressive at the start and the game was an even struggle during the first two periods. Weight and better ( condition began to tell in the latter i portion of the contest and once the navy started its scoring, her opponents were unable to check the sailers' charges. Michigan's crushing'defeat y the Michigan "Aggies" furnished the great est surprise of the weekend gridiron contests in the middle west. The Ag gies proved their claim for an impor tant place in western footbalL Nebraska cheered its supporters by the victory over Notre Dame. Cham berlain, the famous Lincoln halfback, reports say, played in the form that has made him noted, while Backman, Fitz gerald and Bergman helped the I loos - iers. Results In the conference leave Illi nois, Minnesota and Wisconsin still the leaders In the race for the champion ship, with Chicago a "dark horse." Playing without the help of Stolon, about whom plays have been planned and who was looked upon In some quarters as -perhaps the best player In the Big Nine, the Gophers' topheavy score against Iowa should make them dreaded by their rivals. Surprises In South. Atlanta. Ga., Oct. 2S. Surprises were many in southern football circles Sat urday. The showing of the Georgia team, wnicn neia Virginia, to a 9 to 7 score. Vanderbllt's big ecore against Mississippi and the defeat of Texas by Oklahoma, stood out clearly as the most important features of the day. Yale Mnr Is Injured. New Haven, Conn, Oct. 25. To add to the gloom which has been evident in the Yale football camn for some tim It J was learned Sunday that "Mai" Scovil, me wrtvivncia star, naa suuerea a Dro ken nose in the Washington and Jef ferson game. He probably will be un able to play any more this season. "Casualties' at narrard. Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 55. Harvard's football team came out of Its unsuc cessful contest with Cornell Kdnrdir with Gilman, a tackle, crippled so that he cannot play for two weeks, and Wal lace, the center, also hurt. It is ex pected that Wallace will be able to play next Saturday. Capt H. C. Flower and two other members of the freshmen eleven were so seriously Injured in a game with Worcester academy Saturday, that phy sicians say they cannot play again this season. BOWLING " .eam aadlnc for the various learuea public aa4 are a folk we: Rim- TMma Wn. Woo. Lo. Pet. Clt National i I "SH Trl-state Motor ! T 'Sf Old Guards "" I i 'ITt Industrial leacnel " Wea. L,t. pct. ?iL. S!f ; 1 :s cTSI Mm. 4 4 -" ! PasTila-adr; I I III Smelter Iaue. ;- -...... q .iin . We. Lost. Pet. Vandemores B js BatCDaau -8 .C7 -5SJ -S83 .5W WoodborBS ' Uammels .' BAfeuffelds 7 I S .117 I t UUKHDCnMn 1 11 OBJ liidiridiial averages show' tie" ten leading bowlers in each league to be: - . lg larnr. .. Uames. Joe Bryan c W- D. !kraui c M- Carr s H. K. Christie j Ed Schntl s 1-afe. Hill s E. K Clark c G. C. Abbott J. L. Andreas ............. c L. S. CsUseer c Industrial Learue. Pins. l7t 1M4 117 U M2S 1IS UK ll Ml Ave 179 177 171 171 171 171 MS 1(8 1 1C4 -. . Games, Pms. N. RhiBebfmer ........... s it E. U Clark c 1M, K. H. Aber................ G MS W cberaln i 413 P. Roberts s R. 3i White s . J H T.--saar4tta-efl sT liar Avc 1 Ray-Nsgle ....'."'."'.'."Is K 1 1. woolaa ( s G. A. Feaaer ............. a 4s. C Grlag s Smelter League. Gemec Pins. G. A. Abbott s ISM J. Vaadaore s m$ N. N. Rhtaebliner Mv F. Wosdbam ......... 9 1M2 H. G. Batemaa 9 isss Geo. Regers 9 ig9 V. E. Koilg .. 9 ijj. H. I. Morrts .'.... 9 1JM B. Hart 9 tK E. A. Pralt 9 1278 Ave 172 19 1511 161 I liO 147 143 142 141 I TISLBGRAM FOR JOHN MEEK. I The sporting; editor has a telegram ior jonn jnees, Doxtne promoter, which he can obuin by calllnp at this office. The world series Is over and the "Stove Leasue" just staxtinr;. We bat 1000 in the "Stove League " Let us show you R c Sample, successor to South western Fuel Co Phone 531 Adv ILL PHILLIES ! I LET HHI SO?; I ! Man Who Made Champion Team From Castoffs is After More Pay. New York, Oct. 23 Philadelphia baseball critics are worried because Pat Moran has not yet signed another con tract to manage the National league champions. They say that Moran. who received a nominal salarv this year, has maae a demand for a substantial in- crease and that the officials of the club I -re in no nurry to talk business with . him. Those who know nresident W F Ba ker, however, insist that Moran will be liberally treated. Moran bnilt up o pennant winner with rather crude ma terial. He was an experiment when he took hold of the Phillies last spring, but he succeeded from the outset of his managerial career. Incidentally he made a pot of money for his employers. who had been forced to make good a I deficit in 1S14. I -r . . -.. . Moran mar have received 35000 for his services this year. Stallings, who landed the Braves in second position, got a salarv of 12,000. it is said, while Robinson, the leader or the Superbas. who finished third, drew a salary not i m excess of S40M. Bresnahan. of the Cubs. is said to have receired at least $10,060. Herxog. of the Cincinnati Reds, may have pocketed STOOv Clarke, of the Pirates, got (10,000. while Huggins, of the Cardinals, drew about SS0OO. Me Graw's salary for managing the Giants is believed to be more than SrO.COO a year. Carrigan, leader of the Red Sox. has a contract which calls for about 37590. Jennings, of the Tigers, commands $10. 000 a year. Rowland the manager of the White Sox. gets at least SCOOO, while Griffith, of the Washingtons. in addi tion to being a stockholder, is paid (10, '. eacn season. Donovan, the leader of the Yankees, drew 35000. perhaps more, this year, and Rickev. of the Browns. possibl received (7500 Fohl. the Clevelands" new manager, will draw about (5000 next year, while Connie Mack, a half owner in the Athletics, is said to be on the club's annual salary l.t for ?20 "00 Xf Ma en. Conn . Oct. 25 Hard fought contests featured Saturday's football tramps thrfw.hruf Ih. mmt .., middle west Saturda). and today thou- i sands of collegians are discussing the manner in which their favorite elevens are rounding" into form for the Thanks giving day battles. One of the big games of the dav was that at Cambridge. Masa. where" Cor nell won from HsrvsrH kr In tn A At 1 West Point, the Army defeated George town oy tne same figures. In the Cam bridge game. Harvard seemed asleep. Capt. Mahan made a costly fumble. Cor nell secured the ball, and scored. The Cornell attack vu terrific. Oklahoma Ileats Texas. By a single point the University of Oklahoma won from the University of Texas at Dallas, the score being 14 to 13. Oklahoma made the extra point on a goal from touchdown. Yale lost to Washington and Jeffer son at Xew Haven by IS to 7. The as sault of the brilliant W. J was so Dewiiuering inat the Blue mas swamped. Colorado college defeated the Uni versity of Colorado at Boulder by 44 to 0. Minnesota beat Iowa at Minneap olis SI to 15L At .Williamstown. Mass.. Trinity college won from Williams bv 39 to . Nebraska university tri umphed over Notre Dame, 2 to 19. Chicago university shut out Purdue 7 to 0. Zuppke's crippled Illinois univers - -- uiiii.u .a.,,iv,i3 UHllcrB' t ity team won from Northwestern. 16 to j n. oiumota won rrom St. Lawrence university team. 45 to 0. St. Louis uni- I versity defeated DePauw university, 21 I to 9. j The N'avy eleven won from Virginia I Polytechnic. 20 to MAY BUY CLASS AA CLUBS IF THEY WISH IContluned from Previous Pase.) be purchased from the Brittons for about a half million. & & If there is any kind of a settlement between the Feds and O. B. this winter, however. It Is understood that the magnates who do not buy in the Na tional or American leagues, are ftoinc; 10 oe uiKen care ot. That is. the mu. nates in class AA league will be al- '"" 10 ouy class AA clubs if thev : Uo'n wVall X, ,h V ?P0"1' J ?r. ?. ,hrend ou to th - i isaction of all concerned, if the base- Kail twir I A "arry Pollok. who handles the bus- ,ness airs of Freddy Welsh, is out with a denial of a few statements he was credited with makuifr a week or two apo. It was said that Welsh de- jnanded 1S,WH a fisht and would fight four men he Picked himself, including h 'if9' "etwelirht in the game! .!, 'ii 1 1 n if sa vat- in the first place Welsh did not name the four men whom he is willing to meet this season in title matches. He thinks It Is the privilege of the boxing- fans and sporting: scribes to do that. He. of course, knows in hi. nwn mind who the four are. but he does not want to be accused of looking for soft spots, and figures that the fans and ine iisiic experts will recognize, as easily as he does, who are the four best contenders. In the second nlsc w.i.h axa n. . say that he wanted 15.0e each for boxing those four men. He will make ! the matches with the ro'ur in the order 1 that the public demands and accept the ' best purse offered by the promoters' CLEVELAND TEAM WINS ! AMATKiiR THAMPinKCUiD ' n.ii..j I COHHELI BFTS Namfirm n run. HAM U1M l iJi T7 T. "" ii- xae While 1 iLiSin Cleveland, von Sunday the amateur 11 r . . e-amnlwasbl- of the sorld. eiclo 11 ! 2if "f '""SeU-alate games, by besting de 1S8 flf . T ,B Sooth Tacoma (Wash.) Tigers in 17 I e lMt ot a eri "t hree game. The 1S . Same ' a proeession led by the Ohio bov lit I WB. bettered the Tigers In eiery depart- , 151 1 mtat- TIi t " ran oetors Tacoms jeored. In the third inning. Eley. tu gers" left hand pltrher. was taken oat. I the Autos having made eight hits off hli , delivery and tallied nine times. Score. R. H. E. Tacoma 5 79 White Autos '..'.'.'.'.'. IS n - Batteries Tacoma. Eley. Haognland and Patterson. Whites. Knight and Pohle. 1 LEFTY WILLIAMS WINS GAMES IN COAST LEAGUE ' Salt Lake. Utah. Oct 25. Claude Will iams. I hand pitcher of the Salt Lake clnb at the Pacific Coast league, yesterday set a league record by scoring his 32nd victory of the season. The former record was held In Art. Hlgglnbotbam, of Portland, with 31 and was made in 1914 Williams also holds the season's strike out record with IS. He goes to the While Sox ne-vt year. He lost 13 game. 1 Particular people pri t r Sulzlx ri;. r' i M. J ' !( Hun-, -ind B.- 11 I iil t'.rr- rmt lv 1 As Told Tke Story of a Leonore Asks To Go and Peter Has a Stab at the Heart, Much to Connie's Surprise. CHAPTBlt XVI. ALWAYS did think the strength of affection consists more 'n llkins- the same things than in A liking each other." said a the wise old writer. That quotation came home to me more and more strongly each day when I saw the absolute congeniality that their community of interests brought about between Lenore and Peter. She was a nurse, all enthusiasm for t her profession he a doctor. all am- bition for his. For every problem that beset Peter. Lenore had Intelligent sympathy and interest. Medicine to me had always been a closed OOOK 01 "- pulslve pages which 1 4did not care to finer 1 had thnnzht'that Peter, who lived all day with problems of sickness and of morbidness, would be glad te drop them in his home life. And vet he seemed to find the most j m"on M?,"Lon,in gETZZS . .. ... , .1 ..... sd i .""" " w.w. , - --- t to include me. bat on the one nana l as frankly bored and on the other ' nave always hated playing the part of a duffer. Since I could not talk along intelligently I preferred not to talK at alL "Connie, tone of the best things you ever did was hauling that little Lenore Wallis out of the slums and giving her a chance in the world,"said Peter one morning at the breakfast table, when Lenore had left us to go and answer to a summons from little Dorothy, whe wanted her "Noro." Ills Lack Of Faith. "And set you haven't any faith in her and thought I was wasting myself dreadfully and would never get an gratitude for it," I said. There is hardly anything more stupid a wiftf can do than to remind her hus band that his judgment in regard to a certain situation has been at fault and hers has been justified. All mei hate to hear a woman say "I told you so." but even more mightily do tne loathe hearing her say. "You were quite sure this wouldn't work, and now see how splendid! it has come out." Man likes " to suppose himself the guide and leader and noble preceptor of the woman he loves. I suppose that goes back to the pre-historlc creature whose strength enabled him to protect his mate. When modern life denies a man a chance to fight for his woman he likes at least to sit back in his all- wisdom and adwse her. Peter was too much of a gentleman lo xiing aown nis napitin in a crump.c mass and fly from the room when 1 taunted him with the superiority of my Judgment in regard to Lenore. But he managed to hurt me almost as much as if be had by scowling angrily for a moment and then throwing back his head and laughing the wonderful deep toned laugh that always set my heart strings vibrating. "You were a wonderful gnesser. Con nie. Your flower of the slums' has a real gift f or nursing: But did you eyer dream what a little winner sheM be? I'll wager not- When one woman does a lot for another she MWom "picks out a beauty for her Lady Boun tiful actr When a man laughs as he makes a statement like that, to argue about It sets you down as one who lacks that gift of the gods "a sense of humor." Life flowed along smoothly for a few weeks. Peterkin's convalescence pro gressed splendidly under bis father's superintendence and Lenore's minis trations. Even delicate little Oorotny seemed to cling to her new nurse and to improve under her care. Peter Grows Worried. Peter, however, looked more and more worried from day to day and seemed hardly ever to be cheerful ex cept when he was discussing his nrob- lems with Lenore. Strangely enough, it did not occur to me to be Jealous ol my littve protege. I took it for granteu that Peter's congeniality with her was purely mental. Lenore did her work splendidly, but she got into the habit of following me : arouna tne nouse wisttuiiy and assur- n., m. .win .n.3 .94I,. t,s. ..l. ...ai.I '" . . w oe,aaci . anC ww,. never forget how much she owed to me. " "Methinks the lady doth protest too much.' " I ssjd one day laughingly. Lenore's wonderful Dlue eyes flooded with tears and their pansy softness startled even me as their beauty flashed on my consciousness. Oh. Mrs. Drayton I do mean It 1 want you always to remember it, I'm grateful, grateful to you and I'd be willing to die to show it I wouldn't ever do you any harm In the world. I I Oh. life is so hard" and effi cient little Lenore fled wildly from the room For several weeks Peter had been ; greats worried over the case of M-i-i rlon Farley. His chum's sister baa I taken htr unhappy marriage ana divorce from Harvey Blake "verv trai;i Ically. She had sought forgetfulriess a'Kl her woes in drink. At ffrst she haa taken merely a few cocktails or .Tn oc casional mgnDall in public men ane nad taicen so many drinKs .. t. v.-j . .' . J7r' .... nd -'' lVsh." had wrawn 'rom a critical and censorious world and had become that traeic and dan- j serous things " a secret drinker " Xrylnc To Save Marlon. Peter was crivine- bin mnsr .nmcET efforts to, saving Jim Farley's sister. In my pit for the once beautiful wo man who was wreckin? her loneliness and her life. I was not jejalous of Peter's efforts tn Marion's behalf but I could not help him with much per sonal sympathy To me she was a woman I had never liked not a case. Lenore had shonn the greatest in terest 111 the case of Marlon KarleV and on the er evening after her dec laration of loyalty to me and th strange breakdown that followed it she came, to us with a suggestion - "Doctor Dra ton, I want to do some thing that I hope you and your wife EL PASO THS PASS Don't PASS KeeviFs If Yon Want the BEST DUTCH LUNCHES, BUDYEISER AND LEMP'S STANDARD 520 N. Stanton Phone 105 rugawLim" .U'TilfHJWr-WW BANKING BY MAIL Just as easy to operi a savings account with us as though you lived next door. WE PAY 4 per cent Interest, compounded Twice Every Tear. We do business under the Depositor's Guaranty Law of the State of Texas and are a Guaranty Fund Bank as provided by such Law. Our plan, in addition to betng convenient, is cafe, profitable and liberal Nobody has ever lost a dollar in a State bank in.Texas Write today for our free booklet. "BANKING BY MAIL." You simply mail your deposit EI Paso Bank & Trust Go., EI Paso, Texas by the Wife Doctor's Wife will approve I want to leave here i .. . aanlavn Pa-ta-r anil 1 bBll ' Almost in unison Peter and 1 began to protest, but pansy-faced Lenore went m with swift firmness. "Little Peter- kin is all right now. and Dorothys ft.'? Sr to 'her mother"- You won t take her motners love, Lenore. She'll come back to mc Heal love is loyal. It always goes home to roost," I said lightly. Lenore looked at me almost sadly ad shook her head. Peter was silent. i intently watching Lenore. "No, I cavi no any good if i swj 1 and I might be able to ty going. Something in that strange little sen- itnce causnt my iiunuuii. mn ... sharpened senses I heard Peter's re ply. "I'll miss ou, little Lenore I'll miss you. . . . But perhaps it win no better for you to go. In arrange with i Marion tomorrow. Only don't make C l oau, 'oik, lit iv. ,ii j ww. ! 1t L-..-1.... ll ... I... ...l.t. ..a., TROOP M, OF EIGHTH, BEATS CO. H. OF 20th j Troop M of the Eighth cavalry won two ' f-imtt from company H of the 20th Infantry j in iav wwtou cvDirsts ai rorx jdiiso. ju Saturday, the trooper won. 1 to 9. In 19 inning. while they repeated the medicine on Sunday, 14 to 4. in a five Inning contest. BentJey pitched for the troopers on Sun day and fanned eight batters wit hoot iswu tnft a. para. Ureennell pitched well bat had poor support. King clouted a home run with two on bases. Campbell hit for three bases with the bags fall and also scored two men whe were on bases when he hit a clean sinfcle. The lineups were as follows: Troop M Geratner. lb; Holtz. c. Bentley, p. and ss: Foley. lb, Klug- so. and p. Flamn, . lb MoHey. If; Hoge. cf: Campbell, rf. rm . U -Uwwu. " - - - - h Tiw1r. ' .uiHiiiy -niswac -. sj-amjvM. -. er. lb. Talor. rf: Kelly, lb; Gobac, as. Hall, cf : Blythe, If: Greeawell. p. Dobbin acted as official scorer. Troop M would like to arrange games with teams in the vicinity of El Paso, par ticularly with teams from the Sixth and ICth Infantry. Address all communication to Pat Foley, manager. Troop H baseball team. Eighth cavalry. TKXA LEAGVE PI,XXIXO C1IANGK 1'OK 1016 CIRCUIT Dallas. Texas. Oct. 25. Walter Morris, of Fort TVor-h. formerly manscer of the Port Worth 'team, was elected president ol tne Texas Baseball league here Sunday The 1915 championship was awarded formally to j Waco Possibilities of a chance ia tb-a eir- I rni vr forecast when It was j that the Beaumoat elab was for sale. cr Us For Klectrlcal Fixtures to harmonise with your interior dec orations. Kl Paso Bleetrical Supply Co. J. B. Binkley. Mgr. 34 Myrtle. Opposite City Hall mrK. Advertisement. An ideal drink is found in Teller's Tea. Fragrant delicious and or uni form quality. Tetter's Tea is abso lutely pure and guaranteed to contain no coloring matter. Advertisement. Clean coal and full weight are of more importance than price. R. C Semple. successor Southwestern Fuel Co. Phone 531. Advertisement. Ek-ko Alcohol Lamps with canned heat. While they last at 35 cents per outfit. Potter Drug Company. Phones 37-3S(. Advertisement. Do not be deceived, winter is here and so are we. R. C Semple, successor Southwestern Fuel company. Phone 531. Advertisement. Order Sulzberger's Majestic Ham or Bacon today for breakfast tomorrow. "Deliciously Different." Adv. ON YOT-R NEXT SUIT Oar Salts at 15 are regular ICO values. ViCTOR HAT & CLOTHING CO. Corner Mrsa fc San Antonio. THE HOME OF Holeproof Hosiery for Men, Women and Children. BRYAN BR05. San Antonio t Orcein- n ot 1U. Vi ithout us consent and leaies it 1 ? a i n s t bis mil. He pays for most that he gets. He jet a some things that he did not pay for. He gets value received in our office. It costs just One dollar to try any treatment he may need and nothing to be examined and get our opinion. We produce the goods or we would not be in business so many years. DR. BRONSON German-American Doctors Cor, Texas and Mesa. Be sure and get front offices. rlirr1r"rMr; m rtnts into tliw Catarrh a Blood S. S. S. Drives Because Catarrh affects the nose and throat, causing sores in tke nostrils, stoppage of air-passages and gathering in the throat, it has bcsn common prac tice to treat Catarrh by lotion washes and sprays applied to these parts. This mode of treatment is entirely wrong. jt , give permanent relief, and ,' -H- to irritate and aggravate the - irounie. laiarrii cannot be trineu wiin. It allowed to run on it will disease the L onchial tubes, settle on the runs, the stomach indeed it it a very serious dis ease. Don't treat it locally. The fact that it causes headaches is proof that it is caused by impure and diseased blood. The one treatment that has proved ef fective in the treatment of Catarrh is r To the Panhandle Country Leave Bl Paso G(20 a. m. Arrive Sweetwater 3U p. m. Leave Sweetwater 12:35 night Arrlie Snyder 1:50 a. m. Arrive Lubbock S:0S a. m. Arrive Platnvlew 9 a. m. Arrive Canyon 1IC0 a. m. Arrive marillo 11:53 a. m. oaf -". imariuo i:5w a. m. II B Chair Cars. 3) s AffF5,;OD.F5S N i B0RDER.LAND AUTO SU?PLYCa LEE TIR ES THE QUALITY TIKE CADILLAC SALES COMPANY E. P. ft S. W. BLD6. PHONE 5105 EL PASO OVERLAND AUTO CO. Overland Automobiles and Willys Trucks 120-122 SAN FRANCISCO STREET. J rrnrr, Oakland FISK RED TOP NON-SKIDS 50R FORDS, 5,000 MILE GUARANTEE" WESTERN MOTOR SUPPLY CO. " 318 San Francisco St. WINTON SIX M&& TUB Ml of '18 W. 11. THE NEW ORDINANCE EFFECTING ow iv I We will cwmen. inem to comply by AATIOAL TELKGRAPIIOXE AND SUPPLY CO. Phone 759 RAILROAD AND AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLES All trains arrive and depart from Onion Itlon. foot of Kn Prsarisca .n-..r ill i rtauon. foot ot San Praadseo street. All arrivals and departure, elva U. Q Po or mountain standard-time. SAXTA FE. For AlboQuerqae. Denver. Chicago. Lot Angeles Lr 8:S a. m. and S:M p. m. From Albuquerque. Denver. Cbteago. Los Angeles Ar. IS a. m. and : p. m. EL TAfeO i SOCTmVBSTEBX. (Western Division). For Arlsoom and Soaora, Lr. 2:55 p. m. and ;.S p. m. From Arizona aod Soaora Ar. 1:0 a. nv and 1.49 p. m. (Eastern Division). For Kansas City. St- Louis and Chicago Lr 1:55 p. m. and 4:t p. m. For Tncnmcarl Lv. 7:M a. m. From Chicago. St. Loots and Kaasas City Ar. 6:30 a. m. and 2:10 p. m. From Tucoracari Ar. 7:Yt p. m. G. IL & S. A. AND S. P. TRATN8. For San Antonio. New Orleans acd Wash ington Lr. SMS a. ra. and 10:M p. m. From Washington. New Orleans and San Antonio Ar. a:M p. m. and 1 p. m. For Arisona and California Lv. (:! a. m.. p m. and 19:15 p. m. From Arizona sad California Ar. till a. m 4:39 p. m. and 19 p. m. TEXAS Jt PACIFIC. For Dallas and St. Louis Lv. t:M a. m, 7 99 p. m. From St. Loins and Dsbis Ar. t:4S a. m.. 935 p. m. MEXICAN CENTRAL. For AguaseaueBtea and tntvrmedlata points Lv Jaarez at S p. m. From AgnasealleBtes and tatermsdlata points Ar. Jaarez 7:39 a. m. MEXICO NORTH WESTERN. For Pearson and tatermedtate petats Lv. Juares Mondays aad Thursdays at t a m. From Pearson Ar. Jaarss S p. ra. Wed nesdays and Fridays. 1 ROSWELL-ALAMOCORDO PASSENOER AND EXTRESS LINE. Automobiles leave Alamogordo for Roa- I ell at 7.39 a. m.. arrive at Rorweil at S:9 I well P. M. "VestbouBd automakUes leave Ros- iwell for Alamogordo n I H a. X. Arrive a- Alamogordo at 4:13 P M. Steps an made at the following points Ptcaeho. Tlonle. Hondo. Saa Patrldw. Olen I Coe. White Mt- Ian. Meseslera. Beat. Tula rosa, LA XSL Tbroagh fare one way 111 99. Interme diate points 3e per mil. Tweaty-flve peerids baggage carried free. Svtssa le per pound. Telephone No. 22 or No M Roswell: 49 or 43 Alamogordo. Bert Browning. Goat Mgr. Roewell. New Mszlea MAKFA-FORT DAVIS AUTO MAIL LI.NE. Leaves Fort Davis dail. and AihUtc t m 1 Leaves Marfa ..3 p.m. , One way. 33.59: round trip. St.99. G. TV. Davis. Prop. 1 UICEOK POTEL AND AOTO LINE. -I Bngle. N. 5L Trips to Elephant Butte and Paloinaa , Springs. Cars meet all trains. BLACK RANGK AUTO STAGE AND .' EXPRESS LINE. Passenger service, leaving tori, sad Chloride dally except Sunday. I La fat ' Elephant Butte. Cucbillo. Willow Springs. I and Falrvlew Through fare ose way. St. I Intermediate points. 19c per raue. Bag gage carried 99 pounds free, excess 1 eents per pound. rn - mLJr ji - m . IS k2b 9. JBl B .- as Sm .C Disease It From Your System S. S. S, K is the greatest blood purifier and -blood tonic known. It Telievea the cause of catarrh by the process of re nourishing the blooi, renewing its strength and vigor, giving new life to the-red blood corpuscles, and stimulat ing the flow so that it has the vitality to throw off the poison and germs from the system. It is literally a blood batH. You quickly leel results. Headaches disappear, the jratlu'nnjr in the thro.it stops, the nootrils hH.il before you hardly realize it j ou .ire elL S. S. S. is a natural blood tonic and has proven effective in the treatment of all blood aifections. Eczema, tetters, rash, Scrof ula. Ge1 S. S. S. at yo r druggist's. Jf you need special advice write the S. S. S. Ce Atlanta, lia. Advertisement. it Tex. & Pac. Ry. Dining Cars. Pullman Cars. Chair Cars. PLA1S ASD PCXCTCHE PROOF COItXER. MYRTXE AXD KAXSAS Oakland Auto Sales Co. FACTORY DISTBI3UTORS 407-180-411 Myrtle Avenue. A. II. ELMORE. Mgr. Tel 1143 El Paso Auto Sales Co. S bouthnestern Garase. 110 N. Kansas M MARSH. MGR. Pbone GBS8 HEADLIGHTS OF AUTOMOBILES EVPFrr. our new process for ,L9 per pair 9ES--V' 1 VIA lasjrrjf n a. feiardon. Mgr. 317 sous street- . big SPRINGS. IiirESA. TFT Airninp I t. .1SMJ'V.IctAI,Tu " I Tmw. -m. w. ..-T.-TZT" . " . irSvffSwsaff S5r. jp.ira.en. at ii noon, returning to B.J Sprtntn- same day at 5 p. m. 33.59 one way 3C99 round trip CordlH Jt Smith. Props Big Springs. Tex. BUENA riSTA-OHTEGO STAGE LINE f.0!?0 Jrp d,'T "xcept Sunday) ona way '1-3. Meet all Orient trains at Owego. - C Marshall. Owner. TULAKOSA-MBSCALBKO Auto leaves Tularosa for Mes.alere da'Iy 33 round trip; tars to Alarasgordo 32. D. W. SboemaLer Auto line. Tularosa. N. M. SIHEK CITT MOGOLLON STAGE LINE. One May S7JS6; Hound Trip $13.00. Stanley Stsuur. 13 Passenger Car. Wire or writs for reservation. Eight years experience Mwsouon -Road. Frank Tewnsesd. P. O. Box 793 PfcOBO 243. Silver City LAS CRDCBS AOTO LINE. FOR MBSILLA VALLET POINTS. Leaves Herald office each tieek day at 2:1s p. m. Fares from El Paso to Caa-no 3 .75 ABIBOSy L0 vm? """. 3-2i vaoo ................ ................ 1.5o rf ?" ..... 1.75 Mesflla Park 2.99 Las Craces .ao Leaves Las Craces Drug Co. for Bl Paso at 5. p m. dairy LAKE VALLEY. IIILLSBOEO AND KINO. STON AUTO STAGE AND EXPRESS LLVK Meets all trains at Lais Valley. Wire at my exnens for special trips any. wnsrs at any rime. Rates reasonable. F. IV. MISTER. wiisooro. ri. X. JbUNA 13TAJRASD FALLS AUTO LINE 5on"u ,riP dsily (except Sunday) on way 32.99. will go anyvnere. any time. J. W Brown. Owner. GLOBE TO PHOENIX. Bight hoars. Via Roosevelt dam. Leaves "r"""w" owisi. uiowe. aany. s:39 a. m. ... rmvsix : p. m. pars lis. reset-anas la admuw. Males OWa iwlley Anlo Stage Llae. Globe. Aria. R0SWELL-CABCI2OZ0 HAIL UNE. Paasenger sarvlce leavlag both RoswaU aad Camxczo dally and Saaday at a. m. Ir Plcaeho. Tlnale. Hondo. Lincoln. Ft. Staatca. Capltan and NogaL Through far. oas way. 3.49l iBterme djate points at te pet mDe. Baggage car ried up to 175 pounds. u pounds free. Bxcess at le per pen ad. Rosn-erl Aato Co. . Owners aad Operators. EL PAM1-LA MESA AUTO LINE. UTPER VALLKY. WEST SH1E. IIRRAI.11 nRMVftRV Leaves Herald office each weak day at 4-99 p. ro. Fares from El Paso to the fol tewing points are as follows. Lannni'o La Union stors Chambeiino ... 3 75 L09 .... 1.35 Ml Car leaxes La Mesa for Bl Pase at"8 a. m. dally Telephone 343. La Mesa. N. M. K. T. HrwHt. 1.(9 s: m um; neraiu Wdnt ACIS 1 1' "-aid Wan Ada.