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HUH PUSS FIB AUTO PARADE !"I" ATHLETIC IILEM
MERGHAKTS PLSWH0VELDISPU1YS, GLASSESGROW: PLAY MINERS
Decoration Committee is Busy and Has Arranged for
All Streets Leading to Pioneer Plaza to be Decorated
for at Least Two Blocks, While Several Streets
Will Be Decorated in Automobile District.
nv
-j- RADi; night is
going to be the
L real big" time of "El Paso Auto---
moDiIe wwi," Judging from the
r ports that hare been made br the pa
rade committee, which is in charge ot
the affair H. K. Bernard has been lin-
mg up handsome prizes by the dozen J
while his chief lieutenant. II M Gilles
pie has been looking after the displays
that ire to be made by the local com
mercial houses.
On Monday morning Mr Gillespie had
a rail from the window display artist
of the Popular, who vrb accompanied
!t a couple of his assistants. They
w jnted to arrange for a huge truck to
rrake a big display for the Popular
store
That matter was quickly arranged
and then Mr Gillespie was told of the
manner in which A. Schwartz, of the
Popular, had gone Into things. Mr.
Schwartz had called In his display
artist and told him to arrange for a
handsomelv decorated truck.
' What's the limit for cost"" was the
ltiery of the head of the department
store,
t"hat will be the cost of a really
good display" countered Mr. Schwartz.
Oh, around $zW," was the reply
Go ahead." wa,s the order. "We want
a sood display for this is going to be a
big affair"
Vnd other merchants are showing the
same interest in the parade.
Other Klrm Interested.
The display of Krakauer. ork &
Tkloye will take the form of a big elec
tric generating plant on one of their
huge trucks A gasoline motor will
furnish the power to run the generator
and the whole truck will be a mass of
electric lights. Show week is also na-
QUI1
TS RING WHILE
THE GOING IS GOOD
( Continued from Previous Page.)
quit the game for ail time The reason
I write you is that I had previously
notified you that I intended soinfr east
fn-r M-.m i-nntrh hnt nov it is all riff
I know that I am not myself any !
.l UljreU '
more that is, from
a boxing stand- I
point and that is the reason I am !
go'ng to .quit for good. lam not , going
to do like a lot ot toe ooys inai is. i
stick to the game until they are beaten
to pieces. I have secured a good posi-
lioi which I intend to take early in
November and then I will content my-
self by gome to see others box
stead of being In the roped arena raj
self I want to say that in quitting the
game. I am doing so without ever hav
ing fouled a man In the ring, or hav
ing mixed up In any crooked deal. I
liked the game very much and will al
ways be ready to support it. I see no
reason why there should be any op
1 osition to the boxing game as it is
cmducted nowadays, and I am going to
be one big booster for it. I want to
Thank mv friends for many kind things
in the past, while I have been In the
ame and I want also to say a good
wort1 for the new Boxing association. I
think it could help the game a great
Ue-1 and it surely needs an organization
of that kind to keep it clean, other
wise it is liable to go the way of the
wrestling game. '
Are you entirely satisfied with yourself and each
day's work and can you retire at the close of the
day with the satisfying knowledge of efforts well
spent?
Do you save something each day and thus provide
for your future? If you have not already begun
to save, begin now. Come out on the positive side
today and make a start.
We pay 4 compouisd interest on savings deposits.
$1.00 opens, an account.
American Trust and Savings Bank
"ETERVBODrS BIMv"
MICHELIN
ANNOUNCES
THE
New Universal Tread Casino
ft
A real advance in
Tire Making
One Quality Only
The Best
C. D. FREEMAN, Distributor
314 Mesa Ave., Phone 314
"HECK
tional electric week and the display at
me oig naraware nouse win nt in verj
nicely
The actual work of decoration is un
der way at the showrooms of the
Sason Motor Car company, where the
decorators started work on Hondar
morning Other showrooms will be
turned over to the decorators before
the ned of this week.
Finns: "obby Trend" Diip!ny.,
B. Rush Person, of the Quick Tire Ser
vice, read an account of a huge "nobby
tread" built of wood and standing -
feet high, which was used in a parade
at Sracuse. X. Y., recently, and now
he Is wondering whether It will be pos
sible for him to get one built here for
the El Paso parade The Syracuse
"tire" was announced as the biggest in
the world, and Mr Person states that
if he builds one here, it will be at least
six inches higher than the one In S re
cuse, for he Is determined that El Paso
shall not take second place In any
thing. Joe Bukey, of the "Western Motor
Supply company, is again back at his
desk and is showing considerable in
terest in "Automobile week." It is like
ly that there will be something unique
about the "Time to re-tire" stunt for
the Fisk distributors.
Who IMH Be llarrledr
So far. no couple has come forward
to take the offer of $50 of furniture as
a reward for being married bv the Jus
tice of the "automobile court" on one
of the trucks in the big parade.
The J'coration committee has also
been busy and has arranged for all
streets leading to the Pic-deer plaza to
be decorated for two blocks at least
from the headquarters, while several
of the streets will be decorated
throughout the automobile district.
DUNDEE OUTPOINTS
RIVERS, 10 ROUNDS
Milwaukee. "Wis.. Xov
Johnnv !
Dundee, New York lightweight boxer,
outpointed Joe River, of California, by
a slight shade in a 10 round, no-decision
boxing contest Monday night, according
to a majority or local sporting writers.
Some loiu: time regular natrons of
long time regular patrons
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The contest was furious fromsUrt to ,
from one to the other as telling blows
were landed. Dundee's principal at-
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SSJ - T?? - ,h, v-Vnrl.f tJL1'
S1" "? f "? JJS5
Miwna niui icu jaus. xsuuucv ifcaicu
to land a terrible left In the seventh
that caused Rivers to either slip or I
MthISh1i,IiJan I
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ance of the round. i
The various rounds were pretty much
alike with apparently little advantage
for either fighter though Dundee was
a little more aggressive than Rivers
and seems slightly stronger at the fin
ish. Freddie 'Welsh, lightweight cham
pion, expressed his willingness to meet
the winner, according to a telegram
read from the rinc
The good old fashioned flavor "De
licioasly Different," Sulzberger's Majes
tic Ham and Bacon. Phone j our Dealer
Adr
mu jC,
Show Increase in Numbers
of Those Working in-the
Physical Department.
The mouth of October in the Y. M C. .
A. physical department shows a splen- i
did condition, especially in the men's j
section, according to figures just sub- ,
mitted by physical director A-1. Holm
Ownn.ui.in. T . An.1 A ..nA i
I ' (VI UHOrt.1515 ,
t i ... ti --;
ouaincas men .. ... . zza "
Regulars :. KS
Specialties 11
Basketball SS
Special groups
Total for men 880
I Older boys 11
employed boys Z71
Younger boys SIS
Preparatory 349
Leaders (3
Total for boys 101S
Total for men and boys. .IMS
318
SIS ,
:m
Volley Ball Increases Attendance.
The greatest increase In the men's
figures camb through the special volley
ball, played Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday In time this will cut down
the attendance at the Monday. Wednes
day and Friday business men's classes,
but will add to the amount of work
each man will get, for heretofore the
classes have been too crowded. The
most satisfactory increase has been in
the young men's regular "gym" class,
which has shown a verj healthy
growth. The increase in basketball, due
to the organization of the Church
league, more than offsets the loss due
to not continuing the football team.
Boytt Classes Reduced.
As to the boys attendance, the
physical training in the grade and high
schools interfered with the attendance
of, some classes, but the reducing of the
preparatory boys from three to two
classes per week this year, necessary
because of the exceedingly crowded
gjmnasium schedule, is also a large
factor. Then the change in the high
school schedule aryt hours almost elim
inated the ohler bovs at first, but that
class is coming on better now The em
ployed boys group is practically an en
tirely new one this ear. and has been
"finding itself" this month. The first
three sessions at erased, 1 in attend
ance, the last three averaging- IS
TIia vmin! hAii and Ihit niMnn.
tory classes are much stronger than last
away above those of last jear, both in
attendance and interest.
SOLDIERS DEFEAT
BRITON'S ELEVEN
Senior soccer made Its debut at Camp j
c on Sunday afternoon, when a
big crowd of enthusiatsic fans saw the
team from the 16th infantry defeat the
United Empire club four goals to nil.
in an exciting contest.
The soldiers had several good men
who had nlaved in the St Louis league
J tBTxj a bovs. 1""" " """""
Efforts are now being made to or-
ers wno re interested are invited to
., . .., .th htv nv. ti9
Alamoeordo street. His phone number
is 3438 J
11 RIDERS START
fi-TV BIKE RACE
Boston. Mass.. Nov 9 -Eleven riders.
reDresenting as many teams, started the
n rrtKf tti i
annual six day bike race, on the arena
tournament Monda) The teams will
ride 10 hours each da
The are
Alfred Grenda. the Tasmania!, and
Fred Hill of Watertown. McNamaraand
Spears Veeri and Corej , Grim
and Linart Bedell and Magin, Cameron
and Kaiser"Root and Hanley. Walthour
and Carman Dupuy and Moran Raton
and Madden Sullian and Hoi brook.
BUFFALO ABOUT TO LOSE
FEDERAL LEAGUE FRANCHISE
Tliiff!lt X V. Kov. 9 William E.
! Robertson, president of the local Fed
eral league baseball club, admitted
Monday night that the $l0.0o neces
sary to hold the Federal league fran
chise in Buffalo another year had not
been raised.
President Robertson started for In
dianapolis, however, with the an
nounced intention of trying to persuade
the officials ofthe league to give Buf
falo another trial.
YOLG UE VTEMj
WS FROM 1 0AKUM; FOUI.
Denver, Colo, oXv . Young Abe
Attell won the decision here Monday
night over Stanley Yoakum on a foul
in the eighth round of a scheduled IS
round contest.
Attell was said by sporting writers
to have had the advantage in the fight
ing. ERTLi: OUTPOINT FRRBDMW.
New York. Nov 9 Johnny Ertle of
St. Paul, who recently won on a foul
from the bantamweight titleholder.
"Kid" Williams. Monday night out
pointed Abe Freedman of New York,
who held the New York state amateur
bantamweight title last winter.
CUB I.EAUKRS Will. INM'KCT
TItAIMNG SITKi BOOK G IMS'!
Chicago. I1L. Oct. 8 President i
Thomas ana manager uresnanan 01 me
Cubs left Monday afternoon for Flor
ida to inspect sites for a training camp,
and to book training trip games.
RIV rnEIENTS IlCING.
Kan Francisco. Calif- Nov. 9 lloD-
i day's program of harness racing at the
fanama-facinc exposition irac& w
called off because of rain
FOOTII4I.Ii RHSUI!T..
At Houston, Tex. Rice Institute, 7:
Texas A. and M , 6
At Waco. Tei Sewanee. IS. Bay
lor. 3.
The Daily Novelette
MITFIL MITIK.
Pot yoar best foot fonvnrd. nnd the
world won't notice thnt joo limp with
the other one. Prof. Simp.
ARTIE PIEDMONT stood dlscon
solantl outside the stage door
, ot the Lightfoota Theater, lorts
inc for Just a glance at the bealeous
Florella Bierbaum.
With no money even to buy flowers
for her, he knew he stood no chance,
but a glance at her would be some
thing. A long gentleman strode up and
knocked at the door.
"Here." he told the doorkeeper, "give
this J JO bunch of orchids to Miss Bier
baum. No, no card, she'll know who
sent 'em "
And he walked off and a middle sized
gentleman strolled up and knocked and
handed in a lovely 40 cluster of hot
house spishroses."
"For Miss Bierbaum she'll know
who they re from." he said, and de
parted, and eftsoon a short gentleman
bearing lllies-of-the-hilllop made his
appearance
'Give this JSD boquet to Miss Bier
baum she'll know where they came
from," he told the doorkeeper.
Artie Piedmont knocked and handed
the doorkeeper his card
"Tell Miss Bierbaum thats the card
of the man ft ho sent the three bou
quets ' he said, and the loeh Florella
was so tou hci iml plTica it his de
otion that when he pi. rented himself
To her after the perform met Oie lei
him walk all the was home with her.
Both Teams Playing Good
Grade of Football; Big
Crowd is Expected.
Fourth field artillerv and the School
of Mines will entertain the football
fans at Rio Grande park on Wednes
day afternoon, the game being called
at 2 30 oclock. These teams hate been
playing a remarkably good brand of
football this year and the game is sure
275 t uraw a oig crowu. iae arnuery
j ' men have arranged to have their band
... f present and have also organized a root
j.i ' ing brigade, so the contest will have
s- the sal or of a college contest.
i Though the Schol of Mines is a small
j institution, coach T J Dwyer has suc-
t ceded in turning out a corking good
6! eleven, and their showing against the
1C5 J soldiers in a recent game encourages
293 their suDDorters to look for a victory.
though a close score is anticipated. ,
) I.leut. Harris Coarhea Soldiers.
The soldiers are coached by Lieut.
R. Harris, vtho is also team captain,
and he stated on Monday afternoon i
nis team was in ine near possioie
condition for a hard game.
Some spectacular plays have been
worked out by coach Harris and he
plans to show the fans some sensa
tional football. The miners' coach
stated that he preferred to let the
work of the team stand for the talking
and hinted that his men would not be
on the short end of the score on Wed
nesda afternoon.
Slop Thief" Cry Halts
Bashful Bridegroom and
He Is Led To the Altar
Chicago. I1L. Nov 9 On the point of
getting a marriage license at the city
hall Monday, Steven McBett's nerve
failed him and he fled toward the
street at top speed. His intended bride,
Mrs. Marie Alphonso, prevented his
escape.
"Stop that man. he's got my pocket
book." she screamed.
McBett was captured by a patrolman
and taken to the central station, where
the woman broke down. "He's not a
thief " she confessed, "but I know If he
got away now he'd never get this close
again. "
Later the couple got the license and
started for the church.
DAILY RECORD
Kaildinr rrrmlts.
Jo A. R. Xeaca. to erect u adobe at
Onrmzno ud Grama streets. tlmatd CM
To P Martinez t veneer adobe and
make general repairs oa lot 1. Mark st
cimDblltioiH.t!i
-JT
lell addition, estimated ena c-ia
Fetedta Xavea. ta fanlM an ilk. ..
391 San Antrate street. aaUmated cost J1S.
To Pedro Maeae. to balld a frame iVrace
- . rww ium, esiiHMiea eaat Si.
Herd Filed.
J Northern corner of Alameda avenue and
Cebada street Sam Stotler to Vincent sal
. vim lota 1. 2 and 3. Mock 21. East El aao
j-addition; consideration J;l. November S,
J 1915
W eat side of Batrella street between White
Oaks and Oro street Kate C Hartnett to J.
S. Davis. Iota J and It. stock 7. Eaat El
Paso addition, consideration 3M. October
29 1114.
Northeast corner ot McKleler avease and
Alabama street J R. Pnrcell to H. M.
Tonne let K. btork 29. Unitary lieicnta ad
dition II and other coaaideraUen. November
1. HI 5
Northwest corner of Overland and Chl-
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: - -. - .. .... .-HK.. .,
nterest
in a tract HiHS feet, block 31 Mills map
harinr a frontage of feet on Overland
street, consideration t27s. November t. 191S.
North side of California street between
OctavU and Noble streets Anderson-Filler
Investment company to Fhoenli-Kl Pase
Building company, eaat five feet of lot IS.
all lot 4 and the west ten feet of lot 47.
block 293. Pleree-Finley addition, considera
tion IliM November 3. 191S.
South side of Arizona street, between Dal
las and Hnttoa streets Ance Fltipatriek to
J D Russell, lots 2 and 25. block . Golden
Hill addition, consideration I8. November
. 1915
Lots In El Paso Heights addition El Paso
Heights Investment company to Lots Bate,
lota 9 and It. block 47. El Paso Heights addi
tion consideration lilt. May 24. 1913.
Automobile Licenced.
4398 Joaquin Sanabrla, live passenger
Studebaker
4St9 Elk Soap company, 335 Ioa street,
two passenger Ford.
4819 P H. Boadreaax. 3(19 Alamogerdo
street seven passenger Wlaten.
411 J C. McElrey, 32t Fort Boalevard:
Ford track.
4912 Jesus Torres. Jr. MS North El Paso
street Mead motorcycle
4S13 T F Jonah. 2413 Louisville street:
five passenger Ford.
4814 J M. Armljo. Hit North El Paso
street, five passenger C&aimers.
4815 L. D Tatea. hotel McCoy, two pass
enger ForJ
481C V. w Harvey. 313 Cedar street.
Ford track.
TIm..1 In WmA
1 Emlllo Cachu to Monica Banuetos.
Julius H. Phillips to Krmon L. Smith.
Death.
Margarita Saldlvar. 1112 South Hill street.
Nov ember- V aged one year
Luis J Sorine. November s. aged .9 years,
borial Concordia cemetery. November 7
Sylveatre Carraseo. 912 South St. Vraln
street November 6, aged 73 years, burial
rVineneilla fB.frw ViMil.r 7
Atanacio Palaclos. 9t East Mlssesrl
street November 7, aged St years, burial t
Concordia cemetery November 8
Mary Elisabeth Rogers. Its CHff street.
November C aged two years, burial Ever
green cemetery November 8.
Births Girls.
To Mrs. Adolfo Aguilar, 491 Tays street.
November 4.
To Mrs. W e Peace. 2711 McKinley ave
nue November 1
To Mrs. J. u Sperry. 1119 North Virginia
street November 2.
To Mrs. Jose Gonzales. 312 Third street
October 21
To Mrs. Jeins V. de la Baea. 1913 Ninth
atreac. October 15
To Mrs. Florentine R. Aeoata, SlSti Sooth i
Kansas street. November 2.
To Mrs. Ramon Domuguez. 91t Leon
street, November 7
To Mrs. Vlctorlsna Eseantega, 37tl East
San Antonio street, October 2C
Births Both.
To Mrs. H. K. Williams. Ill North Davis
street November 2.
To Mrs. Branllo Bera. 1M Tays street.
November s.
To Mrs. Pedro Geazalrx. 71: Sooth Flor
ence street, November 7.
MX good dealers will sell you Sulz
berger s Majestic Hams and Bacon.
"Dellclously Different." Adv.
Be it ever so humble there's no place
like home comfortably warmed with
coal from R. C Semple. successor to
Southwestern Fuel Co. Phono BJ1. Adv
n ideal drink Is round In Tetlej's I
Tea. Fragrant, delicious and of uni
form qualit) Tetleys Tea Is abso
lutely pure and guaranteed to contain
no coloring matter Advertisement.
THE NEW
2 for 25c CI3LLAI5
IT FJTS THE CRAVAT
GOTfrHC
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CUinT. PABODYa. CO.. Iwcmaatas I
SCOTTISH SITE
IB CUSS IF 57
Many Masons From Out of
City Taking Higher De
' grees; Eeunion Starts.
The JOth semi-annual reunion of the
bodies of the Scottish Rite of Free
masonrj in El Paso opened Monday
night at the Scottish Rite hall. 420 San
Antonio street, with a class of 17 can
didates. The fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh
degrees were conferred Monday night,
beginning at 7 p. m The lecture in
the seventh degree was delivered by
William Watkins. K C. C H, of Tu
cumcari. N. M. Tuesday morning the
eighth, ninth and tenth degrees were
conferred, and this afternoon the 11th,
12th and 13th Tonight the 11th de
gree, completing the ineffable series,
conferred b Mt- Franklin lodge of
Perfection, No 8.
Hose Croix Degrees.
Wednesday will be devoted to the
conferring of the Knights Rose Croix
degrees, or historical series, extending
from the loth to the 18th. inclusive
The degrees will be conferred by
Oasis chapter. Knights Rose Croix, No
3. The program Is as follows
8 a. m, Fifteenth degree. Knight of
the East, or Sword.
1 a. m. Sixteenth degree Prince of
Jerusalem.
1 p m Seventeenth degree. Knight
of the Bast and West.
I 30 p. m. Eighteenth degTee. Knight
of the Rose Croix.
The masters for thees degrees follow:
Fifteenth degree. J. W. Peak. ISth de
gree. L. A Kannapel, 17th degree, C
R. Trowbridge. 18th. R M. Whitaker
The class la considerably larger than
that of the April reunion and- numbers
57 While most of the candidates are
residents of the city, there are 13 from
various points in west Texas, and the
Panhandle, including Marfa. Sierra
Blanca. Bronnsvile. Saragosa. Sander
son, Amarillo, Midland. Monahans. Al
pine. Fabens and Odessa.
3Iemben of Class.
The class is as follows.
R. P Anderson E. M. Leach
J. H. Alberta R. G Lovell
A. L. Behrtnger . J C Moore
F E. Baker R. A. Morris
B. J Bwchanan. Harry Moore
Maria. Sierra Blanca
W. F. H. Bnnrew L. R. McCllntock
R. P. Church H. R. McCllntock
Victor Carusao W H. McConaieo
R. J. Colgate J Newberry
W B. Caateel Amarillo
J N Chllds P V Oatrom
Jeaae Dennett. L. E. Pratt
Brownsville. C H. Price
Dee Darts. Saragosa J M. Proctor
W. J Bast X. S. Perkins
J. W. Bast. Saaderso R. E. Petrass
G. L. Ftncham G. C Roberts
11 F. Feeback A. E Rowlands
A- T. ForateBd. E. B. Rogers
Amarillo C D Rtcker. Faben
1L M. Gottwald G. s. Thomson
F J. Garrett G N. Thomas
J M. GUmore. C. T. Wilson
Midland. Hugh Wright
A. V. Hndsec Henry WeUler
F V. Haven M. C. Williams
B. R. Hill. Mtnahana Odessa
W B. Hancock. F L. WiUUma
Alpine De K. D Smith
Herman Keith J C Schuller
A. If. Karstendick. J. B. McGlnley
Marfa. J J Raster
U. S. TO AID CHICAGO SCHOOLS
IN TEACHING 18,000 ALIENS
Chicago. BL Nov 3 Eighteen thousand
aliens are to be taught the dntlaa of'Tnlted
States citizenship In Chicago night schools.
The sveanmrrit js to cooperate with the city
school system.
R. F Christ, deputy commissioner of the
bureau ot naturalisation and W M. Roberts,
district superintendent of schoola. at a con
ference Monda decided to adopt a course
in civics and municipal government to be
taught In the night classes.
Dr Christ said his department was in
touch with similar work in Hi cities nrd
tnwas and that In the last year 254.es for
eigners took ont first citlxensblp papers and
that . filed their petitions.
NO PAIN
By the New Method of Dentistry
there is absolutely "0 PUN, in any
work upon the teeth We use 1
COC1IMS or any of its products.in
any fen
Latest and best achievements in
Dental Science a plate without a
roof, which does not interfere with
taste or speech Lisht, strong, dur
able ami beautiful. Can be made in
one day
Obtained Only Here.
AH. l OIIK C.l R VTi:ED
10 YKUtS IN -WRITING.
Full Sets of Teeth 7.30 up
Crown and Bridge Work,
per tooth . .... 5.00
Silver and Gold Fillings . SI. 00 np
New System Dentists
Old First National Bank BIdg.
Corner El Paso and San Antonio Sts.
Across the Street From the Entrance
of tbe Hotel Del Ttorte.
Spanish and German Spoken.
Open Elenlngn and Sunday Mornings
It costs a little more than some
other products, but when deal
ing with us. you get the best
there is and the very best of
service.
Do not fail to ghe us your
order.
THE VERY
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Im u iol inuuuti ur inc eb
J EL PASO E
i BMBY CO. I
S It costs a little more than some 1
I The Clean Dairy
EL PASO I
DA9RY CO. 1
1 Phone 340. 11
I
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ALSO more chews in each plug. The
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l
iByrfiillk Americans who know what real chewing J
liflllrtifii, tobacco is-chew 125,000,000 ten cent I
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a -SvMsSlmc&i. STAR uas awarded g
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Republic!
Tires I
SAXON SIX
Quick Tire Service
OPE E ERY
TIRES, (
TUBES 1
Tire Snadrle and
JU-JU Texas St.
i Second-hand Automobiles
Selllnrr gent for Kord. Bnlrk. Hudson. CadHlac, Hupmobile.
II. M. II VTCHER, Phone 73. 31s Texas Street.
TIRES
, MISSION' G4.RAGB CO, INC
Mills and Campbell Streets.
FREE QUICK llKE SERYICB
RAILROAD AND AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLES
All trains arrive and depart from Union
station, foot of San Francisco street. All
arrivals and departures slven in Bl Paso or
mountain standard time.
SANTA PE.
For Albuqueniue. Denver Chlcaao, Los
Ane-eles L.v til i. a and S OS n. m.
From Albuquerone. Denver Chicago: I.OS
Angeles- Ar le a. m and s 55 n. as.
EI. r.M Ol-TUlVBSTBK.
(Mettera Dirislon.)
For Arlsona and Soaora I.v. .55 p.
and . 1 B m.
From Arlsona and Sonera Ar T a. m.
and l.i p. m.
(Eastern Division.)
For Kansas City. St. Lents sad Chicago
L 1 55 p m. and 4 45 p. ns.
r or ivcsmcan i.v i urn a. m.
From OUc.ro. St. Lotus and Kansas City
Ar C 3 a m. and X M A
From Tucrumcari Ar 7 ! TX m.
G. IL & 8. A. AND S. P. TRAINS.
For San Antonio New Orleans and Wash
ington L 8 4S a. m. and 1 2 p. m.
From "Wa-hlngton, New Orleans and San
Antonio Ar . It p. m. and 1 p. m.
For Arizona and California Z,y. Ml a.
m. C p. m and le IS p. m.
From Arizona and Cattfernla Ar S 29
a m.. 4 3 p. m. and 1 p. m.
TEVAS t TaVCIFIC.
For Dallas and St. Lonis Lt t M a. rn..
7 M p m.
From St Louis and Dallas Ar 9 45 8.
m , 1 3. p rn
MKXICN CBNTKAIs.
For AfTuascalientes and Intermediate
points Lv Juarez at S p. m.
From Asuaacalletttes and intermediate
points Ar Jnares 7 a. m.
MEXICO AND NOKTll U13STERN.
For Prarson and Intermediate points I.v
Juarez Mondays and Thursdays at S a. m.
From Peamon Ar Juarex p. m. Wed
nesdays and Fridays.
KO$lVBLL-VIsAMOGOKnO rXssENGEU
M) KXrRKS LINE.
Aatomoblles leave Alamogordo for Ron-
well at 7 39 a m.. arrive at Roswell at S II I
p. m. 'Westbound automobile leave Roe-
well for Alamos;ordo at 7 to a. m. Arrle
at AitmOROrdo at i i p. m. stops
umiw mi tntF luiiowinc pmnu
Picacho Tlnnle. Hondo. Sen Patricio Glen
Coe, White Mt. Inn. Meacalero Bent. Tula-
rosa. La Ldz. "
Through fare one way $19 W Interme
diate points 8c per mile Twenty five pounds
basiraxe carried free Excess le per pound !
Telephone No 22 or No. sC4. Roswell. 4S
or 43 Alamocordo. j
-.a -k-t SfV.a.1 Vav '
xri i. aiun mn.
Genl Mirr
Roswell New Mexico
MARFA-TORT II WIS ATJTO MAIL LINE,
Leaves Fort Davis dally and Sttndays t a. m.
Leaves Marfa , . 3 p. m.
One way $2 SO round trip. S4 00
G. 1. IaTis. Procu
suck kangf rro stge and
EAPHESS LINE. .
Passenger service, tea vine Entrle and !
Chloride daily except Sunday at 7 a m for
Elephant Butte, Cuehlllo. Willow Springs.
and Fairvlew Throsfh fare one way is. .
intermediate points. lc per mile. Baa
s;as;e carried SO
pounds free, excess 3
cents per pound
senerald Want Ads
plug. Every STAR plug
10-ounce pouim.
who kftow what real chewing
is - chew 125,00,(H)0 ten cent
STAR cuts each year.
Won Who Chew Are Men Who DO
EL PASO RUBBER CO.
Acents For
TIRES
and Best Vnlcnnliinc Plant.
A 1. ! WORK CCA.RATEED
3SK Sooth EI Paso Street. Phone 2354
Hand-Made 5000 Miles Guarantee.
ELK ATJTO SUPPLY CO.,
560 MESA.
S7S5
ROVDSTER 393
See Them Today.
Saxon Motor Car Co, 33 Texas St.
Pbooe 7007.
520 Texas St.
All Sizes AH the Time.
UOITI ES TUB YEAR.
TnE EI. PASO AT7TO SlPPty COMPANY, fine.)
A. W. nutlet. Pres. w C. Slebke.
Wholesale ana RUu
CONGRESS, PULLMAN AND IMPERIAL
Soppt-es. Talcaalslnc.
Gasohne and Oils
Phone Sal
Everything
for Autos.
Guaranteed In Writing: MM Miles. Others Claim Quality
We Guarantee It All Adjustments Made Here.
Phone "97
HICKOK HOTEL AND AXTTO IXNK
Eaitle. N. 31.
Trips to Elephant Butte and Ta ij.s
Sprinjjs. Cars mm all trains
i DKJ SPRINGS. LVMItW. TEV, AFTO UM
i J Bl Sprlnja dally except Sunt' ay
a. III aiTtflnr JLaamotta i -.. y.
I amrcnocr at iz noon, returning t B
Spring same d-y at & p. m. Jt-t ,.ne u- "
I . round trip,
m- OenHHisimtli, Vnps.. Bir Sprioss. Tex.
: XI L.KOS.l-MfeV-CAUiKO.
i
J Anto leaves Tularo.sa for Meacalero djily
I round trip fare to lamogordo JJ.
r D. W . hsrmnher Anto Line.
I Tolarosa. X M.
I KTrr1,D mv1 ...... . ..
SII-5. HrnJ,GOIX LfTAGE 1XNB
I " "- " , S.HUUU ACH 7tl.l7V.
lay S7. Konnd Tnn stfM
ammimy steamer iz fasaenger Car
Ire or write for resarvatlon.
Elsht years experience Mocjollon Road.
Frank Toirnesd.
F O. Box 703 Phone 248.
Silver City
I-AS CKlCR's CT 1TNT
FOR MfiMUA ALUI1 POINTS.
laears Herald office each wees; day at
- 1 p m. Fares from El Paso to
Canutillo $ -
Anthony IM
Berino ........ . 1
-ulo .. -
) Mesquite mmrzni i
jaeuia 1-TlTK ... 2 01
Las Cruces -dy
Leases Lai Crm.es Drag Co. for El Fao
t 5 p. tn. dally
LAKE A LIaK. HILIBORO AND KXSG
STON WTO STVC.K VVW LXPKK&S LINK
Xects all trains at Lae alley
Ti-e at Hw e-cpenve U r special trine any
where at any time Rat,- reasonable
F w. MiyrEK,
HHlsboro X M.
GLOBE TO 1'HOLMX.
lCbt hours. Ma Roo;etlt dam. Lea cs
, Dominion hotel. Ulo be daily, S 30 a ri
Arrle Phoenix -. 30 p. m Fare JIj jiaNt
reerr..otta In advance
'
'
Gila alley Aat as line. Glie.
rlx.
KOS1VZLL-CARHIZOZO MAIL. LINE.
Pas--- naer sen ice lea.Inr both Roonell
in t ir-txoao diilv and Sunday at 8 a. in.
for Pi acho. Ttnme Hotit-o Lincoln Ft.
bt i in Cap! tan and Nogal
Tnrouch fare one wa is 4e Tnt ur n.
dute r nts at St per mtle BaKffaee nr
ried up to 175 pound v. 0 pounds fre.
Excels at 1c per pound
KaMfteH lute Co
0ner- and Operators.
kT1V-OL "MESA lTOLINE. "
rFri.lt UM T !sIDL.
HERLD DELIA LEY.
Leaves Herr'd uffi t m week day at
4 00 p. m F-re fr -i t so to the fo -
lotting points ae as fu r-
Caput ilio ... J " ,
I i Irn re ... 1
han t"enrt. . . . 1 3
I .i ' Ui
It M.- f r faso at
( daily
Telephone 34Z. La Mesa
N M
K. T. Hewitt.
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