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EL PASO HERALD
1J SPEED! USES AT HflTSPBflKS Hundreds of Racers Gather There For Meeting Which is to Open March 11. i, , . ,11. . i -n-lfli H"t spnnicH Ark. March S. With "itr iin fast horses now quartered in t-tablHS in the biff Ookland grounds, ' 'ailo.ulii of "speedera" booked to irrUt .Sunday from California, anil with -t leat 200 more horaes to oc- ' upy stalls already reserved for them, wlili h win be here next week, to a rtoUunK if the hundreds of head of rulnc stoik romlni; from the New Or leans track, all doubt haa been removed , r. i...r,linK this fenture of the biff race rue. t that ig scheduled to open one trl from today Saturday. March 11. , Ilorgea There 'Saw. ,4 Tt Ins become iuite a fad with vi ' m to ko to the track dally and see thf riss exerclRintt .T P Ammer rnin li.ig Bert I- Smokv Pan and T nn Head out. whi'e J O Bugsey Is hrr. mtii YorkiIle. Hfll and Harwood. Ij-1 Mwllck. owned bv V. C Oea rv hm -Un attratd considerable at t. t ti.,., i.n.1 ftie hroturht here by u. ihard, la imt without his ad- -he Will Corn O, horses from the Et lb iff I Timnn rman. and Ilrown 1 i in nlao anions the Oakland y n ,' .T J ir.in-r has brouBht to ' IF. I --1. inrs Elsn r.l(re. and II. H. I is it i here with Frank Onal. Lucky M ! ind Hootblark M i li ig the date get for the horsea t v ,e New Ot leans, and reserva ti hue been reoeled at Oaklawn ft n thi r-diowinjr owners of stables M alsh, W II Nevin. D II. 1 mm W Reld, V. J. Spiers. T. ' Mil n. ; H. Senn. A B Gordon, I It. V F. KlnK. P. 1 Baker. Munre, V. It Salee. T B. Klk ni J Huffman. W. I.. Hatehett. John 1 mil tlic TA Patomer St 'bleg. D E. -len.ntil 1 C Cain, J Tah -ptn, 1 Koienthal. W. A. Burtschell. Ne -a-da tncW T"arm Stables. G. H Hi nnea-pi-i H Hocran. J. E. Kamsev, J. J. M iiklrin II S Newman. W .1 Hur r. t T Broekmlller and W. H. Flier. ARMV POLOMEET HERE THREE DAYS pol liuiniment will be played at W ishmirton nirk Saturday. Sunany. "Mon i and ednegdav afternoons by the i t oui armv teams Musle will he pi .'I I ih. various re(ritnental bands ind iln r-i n omen will serve tea dur m. tin mli imissions. The games will r m it ' otloek i iii.1- Murdn the Flrh'h Infantry brl-l- i i,. . i win plnv the Ysl-tn team.' "i i .Li' tne 13th c.ialr team will! Tl ih. I'iBhth CHalr team Mixed Bill be selected for Monday's ni ind on Wednegdu the winners -- iiird's tramp will meet the wln r .if Sn"da's name to decide the im mnMiip or tn tournament T'i. nliveia from the 13'h cavalry n v ho are cotni'itf from Cnlrmbns. VI the last of this we-k. will be I i iii w Wes' Jr Lieut Horace Mic-li i'ow r. Lieut lOn P Lucas i .1 I i : i:'kln L Fr.n klin. " t ' 1 phth a alr team the play-.1- wiU In M-1 licurci' T I.-'nr-orne, ' it lutrt W Cramci Lieut George i- 1-iMin Td I lent K N H-rdy. Mi. I i h'l Tlira'le ten wil1 be com T -i I "t 1 nut W H impgoti, Lieut. ii w ill. Lieu 1 nris i: McCunnlff i,.l Tint S Peak. Digestive Troubles cause headache, biliousness, constipation, impure blood and other unpleasant symp- Y toms. If these troubles are neglected they weaken the body and open the way for serious illness. Many chronic diseases may be traced back to indigestion that could have been immediately relieved by Beecham's Pills. This well known home remedy has proven itself dependable, safe and speedy during sixty years' use. The fame of having a larger sale than any other med icine in the world proves the dependable, remedial value of PffI Isftrsett Sale of Any Medicine in the World Sold Everywhere. In boxes, 10c 25c Cured at Last "For several years past, I have been attacked, at times, with rheumatism. The attacks were often severe and prolonged. My worse spell was the latter part of 19 15. Much of the time it was barely possible for me to walk, on account of the in tense pain and' swollen condition of the lower limbs. I was assured that VITOLOX would cure me and that it was not injurious to the stomach as most rheumatic remedies are. I hae not yet taken the full course, but my rheumatism is certainly cured. I most heartily recommend it, for it can undoubtedly be relied upon to effect a cure." (Persons who m?y be mter-esf-d, can call this lady at her home on the North Side, phone 4487 W.) Stop at the Vitolox Booth, Herald's Cooking School, for circular, or to make enquiry of man in charge. I Entries Juarez Jockey Club 88lh Day, Saturday, March 4. First rac furlongs. -J'urse; two year oids. Four 7118 Cycleford . . . 106 71 Wand '.'!'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Il I "s waaieaovatl 116 7, 8ybl, " ;j7j ids. Trovato 110 I 7JI8 toulf stream'.' '.'.'.'.'.'. 105 , iltU) t-luanlta Frederick 116 j tB. A. Jones entry. Second race Belling, three year olds and """ " one-naiz zurlonss. J7 -Kose Harden . 5 7J4I Hublfax ,7 74J Slippery Elm "'.' n 7t Infidel 2nd .."... 91 7342 Toastmaiter " 9jj 7292 Bello Reach " ' " 3 Tiger JJ1I1 m 7354 Pad Davtes 101 7J9C 'Uovle ;" xtl 73S0 Fort Sumter lot 7S31 MlM Tempo ...... . 7349 Odd Cross !.!.".!!! 10 Ada j0x 7134 "Bvran J09 734J 'Zenotek " tia Third race Selling, three year olds and upwards One mile. S44 'Andrew Johnston 91) (7119) 'Helen James 7143 "Vlrgledot , 7141 'Downland 'Lady Innocence Orblculation ... 103 ... 7341 ... 103 ... 103 7141 7118 7199 7341 'Bonnie's Buck . . ... 10a ... 105 'Voladay 2nd.... 3larcus 105 7141 Fitsaerald in Fourth race Handicap, three year oldfl and upward. Six furlongs. 7149 Little String m 71H Brooks La Uete iolre i (71111 Old Bob '. i6 (7139 Lackrose nij I Fifth race Selling, three year olda and I upward. Six furlongs. 341 'Lady James js 7322 73S2 7349 71(li 733S 7110 7149 7124 'Miss edalla 102 1 Cecil 103 I Favorite Article lot, 'Miss Fielder u, Willis lor, Lady Tounc; IV Hardy Oapt. Druse , Marshal Tt.ghman . lot . ion . 112 . iu . 112 and 7111 (149) Foeman 7344 ltobt. Marrtell Sixth rao Selling; three year olda 7115 'Bean Splller '. 183 I 7i 'Henry waitnnK 103 7147 7134 732( 7125 John Spohn ii Boggy Johnson 10. Bck Darls lw. BasUnan I0S I 7358 kiq naison (7146) Old Coin . 7147 Orlrlnalor jos . in Note: & lbs. apprentice allowance claimed BASEBALL GERM AT WORK j AMONG FANS OF R0SWELL Roswell. N. M., March 3. Roswcll Is to have a baseball team this year J The local lans have been talking base- ' ball since the first sipna of spring were seen in the valley and the talk Is beginning to take definite form with the news that Harry Abney, a former Texas leaguer, is here and -nay be In duced to manage the local team. Cy Leland has been the stepfather of baseball In the valley for 10 year a But he feels that someone else should assist in carrying the burden of the white man's game In Roswell. Abney says he does not wish to force the is sue, being a new comer, but that he is willing to do his part to make base ball a go here. There Is good material for a good baseball team in Howell and it-Is ex pected to have a team in the field by the end of the month. In the meantime the hot stove league has adjourned for the summer and the barber shop bleachers are filled each afternoon. SAM McVEY WOULD FLOOR WILLARD AND GET $60 New York, March 3. Tne stale boxing commlMlon announced Thursday nlrht that 1 u naa (raniea permission to the promoter of the Willard-Mormn bout to be held in , Madison Square Garden March 25, to pro j vide an extra row of box seats In the arena. It was satd that all box seats pro vided In the original plans have been sQld and there is a demand for more. The commission also announced that It i had granted permission to Sam McVey, a negro pugilist, to try to win $50 offered by Wlllard to any one who ran floor him dur ing a boxing aesslon tn his training for the ' flil.m.llin.llln tu...t Ual'i.a ..aL t.l vn I son for applying to the commission was l that he did not wish to break any of Its l rules. i nncmu DOKrrc ctadt uwuiuii unntuj i)inii FOR TRAINING CAMP Boston. Mass , March J. The official movement of the Boston Braves toward Miami, Fla . the team's spring training grounds, began Thursday night when a small party left her- for New York. Georce Tyler, pitcher, was the only veteran mem ber In the squad, which v.an in charge of business manager W. D. I lap good. Most of the players are to Join the party in New York. Others have been guests at mana ger Stalllngs' plantation In Georgia for two weeks. NOTRE DAME DEFEATS AGGIES IN RIFLt MATCH South BiMid. Ind.. Marih 3 Notre Dame defeated Oklahoma agricultural college, 89 to 941, In a rifle contest which closed Thursday. This is the sixth shoot to be won by Notre Dame this year. JESS WILLARD OF TODAY,' . TMs picture shows Jess Willard ag he looked when he stepped off the train in New ork, accompanied by his manaccr, Tom Jones, to prepare for his bout with Frank Moran on llarch 25. The photopjaph pives a pood idea of thf pinnt stature of the champion. He i standmp on the platform, which is on a level -Kith the car floor. II i head projects above the car door. YOUTH AND EXPERIENCE " SrL f Ttwse crxwvtef'A WASHERS U' TM kviwrntf lf?f BOur f- HEE&S ALL. I ' ( a ? &.n Efflfl ? iluYV AtZZM '.res) I ( lG(5T.B0Trvi 1 RMaN . fl - llnHS -v "" ffi ( - Xn)J$l$) I SPECIAL BREAKFAST BILL . . re wv -Vm zk iMmJi A & J 'fix iyy ' "ZF u a & WSU AW W1. m a vcry raoderate price- vw JS) ' Vj? As jvJ& i?:5 JMM$$r mr Serve'' ,rom 6 a m to l0 a m- c 1$? Ki A t eSlfi ,A mFwlP K We know you tviH be 5a,sf,ed ?W & & K mm i ;4S Tx hereonce- KJ?fea Z Vfig&r ifflSraWp5 B$!$8g$& ftS3K?l 7 . MiiV )k &LL T" ur S'""Iy Dinner. 73C .MOm ISBB M" H x ,.JBS7QaF-- TL- T Camil-'Wi f r-. -ww iMe wgw - --an-u - -T U I t W I RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ; i N E WS BREVITIES AdvertlmenL Train Bulletin. AH aftern j.. n i niKht trains are leported on time for today. j Cl(y Taxes I'njulile Before 3Iarch 15 little belter pilntlnc ihan seems I Commencing today my office will re Miry." Phone 1111, Rufe V March, main open durinp; the noon hour, anc "A necessnrv Franklin IHg. Co., 23 U San Antonio. Dr. tori Multh, 37 1st Nat. Itk Bid?. Bcacuerg Find Colorado I'oatmnMcr. UuraiiKo, Colo, March . F. O. oher wood, postmaster of Animas Forks, Colorado, who became lost In a bliz zard when he attempted to brine; a rnall pouch from Silverton to Animas Forks, overland by snowsnoes. was fonnd In a duz-d condition Thursday by the second rescue party. Cdrtnrd C. Wnilr, Jrt. rormerly Asst U. S Atty for New Mexico, now hai law offices Sixth floor 1st Nat- Bank llldg. Special attention New Mexico practice. Mnhler Symphony l'Iard. Phlladelphla, Pa.. March 3 The Mali- ler eighth symphony was played Thurs day night for the first time tn America by the Philadelphia orchestra, aided br a chorus of 9S0 voices and eight solo singers. The orchestra, under the leadership of Leopold Stokowski. had been augmented to 110 Instruments. Dr. F.tiert, dentist,'216-21S Mills Bldi; Dr. J. D. Love has moved his office from Mills, to third floor Commercial National Bank building. Ilefratula Pronitectlte !Iusliandi. San Francisco. Calif., March 3. Mrs. Carrie Chrlstensen, of Melrose, four times married, was sentenced Thurs day to one year li the county jail for using the malls to defraud pros pective husbands. It was alleged she obtained about J3000 When sentenced she fainted and was carried from court IJr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Inflrmar Dr Ira W Collins, physician In chief; Dr M. Alklre. lady specialist; Dr Carl Gibson. 201 W Missouri stteet. They cured others. They can euro you. Neve A'ork Police Itald Gambler. New York, March 3. The police be gan an active crusade Thursday aga'nst gambling resorts In the finan cial district. Fifteen men In an al leged pool room where there were a number of racing charts were arrest ed in reld. Longwell Be carTul of jour baggage checks. Leave at Longwell's. Tel. L El Paso Distilled Water Co, Ph. 411. Dr. Ilaucliert, Dentist, Mills Bid?. Fh. 4I&T. Public Store In Mexico City. Mexico City. Mex., March 3. The gov ernment Inaugurated a series of pub lic stores, the first 92 of which were opened for business At the stores, fish, clothing, cereals and meats were sold at cost Promoter Held aa Burglar. Houston. Texas. March 3. Jack C Wilbur, of Chicago, who has been known here as a promoter of oil pro jects In Mexico, was arrested here Thursday on charges of burglary and thefts In 21 Houston residences within the last 30 days Jewelry worth sev eral thousand dollar" were stolen, but j part of the loot ha been recovered. i.nri. mj a n n k n i Wilbur denied any knowledge of the thefts. open during the noon hour, and from the 8th until the 15th office will remain open until 9 p. m., this to ac commodate those who cannot come dur ing the regular office hours. Taxes will be delinquent March 15, when a penalty of 10 percent added, plus $2.00 for advertising, and then 10 percent interest until paid. Wm. I n. McSnln. City Tax Assessor and Collector. Mnrdl Rrna Carnival Opent. New Orleans, La., March 3. New Or leans' 1916 Mardl Gras carnival was opened Thursday night with an Illu minated naeeant of the Kiilchtu nf .Memos, In which the mythical story of I "'Plnoochio, the tale of a Marionette," j was portrayed in elaborately decorat- ?- noats bearing characters In cos- i me3: rne. P.?ra9e. was followed, by the Momus ball. The carnival will be concluded Tuesday night. Proposals For Pumplns Station and Water Pipe Lines. Office Depot Quar termaster. HI Paso. Texas. Sealed urn- poaai. will be received here until 11 a. m.. March S. 191G. and then opened, for construction of pumping station and water pipe lines at Fort lillss, Texas. Further Information on appll- cation. White Star Lunch. No waiting. Tipping 213 So. Kl Paso St No You see the cooking, you get the best The One Spot, 307 Texas. Dr. Jnmleson, diseases of kidney, blad der, skin and rectum. 618 Mills Bldg Dr. Anna Ileum. BucKler Bid. over Elite. t"nr Shortage In Northwest. Seattle, Wash., March 3. The car shortage in the Pacific Northwest has become so acute that the northern transcontinental railroads began to day to adopt emergency measures to keep freight moving. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul announced that they need 1000 cars for freight move ments out of Seattle, but only 200 cars are available. Mon.tion. United States District Court Western District of Texas. El Paso Division. The United States, No. EGG Law, vs. One Diamond Scarfpln and Other Jewelry Whereas, an Attachment and Moni tion was duly issued out of the United States Court for the Western District rn District ;,.$ the Mar- , of Texas, at El Paso, Texas, 1st. 1916. in the above num entitled cause, directed to shal of the Western District of Texas, commanding him to attach the fol lowing described property to wit: One Scarfpin set with pear shaped diamond. One Finger Itlng set with diamond. One Finger Hlng set with three dia monds. One Finger Ring set with two dia monds. i One Finger Ring tet wlthf diamonds and Imitation pearl. One pair of Bar Rings, set with dia monds One Scarf Pin, form of bird, set with I diamonds. One Bracelet, set with thirty-five diamonds. Of the appraised value of 34710.00. said property having been seized bv and being In the custody of the Col lector of Customs for the Collection District of El Paso, who now holds the same as forfeited to the United States of America for the reasons and i aiiii- set forth in the Information in r.m filed In said cause, and said At tachment and Monition further direct ing the said Marshal to give notice to all p, rsons having or pretending to have any right title or Interest in said proprt, to appear and answer all and singular the allegations In the said Information in Rem contained, and, whereas, the said property has been diilv attached in the custody of the Coiieitor of Customs aforesaid. Now, Therefore. Notice is Hereby Guen tn All persons claiming the said property or any part thereof, or know ing or havlnir anything to sav. whv ( the said Court should, not pronounce j '--unst the said property according to the priver of said Information in Rem, I to be and appear before the said United States District Court to be held In and for the Western District of T mb, at the United States Court Room in the City of HI Paso. Texas, on the First Monday in April next, if that be a day of Jurisdiction: otherwise, on th first day of Jurisdiction thereafter, at 10 oclork In the forenoon, then and thi re to interpose their claim to the same and make their allegations In that behalf J. H. Rogers. United States Marshal, for the West ern District of Texas. Dy N F. Work, Deputy. Dated March 3rd. 1916. Notice, Horseshoeing. On and after March 1st the price of mule shoeing will advance 60c per set on all sizes above No. 3. J. T. O'Rourkc. Henry Cole. Tim Toohey. Brown Bros. John Tucker. Murphy nnd Illllin. City Blacksmith Shop. Dr. A. C Ilrovtn, dentist. Ith floor Mills Bldg Small Comet m-cuvrreil. Cambi ldge, Mass., March 3 The dis covery of a small comet by Neujmln. was announced Thursday In a cable gram to the Harvard observatory from Prof Backlund. of tne Imperial ob servatory at Pulkowa, Russia The message stated that the comet, which was found in a photograph, had a slow motion south and was of the 11th mag- nltude. Its position on February 24, was Right ascension, eight hours six minutes, 40 seconds, and declina tion, 16 degrees, 24 minutes, north. HEXATBLON EVENTS ARE HELD AT "Y" The first of the "Y Hexathlon events !r the joun'rer boys' class tonight will be the short distance potato races, run n.ng h.gh Jump, targ-t throw and shot put The senior events will continue on Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Fri day evenings until March 15 and the boys' events will be contested on thel regular class days. Every man and boy member is urgently asked to try out in all the events and do his part in keeping EI Paso on the athletic map. If the seniors will turn out and practice as fulthfully ' as the youngsters, El Paso will be found somewhe-e near the head of the column when all the finals are in. I A gold medal for the all-round prize should induce extra efforts, to say nothing of the silver medals for first place in each event and the Ilex.-thlon Jersey for each man who finishes within the first six in any event The little fellows are also to be re warded with a silver medal for first place In each group and Jdrseys for all wno itntsn witnin tne iirst lire in any event In any group. MANAGER CARLSBAD UTILITY rn Tn M-vov cawta cc not I UU. IO M.-KKl bANTA Ft GIRL I Carlsbad. N. M . March S. The ena-are- ! meat ha-i bf-en announri-d of II lm Jans Groves, daughter of state corporation com missioner Matthew S. droves to Eugene A. Itoberts. manager of the rubllc Utilities company. Miss Groves teaches in the public schools In Santa Fe Mr. Roberta Is a graduate of the Military Institute at Itoawell and a first lieutenant in the national guard. The wedding is to take place ia June. They'e The New Ol bpmns buits CJ Made These are shown and Young Men. Prices Here THE UNION STAMP Is the Peaceful, Up lifting, Educational, Economic Emblem of the Organized Shoe Workers It aims to secure bigger, better and happier work ing and living conditions for Union Shoe Workers by Progressive means; never by destructive meas ures. BUY UNION STAMP SHOES. Boct and Shoe Workers' Union 246 Summer Street, Boston, Mass. Write for list of upion shoe factories. Affiliated with American Federation of Labor. BY WHEELAN MI.VI.-SG IS TIiniVIXR is Movrrnur distiuct Mrnterey, M'x., March 3. Orslness con' i ions In this dis'rlct are nearly normal. Smelt r and refineries are running to full capacity and emp'oyts are 1 eir-r paid in -old and sl'ver. M n int products vak ed at $250 000 gold were shlnped from here Wednesday to poin's in the United S'ates. Food sup plies "e more plentiful than at any time in the last three years. BEST TREATMENT S. S. S. Removes the Cause. Specialists have agreed that Catarrh Is an infection of the blood. Once you get your blood cleansed of the Catarrh al poisons you will be relieved of Ca tarrh the dripping in the throat hawking and spitting, sores in the nos trils, and the disagreeable breath. It was caused, in the first place, because your impoverished blood was easily in fected. Possibly a slight cold or con tact with soma one who had a cold. But the point Is don't suffer with Ca tarrh it is not necessary. The remedy S. S. S., discovered over fifty years ago. tested, true and tried. Is always obtain- aht. at anw rtlff atom It llRII DrOVeR i it vain In thmiKAnds of cases. It will do so In your case. Get S. S. S at once and begin treatment. If yours Is a long standing case, be sure to write the Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga., for free medical advice They will ten you now this purely vesetame oiooa iuni cleanses the imparities from the blood by literally washing it clean. Adv. -SjSJT&Sftfe. WORKERS UNION i iMinMxrrcrAMP ractory CT SSv C:'"" 6? 4Rili I mu$& arnin XtfeJB in styles for Men tv "h? Range $20 to $40 V" Range $20 to $40 -,a AH traina arrlvt and depart from Union station, foot of San Francisco street All arrivals and departures given In EH Paso or mountain standard time SANTA FE. Fof Albuquerque, Denver. Chicago. Los Angeles No SIC Iva. 1:59 a. m.; No. MO at S p. m. From Albuquerque. Denver. Los Angeles. Chicago No. 809 arvs. 10 a. m.; No. II at 6:55 p m. EL PASO SOCTinVESTXKN. (Western Ul-lslon.) For Arizona and California No. 3 Its, t.5S p m.; No. 7. at T:4S p. m. From Arizona and California. No. 3 arrs. 7 a. m.: No. 4 at 1:40 p. m. (Eastern Division.) For Kansas City. St Louis and Chicago . ao. iva. i:t p m.; no. z, at 4:45 p. m. 1 Tor Tucumcart No. 8 iva. 7:3C a. xn. From Chicago. St Louis and Kansas City No. 1 arvs. 6:30 a. m.; No. 3 at 3:40 n, ta. From Toeumcarl No. 7 arrives 7:20 p. m. G. II. & S. A. AND 8. P. TRAINS. Tor San Antonio. New Orleans and Wash ington No. 193 Iva. 3:43 a. m.: No. 10 at 10 30 p. m. From Washington. New Orleans and San Antonio No. 9 arvs. 5:30 p. m.; No. 101 at 10 p. m. For Arizona and California No. 1 Iva. C:4& a. m.. No. 9 at 6 p. m.; No. 101 at 10. IS p. m. From Arizona and California No. 102 arva. 9.-9 a. m.; No. 2 at 4:30 p. xn.; No. 10 at 10 p. m. texas t pAcina For Dallas and SL Louis No. . Iva. 8:30 a. m.. No. 4, at 7 p. to. From -St. Loula and Dallas No. X am. 9.15 a. m.; No. 5 at 9:34 p. m. MEXICAN CENTRAL. For Aguascallentes and Intermediate potnts Lv Juarez at 8 p. m. From Aguascallentes and Intermediate polnts Ar. Juarez 7:39 a. m. MEXICO AND NOHTH WESTERN. For Pearson and Intermediate points Lr. Juarez Mondays and Thursdays at 8 a. m. From Pearson Ar. Juarez 0 p. m. Wed needwy. anil Fridays. HICKOK HOTEL and auto line. Eagle, N. M. Trips to Elephant Butte and Palomas fcprlngs. Car meet all trains. LAKE ALLEY, Hillsboro and Kingston auto stage and expre line meets all train. at Lake Valley Wire at my expense for pciai trips anywhere at any time. Hates reasonable. F. W. Mister. Hillsboro. N. M. SILVER C1TY-JIOCOLLON "stars line, ona way JI.S0: round trip (15 Stabler steamer. 12 passenger ear. Wire or write for reserva tion. Eight years experlenee Mogollon rbait Frank Townsend. P. O. Box 703. Pnons 21. Silver City ROSHELL-CARR1ZOZO mall line. Passen ger service leaving both Roswell and Carri zozo dally and Sunday at 8 a. m. for Pica cho. Tlnnle. Hondo. Lincoln. FL Stanton. Capltan and Nogat Through faro one way. $8 40 Intermediate points at 8c per mile Baggage carried up to 17S pounds. 60 pounds free. Excess at lc per pound. Ros well Auto Co. owners and operators. GLOBE TO rilOENDC Eight hours. Via Roosevelt dam. Leaves Dominion hotel. Globe, daily, 8.30 a. m. Arrive Phoenix 4.30 p. n. Fare 115. Make reservations la ad vance. Gila Valley Auto Stage Una. Globe, Artz. EL PASO-CLINT Wheeler's car leaves Clint for El Paso dally. Including Sunday, at 8.31 a. m. Returning to Clint the car leaves Tbe Herald office at 3:30 p. m. Express and parcels carried. ROSWELL-AXAMOGORDO passenger and express line. Automobiles leave Alamogordo for Roswell at 7 30 a. xn arrive at Roswell at 5 SO p. m. Westbound automobile leave Roswell tor Alamogordo at 7:00 a. m. Arrive at Alamogordo at 4:15 p. m. Stops are mad at the following points: Ficacbon Tlnnla, Hondo. San Patricio, Glen Coe. Wtdta ML Inn, Mesealero. Bent Tularosa, La. Lux. Thrcugh fare one way 810 Intermediate points So per mile. Twenty-five pounds baggage carried free. Excess lc per pound. Alamogordo Garage, Alamogordo. N. M. BIG SPRINGS. Lamesa. Tex, Auto Una leaves Big 8prtngs dally except Sunday at 8-30 a m.. arriving Lamesa via Soash and Sparenberg at 12 noon, returning to Big Springs sauie day at 5 p. ro. 33.50 one way, 1G00 round trip CordlU A Smith, Props. Big Springs. Tex. EL PASO-LA MESA auto line, upper valley. v.eat side. Herald delivery leaves Herald of flee each week day at 4 p. ra. Fares from El Paso to tbe following points are as fol lows: Canutlllo. 76c. La Union store. 3L00; Chamberino. 31 36: La Mess, JI.I0 Car leave- La Ue-a for El Paso at 8 a, rn. dally. Telephone 343 La Mesa. N. M. R. T Hewitt. LAS CRUCES auto line, for Uesllla rmller point. leaves Herald office each week day at 5.16 ix m. Fares from El Paso to Caan- (tlllo. 76c; Anthony. 11.90. Berino. tl.25; 'Vado. U.60; Mesqulte. JL75; Meal 11 a Park. $2.00. Las Crucea $3.00. Leaves E. T. Johns News Stand, Phone 145, for El Paso, at & p. tn. dally. Tl'LlROSA-MESCAUSRO auto leaves Tala roaa for Mesealero. dally. $3 round trip, far to Alamogordo 51. D. W Shoemaker Auto Line, Tularosa. X. M. MAKTA-rOKT DAMS auto mall line leaves Fort Davis dally and Sundays ttm. Leaves Mar fa 3 p. m. One way. $2.60; round trip $1.00 G. W. Davis. Prop. BLACK RANGE auto stage and express line, passenger service leaving Bngle and Chlor ide dally except Sunday at 7 a. m. for Ele Paiant Iiatte, Cur hi Mo. Willow Springs and Fair view Through fare one way. $5. Inter mediate points. 10c per mile Baggage car ried 50 pounds free, excess 3 cents per pound DLNCAN-SOLOMONM' I.E automobile stags line Save one day between Glob and Clif ton. Leave Duman S 30 a, m . arrive Sol omonvllle 11 00 a. m. Leave SilomonviMe 11:45 a. ra.; arrive Duncan 2.15 p. m. Fare each way $6.00 H I Reld. manager. Dun- cm Arinmi FABKNS-CLINT-E1. ISO automobile stage line See the lower valTer and enjoy a real 1 cood ride Round trip fare to Clint $100, i Ffebens $1.60 Autoruoblte leaves El Paso Herald office each evening except Sundays at 2 o clock and returns to El Vnro at o'clock Make reservations at The Herald i oft.ee ' LOUIIHICKO. TYRONE SILVER CITY i auto leaves I.ordnburK dslly 1pm via Tyrone leavrs S Uer City dally H a. ra. vU Tyrvne Tbruh fare one way $ round trip $12 SiUfr "ity to Tyrone one w y $2 00. round trip J3 0 S ot Oarage Irda burR. N M Broadway Hetel. Silver City N. M. OU EftO-8! FNA ITA aiTo mnil line. Eery day exrrpi . ndaya. Fare one way $1 7 '. o M h"l! PrtHtT HI EN A l l-(. AM) FA'.LS au o mall line Leas Puna lsta a. m. Leaves Grand Fa s I p. m. Fare ona way $2.o. C. O. Rumble. Proprietor. Herald Want Ads for resuSis.