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EL PASO HERALD
i NEWS BREVITIES AdTertIoent. Train Dullrtln. l afternoon nd niftTht trains for to are reported on time. Dr. A. T. still. Osteopathic Infirmary. 1 " In W. Collinc. pbyaicia.ii in chief; 'i lorne R. Welle: Dr. Carl Gibson. -"l W. Missouri street. They cured "inns They can cure you. Main nrcaks, l'looil street. iiroken water main at Eucalyptus nl ('anal street, flooded the road and ain-i-l out the approach to a bridge "it tbe Franklin canal. Tuesday morn- k Murray Grocery, 8B X. Oregon. Ph. 1711 Dr. Chert, dentist. 21S-21S Wills Bide. VI1I Itesene Shaekleton l'nrty. i.'ikIi.ii. Knc. March 28. At a meet a helrt Monday to discuss the Sliacktt- n utarctlc expedition, it was decided tae Immediate steps for the ora-anl-ilmn "T a relief expedition to rescuo if plorers left at Fort Ross Sa. White C'nfci bst plaie to cat, i, i!,i service. 106 F. San Antonio. for EI I'aao Distilled Water Co.. Ph. 49. Sir t:dard Carson Itecoers. ! .-,1 .i . Kng , March IS. The morn- nowFpapers give prominence to the I'liiijin einent that !lr Edward Carson i restored to health and that he will mk his return to parliament by pre- I'line, Mfr the conservative party's -r ommittee. XI Taso Seed Co. Open Evenings. i -m Antonio. Opp Court House. I)r. Una Ileum, BucKler Bid. over Elite. dtlars Irish Not n Protest. Guidon, En.. March 28. John Red- ' "!, leader of the Irish parliamentary i irt. in a letter addressed to a print- nr nationalist ad ises against the "ld.r.u of a public meeting to protest , linct turther taxation fn Irvland. )'!VosalR For Fresh Beef and Mut ' mi offl, e Department (Juartermas te Knit Sam Houston, Texas. Healed '', ovili. will be received here until 1 n ,. m. April ii. ! for furnish I'nt fiesh beef and muttjn required at i"it Southern Department, during the 1 -, al year beginning July 1. 1916. In r i motion furnished on application. Floods Menace Mlchlgnn. T'etioit. Mich.. March 28 Southern' Mn l.iR.in today was nu nared by serious fiomls Two days' lam coming imme n: t-li .ifter a 12-lneh snow fall sent s imi creeks out of their banks. "otlre. "M" T"i mMin Country Club Members. Tli. niMnbeis of the Mt. Franklin '"o,inli i lub are requested to meet at ". nftice of the secretary, 210 Two i eu'ihh.s building. Thursday, at S 1 " k p m, for the purpose of or piuzinK s rifle club and securing arms om i be government If you cannot at- id. lomniunlcate with the secretarj-. mi wish to Join and anply for arms, , n li will be without expense to mem- - ' liability to military service. I). C. Button. Secretary. .eek the "Hiue Tiger." ! i.iiirinco. (t!if. March 28 A i foi the "blue titer" a beast i has been termed the "Flying I 'nii'i nf Zooloc;,' because many i'in and exo'orers have seen it. ,c ne f er has cnught It was to i today when liny Chapman An- in-I Mrs. Andrews Mailed from V i uk'-io foi the Orient on the linn' .Ward Longrrell Be carerul of your baggaso ls Leave at Lonjrwell's. Tel. L llr BaurJleri. bertlst. ItlUf. Bldr. Ph. "- i oairnctor Tried on Murder Charge. , hImIIi Colo. March 2S. Edward i t-itcketi. a Teilurlde, Colo., oontrao- i i'i! t nnl in the district court here. i red ith tho murder of Tr, !. V. iei or Willnette. 111. Sackett s d e will be insanity Rider was shot i Bases Full-Price at Bat ?till playing the first ending. We are at the bat Competition ha the field. Note the line-up: KRACKAJACKS COMPETITION KracKajacK P Just as Good Service C Outofstock Quality ..IB It'lldo Promptness SS Delay Price 2B Hylo Efficiency 3B Unstable Full Stock RF Short Line Courtesy CF Inattention Satisfaction LF Grouch Report of game now stands KracKajacK advanced to 3rd base, Service to 2nd and promptness takes base on Balls. Just as Good pitching for the Competition couldn't find the plate. Price at the Bat Full Slock on deck. Watch the progress of the game and in the meantime come to Southwestern Headquarters for your Base Ball Supplies. SPECIAL . ' '"-. V iipr 7 (ur aims Announcement D'i7 be a most novel piece of Publicily VaUh for it. kzm LOCAL AND 6EXEB L and killed by SacKett following an al tercation over the settlement of a con' tract. Votlee. "I have moved my law office 31-17 First Natl. Bank Illdg." Frank Judkinz. Sun Drue Co. Phones 791-732. 1'rKes Yunn to Itesljcn ShanghaL ClOna, March 28. Tunc Shao Ya, China's special envoy to the I'nlted states in l08. and president Yuan Shi Kal's first premier, in an in terview Monday states that he tele graphed Yuan Shi Kai urging him to "aocfde to the wishes of a large ma jority of the people- of China," and retire from the government. lie said the country is headed toward rum uin-lej-s l.i Yuen Jleng becomes president. I.i Huen Heng is vice president of the republic. .lolin V. llrrnnnn, Plumbing and Heat- inK: prompt attention given to repair work. 117 1-;' x. Stanton St. Phone 7:'tf. Mrxlru IIiih T.ipboi nixlnfectant. Mexico I'itv. Mex., March 28. The board of health has disclosed the dis covery of a new disinfectant which has been named .Mlrvana and which Is beinjr used with great success In the campaign against typhus. The board of health has also arranged public bath houses, where thousands are compelled to bathe weekly. Bl rio Seeil Co. open Evenings. S19 San Antonio. Opp Court House. Lexington Suffers Serious Fire. Lexington. Ky., March 28. Twenty buildings in the heart of Lexington were destroyed by a fire of unknown origin, which raged here Monday, caus ing a loss estimated at $100,000. Osteopathy Jl. up. Dr. Kldwell. Herald Bide. Kat at Snvoy Cafe, 110 & Stanton. POLO TEAM WILL PLAY AT RIVERSIDE (Continued From Previous Page.) February, the matches were postponed from the latter part of February to allow the field to dry out- Play in it conditions are reported excellent. All of the men have been engaged in early practice games for some weeks past, and, barring a few minor accidents, the players and ponies all are In good con dition. Velle has been playing a spec tacular game. He is a hard rider and is a difficult man fo ride off, in which particular he has shown much improve ment. The work of Hugh Drury also will command close attention. This player has come rapidly to the front of late as one of the most daring rid ers on the field. Another player who has shown up brilliantly is Reginald Weiss of the Midwick four. BOWLING CLUB WINS FIVE MAN TITLE TWICE Toledo. Ohio. March 2S. For the first time in the history of the American Bowling congress, a club has won the five man title twioe in .succession. The Commodore Barrys' of Chicago, withstood the attack of the final shift in action on the last night of the tour nament with the fccore of 2605. A year ago at Toledo, Ohio, the teara won under the name of the Barry Katlers with two i-plns more. Their score was made a week ago Monday night when the Heinle Klehle of ( Columbus, who had led for .t week were displaced. The totals or the five man in the series were: Edward Kelly, f.61: Joe Hussell, 3tS: Sam Murray, "i"7: Ted Svoma, 59G; "Bill" Carey, tlS l:OI.I5ir CHAMP nKATKX. London. Eng., March 28. Wick Smith, the Lngllsh light heavyweight champion, was defeated on points by Sarrv Heeve in a 20 round bout hers Mondav night. NOTICE ITHE ESCAPADES OF MR, - . ;i J- tftui f f' WONT" YOU PARDON "THE A - -V p, s vA UMCONVEMTiONAUTY OF IT (' vtta -rucPTr'c cnUP 1 h I ' PRAY "TXKS, 1 AMD JOIN MY FRIEND AND 1 1 , .c)ON.ES. THERtb oOMfc I ry rr t. y0. U mv;flf dinner''" J X 1 DOLL FLIRTING-WITH V.THtS CHMg.'A MvfSELF f WNtK,y i VOU. ASK HER TO SIT VU-L f ' k W 1 A, - I , , LISTEN. BABY DOL'U.THE X f, OTH&R. FELLCVrV IS ALLRlGKT '' ..ee , f IN HIS WAY BUT iM THE LWEj r YOU DRESDEN w ., . I MEMBER. OF THIS SKETCH 77 , , , N china dreamV LJ naaiterJ Jp lhave:-J 5.- V, "Iffil ("NO. really I ) ("HAW! HAW! I r LE'S YOU ANJD I COULDN'T SHAKE, Vy HAVE TO SHAKE THIS FELLOW 'TSVci, ) rS!7HlS"rbTHE I KNOW A PLACE h, O 'v.MY HUSBAMD! C BOYS j WHERE WE CAM , , I f. x -r ' JWX V GET SETTER.'EATSJy JLf I sTHK K 7 i . - - , SHE ADOPTS ills. C. W . Stwkwrll. who (li'inli, f.i ailnpl 1 r Itn-baml ilulil nniith In-Ioio it wan bom of another nnman. Iia1- al-o taki-n into Iht liuinc tin- mother of the kiliy. for the ftirl has liwn ilriin troni her n n liuinv 1y hot fatliir. nnjrcrL'il by her "moral lapw. 'It was my liu-lmir. ronfrh.iun t!rit liimiplit to nu- the first news of tlm pxistencc of the girl and the rominsr l.i i . -hhI .Mr-, sturkwrll. "Tliat fact had great weight in iiiflucuciiif.' mi- mid mm;.' hij attitude toward him. the mothei' of his child and the child iti-elt. "Of courco. there are many hu-diamU ln ale iintaithlul to their wiAes. but tie always believp ouf luihaiid aie the exception and there are many wives who never learn the tiuth. If I had learned nt his unfaithfulness from another, I hardly believe I could have forgiven hirft. "Suppose I had left him? Our church does not sanction divorce. I would have faced long years alone: our little home here would hae been broken up and none of us would have found peace and happiness. "My lieart is still Mire for the jjirl whose loving mistake brought her such bitter experience. She says the entire happening in otill a mystery to her. Iy one request to her is that from now on she must be a good woman, so that when the time comes for our little son to know that I am rot his real mother, lie may find pride in the woman he is to know as his real mother." , YOU WANT VULCANIZING when you need It, and ou want it mst as soon as you can pet tt. "When vou leave your work with uh, we till 5 on when yon cm net it ami you get it exactly when we promise it to sou enil it - ilone nehi .et time ii up OI II JIOTTO "HP II()M:ST -WITH 1)1 II t 1 NTOVlKHS" EL PASO VULCANIZING WORKS 117 orth KniiMna Mrrrf. Copyright 1S16. International New Service. RIVAL'S BABY Telephone 3210. I JACK BY J. NINTH CAVALRY OFFICERS ORDERED TO JOIN REGIMENT Vrmy orders hav bt-en isaued directing ihdt majors X. F. Mt-Cliire. I- J. FlemlD. 'A ,r. ;iaseow, first lieutenant H- EL Mann, T If. runntnffhJtm. tcond Uu tenant s II. 1. ' hamberlaln and Harold Thompson, Ninth i-ivaln, r-sllevcd from thtlr prant datlca w jiroce? to join rh1r reclmnt. fecund L.ltut A. G. Thurraan. 11th earal r now- at Furt Oglethorpe, will join hU m ki merit. Ma j. H. T. Fercuson, SOth Infantry, is at u. hrd to i ho Ninth infantry. .M.j M. M. llrNam-c, ca.valry; Ci.pt. W. H P.ittcrpon, 1-th infantry, and First I Li. ut !. R. Douaherty. field artllkry. are i il"tpJlt-'l a- members of board appeintsd to I :n-t -it Kort Sheridan, vine ''apt. W. B. Scali and Thev B, Taylor and Tir-t LAevtt. i F. K DIf. Fifth cavalry, relieved. liv direction of the orasldeut. Cut. E. H. I P.-armonU. Scjnd Field artilliry. w detail! i for Bf-rvi In fiusrtermaattrr orjs, relieved, i Tapt. H. H. Hotrtck, rorpA .r engineer?, will proc-.1 to Fort Sam Houston and r port to tho commanding general, southern department for duty. The president has accepted the resigna tion of Ft rat Lieut. R. M. Kngllsh, medical reierve rorpa. 'apt. O. F. Connolly, coast artillery corps. in transferred from the 160th to the Hist Lom;'.inv. Leave for two months la granted C.ipt. A. Q. Lott. general staff. r! u. v. li. Knnon. infantry, now on Iae. Is a.igned to temporary duty in tho office of the chief of staff. First Lirut. J. W. Hart, medical reserve i orp. i" dt tailed as member of board of of firrr;. Washington, I. C. for examination if andidut-9 for admlwion v to military .irrffiem. vice MaJ. t D. Itnclt. medical inrp rH ved. Mm 1. J. Fleming, cavalry, is assigned to th 1 .th i!Ir First Lieut J A. iallogI, toast artillery w tailed as acting judge advocate Hav.illnn department. for two months ia granted Capt. C. i ni'-illc.it corps. f tli. DAILY RECORD ISuilding I'ennit. ra tfn Ocean rtinfertlonr. to mak- harn5- jtnd rtpaiM at 400 rsorth Oregon -tr. t. estimated (at $100. r Ruv.ford A Thornton, to make repairs iimI iilt-rHtimiJi at 1022 Upson avenue; estl- ( .1 Itn-ra to 1ui11 an srlnbe dwelling it 'i .tv. dii.i f..nth Etrects; estimated cost llu. T.i Marl p tt Yonge. to Inntal gasoline 'r ! nt t-'0-b2- Texai street; estimated . ot SJflfl. Iredi Vlled. I.ot in K-ru Place Nettie M. A'an Kppe .ind Tho:n.ih Vn Kpps to William K. Mix lot. : -ni 13, bli-k 2. Kern Place; !onu1ratiou Trt0 Mjv 2." ll.".. North si.lo ..f Wh MnK atretjt, between Tuuloiana .m-uutf Hiid Elm ytreM; W. "W. Swurtz nnd w if- to MHr I. King, lota 23. .'4 is. 20 2T and 2S. blot k 7. Manhattan H'-'Klit. innatrft ration $300; March 2&, 11. outh .sld of Vntnut street, between Lat t.i vtrt and Il.immett Loulevard Antonio lrl-ta t" I,'..n..i . I'rietii. his -n-lfc. lota 13 -ij?: r j: AUTDMGBILE ID ACCESSORIES DiREGTDRY BjRDEHIAD auto U PLY CO. LEE TIR ES THK HDALITY TIIIE Republic! Tires f Oakland Ceus I. H. C. Trucks SWINNERTON aji! li blot n. -.(. HtUMjiiin addition, ion eideratlon ?0; March C7. !!. Antomohiies licensed. :.fijl Mr. E. is. Attman. 1010 Arizona Mr. et. five pa?" nmr Grant. ii: KdKr Williams. 3129 Fort Boule vard; firo pasenjrr Ford. S65I K. E. Norton. Hidalgo theater; Tbor motorri'ic SSi4 F. CTuntf?. 1709 Montana street; tio paat-nur-r Ford 3655 Dr. William thartw, 121 Pros pect avenue; Maxwell roaxlatcr. 3Bti J. H. Williams Ftr.-t National bank; five paxvnger Chevrolet. ".ft-.? Eduardo Rascui, Clint, Texas; iJmith motor wheel. :.,5.t Fran- lco P. Martlne, 1718 Mon tana lreef five passenger Ford. 05 L. P. Field, county road; ttvt pa enger Overland. 3680 Mrn W. H. Nabours, W1 ArUona street; Hupp roadster. licenced to "Wed. Manuel Beuarto to Lupe Ioa. A'frente Cano to Refugio Marra.no. Mat Dent-camp to MJnnle Conaer. C. Raugi to Rlcarda Peres. Veath. Sflrcstre QuinonF, 3ordr atreet; MjuxK 2. aged two months; burial Concordia cemetery March 27. David Oonaalcs. 1939 Olive atraet, March 26. aged 19 days; burial Concordia ceme tery March 27. Candelarlo Varela. 1S19 San Antonio atreet. Ma rah 26, agrd 1 months; burial Concordia remfclery March 17. Lurenza Leal. 3 Little street. March S, aged on year, burul Concordia cemetery, March 37. Po'ors R. de Garcia. S411 Xaasaoa atreet. aged $6 years; burial Concordia can-t-ry. ilarch 37. Sa bast tan Oryalva. Rivera and Cebada street'. March iT. agd two months; burial Concordia cemcter. March "7. Ulrths GUN. To Mr. Roman errero. 1012 South Camp bell tr-'t. March j. To Mm. Peblo MuragA, 3027 Cyprew atreet. March 13. To Mrs. A. Blaugrund. 1301 Wyoming atreet, March 20. To Mrs. Thomaa I.yon. Tsleta, Texas, Manh 20. To Mn. Karl D. M aver. Flak apartment. March -2. To Mrs. Antonio Ezparza. Smelter district. March 25. HtrtliH Bhj. To Mn. Manuel prtvenclo, SOS North El Paso street. March 25. To Mrs. Pet RuLts. 607 South Florence street March 1.1. To Mrs Mike Naarette. 1904 Olive atreet, March 17. To Mr. Bectnte Romero, 104 Olive street. March 2... To Mn. li. p. Hadfteld. 372S Dyer atreet. March 23. Order Sulzberger's Majestic Ham or Bacon to-day for breakfast tomorrow. "Deliciousl Different." .dv. Colorlte the Ntrnw lint pnint Tele phone 7.51 or 7J2 '-'." cents delivered Adv. Mexlenn collections, see Lee Newman. Adr. plain a?to PUHcrtTis PBoor CORNEH MYRTLE AXO KANSAS Hand-Made 5000 Miles Guarantee. ELK ATJT0 SUPPLY CO., 500 MESA. Oakland Auto Sales Co. A. H. Elmore, Gen'l Mgr. 407 Myrtle Ave. Tel. 1142. 5-Pass. Model "490" for $635 Here. TRY0N MOTOR SALES CO. Phone 7269. 411-413 Myrtle Aye. IFLUO0HEW10 1 S WHOLESOME HABIT In Ho Other Way Can You Get Al! the Richness and Flavor of ths Leaf "SPEAR HEAD" BEST CHEW Many prominent physicians declare chewing to be the most wholesome way of enjoying tobacco. "I began chewing some years ago," said one, "and X soon found that it is the only way to get the benefit of all the rich juices stored up by nature in the tobacco leaf. I refer, of course, to the plug form of tobacco, which is the most natural and the cleanest form. "Chewing good tobacco like Spear Head makes the salivary glands mor active, which in turn has a beneficial effect on the whole system. Add to this the sweet, mellow, delicious flavor of a chew of Spear Head, and you have the highest possible degree of tobacco satisfaction. "I mention Spear Head because I have found that this brand is exception ally pure, being made in a factory that's run strictly according to pure food rules." Spear HeaQ Is made of sun-ripened Burley. wliich is acknowledged to be the richest, mildest, finest flavored to bacco leaf in the world. And it if produced by the latest processes, which develop the quality and luscious flavor of the choice Burley to the supreme de gree. A chew of Spear Head has a whole some relish that is not found in any other chewing tobacco. Try a 5c or 10c cut. from the all-too-common ills of the digestive organs 'weak stomach, torpid liver and inac tive bowels is found in the always safe, sure, quick-acting BEECHAM'S Lirxot Sal of Abt MmUcum fa tlxWorli Sold erirywW. la box, Mfcb. ISo. COLLAR a forasc IT FITS THE CRAVAT CLUETT. PEABODTA.CO. Inc., tlmm YOU Shoold Always so to KEEVIL'S When you want the best Wine, Liquors and Lunch Goods. Phone 105. 520 N. Stanton. The Ford Specialists DRS; MARKER AND YONGE Will Move to their new buDdinj, 620-622 Texas street, abont April 1st. RELIABLE (H lull t PRICEH I DENTISTRY This system of dentistry ts a product ot the medical colleges not of tbe cheap dental schools and enables us to extract. All en 1 insert teeth lndetectable from the natural teeth. Phone 84. Abaolutelr without pain $20 Set For $7.50 Full seta of teeth eoeh S7-S0 u Best brt4e work, norra 55.60 each New System Dentists Cor. Et Taio anil Sua Antenlo Stf. Old Hrt Nat. Bank Culldtnr Honra 8 to 8 Sutxlaji 9 to I!. HMOE AUTO SERVICE n. ton smith, uer. I GOTHIC an All new. five and saven-pawencer art J1.D0 and J'- Oi per nour .pro Ford I)aj or Mcht. 333 5Ic a 1t.