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EL PASO HERALD
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IK CUP BEIT
Mohler and Band Are Now
"BECK'S" AMEN CORNER "
Leading For Hercules
Trophy on Traps.
II X. Mohler and W. J. Rand are aow
tied for the leadership In the Hercu
les trophy shoot of the Pa City Gun
club. Bach scored 14 In the 26 bird
event on Sunday morning. Only nine
of the gunners who took part In the
Hercules event the previous Sunday
were on hand for the second shoot but
t-n others ho miesed the first shoot
tere on hand for the second.
K. K. Mohler was high in the regu
lar club events, getting 48 birds In M
shots. 8am Mataon was a close second
with 46 out of 60.
The full scores. Sunday, with a table
rhowlng the Heicules results and also
the total scores on the Hercules
trophy for the first two shoots, fol
low: Trophy Regular
Ap. SO Total Kventi-
Broke Broke Shot Broke
It E. Allen 21 43 50 41
nre Crockett 20 3t CO J
H J. Johnston in 40 SO St
R. A. Inter IS 41 to 15
V. K. Mohler : 4S 60 4S
W. J. Rand 34 48 it 45
H N Rand . .20 SO 14
r B. Wharton It 41 to 40
Sirs. C. E. Wharton 13 31 so IS
W. A. Johnston 20 :t B0 41
V B. Andreaa 22 22 to 41
A A. Stoy IS 1 to if
TV. H. Shelton It 18 to 41
F J. Peldman 1! 12 K0 27
-Tohn Hopple It IS to 33
X a Lattghlln 1 It to 1C
S N. Matson 31 21 5f 4
Jr Jiimes Vance. ..21 23 R0 41
B J. Latimer 17 17 M it
SANTA RITA TAKES
GAME FROM HURLEY
Hurley, N. M. May 1. Santa HIta
took the opening game of the Chlno
series with Hurley. Sunday, by a score
f 3 to 2. Nellie pitched masterly ball
for the victors, despite the fact that the
nupport given him was not as good as
that accorded Sorenson, of Hurler. The
"ore: It. H. K.
Bants. Rita '...3 IS 4
Hurley. I 6 1
Batteries: Santa Rita, Nellls and
Robertson; Hurley, Sorenson and Ryan
HAVE HARD BATTLE
(Continued From Pnite 11.)
will cet league baseball but that won't
make Howard Rix a Ty Cobb And while
Coyne mav have gained some batting
pointers from Sam Crawford. I still con
tend that I can wrap a curve around
his neck and he won't even see it. As
tor Roberts well, I'm getting some
pointers on his style In the Commercial
league and he won't get a hit off my
delivery" Evidently Ferro has been
fretting some pointers on modesty from
CDDIE 0'DONNELL bids fair to be
rated as one of the real leaders
of the automobile speed merchants
this year.. He copped the Raisin
Classic trophy at Fresno on Saturday
from a field of 17 starters. His time
for 300 miles was 4:54: 13. Jim Par
sons was second and Frank Elliott
xYALTER JOHNSON started hand-
ing out that whitewash stuff
again on Saturday, when the Sen
ators blanked the Red Sox. While
Johnson allowed only four hits, he
did not try to fan every opponent,
getting only six strikeouts.
""ID" GEORGE tackles "Mexican
Pete" Everett, the veteran
heavyweight, at Silver City on May
10, according to a letter received
from Billy Williams, of Central He
writes that Everett weighed 245
pounds when he started training but
hopes to enter the ring at 230
pounds. George is training at Fort
Bayard. The largest crowd in the
history of boxing in the state of
New Mexico, the Johnson-Flynn
fight alone excepted, is expected to
attend this battle.
JJARRY WILLS is the man against
whom Jess Willard must draw
the color line, according to St. Louis
critics. Harry outboxed Sam Lang
ford in the Mound City last week
and evidently handed the Boston
"tar baby" a real licking. All the
St Louis papers agree that Willis
is the pick of the negro heavies.
COME of these lightweight "cham
pionship contenders" are likely to
have to argue with Johnny 0'Leary,
the Canadian champion, very soon.
Johnny is boxing around New York
these days and his "Texas Tommy"
punch is delivering knockouts in
almost every fight.
yiC HANSON, who fought a few
times in the southwest, is now
earning his living from the fight
fans of Kansas City. He was dis
qualified in the ninth round of his
bout with Gus Christie, a few nights
ago, on a charge of fouling.
QILLON'S victory over Battling
Levinsky, in Kansas City last
week, appears to have been due to
the fact that Levinsky injured his
hand in the fifth Tound. Up to that
time "Levinsky appeared a sure
winner," according to Kansas City
yONKEL ANKOVITZ applied to a
Chicago court the other day to
have his name changed. Ankovitr
is pretty well known in the world of
sports but it is as Charlie White
that the fight fans refer to him. He
wants his legal name made the same
as his fighting title. He was bom
in Liverpool, England, 25 years ago.
We can't say that we blame Charlie
for wanting to change that name. "
pRED WINSOR, former Juarez
fight impresario, is now promot
ing bouts in Gallup, N. M. He writes
that he couldn't make any money in
Taft, Calif., as there were no local
fighters and he had to pay railroad
fares for even the preliminary men.
He is trying to locate Vic Hanson,
who is now in Kansas City, to fight
John Thomas on May 15 and is also
anxious to hear from "Kid" Georee.
of Silver City.
A MARILLO fans are "ripe" for
league baseball, according to a
letter from H. H. Below, of the City
Light and Water company. They
are eagerly awaiting the arrival of
business manager Hardin, who is
now in Fort Worth, lining up some
players. "There are 2000 real fans
who will turn out strong for all
games," writes Mr. Below.
COME mighty good baseball was
played by the Alta Vista and San
Jacinto school teams in the final
game of the Grammar Schools league
at Rio Grande park on Saturday
moming. The youngsters are mak
ing good progress and it is from the
school league that our Commercial
leaguers of the next few years will
CORE arms, stiff legs and other in
'J dications of athletic exercise were
very evident in the auditor's depart
ment of the E. P. &. S. W. on Monday
morning. The fifth and sixth floors
baseball teams played on Saturday
Liniment was in great demand on
Sunday but one day of rest won't
make a man "fit" after playing a
hard game of baseball when he is
out of condition. Even L. M. Coyne
made a home run and he swears that
it is five miles around the bases at
Rio Grande park.
CTAR pitchers got their bumps in
the Commercial league on Sun
day. First, "Soldier" Maresch was
pound-d from the mound and fien.
"Buster" Gillett got a drubbing In
the afternoon, Villareal, looked upon
as the star flinger of the circuit
went down to defeat The stars
seem to need a hot sun to go at their
)ETR0IT Tigers hold one record
for the new season already
They used 21 men in Sunday's game
against the Indians and then got
walloped, 12 to 6.
VIDENTLY Portland isn't going
to worry about the threats of
the Cardinals to have catcher Jack
Roche suspended, for the big back
stop was behind tie bat again Sun
day for Portland,
pRANK CHANCE and his all-stars
broke their losing streak on Sat
urday and took all three of their
week-end games, with the result that
the Oaklands were dumped out of
first place in the Coast league and
the Angels are again leading the
- Train Bulletin.
All afternoo nand night trains for
today are reported on time.
is a delicate thintr to exnerimpnr -mlMi
.Better not take chances with some
thing that has not proven its worth. If
it is a blood trouble of any kind that is
worrying you, then it is S. S. S. you need
to cleanse and nurifv vour blond.
You can't go wrong when you turn to
S. S. S, because it is purely vegetable
and has curative qualities possessed by
uu uuicr uiooa remedy, une bottle, has
in many cases Deen worth 4s
weignt in Uold to the user.
oet a. b. S. from any drug-
gisr ana start on the road
to health today.
Dr. Ebert, dentist 216-218 Mills Bids.
Fire In Box of Trash.
Fire In a large trash box on the sec
ond floor of the Del Rio hotel, caused
an alarm Monday morning at 2:45
oclock. A match had been dropped
Into the box. It had been extinguished
Dr. A. T. still. Osteopathic Infirmary,
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In chief;
Dr. George R. Wolls; Dr. Carl Gibson,
201 W. Missouri street They cured
others. They can cure you.
C. A. Klnne Co, Insurance and Real
Estate. P. W. Williams. Manager In
surance Dept No. 325 N. Oregon street.
El Paso Distilled Water Co.. Ph. 4S.
Mnrylnnd Votes on Cons-res Candidates
Baltimore, Sid., May 1. Voters of
Maryland at a primary election today
are selecting senatorial and congres
sional candidates and delegates to the
state conventions which will nominate.
the delegates to the national conven
Fred C. ICnollcnbere announces the
removal of his law offices to 209-511
Akron Carpenters Strike.
Akron, Ohio, May 1. Several hun
dred carpenters were on strike here
today. Of the 900 carpenters in the
city, union leaders claimed 600 had
Free advice to those who
desire it Write Medical
Department, Room 104.
The Swift Specific Co,
89 ,! ,.., 'Il"l tMp.M. II tr. EitWoj mi.. I iTrZrtmiwi !!" M
" C. A. Klnae Co. Insurance and Real
Estate. P. W. Williams, Manager In
surance Dept. No. 32$ N. Oregon street
Chicago Hanker Die.
Chicago, 111, May 1. Andrew J. Gra
ham, head of the banking company of
Graham and sons, died today at the
age of 55.
hibltion law, which became effective
at midnight Sunday night, will be
strictly observed. It Is generally be
lieved here today. The new law limits
to two quarts of liquor or 48 pinta of
beer or one gallon of wine every 30
days, ahljments to any Individual
within the state, and prevents adver
tising of liquors in the etate.
Dr. Magruder SO J 1st Nat. Bk. Bldr. Ph. 462
Turkish Ambnumlnr ill.
New York, May 1. Harry Morgan
thau, ambassador to Turkey, was
stricken with appendicitis at his home
here Sunday. His physicians said to
night that his condition was not seri
ous and that he probably would not
hare to undergo an operation.
Murrnr Grocery. 805 N.Oregon. Ph. 1721
Prince Albert n.cAr...
London, Ens., May 1. Prince Albert,
second son of king George, who has
been undergoing a long course of
treatment for a gastric disorder, has
completely recovered and shortly will
resume his duties as a midshipman In
Lonrnell Be carerui of your bag-east
checks. Leave at Longwell'a. TeX 1.
Guard Aenlnnt Strike Dlno-nlcr.
Chicago, 111, May 1. One hundred
patrolmen and 50 mounted police were
on duty about the Blue Tal-ii-u? -a-..,,..
plant of the International Harvester
company today to nrevent riinrri.-. .i I
the opening of the plan' with strike I
breakers. About 6000 employes of the )
-..... ......wt.g uepariraeni oi tne plant
struck for higher wages about a week
Marine Engineers Strike.
tt..w Y.ork May 1 Marine traffic of
this port was seriously affected today
by a strike of the engineers and fire
men on the Tessels of the lighter class.
The engineers demand wage Increases,
approximating 14 percent, and recogni
tion of their association. The firemen
in? ? P"""1 more Pay" f "ore than
700 tugs and steam lighters here, only
40 were being operated.
Dr. Bauchert, Dentist. Mills Bide. Ph. 7.
"Safety First" Train Comn ir. I Take Dn rumnnlr. d .
Washington, D. C. May 1. The gov- I ?Sew1,rorlc'.1?Iay J- Announcement Is
ernmenis saiety rirst" special train I , ". a countrywido
lert today for Fh ladelnhla h nr.t i " " ueen undertaken for th,
stopping place on an educational tour """lna:"on of Ellhu Root for preal
that will take It throughout the coun
try. The government officials claim
that the number of deaths and Injuries
I can be cut in half through safety first
methods and the object of the tour Is to
snow now ias can DO uone.
PAINT SAVES REPAIR BILLS.
TtltflHIno-. .,!,,... Tsj - .
Sr;;r"" "".'" A"1 "?? " the elements soon t,p,i ,.
-... i me cneapest insurance.
Paint prevents decay and deterioration.
leu in lour Paint Troubles.
TTJTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO
210-212 W. Stanton St " VU.
Dr. Anna Ileum, Buckler Bid. over Elite
Dewey Celebrates Ilattle Anniversary.
Washington, D. C, May I. Admiral
Dewey today Is celebrating his 18th
anniversary of the battle of Manila
Bay. Admiral Dewey, who is 79 years
of age, is in his usual good health.
Eat at Savoy Cafe, 110 S. Stanton.
Indians Cnptnre Fishermen.
Bellingham, Wash., May l. A band
of armed Lumml Indians captured
eight Austrian fishermen Sunday in
Hales Pass, Puget Sound, and took
them to Lumml island, where the fish
ermen were held as prisoners The In
dians seized the fishermen's boats and
their nets. Because the land on whii.li
the prisoners were held is part of the
Lummi Indian reservation and under
federal Jurisdiction, the sheriff said he
was unablo to recue the prisoners.
Kills Six; Shoots Self.
Temple, Texas, May 1. Lying near
the bodies of his wife and five chil
dren, John Wychopen was found Sun
day in his home near here suffering
from- a bullet Wound In his head which
physicians said, would prove fatal. It
was decided that he killed his family
and then attempted suicide. No mo
tive for the deed is known.
dent at the Renuhllrnn .n i "
ventlon Headquarters h." been
opened here In charge of John W
Dwlght who was for 12 years a member
of congress. Senator James W. Wads-
7?h' 'iA SaId' w111 be the "pretenl
tatlve of the movement in Washington
ch&s w"1 bB opened later ""
We Will Move To Our Ne
Jew Building On Or Before M !.
317 Texas Street.
SHELTON-PA YNE ARMS CO.
To 'Whom It Mny Concern: Notice
is hereby given that A. W. McLean C.
R. Smith and L. Douglas Glfford. com
posing a partnership, and operating
under the firm name of the Commercial
Office Supply company, intend to incor
porate, without change of the firm
name, thirty days after thrs, the 1st
day of May, A. D. 1916.
A. W. McLean.
C. R. Smith.
L. Douglas Glfford.
SOOO Machinists Are Out.
Toungstown. Ohio. May 1. About
2000 machinist cmpolyes of the various
industrial plants of the city did not
report for work today. There Is a
possibility that the number of Idle men
wll be greatly augmented.
Georgln Dry LnT Unforced.
Atlanta, Ga May 1. The new pro-
Continued From Page Ten.
soclatlon and won nearly 60 per cent of
ma games. Jack Bromley, another ex
ff" 'enBuer, completes the Miners'
twirling staff. Harry Scanlon and Nick
Demagglo, third baseman and outfield
er, who were with Hester at Phoenix,
are in Miner uniforms.
Dick Bayless. outfielder. Is the most
famous of the Millers. For many years
he was the star sticker with Los n
geles in the Coast league. Benny Stro
loff. with Tucson in the Rio Granda
league. Is playing third base.
George Duddy, who went from El
Paso to Oakland when the Rio Grande
league broke up. Is officiating at third
for the smelter. Buster Callan. form
erly of Tucson, will do the regular
catching. The Cleveland American
league team still holds a strl.ig on Cal
lan. Art Stailelll, another Tucson vet
eran, is leadoff man and will cover left
COTTON ADDITION LOTS
But Boy in EI Paso
A. P. COLES & BROS, Ajenti.
GALPIN TO BE RETURNED
TO LOS ANGELES BY POLICE
L. R. Galpln. arrested four days ago
on a charge of burglarizing the rooms
or guests in the Sheldon hotel, will bo
taken back to Los Angeles within a
few days. Arrangements for the trans
fer of Galpln. who states that his
father Is cashier of the West Texas
Bank and Trust company In San An
tonio, were made Sunday afternoon by
Capt. J. n. Stowe, following an ex
change of telegrams with chief of po
lice Clare E. Snlvely, of Los Angeles
Cream Baby Mints
20c The Lb.
and Specially Made
Summer Rales Prevail Beginning Today In Our Dress Making Section On SUfe
Sold In a Specially Prepared Sale.
By a fortunate purchase of 30
inch silk taffeta we are able to
offer Monday J1.50 values at a
liberal discount. This is a
medium weight of silk taflcta
in the wanted shades including
shell pink, light blue, coral,
colden brown, bottle green Afri
can brown, navy, wisteria, maise,
Copenhagen, turquoise, and regi
mental blue. Extra 4fT - 1 C
special Monday, yard P X A J
CREPE DE CHINE
An extra heavy quality of crepe
de chine in a full range of new
and staple colors, including black
and white. lull 40 inches wide
and in a grade wc sell at $2.00
and $2.25. Just think of the sav
ings when you can buv this Mon-
42 inch chiffon cloth in an extra
good weight in a full and com
plete range of colors, including the
always wanted black and white.
This is a regular $1.50 quality
and you will notice the reduction.
Monday we sell this ( - ff
at, the yard 4XUU
Silk and wool popltn in tie 42
inch widths. This is a prade we
have always sold at $1.50, and
comes in over twenty-five new
and staple shades and colors.
I'oplins are one of the most want
ed fabrics and the demand is in
creasing. Monday you can buy
therfe at, tha t -i
yard J i . 1 0
Crepe meteor that we have sold
at $2.00 the yard is included in
this sale. It is of an extra qual
ity and comes full 40 inches wide
and has a beautiful eattn finish.
More than twenty-five shadea are
shown and you could hardly ask
for any new or staple color, in
cluding Hack and white, that we
do not have. Mon- J JQ
day, the yard J J. .DJ
Buy The Pictures You Require For Your
New Home, NOW!
Buy Butterick Pat
terns here. They are
the best, that is why
we sell them.
Old masters under convex
glass for which we are the
exclusive selling agents.
They come in two sizes
and are in beautiful un
burnished gilt frames and
will beautify any home or
office. Priced J (
at $125 and OZC
Niagara Maid Underwear & Hosiery
Sold Here Exclusively
We Are Exclusive Selling rAgents For This Well Known Nationally "Advertised
And Absolutely Guaranteed Brand Of Silk Underwear, Hosiery And Gloves.
Niagara Maid silk union suits with iPrench band tops in
pink and white. These come in extra heavy o a
silk and wonderfully good values at suit p3OU
SILK UNIONS AT $5.50
Niagara Maid silk union suits with bodice top, lace and
ribbon trimmed. These come in the Knickerbocker stvle
with closed button crotch, in pink and
wliite, Monday the suit at
DROP STITCH HOSE
Niagara glove silk drop stitch hose that
is very pretty and dressy. Three of the
best colors are shown in this line; white,
black and bronze. You will find these
especially attractive, ana tne price
GLOVE SILK HOSE
Niagara glove silk hosiery is the best
wearing hosiery made. This number comes
in a weight while not transparent, yet it
is soft and light. The colors are sky,
pink, champagne, grey, navy, bronze,
black and white. Mon- (t 1 ELf
day, the pair P I ,DJ
1 j rtV 2l In l vJU
Our New Art Department
See our New Art Section on our "Daylight" fourth floor. The lines
complete and ready ior your inspection.
I l -" imrm Ul
RAILROAD AND AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLES
All trains arrive and depart from Union
station, foot of San Francisco sircm.
arrivals and departures given In El raso or
mountain standard time.
For Albuquerque. Denver, Chicago, Los
Angeles No. 816 lvs. 8.50 a. m.; No. 810
at p. m. ...
From Albuquerque. Denver, Los Angeles.
Chicago No. 809 arvs. 10 a. m.; No. S15
at 6.55 p. m.
El, TASO SOETlrWESTERJf.
Tor Arizona and California No. 2 lvs.
2:6 p. m.: No. 7 at 7:45 p. m.
From Arizona and California No. S arts.
7 a. m.; No. 4 at 1:40 p. m.
For Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago
No. 4 lvs. 1-66 p. ro.: No. 5 at 4:45 p. m.
For Tueumcarl No. X lvs. 7:30 a. m.
From Chicago, St. Louts and Kansas Cttjr
No. 1 arcs. 6:S0 a. m.; No. 3 at 3:40 p. m.
From Tueumcarl No. 7 arvs. 7:f0 p. m.
O. II. S. A. AND S. r. TRAINS.
Tor San Antonio, New Orleans and Wash
ington No. 102 Irs. 8:45 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.
or Arizona Rna uauiorma o. l lvs.
6:45 a. m. : No. 9 at 6 p. m.; No. 101 at
10:16 p. m
From Arizona and California No. 102
arrs. 8:30 a. m.; No. 2. at 4:30 p. m.; No.
10 at 10 p. m
TEXAS ft TACIFIC.
For Dallas and St. Louis No. 6 Irs. 6:30
a. m.; No. 4 at 7 p. m.
From St. Louis and Dallas No. 3 arrs.
9:16 a. m.; No. 5 at 9-35 p. m
No regular schedule.
MEXICO AND NORTH WESTERN.
No regular schedule
EL 1'ASO-CLINT Wheeler's car leaves Clint
for El Paso dallr. Including Sunday, at 8:30
a. m. Returning to Clint the car leaves
The Herald office at 3:30 p. m. Express
and parcels carried.
FABENS-CLINT-EL TASO automobile stage
line. See the lower valley and enjoy a real
good ride. Round trip fare to Clint 31.25;
Fabens 31.76. Automobile leaves El Paso
Herald office each evening except Sundays
at 2 o'clock and returns to El Paso at 6
o'clock. Make reservations at The Herald
TAKE THE GREAT SCENIC ROUTE
"Apache Trail." Globe to Phoenix, via
Roosevelt Dam. Make reservation at the
Globe-Phoenix Stage company office. Do
minion Hotel. Olobe. Arizona.
Rf"!,,'E?r ervlce leaving Engle and Chlor.
Ida. dally except Sunday at 7 a. m f . r Ele
phant Butte. Cnchillo, Willow Springs and
Falrvtew. Through fare one war. 36 inter
mediate points. Me per mile. ruirrr r.
rled SO pounds free, excess 2 cents rttt
KOSWELL-CARRIZOZO mall line, Passen,
ger service leaving both Roswell and Carri
t.I d5"Ir and Sunday at 8 a. m. for Pica
cho. Tlnnle. Hondo, Lincoln. Ft. Stanton.
Caption and Nogal. Through fare one -wa .
Js-40. Intermediate points at Sc pr mi'
Baggage carried up to 17i pound. 0
pounds free, gicni at ! per pound. Bes
well Auto Co.. owners and operators.
DUNCAN-SOLOUONVILLE automobile stage
line. Save one day between Olobe and Clif
ton. Leave Duncan 8:30 a. m.; arrive Sol
omonville 11:00 a. xn. Leave Solomonvtlle
11:45 a. m.; arrive Duncan ?:15 p. m. Fare
each way 35.00. R. L. Reld. manager. Dun
KL. 1-au-ua air.s.1 auto line, upper valley,
west side. Herald delivery leaves Herald of
fice each week day at 4 p. m. Fares from
El Paso to the following points are as fol
lows: Carnitine. 75o: La Union store II 00
Chamberlno, 31.35; La Mesa, Jl 60 Car
leaves La Mesa for El Paso at 8 a. m dallv
Telephone 342, La Mesa, N. M.. R T Hewitt
TRY FRUIT SALAD STJMDAE.
LAS CRUCES auto line, for Mesllla valley
points, leaves Herald office each week day
at 3:15 p. m. Fares from El Paso to Canu
tlllo. 75c: Anthony. 31.00; Berlno. 31 2S
Vado. 31.50; Mesqulte. 31.7S: Mesllla Park
32 00. Las Cruces. 32 00. Leaves E. T Johns
News Stand. Phone 145. for El Paso at 5
p. m. dally. ' " "
IIICKOK HOTEL and auto line. Engle N
M. Trips to Elephant Butte and Palomas
Springs. Cars meet all trains.
TULAROSA-MESCALERO auto leaves Tula
rosa. for Mescaiero, dally, 32 round trip, fare
to Alamogordo 12. D. W. Shoemaker Auto
Line, Tularosa, N. M.
LAKE VALLEY, Hlllsboro and Kingston
auto stage and express line meets all trains
at Lake Valley. Wire at my expense for
special trips anywhere at any time. Rates
reasonable. F. W. Mister, Hlllsboro, N. M.
express line. Automobiles leave Alamornrri
for Roswell at 10 15 a. m.. arrive at Roswell
t. id p. n wesioound automobile leae
Roswell for Alamogordo at 7 on a m. Am s
at Alamogordo at 4 15 p. m stops are mails
at the following points: Plracho. Tlnn'e
Hondo, San Patricio, Olen Coe. White V
Inn. Mescaiero, Bent. Tularosa, La, Lu-.
Through fare one way 310 Intermedia's
points 8e per mile. Twentv-flve poumls
baggage carried free. Excess lc per pound.
Alamogordo Garage. Alamogordo N M
OWKGO-BCENA VISTA auto mall line.
Every day except Sundays. Fare one way
31.36. G. C. Marshall. Proprietor.
MARFA-FORT DAWS auto mall line leaves
Fort Davis dally and Sundays 8 a. m. Leat -s
Marfa 2 p. m. One way 32 50: round trio
81.00. O. W. Davis. Prop.
TIUENA VISTA-GRAND FLLS auto mTTl
line. Leaves Buena Vista 9 a. m. Leaves ,
Grand Falls 1pm. Fare one way 32.00. '
C. O. Humble. Proprietor.
MIA EH CITY-MOGOLLON stage line, one
way 37.60; round trip 315. Stanley steamer.
12 passenger car. Wire or write for reserva
tion. Eight years' experience Mogollon road.
Frank Townsend, P. O. Box 703. Phone 218,
LORDSBCRO. TYRONE. SILVER CITY
auto, leaves Lordaburg dally 1 p. m., via
Tyrone; leaves Stiver City dally 8 a. m.. via
Tyrone. Through fare one way 36, round
trip 312. Silver City to Tyrone one way
32.00; round trip 33 0. Scott Garage. Lords
burg. N. M.. Broadway Hotel, silver City.
BLACK RANGE auto stage and express line.
1IIQ SPRINGS. Lamess, Tex. Auto Line
leaves Big Springs daily except Sunday at
880 a. m.. arriving Lamess ia Soasb and
Sparenberg. at 12 noon, returning to B'ff
Springs same day at 5 p m. 33 i" on- wa.
36 00 round trip. Cordlll A Smith. Props
Big Springs. Tex.
International Brokerage Co.
Gen'l Buylnc A Selllnc Act..
Phone 740. S09 Mills Bide.
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