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Week-End Edition, June 17-18, 1916.
"COUNTY TO BE BANKRUPT SD0K:" iBflBIES' LIFE & SING STAIN SPEAKERSHOASTORNDBRFF EL PASO HERALD Sf-PH in iulli.wllJlJlj,-imujiii...'.n.i. .i j iiisaaaasas spsaoc3woiBagaaBasBagMssaai5aaassasWWssa4 ' ' Serve Red Soda Pop and Keg Beer in Government Hill. Meeting; Billy Bridgers Says Can Board Poor Farm Patients at Paso del Norte and Save the County Money; Claim Commissioners Extravagant. HIS county in two yeas will bo fcfcTP J ! the most bankrupt county in the state." declared district attorney W. W. Bridgers. candidate tc succeed himself, at the open air pre cinct meeting held at 8 Tremont street, in Highland Park. Friday night. He was discussing the financial con dition of the county viewed from th standpoint of the old "ring" crowd. The meeting was attended by or 30 J T. rflAn. a Jimftll crowd tnat WW IU roased somewhat when candidates who had been in attendance at the East .El Paso meeting arrived at a late nour. ., 3 .- T-.irt in k. several the crowd wereaW to be several nti ring supporters. , Poor Farm at Paso del Jforte. "The few patients "hat are being 'aken care of at the county poor farm could be roomed and boarded at the 1'aso del Norte for less than it is cost ing the county to run the farm." said Mr. Bridgers. "Let us take the flg--.ifs the figures which X haTe. gotten "it of the county treasurer's office. i'irst. tiie countv commissioners paid J :s.79I.:i for the' land. They have had the farm seven months and we find hat ;s:09.! has been spent, on the patients? No. only for salaries and w a's. Then there is J5138.SS for feed. Fred for the patients? No. for the llve- ctnnl- ThAn th... itt 9 Ht f miSCM- laneous items. Including an automobile j been repudiated and then began run and gasoline, ammunition and firearms, j ning independently. I don't belong to vnd now here is what the patients j any Ting. I am opposed to all Tings have received in seven months: nr Groceries. $24.04: for clothing. J44.5 for huMmr Sis Si That is whv we Ould board the patients at the Paso del Norte fend save the county money." Paved Orndorfr Itoad." Mr Bridgers stated that he fought tr- S700 000 road bond issue, which was debated, but supported the JSW.6W Is sue that earned. The first road built with the bond, issue was a J40.M0 side road to Socorro, "where Seth fOrndorffl li.m he controls the vote," he said. J:.s'ead of srettinsr our highways paved ' he continues, 'Jffe are getting The present commissioners' court Is 'ke a lot of children with new toys. They are playing with the county and with a lavish expenditure of money. Thov eitiploved one political follower ami paid him $1M'0 out of the treasury. Thev said he was an inspector of au tomobile numbers. He was paid S100 a .ionth for 10 months. Durine the 10 intjh Tie never did one thins:. Ne er i " all that time was there a single arrest. After this was made public, ioev let him out. He then made a be- iated report that about lvo automobile t umhers should De canceieo. : Courthouse Inspector. ' They are paying $400 a month for in snettors on the courthouse. On the high school, which is almost as ex pensive a building, not an inspector is n the employ of the school board. If ! school board can build a $500,000 i-.i!dinz without inspectors, why can't lv ountj commissioners build a eourt 1 otise without a force of inspectors. rntil recently they had a plumbing in f.. t.r th-.- tiow have a cement ir;- r . itir-' .in3 a general inspector, and j n rt about to appoint an electrical in- I S'-'i'T. but aeciaed iufi oetier nui Ponder Carter declared that when "anti ring" was (onducting the f campaign over a j ear ago. prom- were made as to what would be "ie for Highland Tark in the way of ;ro ements. I Hae any of these promises been" r-ied out-' he asked. li Highland Park any better off n when Newman laid it out. Nothing j : tai.es have increased. Promised to Pave Pledras. S'.ortly after I came here. Altura i ark where T live, was flooded with nulars promising that if the people supported the road bond issue Pledras k ould he paved. Pledras street has not -en paved, yet J39.H5.8S was spent, ac-nrding to Seth Orndorffs own fig i"s. on the road from Socorro to v sieta. I ask you, which road would a- - served more Mople. Piedras street or the stvorro road?" Mr Carter stated that Seth Orndorff RAILROAD AND AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLES K trains arrive and depart from union v'ation. foot of San KrMctaco street. All .n-nals and tlepartnrea tven In EI Paso or iiuum&in standard thn. SANTA PE. For Albuquerque. Denver, Chicago. Iw nr-! No. 1 lv. S-.S a. m-; No. 81 p. m. From Albuquerque. Iiemer, T.os Angeles. ''hics.ro No. arva. 10 a. m.; No. SIS ' ( S p m. rx. PASO MHTIIWBSTERN. (Weetern Ditislon.) Tor Anion and f'lifornla No. 3 lvs. - -. p m. : No. t st . p. m. 7'rtiri Arlzoha and alitornla- -No. arv. " a m. . No. 4 at 1 10 p. m. (Kutern Dirbion.) For Kan.as City. St. I,ouis and Chicago Kn i li, l '. p. in : No Z st 4:45 p. m. For Tucumcsn No. Us. 7.JS a. m. From rh.cago. St I.ouis and Kansas City No. 1 arv? 6:1? a. .o . No. 2 at 2:4; p. m. From Tocumcati No T srvs. 7:2 p. m. O. K. 4 K. A. AND S. P. TRAINS. Tor San Antoato. Near Orleacs and Wash ,rpon No. 11 Irm. 8.11 . m.: No. It at 10 39 p. m. From Wsshingtoa. New Orleans and San An'oi . No. 9 arvs. &.30 p. m.; No. ltl at I f p m. For Ar.zona and California No. 1 lvs. s 4". a- m . No. 9 at 4 p. m.; No. 191 at .c 15 p. tn. Frorn Arizona and California No. 102 ir.i 8 30 a. m-: No. Z. st 4:39 p. m.; No. J'l I' l P. BU TEXAS PACIFIC. !-.- rallas snd St Loo Is No. C Its. 6:10 a m. No. at 6 p. m. From St. Louis ami Dallas No. 1 arrives : CO a m So. & st 9:35 p. m. MEXICAN CENTBAX. no Tpular st-hedule. MEXICO AND NOKTII WESTERN. Ko rtgular schedule. JJJMM3RJALLRY F.I. rSO-I. MKSA Anto lltv-. uoner vallev. vt Sid-. Herald de'lery leasts Herald of- i ' 'arh week day at 4 p. in. Fares from ! l Paso to the following points are as foi- 1 ' "s CanutlHo 9c: La Union Store 7mi: j hamlrino 31.35; La Mesa J1.59. Car leaies i il.a for El Paso at 7:39 a. m. daily. reluhone 2;RS. La Mesa, N. M-. P. B. Biadle . I LIS C'Rl'CES auto line. for Mesilla valley: P' .nt Ieaes Herald office each week day 1 p. m. Fares from El Piso to Cami iiilo. Tje. Antbon. 31.99. Ber'no. 31. -j. ai- 31 l. Meaqoi' 3! i: llesllla Pa-k . Ofl lis "ruces. 3-00 Leaes K. T. Johns Vcw. stand. Phone 14",, p T. dally. for El Paso, at j LOWER VALLEY. EL piKiunT nrf.-i-r. . !.. for E! Paso dally. Including Soada. ' " . O to RHBrnnff to nhit tlie r-.. r i efc The Herald office at 3:15 p. m. Lx p-ess and parcels carried. rABKNN-t LINT-EL PASO automobile stage lin'. 'ar leaves Herald office at 4:39 p. m. emir except Sundays. 71 cents to Clint. 99 ents to Fabens. Make reservations at The H-rald office. ' ARIZONA. TAKE THE GREAT SCENIC BODTE Apache Trail." Ulobe to Phoenix. via Rose elt Dam. Make reservation at the t;iob"-Phoer.tx Stage company office. Do minion Hotel. Globe. Arisoaa. Ill N 1N-SOLOMONYILLE automobile stage re ev- ore day between Globe and Cllf-o'- I.-e Duncan S:S0 a. m.; arrive Solo " 'i le :i-09 a. m. Leaves Sblomonvllle ' . a m - arrive Duncan 2:15 p. m. Fsre .-- v-. -. oo. R. L. Beid. manager. Dun-i-i Ar.iona. had declared in a recent speech that his -.--.-- - .-- Tom Idea's Partner. David Mulcahy, candidate for repre- -ntaUve to ( the ln behalf of his candidacy and of other men on the ticket, including Dorbandt, Lon Garner and D. D, Dumont. Mul cahy said:: "Mr opponent. R. E. Thom ason. said of me recently that I was ason. said or me recently tnat i was an ,.,, -against whom ,., .. ... t.T . An nothing can be said.' In case yon do not Know Mr. Thomason. I win say mat he is Tom Lea's partner." (A voice: That's enough.") Vovrell Oppoted To All Rings. C. U Vowell. candidate for county attorney, took occasion to reply to some statements he stated Fred Del gado had recently made in a speech to some Mexicans. One statement was. he stated, that he was a member of the firm of Weeks & Vowell. "I have not been a partner of Mr. Weeks in some time." Mr. Vowell said. "I sav this in justice to Sir. Weeks, who is my friend Ielgado further said that when I was a member of Ware's elub I i uau ouwiuinwL juy ;uuiua BlIU UOU ius.oni. i wutTt n is pwa- sible to run for office without having to have tne permission of a Ting.' Mr. Vowell declare,! tht the Fn Paso County and City democratic execu tive committee selected a ticket with out consulting the membership. "Some of the members of that club are here tonight, and you know that you were not consulted. You can talk about your rings, but there has never been in El Paso county a political organi zation more dictatorial than the club that W. B. Ware heads -tonight." Mr. Yowell referred to the Highland Park people as being very Independent in political matters. "Seth Orndorff may own Socorro," he said, "but no one owns Highland Park." Allen labor. Judge Ballard Coldwell and judge P. K. Price spoke briefly in behalf of their candidacies to succeed them selves as district judges, and R. L. Dorbandt spoke in beaa:r or nis can didacy for sheriff. H. C. Smith, who presided at the I n-.eeting. stated that there was one jpmtter that none of the candidates had touched upon in their speeches. "That." he said, "is the employment of alien j house. It has been shown that the labor in tne Dniwing of the court contract has been repeatedly violated.' l'op and Keg Beer. Centering their attack upon the wasteful administration of the present county commissioners, candidates on the "Citizens Democratic ticket" ad dressed a small gathering Friday even ing at ST5S Hueco street, tic -sih pre cinct. C. Gimble was chairman of the meeting. The following made ad dresses: Judge Ballard Coldwell. K. i:. McClintock. W. C. Bulger. John T. I'.iin. Frank Aldercte. D. D. I 'union t. . John H. Harper and I. 3. Murphy. Bed j soda pop and keg beer were served, the . open air gathering y.as lighted by Jap j anese lanterns. ' Speaking of the "golden cows" and I the various petty inspectors at the i vuui LUVU0C j.uc lumneii. oLuamaie for judge of the 65th judicial court, i characterized the Dresent mnntv mm missioners administration as the most wasteful in the history of the county. Borrowed SCO.OOO. "The county commlssionershin is the . ii.uv , i,Ai (Mil vi me wuni; atuuinis J tration." said the speaker. "Vet It has , hen the most wasteful adrainistra : tion in the history of the countv. The .m,.B. vital .... . ..e .1... .u....... 1 financial condition of the county was in better shape than ever at the start of the present administration, but yet the county commissioners borrowed J40.000 for county expenses. Tou have all heard of the 'golden herd. seven cows that were bought at choice prices in Kansas City. It is said they give 43 pounds of milk daily, but the milk seems to sour before anyone can get NEIT MEXICO. IIICKOK HOTEL and auto II.. E..i. n- M. Trips to Elephant Butte and Palomas Springs. Cars meet all trains. TULAnOSA-SIIiSCALEKO auto leaves Tula roaa for Meslero. dally. 3 round trip, fare to Alamogordo . D. w. Shoemaker Auto Line. Tularosa, N. M. LAKE VALLEY. Hillsboro aBd Kingston auto stage and express line meets all trains at Like Valley. Wire at n expense for special trips anywhere at anv time. Rates reasonable. P. w. Mister. Hillsboro. N. 1L SILVER CITY-JIO;OI.LON stag. line, one war : roond trip 1S. Sutler steamer. 12 passenger ear. Wire or write for reserva tion. Klght years' experience Mogollon road. Frank Townseod. P. O. Box 793. Phone 248. Silver City. LORDSnURG. TYRONE, SILVER CITY auto. leaves Lordsburg dally t p. m.. via Tyrrfae; leaves Silver City daily S a. m.. tU Tyrone. Through fare one way t; round trip J12. Silver CMy to Tyrone one way 2.9; round trip S3.. Scott Garage. Lords burg. N. St.. Broadway Hotel. Silver City. N. 3. BLACK RANCE auto stage and express line, passenger service leaving Engle and Chlor ide, daily except Sunday at 7 a. m. for Ele phant Butte. Cnchillo, Willow Springs and Kalrrlew. Through Tare one way. ; Inter mediate points. lc per mile. Baggage car ried (9 pounds free, excess 2 cents per pound. R05WELL-ALMOGORI0 passenger and exnress line. Automobiles leave Alamogordo for Roswell at 191.'. a. m.. arrive at Roswcil at C:39 p. m. Westbound automobile leaves Roswell for Alamogordo at 7:99 a. m. Arrive at Alamogordo at 4:15 p. m. Stops are made at the following points: Pleacbo. Tinnle. . nonao. san riinno. Ixien coe. nite at ' Inn. Mescalero. Bent. Tulama t, T.n. Through point 8 f3re one way J19. Intermediate Sc per mile. Twentv-five nounris baggage carriod free. Excefa 2e per pound. Alamogotde Oarage. Alamosordo. N. M. KOSIVELICARHIZOZO MAIL IJNE. Dally and Sunday Operated by Roswell Auto Co Flaftt ihiund. Town. n est bound Arriv.- Lea', e. S.50 ji. m. .li p. m. Hoswell Pi.rho Tinnle Hondo Lincoln Ft Stanlx I'apitsn Nog.il :09 p. m. 4.49 p. m 4 95 p m 19:99 a. m. 11 :4 a. m. 1 z : 3e p. m. l-: p. m. 1 :35 p. m. -:15 p. m. ! 1 i- i i arrlzuxo i nr,ugn i?r one waj " e. Intermediate - - "" "' , v T JIV,''' BJSV 'rr,.'d UP t" le per QOUilii ' ' i"-""- ' ' ,....... ,lr. ... ta.-. tt E-T TEXAS. OWKGO-Bl FN ISTA auto mail line. Every da si-.pt Sundays. Fare one way 31. IS. u r. Mii-hall. Proprietor MARrA-FOKT DAVIS auto mall line leaves Fort Davis daMy and Sundays a a. ra Leaves yiarfa r p. m. One way32.S9; round trip 34 (tv. G. W. Davis 1'rop BIBNA MSTA-GKAND FAI.I.1 auto" mall lini.. Iacs Buena Vista 9 am. Leaves Grand FIIs 1 p. ra. Fare one way 32.99. '. O Humble. Proprietor. BIG SPH1XUS. Laaesa. Tex. Aato Lin-, leaves Big Springs daily except Sunday at :30 a. m. arriving Lamesa via Seash and experience as county commissioner-naa . the employ ot uie company 'which educated him, and he wanted to -know-' owns the resort, and after that I lived if the eounty was conducting a kinder- f0r eight years right In the shadow garten for politicians. "If it has cost 0f the. Sacramentos. the county JSC.000 to educate him for ' Timber Can Never Be Cut. commissioner." he asked, -how much I "There has been a great deal of will it cost the county to educate him ' philanthropy connected with Cloud -for sheriffr When we elect Dorbandt. , croft, first and last." continued Mr. we won't have to educate him for the I Stevens. "The Cloudsroft reservation job." I contains about SHOO acres of timber, as ISparenbtrp at 12 noon, returning to Big Springs same day at I p. m. 3.W one wav. 00 round trip. Cbrdill Smith. Props. Big Springs, Tex. Cloudcroft Sanatorium Has Proved Boon for Hundreds of Sick Babies. ' (Continued from pace 1.) the babies' sanatorium on top of the plneclad hills. "Much of my informa tion concerning Cloudsroft and the people who have made it is first han1 " '- X Snent fiVA VA- in ,.....-, - ........ 1 beautltui woooianu as i ever saw. The nledze of the owners Is that this tim ber will never be cut. The Cloudcroft company originally was a subsidiary company of the old El Paso & North eastern railway, which built the line from EI Paso to Santa Itosa, and also founded the town of Alamogordo. The guiding spirit of this company was Chas. B. Eddy. The old company used to pile up a deficit every year on the operation of the Cloudcroft property. E- P. A S. W. Buys It. "In the summer of 19S the EI Paso & Southwestern railway bought Cloud croft. in connection with the E. iP. & N E. road. The Lodge has been burned since it has been the property of the present owners, and it was re placed on, a much more magnificent scale. Year after year, regardless or the substantial balance "in the red" that has been accumulated, the own ers have continued to keep Cloudcroft open, and it has been for the benefit of the publie-'-principally the people of El Paso that the resort has been maintained . All Conveniences. "Tastes vary, of course, but it is rather hard for me to imagine a finer place. Klght out in the forest prime val, there still are available nearly all ! of the comforts, and many of the tax Unes Ot tne cn . x nere are ciecinc lights, a good waterworks and sewer age system, telephone, and telegraph connections with the outside world, daily train and mail service, stores and markets that supply, an admirable variety at only a slight advance over the EI Paso prices. Many Amusement. "In the field of amusement, there are occasional baseball games and tennis matches, while the golf links are among the most beautiful in the world. In the pavilion there are bowl ing alleys and verjl large hall, with fine maple floor, for dancing and so cial gatherings. An orchestra is in attendance throughout the season. The lodge has pool and billiard tables, and the big dining room is used frequent ly for dancing. Horseback riding is one of the best and -roost beneficial sports. Many of the women and chil dren spend a great deal of time in the saddle, riding through the summer howers without anv ill effects at alL There will be an attraction, after July of this anmmer. that has been missing since 1M7. I refer to the big logging camns. in the timber beyond the reaer vatlon. These will be in full swing, and getting out more timber than ever before. Visits to these logging camps will be one of the chief amuse ments, 1 dare say. Slnirle Tar In Practice. 1 "Each vear property owners assem ble in town meeting fashion and elect five directors which is the governing body of Cloudcroft They levy assess ments for street improvements, main taining the sewerage system and po licing the resort and keeping it in sanitary condition. This board has adopted the Henry George single tax theory and improvements are not as sessed. "As a place of rest and comfort Cloudcroft canon t be surpassed. Fan llies with children go there because or their safety; there are no poison ous insects or reptiles and nothing to endanger leading a free and untrara- meled esislence. xnere are no mos quitoes and few flies. El Paso teach ers generally declare that their-pupils who spend the "Summer in Cloudcroft return to school in much better condi tion than pupils who go great dis tances for their summer vacations, it is a great asset to El Paso, as busi ness men having their families there for the summer can visit them fre quently with very little loss of time and. as time goes on. El Paso will realize more and more what a great asset Cloudcroft is to It. All of the money spent in Cloudcroft finds Its way back to El Paso, as this city is the natural trading point for all that section." I near It. The courthouse inspectors, running all the way down to keyhole' inspector, is an extravagance. There is a young man employed in a county office for no other purpose than to se cure his brother's vote for the county Democratic executive committee. He Is doing nothing, but has been placed there merely as a part or a macnine. The man at the head of these county commissioners is now running for the most lucrative office In the county the sheriff office. The time has passed when a county office can be bought. Only merit will do now." John H. Harper, candidate for coun ty chairman, said he bad been a resi dent of El Paso for I" years. He said he had Joined the Democratic party here when it first started in the field and has been with it as it has galne-J strength. He said the Democratic citi zens' ticket was a group of honest citizens, whose integrity has never been questioned. SIOOO Inspector. James J. Murphy, justice of the I peace, said: "I believe every one of these men of the Democratic citizens ticket is just and honest I believe they will give an honest and faithful administration. Speaking of the waste. ful extravagance connected with the petty inspectors, there is the automo bile Inspector which Is a useless job. One thousand dollars of your money i was para so max mis inspector mignt go out and find what automobiles were not complying with the laws. And not one conviction ' as made as the result. And it was not the fault of the countv attorney. The first and last I heard of the automobile inspector was when he brought a list of 200 names to me and said be believed these citizens were not obeying the law. I asked him why and he said: 'Because I sent them postcards notifying them that they weee not running lu compliance with ine inn ana ute mix mil siiBHn, rraniw I Alderete. candidate for clstrict court clerk said: "This is the first time T i have run for office. I have been a ' resident of El Paso all my life, and my ' record is clean." ) Tt eoli1l,. nnnnn.nl 79 a. m. I " "' 9:: a. m. . Judge Coldwell said Alderete was oo 9:49 a. m. Dosed bv a Remihllcitn nn a Democratic ticket and tho nennle of the countv should support Alderete because there are actually more Mexican taxpayers in tbe county than Americans. E. B. McClintock. candidate for coun ty judge, said the county commission ers had paid oat 515.600 alone just for the employment of an architect for the new county courthouse. For no definite reason other than extrava gant wastefulness, he said the com- I missioners had raised the tax rate from j S centa in 1914 to 11.15 at the pres- enc time, c s. T. Folsom requested the people to vote fi -e straight "Citizens' Democratic" ticket. If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide Ride now on - A GAIN they bear away the Palm ! On Sunday, June 11, at the Chicago Derby, 300-rnile ii Race, all of the FIRST NINE cars were Silvertoum-ed! The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Places, and Prizes, were won on SILVERTOWN CORD TIRES. These, by Resta, DePalma, Christiaena and O'Donnell respectively. De Talma. Indianapolis, May 31st, 1915 500 Mile Race, at 89J- Miles per hoar Resta. Chicago, June 26th, 1915 500 Mile Race, at 97 Miles per hour Resta. Chicago, August 7th, 1915 100 Mfle Race, at 100J Miles per hour Cooper. Minneapolis, Sept. 4th, 1915 300 Mile Race. OBSERVE the Giant Cords hera pictured. Note that there are only TWO (2) layers 'of these giant Cords, in any Silvertown Cord Tire, whatever its dimensions, with a layer of live Rubber between, to absorb friction. Then bear in mind that each of these TWO flat, rubber-impregnated, Cords is STRONG enough to lift a man's weight You have here the secret of that marvellous ENDURANCE, in Silvertown Cord Tires, which has made it possible for the. Gladiators of the Race-Track to TAKE OUT OF the Motor Cars they drive, ALL the speed which the Builders of these Cars can put INTO them. That no "Thread" Tires, (calling themselves by the Silvertowr name of "Cord" Tires), show pictures of their 5 to 7 layers of Thread construction, is significant. But, that none of them are SEEN, or HEARD fronvon the Race Track (which is the Crucible for testing Tire ENDURANCE) is MORE than significant. Silvertowns have never been intended as mere RACING Tires. But,the fact that the Speed-Kings of the Race-Track elect to PAY FOR THEM, when they could have other Tires free for the asking, is mighty well worth noting. SILVERTOWN Cord Tires, not only give PRESTIGE, Ease-of-Riding, and Aristo cratic Elegance to Cars equipped with them but they also add: 1st 17 more Net-Power and Speed to same Car -2nd 30 furtiier Coasting Quality. 3rd 25 more olene. And, this latter feature soon pays for the relatively small additional cost which SILVERTOWN Cord Tire Construction makes necessary, per Tire. No Thread (or so-called Cord) Tires average "LARGER." The demand for Silvertown Cord Tires has, for nearly two years, far exceeded our capacity for pro duction. But Silvertown Cord Tires may NOW be had through all GOODRICH Dealers and Branches. Branch Office FOI M AGENCY El Paso Valley Men to Ship 20,000 Boxes; Good Pack ing (Jets Top Prices. The leading Bartlett pear growers in the El Paso valley have formed a per manent growers' marketing agency with 59 capital, known as Kl Paso Valley Bartlett Pear association. The stockholders own 5(r8 acres of young Bartlett pear trees, with about 15 acres in bearing this season, from which the output will be around 26.M4 bores for shipment, allowing a liberal supply for the El Paso market . All pears, cantaloupes and other fruits will be packed in standard western packages. The close atten tion given to grading and packing has resulted In valley pears topping the markets In competition with Cali fornia and northwestern stuff. The valley growers, have been successfully marketing through the El Paso Vallej Growers' company the past three sea sons, and this company will be suc ceeded by the new association.. The office of the association will be at Ysleta. The officers are Milton S. Graves, president: J. J. Smith, vice president, and F. W. Whitney, secre tary, treasurer and manager. Follow ing are the stockholders: J. J. tviith. Geo. Pendell. M. S. Graves. Jl. U Cad wallader, T. D .Porcher, Kd Mauer, E. V. Deyo. V. J. Boothe. H. Jensen, U A. Toix. B Aiirete. Chas Dais. J. M. Wyatt, S. S .Carpenter, F. W. Whitney. nrin nnn rnn nnmni unUMu I 3 ' I "Tires of Renown!91 ' I t K Some Silvertown Triumphs Mileage, ver Gallon of Gas 406 Myrtle Are. HELL ! flATTEBYCDIWPWG , "Will Add Four Guns to Gen. ; Bell's Artillery; to Park ! Them Downtown. ! Four more guns are to be added to i El Paso's complement of artillery. ' Battery A. of the New Mexico national ; guard, haa been ordered to entrain at Columbus. N. M.. for El Paso and it is j expected to arrive here this evening or I Sunday. I Battery A is considered one of the beat artillery organizations in the na tional guard. Under CapL Charles De Bremond. tbe Roswell battery has been drilled to a state of perfection equal to that of the regular army. The bat tery held nisrhtly drills and many maneuvers during the winter and spring at Roswell and. when Gen. John J. Pershing inspected the battery at Itos well he declared It to be one of the best militia organizations he had ever seen. Fnnston Orders Battrry Ifere. The battery was ordered to Columbus at the time the New Mexico suard was mobilized and has been In camp at Camp Furling, Columbus, since that time. Its transfer to El Paso was ordered by Gen- Frederick Funston and the four guns I will be parked downtown. The artillery will be a part of Gen. George Bell's command. Many of the Roswell artil- lervmen are known in El Paso number of them were former students at te New Mexico Militarj institute and have many friends h-re A battalion of th"1 th infantry ..which has been at L'olumhu. is also expected Anderson. Sheepshead Bay. Oct 9th, 1915 .fi&r9&S&V i 350 Mile Race, at 102 Miles per hoar jSISKssr. I Mulford, Sheepshead Bay, May 4th, 1916 ggg$allB&& I 24 Hour Race, at 75J Miles per hour . HfcV'. S " - - nBsHwskn M Resta. IndianapoUs. May 30th, 1916 A'J 9sft1ama I 500 Miles, on Brick Track, at 83j Miles l-"p' ll&S&mlV&Pm I Resta Chicago, June llih. 1916 08" nJKmPsa I 300 Mue Derby, at 9&6 Mfles per hour K -Kg K.eVIVsk I S- Saiif MMmm. mmmmlmm 1 SBPsiisssBWfl JHkSbE-mI i wH9sfW ! "Straight-Side." Typo alto in "Clincher" Type SANTA CATAUNA ISLAND Delightful Summer Resort. BAND CONCERTS in the Amphitheater every evening July 1st to September 1st. 1916. DANCING in the big Pavilion every evening except Sundays, July 1st to September 1st, 1916. Admission to Band Concerts and Dancing Pavilion free to patrons of WILMINGTON TRANSPORTATION COMPANY'S (Bann ing Line) Steamers. ISLAND VILLA and CANVAS CITY are special features at Santa Catalina Island. Good accommodations at moderate rates. BATHING. BOATING. SAILING and FISHING. For reliable information, folders, etc.. and for reservations in Island Villa and Canvas City, write to BANNING COMPANY, AGENTS. 104 Pacific Electric Building. Los Angeles. California. to return to EI Paso to join the head quarters command when th additional coast artillery troops arrive on the bor der to relieve the infantrymen. The coast artillery commands are now en route from the Atlantic coast and will do duty as Infanry on the border. THREE HEN BREAK WINDOW: HOME OWNER FIRES; THEY RUN j Three men are alleged to have at tempted to enter the home of Pedro Juarez, at Eighth and Hill streets Fri day night They tried to break the window when Juarez fired at them and they ran. It Is thought that Juarez hit one of the men. He says he saw one man : stumble, fall, get bark to his feet and i continue to run. Present Pyorrhea. Pyo-Rem Dental Cream, "the perfect potassium chloratr paste," whitens anil vrocrves th. teeth. 23c. For sale by Potter Drug Co Adv. 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