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Friday, Oct. 12, 1917.
WIN I MM
Makes a New Time Dis
tance Mark in Ride to
In an attempt to set a new time
between New York and Lou Angeles,
a.:f , Erwin G. ("Cannonball"
"Raker on his motorcycle pot up new
-rords between the Metropolis and
.' lbuqutrque. N. M. He rode from
New York to Indianapolis. 80 Z mile,
in ;j hours. :o minutes, averaging
T'Z iv.!es per hour (or the entire dls
' ir.ee This :s tar in excess of the
t n;e made by any other motor ve-
h. !, and is only bettered by some
of the fastest Knitted trains.
I'rnr: Indianapolis to Kansas City.
!' Kit rmsed ins sverage speed to
in miles per hour. In spite of a
'?ldv of fonr hours, two of which
i ere rVvotf.U to resting. At Dodce
".:... Kans.. he had covered 1771
r 'it :n two ilayn, no hours, 2'
rjtp, elarsed time.
Knnmfr into Albuquerque, X M.,
"ak' r had l.een out of New York
i. -re 03VS, 1 heirs and had covorea
-- n-.les. a'fas.np 24 57 miles per
' ur, elapsed time. He had averaged
' 4 n-.llts per Say to this point, nil
ori-.-'ft aailv mileage hems' S5S-
3ik'-r was ke-ing up this fast
ire across Arizona when a skid on
.- bad pif-e of road caused him to
'.h and tear a number of ligaments
' j. nnkle This accident, which
.pr-'aefi near vTilllams, Arts., ne-r-
.tat'd his abandoning- his trip,
'though he had only S41 miles to
to rah Lor Angeles. He was 16
jrt ahead of the previous motor
. , !r record held by A. T. Bedell at
! :.ne cf the accident.
ILIFFHILU EASTERN HURLER,
TO II IN TIE GIT! SERIES
CLIFF HILUcracJc southpaw of for
r er El Paso tot, and now of the
Baltimore International league
-t, - here he n as formed by manager
nmie Mack of the Athletics, will
P h Sunday afternoon at Rio Graade
i ir'n :n the initial game of the spe
i a: ci'y scrlej, between the all-star
t;- league and all-star army teams.
"he services of Hill were obtained
' r.-lav night by business manager
V Cone of the series, and the
c:. l-it nander will work in the
"a. jittle of the series which will
d ?'.ei a period of five games,
t m ceins played each Sunday,
- t- : pu-pese of developing the
l he series, which will be between
- two strongest teams that could
So: ten together in this district,
belne likened unto the famous
' :rity-:oth infantry post. season bat
es o? two years ago which lasted
:-: a period of eight games, and
-Tied :n a victory for the army team.
He ok" (Claude) Graham, lately of
:'-e Western league won the cham
pionship for the doughboy team, the
i vilians finding it Impossible to son--.tet
w.th the swift slants of the mil
;arv hurler. They won every game
-i which Graham did not pitch, how-
Piwae 295 or 296
And hare that
Broken Window Glass
The Tuttle Paint &
Auto Drivers, Attention
My Convex Prismo Lens Lave been approved
by State board and also by Judge Hall.
Ford sizes $125 per pair
Larger sfees 2.00 par pair
Flat lenses all sizes. . .70 per pair -
L. W. Hoffecker
413 Mills Street
LEXINGTON "Minute Man Six"
The test ear for the mom?, $1345. Pione for -a sssHutntMH.
The mut beaatHsl city car made and wonderful in peifarraancc.
White-Hebberd Motor Sales Co.
Mootana ai Csmpbell
banking by mail
a ire and convenient way to do your banking. We give special attea
to accounts seat to us through the malls.
Our free booklet "Banking By Mail" explains our method of handling
. ngs accounts and cheeking accounts by mail A post card will bring it
. i will be under no obligation
v.'c cpsrste under the guaranty tund law of the State of Texas.
EL TASO BANK A TRUST COMPAXY
Rl Paso, Texas '
4S Interest Paid On Savings Account! Vh
STATE NATIONAL BANK
' R MOKFJCTJtD. Presides
I' -Till MAGOFTTS. Tiee. Pres
i. i crLcuats
ID GK PIE
Will Award Trophy for the
Purpose of Stimulating
New York, Oct. It A. K. Maeom
ber. the California sportsman, who Is
the owner of America's greatest
thoroughbred stable and an ardent
supporter of the movement for re
mounts for the army, has again come
to the fore in an effort to aid military
racing by the presentation of a flio
trophy, to be raced for at the United
Hunts autumn meeting at Belmont
Park Terminal. October IX. One of
the conditions of the event is tost of
ficers and men of the army can get
in to ride'ftt 165 pounds with the dis
tance two miles over the various bar
rier? of this admittedly difficult
As the leader in this section of the
country In regard to the development
of military racing, the United Hunts
intends to keep the coming race up to
the standard which has obtained in
the part with the test one which will
proe the necessity for such events
under t!-e conditions which exist- The
program wll be divided between
races on the flat and over the Jumps,
and as the meeting will mark the
grand finale of the year in these
parts, a gala occasion will in all like
lihood be the result.
HOGGE TURAS TO T-VW".
Detroit. Mich . Oct. 15. Clinton
Rogse, former Federal League Amer
ican Association and American
League pitcher, has entered a local
law college. Rogge graduated from
Adrian College in 1916. but has been
pitching league baseball for nearly a
ever, and it made the race an excit
This afternoon between the
hears cf 4 16 and six oclock the
dry leagaers trill bold pi He ice
at Rio Grande park under the
spervisien of manager Red Liv
lagsteB. The soldier players ap
pear at the park at fn3 clock
each aftersooa and work for two
hours In order to get their mus
cles thoroughly limbered up.
The majority of the amy team will
l.e composed of Fifth cavalry stars
it Is believed, as that regiment wonld
the military championship of the
bbrder, and Is considered to have the
strongest team at Fert Bliss.
The 3th and 64th Infantry regi
ments, and the 11th and ISth field
artillery will also be consulted In the
matter of representation, however. In
order to get the strongest team pos
sible together to uphold the military
prestige. Either Suddarth or Comeau
will start the game against the El
Fasoans who will be headed by Cliff
Hill. The remaining players have
been picKen iron tne strongest ciuos
or u league.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
At Los Angeles R.H. E.
Oakland 1 18
Venus & 9 S
Batteries: Oakland. Good bred and
Murray; Vernon, Promote and Cook.
At Salt Lake City It- II. B.
Los Angeles 16 IS 2
Salt Lake 2 16) t
Batteries: Lee Angeles, Crandall
and Basster: Salt Lake. Sehlnkel.
Kirtanayer and Hannah, Byler.
At Oakland B.H.B.
Portland 4 9 1
San Fraaetsco 2 7 2
Batteries: Portland, Gardner and
Lee; San Francisco, Johnson, Gregory
TEXAS S ARB VERY QUIET.
The Texas League also lust now Is
sitting tight and waiting tor some
thing to develop tn that Beaumont
sranehise matter. There must be
something In this sitting around
Capital, Sarplss asd
I . N BAtSETT. Ties President.
.BO D. PLORT. Cubler.
t iut. rubier.
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ATURDAT alternoon at the ce-
svent stadium. High school Tigers
versus Alamogorao, three odocK.
Saturday afternoon at Rio Grande
park, company B, 2th Infantry versus
battery D, 18th artillery, at three
Sunday morning at Rio Grande
park. Myrtle avenue stars versus sec
ond engineer battalion eleven, 14
The above games comprise XI Paso's
football schedule for the week end.
and are expected to bring together
some of the fastest teams in this dis
trict. The High school battle will
mark the initial appearance of an
outside club on a local gridiron this
season and much interest in the en
counter, chiefly because of the excel
lent playing of the Tigers, and the
reported strength ot the Alamogordo
In a recent game tbe "Alamo"
team vnas defeated by tbe Ros
well nigh school but are prepared
to come down and present their
greatest strength against the
A BATTING RACE
' Rath of Salt Lake and Fitzgerald
of San Francisco continue to give
the Pacific coast public as close a
race for batting honors as was ever
presented to followers of baseball.
For weeks there has been a fluct
uating margin of only a few points
between them and no one Is ventur
ing to predict who will be the ulti
The rivals. are keeping a hawk
like watch of each others dally rec
ords in the official box scores. The
men are 30 close together now that
the difference btween a time at bat
and what does not constitute a time
at bat may mean a change in their
BOXERS LOSE KITES.
London, Eng Oct. 11. The latest
casualty list Issued contains the
names of a large number of famous
British sportsmen who have fallen
on the western battle front. Two
well known boxers have made the big
sacrifice Lieut. A. Burnett, the
heavyweight, and Alfred Farton .of
tbe Grenadier Guards, being killed in
HBXDRICKS GETS TOESBXT.
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct 12. Jack
Hendricks, manager of the Indian
apolis club, winner of the American
Association pennant, is wearing a
diamond cluster stick pin, the gilt of
Indianapolis baseball fens. James C
McGiU. president of the club, was
presented with an engraved gold
fountain pen. The 'presentations
were made at a banquet given in
honor of the victorious players.
advertised this week in a full
page of the Saturday Evening
Post, is without doubt the best
one in toe market.
Prices: f36.O0, W30.08, i7S.0O
Agent for El Paso,
Temporary Office. 618 X. Santa Fe
Allow Me to Give Too a .
Medical Advice on
Given Free by
Cost Nothing for Opinion of Your
Everyone recognises the value of
expert opinion. This is the age ot
speeiaUem, and when we have work
ot importance to be done, -we go to
an expert in his line.
Years ago it was realised that
medicine covered too broad a field
tor any one man to master its every
branch. Hence, the doctor who spe
cialised in some particular branch
became the most proficient and the
The wonderful success of the great
blood remedy, E 8. S., is due largely
to the fact that it jias not been rec
ommended as a cure-all, but strictly
for those diseases having their origin
310 TEXAS ST.
W AND SUNDAY
Pass City aggregation which has
mt received a defeat this season.
The mi!ita: y contest at Rio Grande
park is also expected to develop some
good fast baseball and should not be
missed by the army fans, and fol
lows: s ot the two teams. The eleven
from company B, captained by Lieut.
LUley. has been showing considerable
form lately and the team has gained
a large number of supporters who in
tend to make tbe trip and witness
the game, which will mark tbe first
appearance of the battery eleven.
Lieutenant LUley has been working
his men steadily for the past week
in preparation for the game and all
are in fine condition.
The plucky little Myrtle avenue
stars will face their second rival
team this season when thev meet the
second engineer team. Little is known
of the strength of the engineer team,
but it Is reported to be a strong fast
eleven that is well equipped both in
the line and baekfield with heavy
Players wno Know tne angles ol use
The Stars gained many friends by
their showing against the heavier
troop M aggregation last Sunday, and
tickets to the game are selling rap-
NEW YORKERS TO
New Tork. Oct. 11. C C C. T.
Intends to participate in all its usual
winter sports this term, despite the
loss of some varsity team members
to the war. This will anniv to both
interciass and intercollegiate athletic
activity, wherever conditions at the
other end warrant, inter varsity com
petition with rival institutions will
be held just as in previous years.
It Is found that this fall the track
team has suffered most severely, and
yet the damage tnay easily be re
paired. The brilliant basketball team
of last year and the swimming squa'I
are practically intact.
COULDNT HOLD A MEETING;
COMMERCE CHAMBER LOCKED
The meeting of retail grocer and
butchers of Si Paso, which was to
have been held Thursday evening at
the chamber of commerce, was called
off beecause of the failure of the
janitor to have the door unlocked. It
was reported. The janitor was in
structed to have the auditorium open
and the lights ready for the meeting
but when the members of the associ
ation appeared at 8 oclock they could
not gain entrance to the building. Af
ter waiting until 2:30 they decided to
postpone the meeting until some time
RAND TOCBIM1 IN ACTO.
W. J. Rand, presidest.ot the El Paso
Bituilthic company, will leave this after
neon on a IS day buiiness trip in New
Mexico, soing to Raton, via Las Crures
ard Demise and rtturarac via Clovt. Bo
will soaks the trip is sa wnDau&
RESUMB PREPAID TICKETS.
Beginning October 15, the Texas
railroads will resume handling pre-
natri ticket bv telezranh. as in the
past, it has been announced by South
ern pacuic oiiiciaia aero.
1 .Messenger gins nave imch uiv
nlnnu nf bars emoloved bv the war
department and the "chief clerk" says
mat tney more emcieni in ov 01 1 way.
Girl bus conductors in London work
ten hours a day. for which they re
ceive 2. with an additional Jl.28 a
wees: as a war ooaus.
in a disordered condition ot the blood.
For more than half a century it has
been used with nlghly satisfactory
results for Rheumatism. Catarrh, Ec
xema. Scrofula, Tetter, and other blood
Our medical director, who is an
expert on blood and skin diseases,
offers his services without cost to all
who wish his aid. Tou are invited to
write aim fully about your own indi
rldual ease, and he will gladly give
you such directions for treatment as
your esse requires.
Tou can obtain S- B. 8. at any drug
store. Don't be persuaded to take a
substitute. If you wish medical ad
vice, address Chief Medical Adviser,
Swift Specific Cx. :1 B. Swift Lab
oratory. Atlanta, Ga. Adv.
Cotton Pickers Earn
Big Pay In South
Memphis. Tana, Oct. 12. Cot
ton pickers are making 23 and
tt a day in many sections of the
south. A few years ago such
amounts would have represented
pay for a week. Thousands of
cotton pickers are needed to
gather the fleecy staple. Cotton
is commanding more than 19
cents a pound, compared with ten
cents a few years ago. Time was
when 7i cents to one dollar a
hundred pounds was considered
high wages for picking, but to
day pickers are paid from il.M
to L75 a hundred.
THREE CERTIFIED TO MAYOR
FOR CHIEF OF POLICE PLACE
L N". Davis, Ben F. Jenkins and
Charles Pollock, the two former being
ex-police chiefs and the latter being
incumbent corporation court judge,
form the list ol eligibles from which
mayor unaries uans win mane tne
appointment orchid of police to suc
ceed B. J. Zabriskie, reslened.
These three names were certified
late Thursday by the civil service
commission to the mayor, as those
having secured the highest grades in
the examination held Mondsjr, which
was stood by S. H. V eater, acting
chief, and Joseph Bean, an experi
enced watchman, besides Davis, Jen
kins and FbitocK.
The matter is now entirely In the
hand of the mayor. Just how soon
he wilt make the appointment is not
WAR ZONE INSURANCE
RATE IS DECREASED
Washington. D. C. Oct. 12. Reduc
tion of approximately Si nercent re
cently by the government in war risk
insurance rates on vessels traversing
the war zone was followed today by a
reauouon 01 one intra in premiums on
Insuranse of officers and crows on
As In the case of the previous re
duction, "decrease of risk" aas as
signed by the government as the
cause. The new rate, which is ef
fective immediately, is SO cents per
J let; the old rate was 75 cents. The
reduction applies to crews ot all
American vessels sailing between
American ports and all European
ports and African ports in the Medi
terranean. VICE PRESIDENT ADOPTS
14 MONTHS OLD BABY
Phoenix, Ariz, Oct 12. Vice pres-
wcai ana jan. jsarsnau are uomi
cued in their Soottsdsle home, to
which they were escorted by gov
ernoi and Mrs. Campbell and bv
chairman Stoaeman. of the democratic
state committee and Mrs, Stoneman.
Mr. Marshall states that he expects
to stay only two weeks, then leaving,
with Mrs. Marshall, for a speaking
tour of the northwest, his addresses
to be ox purely patriotic nature.
With the Marsha lis has come an
adopted child, Clarence, now 14
months old. The boy. once sickly.
now is sturdy. He will be left here
tilt December, in care of Mrs. Mar
snail s mother.
TWO NEGROES HELD; CASE
OF BUTTER IS RECOVERED
An attempt to get away with a 20
pound case of butter which was os a
truck In front of the W. V. Constable
company. 2ol South Kansas, street,
Thursday, resulted in the arrest of
mo negroes. Cleveland white and
Sherman Gordon, and the recoverv of
the butter by officers E. A. Decker
ana js. u. jjoty. all inside of sn hour.
According ta police reports, the ne
groes left the butter with a Mexican
butcher at 412 East Second street
Shortly afterwards, the driver of the
truck for the Constable company, no
ticing the loss, called up tbe police,
and the arrests followed.
LEXINGTON MAYOR PLEDGES
TO REMEDY MORAL CONDITIONS
- Washington, D. C Oct 12. The
war department commission on train
ing camp activities today made pub
lic correspondence between chairman
Fosdlck and maor Rogers of Lex
ington. Ky.. In which the mayor
acknowledged that the committee's
investigation of moral conditions I
around Camp Stanley disclose a situ-!
atlon "simply horrible'- and pledges I
his Dersonal and official nnM that he 1
well use every means in his power
to correct tho auful conditions
that now exist."
SOCIALIST OFFICIAL GERMER
DENIES ANY DISLOYALTY
Grand Rapias. Mich. Oct. 1.'
Adolph Germcr. secretary of the Na- !
tional Socialist psrty. testifying 11,
his own behalf in I'nitcU stttcs di - '
trict court tnrfnv At .A v. .. m-I
volved In any anti-draft consplrscy.
The government has charged that
a pamphlet printed at his direction,
contained disloyal utterance. Ger
mer declared he did not consider the
pampniet disloyal and testified it was
not sent out for the purpose of in
ducing men to oppose the draft.
GOVERNOR LEAVES FOR DALLAS
TO OPEN TEXAS STATE FAIR
Austin, Tex., Oct. K. Goternor and
Mrs. W. p. Hobby will leae tonight
for Dallas, where the goernor Is
tcliduled tr foiinal! open t'.ic Dallas
i-'.aie fair He is '.ten to rirri.ni
ovei Surdav .tt Iaii- Adr-'la": gr
er.il and Mrf. J .1 1. !
BY WH EE LAN
Alexander Dumas Begs
Out Of Navy: Dreams
Big Boche After Him
Laboring tinder tbe hallucination
that a German soldier "armed to the
teeth appeared at his bedside each
night and said "Look here, niggah. is
you goin to come over to fight us
Germans, "cause 11 ysuse is, i se goin
stick dis bayonet tn yer heart," Alex
ander Dumas Moore. 9S1 East Frank-
line street has returned to his home
here after being discharged by the
naval officers at San Francisco. He
enlisted ten dsys ago and left for San
Francisco as a cook attendant but
according to the local recruiting offi
cers, he became so terrified by his
hallucinations that be could not be
retained in the service.
Upon his arrival here Friday morn
ing Moore called at the naval recruit
ing office. He told the officers that
ne was not going 10 ngni tne Ger
mans and had been discharged.
"Why were you discharged T one of
the officers asked.
Then tbe negro told of the "ap
pearance each night at his bed oz toe
"Why. man." he said. "I ain't coin'
fight dera Germans, 'cause If I does
dat German soldier would sure stick
de bayonet In man heart Dis niggah
don't want to die jest yit."
HIGHWAY COMMISSION HAS
S376.8i5.54 CASH ON HAND
Austin. Texas, Oct 11 Receipts of
the state highway commission for the
montns 01 July. August- ana Septem
ber, 117. aggregated 17lt,70.S0 and
the disbursements during this same
period, reached ?Us.7-2t, according
to tne quarterly report or tne commis
sion filed with governor W. P. Hobby.
The balance, i7(,81S.Si. ta deposited
in banks and in the state treasury.
Of the disbursements, JJtS,lJ.3t
was paid out m allotments to the va
rious counties in the state to be used
as a road fund for the improvement
and maintenance of roads. The other
disbursements were: Administration
of the department Jt8.52; motor
registrations. $t,(ll5.SJ: equipment
170U i7: engineering. 11037.16: project
No. 1, J401.SJ: checks unpaid and
charged back, 5107.St.
The receipts embrace 7H,Si3.S0 for
fees la the registration of motor vehi
cles to the number ot I76.8i: moo.se
for registration of 3067 motorcycles:
Sll.t7l.i0 derived from dealers' license
to the number ot IMS: 3 1107 for trans
fers at ;i each and 3K.21Z derived
from chauffeurs licenses.
DECLARES CAMPAIGN IS
WAGED AGAINST RED CROSS
Washington, D. C Oct 12. Declar
ing efforts to disparage the work of
the American Red Cross are being
made, in various sections of the coun
try as part of an anti-patriotic propa
ganda, general manager Harvey D.
Wilson today telegraphed Red Cross
division managers to begin a nation
wide campaign to trace the movement
to its source and combat It
"It is evident that rumors and in
nuendoes, critical of and calculated
to embarrass the Red Cross, are be
ing Industriously circulated as part
of an anti-patriotic propaganda." the
telegram reads. The Red Cross has
no secrets, it is making a sincere ef
fort to serve mankind and is doing
It as carefully and economically as
it knows bow. Its accounts are to be
studied by the war department and
utmost effort is being made to give
publicity to its activities."
EL PASO AN IS DIRECTOR
OF CIRCULATION MANAGERS
Atlanta, Ga., Oct 15. H. H. Fris.
of The El Paso Herald, was elected to
membership on the board of directors
of tbe International Circulation Man
agers association at the closing ses
sion of the annual convention yes
terday. L C. Sears, of the Davenport
Times, Iowa, was chosen president.
Other officers elected were: Joseph
Taylor, Grand Rapids, Mich.. Press,
first vice president; James McKeraaa,
New Tork World, second vies sroal-
dent and James A. Matthews, Okla
homa City. Ok la., secretary-treasurer.
The new board ot directors included
besides Mr. Fris, J. M. Annenberg,
Union Star. Schenectady. V. T.; John
Toler. Atlanta Constitution: W. L.
Argue. Toronto (Opt- Star, and
James Farley, Philadelphia North
The 1911 convention will be held !n
Washington, D. C.
ENDORSE WOMAN SUFFRAGE
Columbus, Ohio, Oct 12. The Na
tions! Council of Congregational
churches in session here today
adopted by a large majority, a reso
lution favoring woman suffrage. The
Miffrage question was unlooked tot
and d-veloped hot debate.
Active participation In prohibition
work and support of tho Antl-Salovi
league was pledged by the council
A resolution urged president Wilson
to forbid, during the period of ti
war. the use ff food values in h
manufacture of alcoholic liquors and
in1 aie 01 suca liquors.
CONTRACTOR TO BE TRIED
ON CHARGE OF FRAUD
V-v.- Or'.ean". Oct. 1 .'.Frederick
P.' e .-cjri.-ig. former wealthy Phlla-
d 1 'h'i contractor. anil Elisabeth
n-nd-ii. his fulmar stenographer. left
here today for Philadelphia in custody
ot a detective to snswer charges of
tonip'r( v to defraud life insurance
- : r , W.13 rupr-od ti. have been
1 v'Tr". i'v Audit.
1 ib ire I'hiladelphi 1
ir.es 1 . r s E-iiic.es
-t tlc iiA.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
fir rsiemcnt a street Isr: hj
rBOCLAJIATION OF MAXOK.
WBERKASL on the I7th day of Seoteni
b." jTDTlin. th. City Coancl ofth.
City of El Paso Texas, at a regular m
Itis thereot by the onanloioaa vote of the
Aideimen unseat there bdw torn Ml
Aldermen oraMBt flnaHv Baaeed.. and
adopted three (I) certain pRDl.NAVLt.Ti
ordeiinc and aathertshur the lesuance or
COUPON BONDS of said CUT
for to our.
iom of borrowuut moner noon the credit
ot said City, tobe used for the followlnr
BUF5jSf'-foWerivlde for OCT! HUNDRED
THOUSAND U1W.MO.00) dollars, for the
oorooee ef oroildlna- a fond for the o
lna of street and alley Intersections in the
SECONDf-pro ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND Il4f.e00.JS dollars for the
Durrose of provtdine for the bolldinr of
nubile achools In tho Clly ef El Paso.
T,TriRl5iTe erovlde ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND (tletutetl Ml dollars for tea
uurpoas of "ihw sermaneDt Imorove
menti for the aeooly of water for the Cltr
rt&eb"ieid ORDINANCES ad?oti. as
sforosaid axe entitled r pactlvely :
FrBST AN ORDINANCE author! zinc the
issuance ot BONDS tor the oureoie of oro
vldlnr a fund for the navuur of street and
alley Intersections; . , , ,
SECOND An ORDINANCE aothoriiir.r
the Issuance of BONDS for the ourooae of
sevlBK for tb butldur of Pablle Schools:
"tHIRO An OJipiNAV7R anthorlxlnr
the insane ef BONDS for tbs oursose
of making- sermanent lraorovementa for
tbe supoly ef water for the Cltr of El
said Series e Issues of BONDS so oro
poaed to be Iwied are to bear date of the
fit day of Denembar. A. D. 1S17. or aa
near thereto aa practicable: and the
BONDS laaaed ter the vurooeo of eayiac
for Bavin of street ana alley taiersec
tioos are to sear Interest from date at
the rate of tour and one-half f 4 Ja nerotml
Dereeat per aaajra. oarahle Mml-aaaaally:
the other two BONDS leeaed harem men
tioned, are to bear Interest at ths rate
ef ftve (S wreeoti nercent oar aaaam.
uarable sentl-aaBally. and said BONDS are
to be parable aa follows:
Boads numbered eae to thirteen II to
It), both Inclusive. In five ( rears after
Boads numbered foortetn to twenty-six
(it to !. Loth inclusive, la ten flit
years after date:
Beads numbered twenty-seven. ts ' thir-ty-alM
(IT to 3)1. both iacnuiva. In fiftein
'HI years after dale: ...
Bends numbered forty te fifty-two
to IJ. both InehialTe. in twenty (JS) rears
atBond jranvbered flfUr-thrM to stxty-flre
(CI to tftTMth laeraaiv. la twenty-five
years after date: .
Beads numbered iity-tx to Mvesty
elcht to TI). both iaclustv. In thirty
i years after data: ,
Bone numbered eeveaty-atn to nlnety
OBe IT to 91). both iaeluaive. is tMrty-fWe
veara after data:
Boads numbered ninety-two to oae han
drid (! to le both ladusiTe. te forty
'AsijBONlSsf ar to be kaewa re-
Rfer'PA VINO BONDS." tri No. .
-EL ?A!0 PCBUC SCHOOL. BONDS. "
ttTsS X . ...
A ad tl.tr are ts srclfT tkt wbom for
which ther are lamed. rapeotietr. .
That said ORDINANCES. rmetHhwlT.
maka oro virions for lvytaMr a ad oaUeet
iax aaavaliy a nfWnt tax to oar tha
lotartwt os said BONDS aa it accrsaa. and
to vi-oVida. at leaat. tn and ane-half
2ty pcreent) orrcaat. aa a afakinir load tor
Tha said ORDINANCES alao amide that
they ahaJl. aevexaTty. take effect and b
In force when they have been ratified
by a majority vote ot the 4aJUied votri
of said Ctty who are ad raiorexa taxnavera
ot said city. TOUEX at as icue neia
whether or not each
shall bo tasued
iaritv of aakl a
anallfied tax naylnr voters
Mlawinn mlifall vot tn favor
ana tsat obh
Totinr at said el
rf t hst nrnfwtsrlt'lAi
of the propoaltloav for their issuance then
th aalrl ROVriS khall not be laened. bat
on the contrary if the proposition for the
Issuance of said BONDS, resnectrrely. shall
be sustained by a majorttv e the aal
jaliried tax paylnx voters votiar at said
election, then tbe said BONDS shall be
NOTICK IS HEREBT GIVEN that an
lection, tne manner of hold! rye and mak
tna returns of which shall be srorerned by
the laws of the State rejrulatjna seneral
electioes in ao far aa the sant may be
nnollcable, will be held in the City of El
Paso, and in each and ail of the retrnr
'rtneta thereof en the Slat day ef Oc
tober. A. Dl It 17. for the petfooee of snb
mlttlnsr to the eeters qualified aa afore
said, the proposition whether or not the
aforaeaid BONDS, or either, or any seriee
of them, ahall be tssned and thereby en
abllsue said voter to ratify or rewadtate
tha action ef the Cltr Ceuncii inordertec
the ieauanoe of said BONDS. The polls
ahall be OBesed and the election bald in
the several yotlac: reclacta of the City.
at fsllnwa trwesfit '
Prwot X. 1 ThO!
emaa raraxa. West
Overland and Santa Fe streets. R. S. Ana
tin preaidlnr ludce. ft
Precinct No. J American raraxe. 90
South OrtJton street 3am BUI. preeidtBx
Precinct No. -Central fire atation. X
T. Fraser. prestolnr Indxe.
Precinct No. 4 Myers Co., Oreriand and
Campbell etreets. Georxo U Haxeman. pro
Preelact No. 5 lT Sooth Vlraiaia street.
C W. Chriatley. nreeMinr tudra
Preelact No. lit South Tars street. X
Escajeda. tveeldlna' lodce.
Precinct No. T City hall. Henry JerreH.
preeldi n fudxe.
Precinct No, I InteraaUonal Auto eom-
To My Insuring Friends:
My office is bow located at 102 Pioaeer Plata, City
National Bask BuiHkis.
I am prepared to write Fife asd AiHoeeobsk Iasarance
in the Citizen Ioturaoce Coskpaay of Mihob ri and tbe Get
mania Fife Intmace Coapasy of New York, both strictly
Arsericaa Cowpanie. ako have The Northern TJdewriters'
Agency Departmeat of the Northern AHwaace Coropanyi Ltd..
I abo write LiabiHiyf Workwen's CsMfvmatioB. Plate
GUm. Boiler. Elevator. Burglary. Fidelity and Surety Boads,
and Accident Insurance, represent ieg die Maryland Casualty
Company of Baltimore, Marj'laBd, and The Aetaa Cataaky
and Surety Coetp&ny of Hartford, Conn.
Yours for insurance that protects,
Charles B. Stevens
1W ot k a it aaorr,i
I totDMorm I 3
(Daily 8:4S A. X.)
A Solid Sleeping, Dining and Observation
Oil Burning Locomotives
We Have Round Trip Rates to a Number of
Points in the East.
Let TJs Figure on Your Next Trip.
City Ticket Office. No. 206 No. Oregon.
Write for a booklet on the WONDERS OF THE APACHE
TRAIL OF ARIZONA.
Dany. Texaa and flerenc atraeta. P. V
i udson. oreaidbur tndce.
Precinct No. plU Cettea avenue, a X.
Dttckett vtKrtdtaff tadre.
Precinct No. 1 Kast O Paso fire ela
tion. CR Kolle oreMrtine ladxe,
pfeoct No 11 Jt:s Alaaaeda etre't
Cfcailee Held, prea-dlng indare.
Precinct No. 13 Gmbta i arracery. Hu-''
end Conia vtreeta. C II. Uewrenes. ure-
Pre5die?N-v 1UC,k;u. .arace, SMS T
laroee. street. Frank Judkiaa. weaidinc
1Uprecinrt No. 14 Kirhland Park crocer .
FederaT and Ken rock v streets. SL U Obear.
Precinct No. IS Htehisnd Park Are sta
tion. C. A. Smith, tjwsfdiw lodre.
Precinct No. It Ideal Pbarmauy. W- B
Ware. nrealdlaK 1udxr
Frtnct Ne. 17 Lamar d-c stor. I!1
Fast Boulevard. J. M. Dudley, nreald -x
'U Precinct No. tt arown and Missouri
strwts W. E. Orr. presldinc tuare.
Precinct No. 19 i Oct a Ha street. Ed
sr r-eweli. nreMdina ludee.
Precinct No. 3fl Mesa fire station. C 3.
Frik areatdlna tnda.
Prectnet No. Jl 5 North Kansas atre
Jck Manninc oresidiBC 1udr.
Precinct No. S3 Praser s niumbinr aho.
1J North Orecon street. P. V. Bo.ce. ore-sldina-
lodce. . ,
Precinct No, 2$ Northwest corner Art
sor.a and Kansas streets. A. T. Sainworth.
Precinct No. 14 El Paeo Gaa cornnarr.
Orecon and rraaklia streeta. Gtorre W.
CriJtcher nredtna- 3udce.
Precinct No 11 Garare. rear of 511
Prosnect street. DouU Hess, oresidior
Precinct No. 3 Tteff-Stilesr comnany.
Marion Robertson orealdinr tndre.
Precinct No, 2T Orndorff caraxe, C M.
Guder nresidlajc Indxe.
Tho ballots to be used at eald election
shall contain subatantiaUr the foliowins
worda ntinted thereon In btack letterlnr.
and said ballot shall be minted on o.air
ooaoue. white naner. Al! voters deatrirsr
to sTjatain the Drooesition to tsue th
BONDS in accordance with this OP.
''IN'ANCC. shall have orinted unoa their
ballots sobatastially the followlnr words:
"Upon proposition to issue Bonds to b
used for the purpose of nayinr for eas
ier of the ttttarsectlons of streets and. a -leys
la tha City of El Paso, Texas.
And those opposed to the issuance of said
rnds shall hiTt nrlnted noon their ba.-
loui aabatanually the follw4nr words.
MCaon propoeltlen to issue, BONDS to bs
osea lor tne purpose oi oatibb: xor p ir.tr
of the Intersections of streets and si!', yd
In the City of Rl Paso. Texas.
"Ajralnst Issuance of Bond.
And earn voter ahall strike out frtra
aald ballot the words:
"For Issuance ef Bonds" or "Axilnit
Issuance of Bowds." according as ha d
atrea to vote Xor or axaiast aM sropo&i-
All voters deatrhur to jsuatatn the nrono
siuea to issue ttBQWP8 in aocordanA
with this ORDINANCE, ahalf have pnti
upon their ballot a, saaetiafUllr the foi-
o wins worosr
-Unon nrooositSoA to. fsaoe SON
ne BONDS for
the bulldlnx rZ
the purpesq of payinr ror i
"ror gssuance ox jsenaa.
And thoae oooosed to the Issuance of
aald boads shall ha to printed upon thir
ballots, subatanttmlly the followitur word:
Upon proposition to issue BONDS far
the purpose of noyisr for the bail dine c?
Public Scheo'a. in EI Paso. Texas."
"Ajcalnet Issuance of Bonds.
Each voter atriklnc out from aald bal
lot the words:
Fer Iseuance ef Bonds. r "Ajnlnat
T nuance of Benda." aoeordiac aa . de
sires to vote for or axajnat said ctopoj.
tlon. All Totfs deatrinr to vqstaln tho trro po
sition to laeue the BONDS In accordance
with this ORDINANCE shall hare printed
upon their ballota substantially the follow -.nr
Upoei propositson ta issue BONDS for
oorooee of maklnc oermaBent teiowv- -trenta
for the supply Of water for tho Ci:y
of El Paso. Texas."
"For Issuance of Boa da.
And those oonesed to the issuance of
said Boo da sooiT have printed upon thi
banota suhstaatUUy the followUts- word-.
"Upon iiropoeittoa to lseue BONDS f"
the purpose of mo king nermanent lmorove
menta for the su&eJy of water for the CI-v
of El Paso. Texas."
MAaratnst Issuance of Bonds.
Each voter strikin: out from said ballot
"For Isaruanco of Bonda. r A r su r. 1 1
Issuance of Bonds. accordrax aa be desires
to vote for or axainst said nroposltion.
PROVIDED, each and all tho proposi
tion to issue bonds above en am era tei.
aail be printed upon the same ballot tn
ba -order above set forth.
Upon ascertainment ox tho results
aald election, the action of the City Coun
cil in ordertpx tho 1 sens nee of said bonii
and ts nasafnr the ordinance aforesaid
ahalt be declared to be ratified or co
re titled a to either, or any. or alt of
said propositions to issue boads, accordi-ie
to the result ef said lection and t).
bonds shall be issued or not issued as eizy
be determined by aald eieetloiL
1 hereby name and appoint the pr- -aidiax
officers severaiTy specified Abo-
to Modoet the election la their moeci: e
nrecincta and they are authorized and err
aowrred to select aa aaaocxate tudxe ana
two clerks in each precinct, each oresidinx
tudxe seiectlnx his own associate and
It le hereby directed that this not:
of election shall be publiafaed for tiurt-.-1M
days excltwve of tho day Of publica
tion and of tho day on which said elec
tion la to be held, in the official news
paper of the City of 131 Paso, and a. true
cony ef th's notice of elecoes shall be
Dosted trp for at least thirty f0) der
prior te said election, exclusive of the da
of poetinx and of tha day on which aa.-!
election in held, at tho several places de
txaattd for hotdlax the said election m
each of tho aforaid election nredneta
GIVEN CNDER tot hand and afficla
seal in ttM Cftv at JO SaM. TarTaat. ert
xfcJs the 27th dar of Sent. A. D 1117.
Mayor of the City of Et Paso. Texas,
Oty Clerk of tho City ef B Faso. Texa.
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