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Frfdaj, Sepf . 3, 1920. ir When A Feller Needs A Friend - - ByBriggs (Copyriffht. 1919, Jew York Trfbanr, Inc.) PLAYERS DRAW FOR POSITIONS IN TOURNAMENT EI Paso Tennis Club Cracks Practice for Opening Match On September 4. Drawings for matches In the tour nament of the 1 Pavo Tennis clnb to be held at Arizona and Ansa -streets on September 4, 5 and 6 will be held tonight at the office of secretary F. M. Barger, of the clnb, in the 1 Paso & South-western bnfldlne:. It was originally intended to hold the drawings Thursday, but, as the niry list is constantly Increasing:, It was thought adTifcable to hold it open until tonight. More than 25 tennis enthusiasts have entered the tourna ment and more are expected hourly. Secretary Barger stated Friday 4 morning thar one of the real pur poses of the club was to stake a junior tournament also, to encourage ihexplaymg of tennis among the youngsters of the city. With this end i in view, the club members are getting in touch with the youthful players, and a tournament within the next few m wm aouDtiess result. Auto Racers To Climb Pike'sPeak Colorado Springs. Cola. Sept. 3. Twenty-five auto entrants for the second Pike's Peak hill climbing eon-T-st on Monday are taking dally spins to try out the road and pat 31 said that the 1916 time, the year of .-v 'vnuc iow, iuis oeen oroaen ia one or two instances but nothing of ficial has been given out. Drivers who have been over the course this year are said to have got away from slowing down and making broad swings at curves. The weather has given the racers considerable trouble. There was a "owstorm abo e timber line yester day and the previous day there was -n eVrrrical discharge. It was dur- g tr's latter sttvrn that Miss """ B Hollo ell of Marvsville, j "A3 "d King- on ine summit e vs. wt- k iied and a number ar F t c Hijciea th - a -" s ror er arrire-l i - -- " -alee par- l-t hand-I the .- 4 AILEEN DILLON OUTCLASSES CIRCUIT FIELD Wins First Place in Chamber of Commerce Slake; Kilo Watts Second. Milwaukee. Wis. Sept S. Alleen Dillon. drlTen by 'Whitney, -won tie 2:1 trot, feature event on Thursday's Great Western circuit card here. Kilo Watts was second. The race went six heats with close finishes. Summary: 2:12 pace, stake HM6; John R won; Star Boy Englesby. second; Commodore Hal. third. Best time: 2:07. 2:10 trot. Cchamber of Commerce stake. $3000; Alleen Dillon, won: Kilo Watts, second; Red Bon. third. Best time. 2:07. 2:05 pace. Republican hotel stake, S2000: Sal Mahone. won: Russell Boy. second; Royal Earl, third. Best time. Z.-0J1J. Free-for-all pace, stake S1SO0: Single C won; Grace Direct, sec ond: Johnnie Quirk, third. Best time, 2:1J. Edman Captures 2 Year Old Race Headville. Mais., Sept. 3. Fred Edman, Tennessee jockey, at the Grand Circuit races Thursday cap tured the Boston Herald's $2000 purse offered for 2 year old trotters and led the field In the 2:06 trot. Favonian was his entry in the juvenile event while Tootsie Tolse, accounted for his sectond victory. Favonian had little difficulty In winning the Herald purse, trailing In each heat until the field swung into the home stretch,"then brushing past the leaders. Best time: 2U2U. Tootsle Toise let the others mate the pace in the first heat of the 2:06 trot until she headed them in the home stretch, but In the final she led all the way. Her best time was 2 06 V Charles Valentine's s-eldlnc. Walnut Frisco, was the best of the field In the 2 OS, so much faster in fact that the Ohio trainer won the final heat from Bottie Day after making a running break at the three-quarter roie mis Dest wme was 2:08. SOME BIG PUltSE- 'WIIATr Condon Eng, Sept. I- A London er sav the reason Jack Dempsey ns '"anayer, jacK K. earns, turned .he offer of S6.0fK) Tiannds v ' Tor a matcn in iiondon witn ' tpr was on account of the rate acg? It is understood here. e- c- t iat Charles B. Cochran. -I nroTioter. offered to pay the " 'n i American monev and not - e f "g Pretty soft no matter - i or coin it mignt be. BRJEUtS AVOTHEtt HE CORD. " rk Sent. 3. Man OTVar. ' 1 ra --s h orse. In preparation for ra'-re in Saturday's race at Trt worked a mile and a 11 o a second faster than the -3ti record established by the le -yea -ma Thunderclap with 106 - at LAurei, aoaryland, Sep- mj. Man 0War. who r'ier the heavy impost he tv i ' i Saturday's race, was lei out. i TT--ese ed the r z-a. a' tve Na- I t j Rt CaT Pe-rv I r T, ,. .- jfiay -he team 3 " -33 ."ier command of - I. i-rrn Tie team won "- r ac among national guad -pan-s ad 13th among1 all teams en-Tf-Fc n htary and civilian. HITS BATJI. IXARD. k -aio broke Into the game for Mrjt witn a crasn. settinir a er a-d Uo two-backers, his hlt- g1 w -nmff' the game for the Trav is from Nash ille on July 9. With n on ine team. um kock bad i "a for Johnny Frlerson. and he -n as sold to Memphis. T A BtG''T " ! ( BRING "The! ,7 brimIShim S NET ' jMP To THE "M vr-"' ( ,B0AT-5ruLj J f gbt him- I - I anjothebV -, r . JS . USUI iK , y ' j C 7n i 6T WJm lU MH , IttilviMI iMiL L Jl I - I N, I HOOK 6WTED Wlfm wk-il fv AtSy BAIT ARE Voojjv I'S ' JTWjft T?Tf j BSHlNCa? , L-- r !mL gg " IWAT SIZ.6 fiX SeTs' , Vv AT'-g Wrt . T. Tnt h. ; - l TYRONE HAS A LIKELY BOXER; DOYLEjS FAST Will plash With Jack Lopez at Santa Rita, September 1 1 ; Other Bouts. There are quite a number of likely boxers In the Tyrone-Fort Bayard, N. M-, vicinity and who, incidentally, have been putting np some snappy bouts In that region, according; to postmaster D. W. Smith, of Tyrone, a visitor in SI Paso. One of the fastest of the Tyrone men Is "Pup" Doyle, scaling 125 pounds, who is to meet the veteran hard hitting; Jack Lopes, at Santa, Rita on September 1L There will be a number of other contests on the same card, but the Doyle-Lopex af fair will be the headliner. Doyle Is being; boosted for a match with Tom my Carter for the southwestern lightweight title by some of the New Mexican fight enthusiasts and is said to be anxious to show here. His match with Lopes will be a real try out for him. as the Silver City slug ger is one of the toughest men of his weight in the country. In the event he makes a good show ing with Lopez, he could be given a bout with Dal Hawkins as a try out. Quite a bit of enthusiasm Is being shown in the staging of the card on September 11. n Terrace Is Garden Go Out and See II. The recall rains have made a verdant, bloom ing garden of Austin Terrace. The trild flowers are in blcotn b$ the thousands. The lawns and parkings are rich vith nature's velvet green. To the east and north the moun tains, washed clean with refreshing rams, loom vari-colorcd and beautiful. The Rio Grande winds its penshe axrji in and out among the sands far to the south. Mexico and Juarez loll sleepiii in the distance. Between the river and Austin Terrace nestes El Paso, ike great pass city. Austin Terrace is beauty's com manding vantage point in El Paso. Co out and see it It is worm year while. THE WEATHER. ft HEAD vmo Devecoos Bftcic Mucctea "Phone TJs" Tree Kour Ate 347-348 Saturday Candy- Special FRENCH NOUGAT-Oae-HaM Posad 30c L. J. OVERLOOK, BROKER FBJVATK LEASED WIRE Correspondents. Lognn A Bryan, Chicago, New Tork. Paine. Webber & Co-, Bos ton, Duluth, 317 Worth Oregon St. Phone 24SL. SU Regis Hotel. STATE NATIONAL BANK Capital, Surplus A Profits $490,00000. Interest Paid On Savings Accounts. C. R. Korehead, President. Joseph Magbffln, Vice-President. C. X. Bassett, Vice-President. Gecrge D. Klory, Vice-President R. tV. McAfee, Cashier. C. M. Ncbeker, Ast Cashier. r. a DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 1VEATHER BUREAU, Observation! taken it S b. m, 7Mh me ridian tfxse, Sept. 2, ISM. Forecasts t EI Paso and vicin ity: Generally fair totjrtt nd Smtsr- dj. New Mexico and Arisena: Fair to nUht aad Saturday. "West Texas: To night and Satordsy generally fair. Relattra humidity ia-.BI Pxso at neoa Friday was 41 per cent; tempera tar was 81 decrees. Prcetpttatftss last 31 hoars (inches State f weather Lowest Temp, last nlsht 1 Highest Temp, yest'dy-. I Temp, at 8 a, m . j AVUO ft AmartUo frl Atlanta . 7t Chicago . ......,.C2 Cincinnati . ......54 I Denver . ........St DtUota M RL PASO 64 GelvtctOB . 71 Ravrs 41 Kansas Ctty fft Little Reek St Ls Aaceles S4 New Orleans 74 New York C It Phoenix 7C 1M Rocwetl S3 12 St. Losls CI 71 Salt Lake City U San Antonio -,..7 90 San Francisco. ...S4 M Hants M 78 Seattlo . SS 7S Clear Clear' Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Claar PtCldy. PLCSdr. CI Clear T PLCldy. 4 Clear 7 Clear M Cloudy Clear 4 Clear 7 Pt-ddy. H Cloudy SS Clear SZ Clear WaatunKton 8 72 e n... ComparatlTo El Paso PredpltailoR. Jan. 1 to Sept. S. InclualTe. U1T R.7J m. Jan. 1 to Sept. S, Inclusive, it 17, S 69 in. Jan. 1 to Sept. 2. ineluslTe. 1918. S.2I la. Jan. 1 to Sept. 2. lnetnalve. Hid. 4.SS In. Jan. 1 to Sept. 2. lnchiafve. 19M. S.4 In. NormalJan. 1 to Sept. 2, incluatT. C 46 In. OPEXS BUSINESS HERE. Harrv Wilev. fnrmr1v nimi. - parge dry goods store In San Angns- fcuc icias, aao vice-prestaent or the chamber of commerce there, has-sold out and moved to EI Paso. Mr. "Wiley has gone into the automobile business at 21 West San Antonio street. A letter from the chamber nt rnmmi- at San Augustine to the El Paso chamber of commerce bespeaks for Mr. "Wiley a warm reception. The chamber here will try to enlist him in Its membership. OIL EXCITEMENT CONTINUES IN RISING STAR FIELD r.lslnc Star, Tex., Sept. J. There Is more excitement in the one sqaare mile In which the Hilburn discovery- well was brought In than in any other oil territory in Texas jast now. The long life of the discovery well has been instrumental in brincinir many drillers to the field. At pres ent three wells axe expected in and are being watched with interest. They are the Shook-Invinclble No. i and No. 1 and the Bush No. 1. All three wells are around the JIM foot level. The Shook No. la hlnr- eleaned out preparatory to shooting. LOCATION FOR NEW WELL IN CHAVEZ IS SELECTED Roswell. N. X, Sept. J. The loca tion has just been made and the (ter ries: is now under construction for the Blackdom welL which is to be drilled 18 miles south of this city by a California drilling company repre sented here by Verne Lincoln. This weii is neing aruiea a Quarter of a mile west of Blackdom on what Is supposed to be the most promising structure in Chaves county. A rotary drill will be used to go the first 1000 feet and fast progress is expected. DIG Oil, LEASE HADE. VernoB. Tex, Sept. 3. X 400-acre tract of oil leases have sold to Brit Cranfill and C G. Maddox. of, Wichi ta Falls. This property is situated in block 10. of the Waggoner Ranch Oil company subdivision, three and a half miles west of the famous Slg ler welL The Lee Flowers concern Is retaining 240 acres In the above block. They have encountered excel lent showings in their well on the land. GOING AFTER OIL CLOSE TO OLD TURNEY WELLS Fort Stockton. Tex, Sept. 3. The Grant Oil corporation has started active development work, spudding In on & location about 150 feet from the now famous Tnrney wells, located on section 19. block 110, which was drilled about twenty years ago and recently began a flow of oil that has created excitement among oil men. The Grant company expects. In the drilling of the well now started, to definitely determine the depth from whence comes the flow of oil now coming to the surface in the old Tnrney wells. The two old Tnrney wells, located within six feet of one another, have been fitted with pipe and rigged to a single pump by a beam contrivance, worked by a Jack, which the drilling boss, E. E. Newby, has had con structed; and the days of hand pump ing the wells to secure an adequate supply of oil for boiler firing is a thing of the past. NEW WELL IN STOCKTON FIELD AFTER SHALLOW SAND Port Stockton. Tex, Sept. 8. The Menzie company has spudded in a new well on section S, block C4, on a site not far removed from th deep test well on which has been spent a sum not far short of 9100.009. H. X. Bordner, the contractor, who has engaged to drill the new well, expects to have the well completed to the 1000 foot level where It is claimed sand was passed through in the drilling of the deep test, that wonld have yielded production equivalent to 100 to 200 barrels in the course of 60 to 90 days, provided no unforseen contingency presents it- I self for solution. JAP NATURALIZATION , IN AMERICA IS DENIED Washington, D. C, Sept. 3. Gov. Stephens, of California, was in con ference today with secretary Colby at ine state department regaraiug tne Japanese situation -in the Pacific coast state. "While he would not say what had tanspired during the dis cussion, the governor Indicated be had been assured that reports from Toklo of an approaching agreement oetwr1 Japan and tne united states providing for naturalisation of Japa nese now in, tne country ana restric tion of future immigration were without foundation. The referendum election in Cali fornia on the proposed new law di- rectea at tne Japanese prooiem. wv. Stnhens said, must be carried on whatever agreement the two govern ments mignt conciuae as a result oi the pending diplomatic conversations. Tne proposal was lncorporatec in tne ballots, the governor said, and could not be set aside. MAYOR OF T0KI0, GRADUATE OF YALE, GREETS AMERICANS Toklo. Japan, Sept. Z. (By the As sociated Press). The American con gressional party visiting Japan was felcomed at the railway station on Its arrival ac ine capital toaay oy vis count Inajlro Tajlri. mayor of Toklo, who is a graduate of Tale In the class of 187$, and a delegation from the Japanese diet. The crowd outside the station, which was kept within fixed limits by the police, made no demonstration eitner ror or against tne Americans. Private Kindergarten Ph. Si7W. Adv. BRAZIL FACES SERIOUS FINANCIAL CONDITION Rio Janeiro, Brazil, Sept J. Finan cial conditions in Brazil have become so serious and exchange rates ao erratic that North American banks and merchants are refusing further credits to Brazilian concerns until the situation shall have improved, according to speakers at a meeting today of the Semi-official Commer cial association. It was asserted that several New Tork concerns already had ordered the discontinuance of shipments to j Drazii. The association has requested the government to make inquiries in the United States on the subject. I'au'S'ikBeil . M&vvdp& irt 1 m rCyVn REALTORS. ' 1 J Si&Mg" 3, 1 304 E. San Antonio SL Phone 4350 1 I If TB5SfMl li I - ' I I fi DANCE fi WHAT fa J JL WHAT W et M HAPPENED L9 P JZLJmSM$ WAS I COTILLION HALL I R jlmOP HH m SATURDAY NIGHT M BEF0RE Vl&ksGk HE HI COLORED JAZZ B DAWN? SBEftsflllSsaB COMMITTED? . ' CM I AiyjaV I Trrl.lBl wfa.a-aina i m i jsf-jm i :i m I TODAY AND TOMORROW I The Mott Extraordkary Mjrfery Stery Sssssssssssssssssm H Ever Conceived! sS IHBaBH H n. 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I ARBUCKLE" 1 "thunder mountain" j m I BbF I 3 I la lie Keystone Comedy- 1 THREE ACT DRAMA OF LOVE AND m 'sW wmm m "JbF I fatty and mabel (J INTRIGUE - Most Wonderful Picture of Its Hind Ever I adrift." 11 i Produced I ;!,. Pmri li ......... AM ..,.- iliniii51 today I M,ugn uuu,buj If wincneii & ureen unanes & wayme II1UIIIIIL Tnunopnur 1 DTOmat w rmascr IS "PUPPY LOVE" BUTTERS THE U 11 I l U L SUNDAY I TAD'S "T -Also- J rJEFF MABEL HARPER , "THE LOST CITY" "-1-. in a new nut act (last call WESTERN DRAMA L.-... nmiulrt . . , I RiiTFfcQ irTniy TripIe shotn 1 FAMOUS Riding lloyds i, bw? i cn rd i jw spEciAL day i 5 SI0UX ,ND1ANS AND 3 horses ! "Don't Ctange Your Hniband." I f ' f "ONE WEEK" Companion picture to "Why I g , utest csmn creation. I gsiKcSS I' EL PASO'S ONLY VAUDEVILLE I I Elliott Dexter. II1, I Secreis Of The . 1 Modes Receded 1 Q.1 I Look Out For Rheumatism I As Winter Approaches 1 If yon hare bad the disease for any ngm oi time, yon have doubtless resorted to the misleading treatment of liniments and lotions, is an effort to get relief from its torturing pains. Bat yon want more than mere tem porary relief. Yon want to be freed from the shackles of a disease tiat will bind yon hand and foot. So many case, of Rheumatism come from a tiny disease germ that infests the blood, that physicians are begin ning to realize that this source of the disease is becomine auite nrealnt OI coarse a disease that has Its source, in the blood cannot be reached by local remedies applied to the surface. One remedy that has given splendid results in the treatment of Eheuma tism is &S.S., the fine old blood rem edy that has been sold by druggists for more man iuty years. KiiB. acts by driving oat of the blood the 'disease germ that causes Eheumatism, thus affording reel relief. Begin taking &5.S. today and if you will write a complete historr of vour case, our meoicai cureexor nil give yon expert advice, without charge. Address Chief Medical Adviser, 825 Swift juaooratory, Atlanta, Ga. Adr, HOW irrrs the first talklnc pic ture, maaei A. Edison introduced tint Tin. phone." a talking machine which was synchronized with the film and which reproduced the voices of the actors. It was regulated according to the SDeed at which the mctitre. wt- shown by a clocklike hand on a dial which corresponded with a similar dial on the projection machine. While fairly successful, they were never popular. U. What nletirre did Ilatt Moorr re cently appear In, the title of vrhleh eemed particularly appropriate In hi. exuer A. "Don't Bver Marry" was the ad monitory title .of llatt's last nietnr. As two of his brothers have recently wou uifureeu aou mo imra is sepa rated from his wife, the title of the picture seemed to bs a warning: to Matt, who is the only one of the four Moore brothers who has never mar ried. It was a coincidence that Mar Jorle Daw, who played with him is this picture, has recently acted as bridesmaid for his ex-slsterlnlaw. Mary Plckford. Q. What U Ilobart Bo.rrortVs mid dle namef A. Van Zandt. Q. llorr many of O. Henry, stories have been produced on the .creent A. So far almost 150 O. Henry stories have been filmed, and of this number Vltaeraph has produced 12. Q. "What present motion rjletnre di rector Tfaa an aplnv fnp -vn m ah the stage and played In TJelaieo'. The CIrl of the Golden TVe.t" aad wa. also a scenario writer before he wielded a me&aphonef a. v-an jiaroaugli. Mr. Harhaush also boasts that he has never earriArf a cane nor worn a stickpin and that because he wears a beard he never uveo pynsai, JH2U. Thompson I Feature Service.