El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913 Page: 5 of 12
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Quit Your Knocking and Let Opportunity Ffave Her Chance
EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY AUGUST 4 191S.
TWO MONTHS MORE
i ss w r ASPIRING it si n M i
HANAOF.R MILL ROPRFtTIi
I he Faatram TVwm Have BegjBjB) An-
other In i mi of ttse Wml and
Arm Playing Ball.
S The XmokWM frees
Naw loth. Am l With two fall
month of major leagae hill ramalnlag.
penaaat aspiring mansgers add from
MrOraw of th Maw York Ulaat ana
Connie Mack of tha PhlUdelphl Amerl-
una. look a ssanre of comfort from
tha week's play ended yesterday la
tha seven daya Phlladtlphla rrapl rloaar
ra Maw Tork In tha National whlla In
tha Aaaarteaa Cleveland made a gain on
Mack'a claa that waa officlently no-
ticeable to ha significant.
la tha Natlanal elrralt tba aaatarn
teams hatraa anothar tnraalon of tba
"est. and tha PbUllat vara abla to climb
a little Matter by winning firs gamea
against a single defeat while Chicago
waa forcing tha Olanta to apllt a four
liiu aatiaa. Whlla Dooln's tram aa a
mutter mada bat a tan point gain agalnat
tha Olanta oontloaad rood play inc. tha
week' showing of tba Philadelphia elnb
Indicated Ita return to early Mason form
and gsve Ita follower rcaaon to hope
that through tha regeneration Saw
Tork' laad might be worn down. But
tha Glaata hara aot gtren recent proof
that a slump la Impending and a alnmp
by M. ..raw's men appeara to ba tha only
The Baa Johnson organisation furnish-
ed the sensation of tha week In the
fine showing of tha youthful Blrmlng-
hatn'a team from Cleveland. Through a
string of several vlctorlea Cleveland
made a thlrty-eeveu point leap toward
the pennant. The only bright spot In
the showing of the Athletics waa the
pitching of Carl Brown Mack'a ynung-
ater who baa mad a record thla year
that haa inrpaaaed thoa of tha veter-
ans. Plank Bender and Coomb.
The playing of the Waahlngtonlans last
week put a damper on the hopes of their
Detroit aae St. Louie.
After Cleveland and Philadelphia the
heat work In the American league waa
done by Itetrolt and St. Loula New York
dropped further Into the cellar.
Boaton and Chicago dleappolnted their
follower. Chicago dropped cloa to the
duo mark In the percentage column.
In the National league only the ftret
division teama managed to wla more than
they lost. The (Hants dropped only two
out of eight tbe Phillies one out pf aU
While Chicago won four out of (even
and Pittsburg four out of six.
PMrhera' Be cords.
The fana' lntereat centered on the rec-
ords of several pitcher notably Boeh-
llng of Washington. Boehllng'a string of
eleven victories. anbroken alnce the
atari of tbe season waa Interrupted by
tha "Lowlv Brown." Tbe St. I .out
teaui with Mitchell in the boi gave Grif-
fith's youngster four to one defeat at
Washington. Later In the week Boeh-
llng showed the effect of hi early work
l.y losing again thla tiro to Hall of
Detroit and by tbe same score.
Merqaard appeara to be on tbe way
to another record although he professes
not to be trying for one. Sunday be
won his ninth straight game by defeat-
lug St. Lonla Thursday he narrowly
escaped losing to Chicago the technical
rule of the game crediting hi team'
defeat to soother pitcher.
THE GINGER JAR
Blest be the tie that binds
Our Box unto those Saints
Yet if It snaps aright.
We'll sob out no complaints.
Nellls deserved to win his
still tied for first place.
We lost but so did the Saints.
The Sox may be all wool and a yard
wide but they certainly cotton to the
Having disposed of Bl Mocho Villa
Is cordially Invited to come over into
Bl Paso fandom and attend to Bl
While Ward has been playing fast
ball he fell down miserably yesterday.
He and SchulUe made the boots that
loat the game.
The big first aacker let two easy
throws get through him and as a re-
sult both runners scored. Ward's er-
rors were also very costly.
"Baby" Nellls was there in his glad
rags and seemed to take great In-
terest In hla papa' twirling. The lit-
tle tot la the mascot of the team.
It Is an to i shot that the White
Box will win the pennant now. That
is If the new catcher arrives and the
team becomes more evenly balanced.
Since the While go have been
pressing the Saints for the leadership
the latter club seems to have lost
heart. They were given two awful
drubbings by the tall-endera.
Mr. Bryan did not have time to at-
tend the meeting of tbe waterways
association In New York. But If Users
Is a grape juice convention ha will ba
there with bella on.
In the fourth Inning Smith ran back
of second base and iiallad a abort out-
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Meld fly knocked out try Moots it
wast ne of the beat catenae that has
ever been polled on the Washington
Da via cm. h of Barker' Una drive
with two men on In the eighth In
ning waa big lea rue stuff. Tha ball
waa a fast one above tha second Back-
er's head but he pulled It down pre-
venting two runs
It la an In I creating sight to go to a
baseball game and watch tba expres-
sion on the fane facea Business men
who are stern and never crack a smile
during business houra go nut to Wash-
ington park nnd yell Ilka Comanche
It was (he largest assembly of fans
thai haa aver attended a baseball
game which shows tha Increased ln-
tereat that Is being manifested In the
national pastime In Bl Pago. Tha
fana cheered each Bl Paeo batter as
he stepped to the plate
A New Jersey polllclan avera that
ihore la luck In stroking; a red-headed
negro's hair. Tgere would be luck
for some scrapper In stroking; a cer-
tain negro's jaw providing; the stroke
were properly administered. Paris
(Franca) papers please copy.
Davis the Hurley second seeker
played a great grime yesterday. He
got a double two singles a sacrifice
and a base on balls besides playing
nn errorless game. Hla catch of a
line drive with two men on base pre-
vented Bl Paso from winning.
Midsummer msdneee: Any of the
fourteen other majors can lose now
nnd then without Inducing hysteria In
pencil vanla but If the Athletics or
the Olanta drop a couple of gamea all
the sport writers who don't earn th4r
keep in Phllly or New York yell
"slump." If two slips make a'alump
then two swallows make a souse.
While the White. Sox lost the game
waa one that would do credit to any
team. Fans who have seen big league
gamea marvel at the article of ball
that Is being played in the Copper
league. It Is almost as classy aa the
exhibition of ball played by the Giants
or Athletics. Those who have not wlt-
n eased big league games cannot prop-
erly appreciate the kind of ball fur-
nished by the White Box and other
Copper league clubs.
JOHNIrTON DEFEATS PATE.
Sir TaV Antociatcd Press
New York Aug. 3. William M.
Johnston the young Callfomian. won
his place In the fifth round of the
New York state lawn tennis cham.
plonshlp tournament today. He de-
feated W. L. Pate at 6-3. -4. No
other competitions in the singles were
Tha Decision On Disputed I
Play Wat Wrong
The ruling of t'mplr Kckstnne
yesterday lu tbe much-disputed dou-
ble play In the tenth Inning was in-
correct. Kohlnson was safe at sec-
ond according to rules of baae run-
ning. It waa rather a peculiar play.
Clark bad singled and pilfered sec-
Ind. Mctleever flew oat to Uown.
Robinaoo knocked a fielder's cnolee
to Nellls who seeing Clark sprint-
ing for the third nut Ion pegged to
Jackson Clark seeing he would be
caught started hack for second
Jackson threw to Smith who waa
covering tba baae and tbe runner
again started for third.
In Hie meantime Robinson who
wsa playing off flrat reached sec-
ond safely and Smith tagged him
while the runner was standing with
both feat on the bag. He then
threw tlga ball to Jakson who
lunette.! ( Uik. Iniplres Kcksioue and
Vsn Sardsm called both men out.
Hurley plsyed the remainder of the
game under protest.
Robinson waa aafe at second.
Tbe second bag was vacated when
Clark started for third. It Is sot
necessary for the runner on second
to resch third or first bs put out
before second was vacated. The bag
la unoccupied tbe minute the runner
leaves unless be runs bark on the
sack in this event the man run-
ning from first can either Mart back
for tbe Initial sack or remain on the
base. In tbe latter event he haa
ran ths man off the bag. t'nder
each clrcumatances Clark would hava
bees not and Robinson aafe. Ths
rule says In effect tbst tbe base Is
unoccupied wben tbe runner leave It.
Tbe game was played usdsr pro-
teat from Hurley and bad it been won
by that White Hot wonld ksve bees
thrown out and tbe game ordered
played over again Beta on the game
stasd with Hurley the victors.
Road Race Mawllng.
A meeting of the Bl Paso Auto club
will be held some time this wsek for
the purpose of further discussing the
proposed Bl Paso-Phoenlx road rare.
Secretary Bukey will leave today for
an extended bualneaa trip In East
Texas and Chairman Robert Rhine-
hart will call the meeting.
THI MUSNINO T1MKS haa last In-
stalled a Privets Barbaage mad that
wlahlag le lelephaae. Instead at rail
lass far tba eld numbers please call far
ssusti MM ar MSI. aaa tall tbe epers-
tar which lauartasaat yea wish and
caeaeettea will ba asaee. Freas
la a. aa. tba rail. clog eepertaseau
sill answer direct: MM. galtertaii Mil.
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Newport. Tennis cracks' may
come and tennis cracks may go
but William A. Larned plays on for-
ever. Lamed In baseball terms. Is
the Christy Matthewson of tennis.
BIG LEAGUE GOSSIP
By CHRISTY MA THE WSON
OF THE NEW YORK GIANTS.
I (Copyright 1(13 by Wheeler Syn&l-
Pittsburgh Sunday. August 3. The
pennant race In the National league is
ust sprawled all over the schedule
now. The Giants started away from
home on what was to be a critical trip
according to such authorities as John
Bvers of Chicago and Red Dootn of
Philadelphia. Philadelphia Is the
only team which la holding on at all
In the going at present. The spurt
of the Pirates during their la.e East-
ern trip haa curled all up on Itself
like a snail does when you put salt
The condition of the battling for
first place In the American league la
just about as bad. The Athletics have
practically broken up competition and
are a great force In restraint of con-
tention for the championahlp. When
Connie Mack led his club West re-
cently. It tottered here and there
mostly in Detroit. The pitching waa
not aa substantial aa It had been and
several American league leaders in-
cluding Clarke Griffith leaped Into
the newspapers with such statements
"The Athletics will now crack."
'Their pitching staff Is gone."
"Plant Is about to buckle up and
drop out of sight."
But the Athletics have returned
home and busied themselves by en-
gaging in a nice little winning ses.
slon. Bddle Collins the second base
man writes a letter to a friend of
"We had what we consider a good
Western irlp" says Collins "and now.
If we can make a good home stand say
win about eleven or twelve ' f our six-
teen home games 1 can't figure how
anyone will catch ua unless we all
get caught In a railroad wrack."
Prom these returns It looks as If
tha championahlp contention In both
leagues waa Just all mussed uu and
that It mlgfir-as well be put away Into
the mow&rns until next season. Still
baseball taa funny game and a bis
slump eouM drag either the Giants or
the Athletics I..1. k to within hailing
distance of their neareet pursuers
within two or three weeks. The lead
ers In ear h league have a margin of
about tan gamea now. Suppose for
Instance that tha Giants should lose
ten straight while the I'hlllles ran in'o
a battering Inning streak. They would
ba right up on even terms with ua
then In the big leagues a lead of
ten games la considered to bs a aafe
one. If they cut a lead of tea down
to five they are on your heela and
have you worrying.
Look at the paychology of this. A
club la cruising along wllh a I wad of
nine or ten games. Everybody la talk
ing pennant. Then for sum reason
that none can explain the team be
gins to loss. Perhaps two or tin. e
of the pitchers suddsnly hava the
edges worn off their form afaybs -n
tnftelder. auch as I-.") Iuyla who
la a cog In the working of tha team
la Injured. On or two of the rail-
abls batters eannot see tha balL The
second team In the standing creeps up
day after day In spite of all that eaa
be done. The finish is getting elogst.
Thla gradual gain wears on ths league
leader. They begin to doubt them-
selves to wonder whether they can
hold tha laad. one magnificent but
now stiru ellng Nothing has baas) as
peoted of the pursuing club. Its play-
ers become Intoxicated with tha sense
of victory They travel beyond their
normal pace. The team regain lis
haulers I s pitchers overreach them
selves and I wlrlars who hava boon
dubs develop Into stars overnight as
rot NATION AI) I HtMPItIN SHIP TENNIS flA-MEN
Though one of the oldest veterans In
the game he retains much of hla
dash and skill and I expected to make
n good showing In the national cham
plonshlp games which will begin here I
a result of the winning streak. Such
a situation is tho only thing the Giants
have to fear now. It la the psychol-
ogy of baseball. Big leaguers- give It
the leu elegant name of the "break
of the game."
Waahlmrton In the American league
and Philadelphia In the National am
the only two club which are threat-
ened with being attacked by atuch
streaka. Winning several gamea
would do neither of these clubs any
good with the Giants and Athletics
moving aa they are going now. The
two leaders must break In order to be
caught and right here Is where the
value of a great manager enters Into
It. He refuses to permit hla team to
continue to wobble long. McGraw Is
the greates; man in baseball to ad-
minister restoratives to a ulub when
It begins to fo.de. The manner in
which he keeps after the players Is
Irresistible. Ills driving Is terrific.
Once more let me bring up the case
of the Olanta last season. We were
sway out in front In July but we took
Che lead much earlier than we did
this year. Then the Cubs started to
come and we. began to go back. They
came up within four games of us If I
remember rightly and we came Into
Pittsburgh to face a hard series. Mc-
Graw was throwing hla whole heart
and all hi energy Into the ball club.
Tha manager .lid the trick. He got
us back on our feet and gave ua a
restoration of confidence. ' We startd
off again and won the pennant. I do
not look for any auch narrow aqueege
again thl year but as I say. It Is
within the range of possibility.
Outside of the contention for first
place there are liable to ba several
changes In the standing In both
leagues before tha final results ar In.
Washington Is pnssalng Clavelsnd very
hard and the Napa are hanging onto
second place only by tha merest fringe
at this writing. Bngle the pl'cher Is
tilling along In good shape. He won
two games last week by close scores
frum the St. I. He Browns. Griffith
Is pretty well fixed for pitchers at
present r. .x haa now crowded
himself Into thai section of the pitch
trig talent designated as (ha 'stars of
To bo aure Doehllng has been beat-
en but as I Mid In a previous artlsle
thla should help rather than hurt bun
Both Walter Johnson and hs will win
a lot of games for the Senators and I
believe (he W'aslilugton club has the
best chance to flalah second In that
league. Right now tha Senators hava
an advanttge over tha Cleveland team
because (hay are playing on their own
grounds while the Naps are away
from home H irmngham'a boys al-
ways show lo better advantage on the
Chicago got a had crowding out of
tba contention for second place wben
the Red Sx struck Into something
Ilka their last seasons form on their
arrival home and look four s(ralghi
from the White Sox. Thla ((ring of
vlctorlM made a big Impression on the
Boston fans so I am told and they
are talking second place at the Hub
again Incidentally CJarrtgan Is pick-
lag up a lot of praise aa a manager
It la my notion (hat (ho world's cham-
pions are going to have a tough fight
finally getting out of ihe second divi-
sion because they are bound lo meat
a whol lot of competition. Ths White
Sex Naps and Senators are all strong
teama sad each "Be has a loader who
Is determined to flnlah la tba first dl
vision The basaball manager couaid I
era the gap betweea the first and see-
saw Oivinwa to bs wider (haa the so
August 1. Recently he showed that
he was rounding into form for the
national championships when he and
Beats C. Wright of Boston defeated
those two brilliant members of the
younger set. Raymond P. I.lttle and
Theodore Roosevelt Pell. In the Long-
wood doubles match. Lamed opines
that he will again capture the na-
tional title at Newport this yer.
Players from the Pacific coast Mr-
I .nigh 11 ti. li ii toll and Johnson will
battle against Lamed and other eaat-
ciety debutant figures the distance be-
tween Kit h and Third avenue lo bs.
Some of the old fight haa developed
In the De(rolt (cam recently. It waa
t tils quarrelsome spirit fostered large-
ly by the personall y of Hughle Jen-
nings which pushed the Tigers to
three American league championships
What Jennings needs most now Is
some efficient pitching. The Tigers
are weak In the box but a careful
survey of the rest of the talent will
convince anyone that It has capabili-
ties. The Infield Is a very good one
with Hush at hor(a(op Morlarlty at
int. i. and Gainer at first base. Any
outfield with Cobb and Crawford In
It Is bound to possosa merit.
Only recently It looked (o me as If
either Pittsburgh or Chicago had an
excellent chance to finish second In
the Natlohal league race. Hut both
clubs have cracked badly within the
past week. The I'hlllles showed they
had no Intention of relinquishing their
(oe hold on second place when (hey
(ook three out of four from the Pi-
rates on (heir own grounds. The Pitts-
burgh pitchers do not seem to be right.
Hen. Ins and Adams and all the rest
who showed star ball In the ttas( have
been hammered since reluming home.
The Plra(es' chances of geUIng ln(o
second niche are declining every day.
The Cuba are noi In very good shape
(o cist longing eyes a( (bu second rung
of Ihe ladder ellher. The Boston
dub gave (hem a good haUle on their
home grounds last week. f course
(hey were on edge to meet the Giants
who had just journeyed out of the
(orrld soae In which H(. Iouls la lo-
cated. They all halo the Glanla at
Chicago but It la a profitable hale
because the New York club draws big
crowds any time It plays (here. Tho
Cubs always pu( up a better fight
against us than they do when playing
several of the weaker team In the
league too. Ever has been up against
It for pitchers all summer He la no
bet(er off for twirlrra now and ho la
meeting clubs with (heir pitchers In
preUy fair shape. The Cubs will never
be (ha Cuba of old utidl (hey have
added some star pliehera (o (heir
siring Kven the lioslon club ham-
mered Overall ami ItlehtS last week.
The old alaxa seem to be going back
and Bvers haa not turned up any nets
ones who look so bright you would
mistake them for Luna Park Consy
Island for Instance
The accident (o Rube fienton has
pul one of the best left-handers In
(be game out of (he running for a
(lme anyway. Benton has no( had a
very good year (h(a season but he
had the "stuff" and (here Is ll((le
doubt but tti.it hs would have swung
Into a stride that would haw startled
the league neit season under Tinker's
abls handling. it Is doubtful now
wheiher he will ever be able (o pitch
Larry Doyle aay he will nevsr pay
aay attention lo a scented not again
aa long as he lives. Larry received one
of (he kind (ha( atlrred the league laat
winter while (he Glan(s were in SI.
1..011S and (ha mercury la (ha (her-
mometer hanging around I0S latrry
made a long Journey out to Ihe tr st-
ing place and met only 'the laugha of
several baseball players.
"story me right for falllag."
laughed Ihyle la reply.
Some of the Glanla feel so sure of
tutting Into the world's series money
lO BUM . 11.1
la aaiil 41 steads wstoSea
Weeahea Sssalpa BIsBi.-
m isioi LOAM A a CO.
that they ar looking over Ihe various
brands of ears now ready for distri-
bution Mortal Burma. Wlttse Tea
reau and aome more have had tiia
automobile salesmen hanging nn their
coat talks. A lot of those M learn en
would asll a big leaguer an automo-
bile If you Siva (hem half n ehanca
SILVER CITY 80 UTS SAINTS
Winners lilnUorl With Blta and Runs.
Nolan Pounitevl in All Corners
Ttases Special 'erer pos.atr n t
Silver CMy M. u Aag. t-lllttlsg
Nolan all over Ihe lot Silver City de.
fedctl the visitors today by tbe one-
sided score of la to With (he exeep.
Hon of l icck. every member of (he Sllier
city team got o ur more hit. Ward
wa highest wllh t total of four hit
two of which were deublaa
lly meet Ins dfa( at the hands of the
lorala again loday (taste Rlu I still
tied with Ii I'aao for (be leailerahlp
of (he Copper league. Following fa tbe
acore of the gam :
linens. 3b ...
Ward. Sb ....
(iehhart. lb ...
Medina M ...
Murray rf ...
Thomas p ....
Perklss. Sb ...
lasmpaey rf ...
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Mason. If ...
Forsyth aa .
Rrla(ow cf .
Nolan p .
Tolal M 4 34 13 8
ronea hl( hy ha((ed ball lu 41b.
Runs hy Innings:
Silver City Sao am 4.1s tl
Ssnta Rlts 001 010 300-- 4
Saminsry. tunings pitched by Thomas
ft. by Nolan Huns made off Thomaa 4
off Nolan U Hits apportioned off Tho-
mas n off Nolan 1(1. Two BBSS hits
(lebhart V. Ward 3 Andarsou. Medlns
Thoiuas lit it . Home runa. Owens
Koraytbr. Ilrlaton Grrssoru. Stolen bases.
Ward Anderson Medina. Sacrifice hits
Hucklea. Struck out by Thomaa 14 by
Nolan B. Raae on halla. off Thorns 1
off Nolan 1. Ratters hit. by Thomas 1
by Nolsn Z. First baae on errora Owen
Forsyth. I -eft no tiasea Yoang Kirch-
man a Fnnes .' Wird. Anderson 1 Mur-
ray. Time or gams 3:0.1. I'mplr. Hr-rold.
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We will set glass Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays.
Thl. wHI lints
hots. rMBlDa i
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BEGINNING SATURDAY JULY 5.
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FLOYD HARD AT WORK
tiaav Will Know Thai He Haa Been
rVwiM.wlwrc After th light-
Says C'nbrrctl Hrvspprr
"I don'l asy that I aa gn(ng (u defeat
Gaga bees nee he la a toagh bey and I
am not a fellow to beast tint yea tan
take a lip from me that California boy
la certainly going lo know he haa been
somewhere w hen (be flti( la oser "
this aaa Ihe statement -1 lfty Floyd
lsst alght when aaked what he thought
the outcome of (he Oase-Floyd fight
would te Floyd la an nnassnmlng sort
of hsp and be Is not given to bragging
In hla unlet . modest wsy be Is training
faithfully for hla coming twenty-round
scrap with Frankle tlsge. which will
tskc place In the Juaret arena nett Sua-
While there ar. many fans who do not
believe Lefty hss s chance with (lags
(ha clever little local scrapper Is goiag
g. surprise msnv of them. He ha
whippet hoys even t outlier than (lge
an. I will likely give the Angaleao all
tli.it ho Is looking for.
Although Ifty recently lost a fight
(o Fowser hy the knockout route it mast
be remembered that Fowser outweighed
him hy about twenty-two ponnda. Not
only that hut Ihe negro was dragged
from a South Oregon street club three
day before the right and bad only that
(Ima lo prepare hlmaelf
Joe Hem. .. Fraakle Fowser and Kid
lra wiTi be his principal sparring part-
ners at his camp at tha tlrewery garden.
Having rought Fowser. ha will natural-
ly learn tola fr.no the blackamlth welter
and this coupled wllh Ilerrlek's ring
knowledge will aeml tha lightweight
negro In tbe ring an even rarnrlte wllh
flage I working dally a( hit Slantoa
bar quarters That he Is taking this
coating scrap seriously la ilemnnstraled
by tbe way In which he goes through hla
workouts. He la not taking any chances
wllh the negro and will condition hltn-
aeir a t hough he ware go(ag to bos
Kid Leva and Rattling Rurk have
been algned to atago th curtain raiser
ot four rounds. While Lsva I sn un-
known scrapper to local fana they caa
take a dp that b will mk Burka
I ...sen up with all that la In him. And
then will probably lay Rurke on tha floor
with one or hi terriric left wallops.
Assayer and Chemist
OBO. W. CAMERON
Raprsssnutlve Por Shipper to th
Bl Paso Smelter.
lOg San Frsuw-taco St.. El Paso Texas
P. O. Boa agfl.
AND GLASS CO
K F.I. LED.
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iiom a rna-
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BEST MFAI.a IN THS CITT.
Serves kinase Dlahea aa Ordered. Sheet
orders All Hears Day ar Might.
TH FOT rraprlater.
The Newesi and Heat Rswtaaraa
Club House Cafe
Frank Poy and Bob Oang Props
ios a. r.i I'aso sr.
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913, newspaper, August 4, 1913; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth196498/m1/5/: accessed November 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.