El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 10, 1914 Page: 4 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING ' TIMES
T. H. Schneidao
Hogsui and Kelley
Crowds at Camps.
Faber tutd Johnson MM tm -mm
lEMARKASU: PIUMIM. OLTX IN ll
RMumonl . ..
Port Worm .
Stsndlnt at Ike Clabi.
Won. Lost. Pel.
..Mmplom WM Another From la Ni
Whlir th r Sox Are lUndrd Game
k) Tlferv Browaa Defeat ysakees.
AMERICAN I. EAGi r..
Sta1at of OH Claim.
Woo. Lost. Pet.
'Mliriclpbla 0 34
Hn.tnli M 4i .63
WaslUngtotl 3 47
fwtrolt .r. W M
uhicaao H U
SI. Louis 40 it
! York I 7
Mrvrlamt I 73
When Taay Ploy T.day.
Watlilnrinn at Chleaaro.
Boxion at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
4rw VorK St si. Louts.
iltt the A Kteriatett Prett
fihlraro Amr. . Wesver a daring list
rurtnlna- In the eleventh Inning- tolay srae
i:iilcio a.S to i victory over Waaliina-lon
in a pítenlos duct Ix-twcen Caber sod
Score: R. H.Jt
washinrton ino ooo ooo oft I ttl
.htnso . 100 000 000 01- 1 7 1
Batteries Johnaon snd Williams; i'aber
rowns 2; Yankees I.
Bu thr Attoclatcd Prest
SI. Louis Aug. . St. Louts scored two
runs in the first tnnlnr and defeated New
York in a game of errorless ball here to-
day l to 0. score: R. H. E.
it inula 300 000 00 11
New Yor 000 000 000 0 7 0
HatirricH-James and Agnew; Cole I'len
Hed ta S; Tisera. I.
Bu the .4 ciuclnf i'l Hren
Octroi i Ag. . Wretched fielding by
Petroll In the seventh Inning when Button
cored five runs allowed the visitors to
-.ske the third game ut wo sones tona;
Score: R- H. I
Boston Kin ooo 500 s
iietrolt 103 011 000 0 T
Batteries Shore Foster Leonard and
idy Carrlgan; Main Covoleskle Boater
Mckee and Baker. '
Athletics M; Napa.
I Bit the Atteetated Prett
Cleveland Aug. 8. Philadelphia made It
ihieo siralrhl from Cleveland today win
mug io to s. The pjaftnf or Wambirsnss
a recruit from CedST Itapllz. la. starred
'n tne neia ror ueveiano.
Score: A. H.B.
Cleveland 000 004 001 5 14 5
Philadelphia 23 100 00310 14 I
Ratlerlee Morton Coumbc Collatnore and
r' Belli; Plank and Lapp.
Where They Play Today
Port Worth at Dallas.
Waco at Austin.
Houston at Beaumont.
Galveston at Ban Antonio.
At Dallas-First game; R. H. E.
Delia 3 1
Fort worth 7 10 3
Batteries Er rkaon. waiatlD and Hughe:
Vaaaay and Hatgh.
second asme: n. h. k.
Pallas 1 4 i
Port Worth t S t
Batteries Huenke and Jolly: .iiy and
At Waco-first game: R.H. E
Waco 4 3 1
Bailones sag ana Carson : wainntm and
Second rune: n. H. E
Waco 4 11 I
Austin I 6 '
Batteries Aahton and Reilly; Ogle and
At Beaumont First game: R. H. E
Bestimont 0 t 1
Houston 1 S I
Ten inning. Batteries Martina and rtrts;
Ware and kitchens.
Second game: R. II. E.
Beaumont o a 3
Houston 4 10 t
Elgin inning darknes. Bait
mnt Bobo; Hose and Allen.
Batterlea-AIIen and Wlison
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
f Ik Clubs.
Won. L01L Pet.
Portland 6 63 Mi
San Francisco 71 00
Venice 40 M
Los Angeles 67 61
Sacramento (0 (4
Oakland 48 77
- ... . t here They Pliy Todiy.
Mo ramea scheduled.
At l.o Angeles First game: Portland. I
venire I. second gime: Portland 0; veo
AJ Sacramento First game: San Franciaco
13; sacramento. I. Second game: San Fran-
cises 8; Sacreinento o.
' At San Franciaco First game: Loa Angelo
' l; Oakland b. Second cam: Los Ant!
10: uakland 7. '
At Louisville Louisville. : Cleveland.
m Columbus eolumbu 3: Indianapolis o
At St. Paul St. Paul ; Kansas City 0. 1
At Minneapolis-Minneapolis. : Mil
w aukee. 0 (
BOGAN AND KKLLY WORKER OUT YES
TERRAY BEFORE CROWD) THAT
lloflan Resumes Training After Day's
Lavoff and wsrks in Flae Shape While
Kelly Enlrrtalaa Crowd on This Side.
By T. H. SCHIf EfDAU.
Two tremendous crowd lhat Jammed
and rougtit their way for a chance to wit-
nesa the two boy's In action viewed Hogan
and kcllv yesterday afternoon In their
training stunts In preparation for their
twenty-round corneal neat Thursday night.
The two crowds gathered long before the
hova were scheduled to work and remained
until the gloves had been thrown aside
and the boys had donned their street attire
once more. I
It but showed what tremendous interest
haa been aroused In the coming match be-
tween these two alar lightweights snd tit
promoter ara Justified in planning to en
tertain the largest crowd that Hs yei
watched a prlie right across trie river
when these two shake hands next Thursday.
Kelly again went through ' his six round
or boxing taking on Kid Curley for three
rounds ind Boas ror three more. He allow-
ed on in lendld shane and handled hit
two opponents easily In spite of the rsct
that Roas outweighs him a great deal and
I some fighter nimaeir.
Kelly mlaand the advice mid counsel oi
his manager Scotty Monteiih. the litter
wiring that he was delayed In leaving Lo
Angeles but would he here this morning
early and Immediately assume charts or
tne irainina camD oi inn ninqnaw.
Monteitlr absence did not affect Kelly
in his training to any extent ror mis ooy
has his mind aet upon reaching the top
rung tn hla chosen profession rand does
not lake advantage of tbe absence of hla
manager and tratner to alack blswork In
training In fact Belly bis worked even
harder since Montelth's absence. as is
shown by the fact thai with the right rour
dayt ore and the weight t3& pounds ten
hours before the right he Is a pound be-
low 13& right at present.
Hogan resumed his training arter a dar'a
lay orf and went through the uaual routine
hérore a crowd that lammed Ala training
quarters. The I risen boy went through
rour rounds with Jimmy Fox and with the
Flash" traveling at bis ton speed the
rim were given a treat. The more thl
Fox appears in action the lugger bit he
makes with the fans
lloran annears in fine shape and yes
terday he made tbe best Impression that
he has yet made upon tbe local rana. Tbls
boy Is not a fancy boxer and does not
show up like Dundee for Instance In his
training quarters but it needs not tbe
critical eye proclaim htm In the very
pink or condition and as to his ability hla
record alone aneaks lor Itself.
Then Hogan Is handicapped in mis way
Won. Lost. Pet.
...M 44 .370
....14 43 .60
...SO 43 .540
S3 4S .330
.... 47 M0
....43 34 .433
....44 BS 4S0
. . . .44 &S 430
Sioux City as 4
Denver 8(1 .47
St. Joseph 3 47
Des Moines . M sr
Lincoln s 37
Omaha M 58
Topeka "a 47 7
Wichita 43 00
When They Play Today.
Wichita at Topeka.
Sioux city at St. Joseph.
i medio at Denver.
Das Molnea at omahs.
At Denver First game: R. H. E.
Lincoln 10 101 000 3 7 3
Denver 300 110 OOx 6 0 1
Batteries Jordan and Blackburn: Otskoll
second game: n. h. E.
Lincoln 100 001 000 3 4 0
Denver 930 010 Oil 8 13 4
Batteries Miman. Cooney and Dlarkburn;
Melton Harrington and Spahr.
At Omaha First game: . R. H. E.
Des Moines 005 010 tOO 7 0 0
untaba ow oo ooo 9 is a
Batteries- Mosridg and naicv: styles.
Tipple and Crosby.
second game: n. n. t.
Des Motnea 000 OOO Oí S 8 1
omahs 00 ooo no- t B I
Called tn eighth inning on account or dark
ness. Batteries sinners and Kreuger; Hoga.
Lakair and Haiey.
At St. Joseph R. H. E.
SIOUX City 000 000 000 0 t 4
St. Joseph 130 530 30X IS t 0
' Batteries Woodburn Doyle and Murphy.
O'Rourke; Bterser and Griffith.
At Topeks First game: R. H. K.
Toneka 000 000 003 3 tl
Wichita Oil) 000 001 5
Ballerlcs ltldgeway snd llappa; blaglu and
Second game: it. H. E.
Topeka.' 110. SOt OOx A IS 8
Wichita 000 000 100 I 4 1
Batteries Daahner and HcDonough nspps;
Baker and Graham.
' Where They Play Today.
Buffalo at Ksnaas Clry.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Pittsburgh at St. Louts.
Baltimore it Indianapolis.
At Kanlaa City R. H. E.
Burralo ....n... 010 100 000 I S 14 I
Kansas City 00O 100 010 0 8 0 1
Bailer les Schuls snd Allen Blslr; John-
son and Enienroth Brown.
At Indianapolis n. h. e.
Indianapolis 003 000 001 000 1 IS S
Baltimore 010 000 030 000 0 3 30 t
Batteries Kalserllng Mullln and Rartdsn
Warren; vvilheim Suggs and Jacklltsch.
At St. I.ouls ' R. H. K.
Pittsburgh 4-... 300 001 030 8 10 a
St. Louis 000 010 001 8 7 4
BatterlestYKnetMr and Berry; Groom Did
BIG LEAGUE GOSSIP
By CHRISTY MATHEWSON.
the Giants' Star .Pitcher.
by having such a remarkably fast sparring
Banner as Jimmy rax to wors: wun. Any
oy that Is not noted for his speed would
TAX SITUATION IN
NEW MEXICO MIXED
RAILROAD AXI OTHER CORPORATIONS
i PEEK TO ENJOIN COLLECTORS.
Ladea Declares Illegal sad Excessive; City
and Town Properly Included In
Raises Being Fought.
By Timet Special Corrtmpondent
Sania Fe. H. M. Aug. . The taxation
situation. In Sants Fe and Colfax counties
is growing no better fast. In this county
today the county officials riled a moUon tn
the district court to dissolve tbe restrain-
ing order Issued which prevente Treasurer
Celtfo Lopez from selling property or Attor-
ney A. B. lonchan In default or some 34000
taxea alleged to be dee snd or Eugenia
Mancterfleld Tor 11100 taxes while other
taxpayers following the example or the
Santa Fe railroad are preparing to attack
the validity or various levies made by the
commissioners which It Is claimed are un-
necessary arbitrary unauthorized by law
and otherwise improper the Santa Fe rail-
way company going so rsr a to claim s
"fraud upon the taxpayers."
In Colfax; four tax gulls were argurcd
lonay- oeroru uietrict judge T. I). Lelb al
Ratop. Some twenty-five or thirty com-
Blalnants are seeking to enjoin raises' made
y tbe board of equalization.' It is claimed
these raises run from It' to loo per cent
nu oruig wi assessed valuation away
above ibe one third ' authorized by law.
Best autos careful drivers.
Beam T mm TP tSSB taRh-TI
look bad against Fox tn the gymnasium
although in tne prize ring it mignt do
another question. Fox will continue tc
work with llogan throughout his training
tbe two traveling four rounds every after
seats for tbe bout will be placed ou sale
tomorrow and a brisk demand la expected
rrotn ine visitors to me iwinocrauc con
venuon as their will undoubtedly be i
large call ror ringside seats. There will be
but two bouts on the program tbe first a
ten round bout pctween miaiiieweignis ana
the main event over the twenty round
route. ."' ''.'
Tbe announcement haa been made mat
the boils will start promptly on lb min-
ute or the time scheduled which Is 8 p. rn.
Rcrrreo Hodae who will officiate In box
contesta 13 the tbtrd man in tbe ring will
call Roas and Shanda together for their
Instructions promptly at 8. '
This match between Shanda and Ross
promises to be as good as the main event
or tbe ariemoon and both boys are being
watched closely in incur worn rnis snanxs
baa shown that be la no flaah In the pan
in bis workouts and It begins to look as
If the promoters upon this occasion have
mitten a righter thst is certain to make
the negro step some to keep. from' being
defeated. anan nas anown mat ne can
hit and at tbe same time knows tne game
thoroughly. . '.
NSW York 50 3 -WO
Chicago 63 47 .631
St. Louts 84 43 .330
Beaton to 40 .331
Philadelphia 4 tt .474
Cincinnati 47 53 .471
Brooklyn 41 33 .438
Plttsburgn as 4 .4
Where They Play Today.
st. . Louis it New York.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Chicago it Brooklyn. .
Pittsburgh at l'hlladelphla.
BY" CHRISTY hfATHEWSON
The (Hants' Star Pitcher.'
The (Hants have kicked away many
chances tbla vear to win the National
league psr-Mnt. On paper tbe team looks
stronger than it did last season but It is
not nlavlna the same kind of baseball. Last
season the men were "diving" and taking
3l Kinds of chances. I believe It Is the old
rour successive .championship hugnhun
which Is holding back the Giants.
"I don't look to see this club win that
pennant unless It takes a great brsce snd
steadies up. trad you don't deserve to
either. You've lost ten chances lo get out
In front In s commanding position already."
laid Mr.Oraw arter the dlsistrous Cincin-
McOriw predicts that Boston will be in
aaeond nlace when Sialllnss' club starts
west at the end of this week. He thinks
that It is the team to rear since tt has been
playing steadier ball than any other In the
league arter It once eaught Its' stride on
July 3. The Cubs and St. Louis cardinals
cracked on their eastern trips and the
oíanla would have been far In front with
that two contenders srSetlcally out or til
race now if the team could have held any
aort of a steady gall. It was only the torl-
nnatn renoverv nf the Phillies to form that
saved the Olsnts rrom being rorced put or
IlTBl pisce uuring iim uiomu uu ...i...
natl series. Dooln'l club held the Chicago
team In the crisis. ' ...
It seemed strange that th Reds should ho
me. Mnh tn rtve us tha hardest bang be
cause up to trie last series with that team
It the Polo grounds the Olsnts had always
carried psychologies! percentage on It.
Both the New York pitching and batting
went bid during the Cincinnati invasion
while Herzog's club wa playlnr ahead of
"The'trimrnlng Irked the whole New York
team nut particularly icur ouu
rode hll players nam an ine nine
Mineral Wells Tex.
"The Human Repair Shop"
An Ideal Pleasure Resort and Unsurpassed Health Resort.
Round 9X435 Trip
Limited SO Day
several wordy scraps With
Herxog and forgot his resolution to "tay
also got Int
both manager and owner feared that tbey
would not be able lo survive In Cleveland
ir Jackson were permuten to get away.
Herzog had some trouble makers on bis
club this year who were not need to being
boiaed. he told me and he thinks that tn
fact that they were stirring up things was
responsible Tor nveral of hla players go-
ing to the Feds.
"I decided to clean them out at my cost"
Hoblltzell was sent to Boston. Several
imnped to the Feds. But Herzog did not
ve a Jackson among those who were
For the first time since the Pittsburg club
entered the National league It is In last
Slice in August. The Pirates hive always
een front runners toward the end or tne
season np to this year. As a rule they
have been lata starters but have come
strong at the finish when tha team nas
gotten away to a good stirt In seaaona
past as In IMS tt lias won the pennant.
For this reason I felt that tbey might come
through this year when they broke away
with a burst of speed. Fred .Itrke who
is the only manager that the Pirates ever
bad Is disconsolate. Both Wagner and he
wanted to retire after the season or too
when the club won the world's champion-
ship. "Don't leave me now" said Barney Drey-
fuss the owner
Clarke and Wagner stuck.
Minims and l can't rtnlsh where we are
now" declarad Clarke gloomily to me on
his last trip to New York.
(Copyright tun. by the Wheeler Syndi-
The Maxwell Land Grant company and the
big coal companies aro fighting an Increase
or assessment from 60 cents to 83.00 per
acre on lands now classified as coal lands
rormerly Usted as grazing lands tbe raises
amounting to tens or thousands or dollars.
Large owners or grazing lands claim their
assessments are now excessive snd tbe
fight Is likely to be long drawn out snd
determined. City snd town properly and
merchandise stocks are included ta the
properly raises upon which sre being op-
posed. Mountains Appeal to tones Of Texas.
There are 50000 Tex ana who annually go
to Colorado and further north ror' their
summer's outing who would com to tbe
upper Pecos country tr that country were
properly advertised and if the roads were
put In good shape according to W. Oood-
rlch Jones of Temple Texas.
Jones spends every summer on the npper
river where be has fifty acres and a snug
summer home. He says the valley It rull:r
or people than ever herore and declares
that after visiting most of tha western
American mountains snd many parts or
Europe he bis nowhere round i summer
resort country equal to the Pecos country
In New Mexico. Mr. Jones who spent I!
hours driving rrom his ranch to Santa Fe
declares that tbe tower part of tbe road
tn tbe canyon la nearly impassable and a
strong erofrt Is being made to- find out
whkt goes with tbe S5 per cent of rorest
service receipts received by San Miguel
county and supposed to be expended on
roaos ano acnooia. -mis ta one or tne
tnost Important roads In the county" said
Mr. Jones today "and not a cent has been
spent on It by tbe county for many years
If ever" Tne forest .service has spent
some 34.000 of its own runds on Ibe upper
nart or this road which Is In ralr condi
tion. It is prooaoiy one or tne neariest
traveled in tne summer si leasi in ine
whole state. '
Mr Jones declares that with the ooen-
tng or through service to Albuquerrjue on
tbe Brownwood-Lubuock-Clovts extension
It wll be possible for persons to come to
Albuquerque rrom icmpie m tnirty six
President sf Rlt
tflomoblle Company Wire
ondulase sre Rapidly
Wlrft Mich.. August 8. 1014.
El Paso. Te:
Business and M
normal again h
reel no appren
daily and will
Clears tne seas
or Europe's expofJ
king conditions Improved
bv Detroit bankers we
on ss to future business
ar scare is largely over.
irsnic win ue immuvpu
restored wben England
she must Immediately do.
nave neen consumers
must now naturally be-
merlca. Post Ibis on your
HENRY B. JOYi
By the Attoctalrt
key win no 'i
to tbe mobttUtfon
to a gemi-orric:
Aug. 9. (Via London)
tir.tween Bulgaria and Tur-
ernipicu tomorrow owing
I or me Turss according
statement Issued here to-
Oraeral Bsioagrmenl Impending.
critic of the Jjurnale
Home that Emperor Wll-
in to Join the general stiff
i my on the Alastian frontier
the Germans are ready to
real rorce nno mat
Ihe report froai
Ham has tert I:
or the uerm.ni
to Indicate th
enerare the Fn
general entlgement is Impending.
Germs Reservists Arrested.
Ru the A MBOrwlrd Prtt
Folkstone. tng. Aug. . Two hundred
and tweniv Herman reservists were
rested here tJday and taken to the snorsv
NO games scheduled.
FORT ERIK ENTRIES.
Im Suecial irire to IA Tiste
Buffalo. N Y. Aug. 8. FIRST RACE Fve
1811 cannonade . w 3i nrann n aetia tua
1813 Unity tout Uti Anna Rose . 103
1848 JackWInaton luoi l.'y Butterfly UK
ItU nevero . . loJ l 49 Blackthorn . 10
800 Hugh ..' . . '103 1313 Carrie Orme. 100
ISIS F'e Crockett 'loi 1343 kaxan ttt
1888 lnor pher 11 103
SECOND RACE-SIx furlongs
lilt Capt. Elliott loot 1331 Dr Dougherty tog
DM Yankee Tree tot 1330 Cracker Box . 108
Imperial . . 103 lt Corn Cracker no
Princess . .. 103 tm York Ltd ... 110
THIRD RACE Six furlongs.
1301 star of Love lost uu I.tnda Payne io:.
1154 McAdoo .... toil 1315 Recnand ... lot
lSli'Sl. Leo ... 105 in tienaral Villa 108
l30lH'al Interest 105 (131f IVofue 108
1313 oeo. Roesen tii
FOURTH RAi.F.-iiandlcao. one mile.
t298)WandaPltzer lOOi 1338 Vandergrtrt.
ear impression.. isuz Lit e nepaew
t30t Brook field. tot!
riFTH RACE Six furlong. '
1889 Tom Hancock 83) IS76 K'tber mister-too
(issusra joanson wi toio canton o ...
1M0 Louise Paul 100 isti Armor
its anar Path.. 1071
SIXTH RACE Mile and one sixteenth.
1317 Centaurt . .. 871 Iltt Pleuron II ..
1317 Bait. Nelson lOOl Ml J Kavansugh tos
iiau nuaty t.oai. tost are nccreary ...
1317 Lewyn . ... 103 1838 Cynosure ...
63 An'e Sellers 1031 1
SEVENTH RACE Mile and one-sixteenth.
1354 HOIton am 1117 sir Fretful .
1314 Mockery .... 871 1331 Early Light..
I3M Zodiac . ... 87 1831 Mediator . ..
84V The usher lOOj
1331 Bula Welsh. 103
Weather clear: track rest.
A asesada opens Thursday Asms. 13th.
Sptumh - Ensjjinb
Wmm 14144S. TW attaL
. . . 1 ' -J 1
rr" tn nmnires. The work of Bryon ana
Johnson In that series was enough to make
While Heriog Ms twice in his btg league
days been a member or the utants sn.i
Mcorsw ana ne are wumiui -Ing
the series between the two clubs. Her-
iog has so much pepper snd right tn htm
mm he la inclined to rib up many rows on
i club. McQraw brought him out and made
htm a blsr leaguer naca in i iu 155'
30r and "Joe" McGinnlty had snm trojibie.
and "Herzle" went to Boston. McOraw; was
always a greit idmlrer or the thlro base-
man's work even tr there were some per-
sona! dirrerences which "Mic" never lets
come between him and a good ball player.
Ho knew ir Herxog was 00 his tm that b
would be the bo o be brought the for-
mer Giant back to the Polo troundi 10 take
Devlin's place when Arthur bgin to stow
ur. Thing went slong smoothly untu Mc-
Oraw decided to play Behafer hl base
regularly in place of Herxog and bencJied
the latter. This Irritated "Herzle" all last
summer for he Is not the tree '
who rattens up on the bench since he plays
the game even harder rrom that IolUon
than when in the field and uaes up more
iaMMmmtmUl n.n ll (1ftd to ClnCUUIlU
and Scharer deserted the new manager or
th Red began to chortle it McOraw
cUtmlor that he had traded htirisbir out
or alt toe miro aawawa 1 11 - -
.i. urnrM and Herzog have taken
it out in conversation at eicli meeting. They
went to it airongesi soar iwa
made rive runs In tbe last tnntng ot the
g?08 Jg ...... Meftraw ml Into
an argument with Umpire Byron ind wss
nrdftrtyi io uii" ciuu uouov. t--
out. a went by Heriog. Thes two ;x-
chanBd remirks that were as threatening
t5aa alTuatlon In Europe. There after
the game Herzog was around in tbe v
"Fine." replied the rormer olant mud
baseman. "I came around to say that there
iT"um having any rows after you
"We haven't any arier we take oft our
uniforms" repiiea sacur.w
it looks as If the peat Napoleon Lajde
w ere nearlng the end or nts piay ng uaya.
ír.r.-.rT.:..í u i.kt nn 11 h e second
baseman Who led the American league In
batting otw; v -"E" tíSS
ie LI0 .p.V;uThHnlñ; LÍlote T to the
Yankees a a Hrst biseman. . bu .iji"
thinks he nas tounu ""-'"' . ...V in
with tne eam
woldil bVaSlabl to ihy team as a pinch
muer even tf h haa slowed up In lb
"v":... ... r.ii. sia further In
hi img th Reason than ever berore In his
caree? but I don't tr ins 1; Met-
ratlur. Of n a "ZThaVfhere
nous coxmn - - -"-hB ri.vetand
hyear tMt Lijóle w.s mixed
ñiñrh hitter bat for htm. and this entases
ha alumped. But Lajola wouin
rood as a pinch hitter on a lot or
rrinnlng one I would algn him In
ranger. He has saved ano nas
orti or OeveUnd. For the lairt several Ma
sona h 1" jan rVa
vested tt The great FreaichnMn wis gw
S-r..'. r t:
íiaVXt orseatuin After that. I felt IS
wttld Jos M i Un of fo-
with th elnb .with wn.2
'J!?. '"Jl'S.iSrti tearing that Cleveland
ein iSart aid Birmingham and Somera
team apari """".T. Iha lbnitt
PHIL YOUNG'S CAFE
tor your Lunch Hot of cold and an
kinds of Mexican Dtahea. Also for th
celebrated Moertcln Cincinnati Beer
and Sdaawoad Whisky 21T Booth
Bl Paso St- BEN 8WEÍSEÍ Prop.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
PTawcrlptlons tillad and de livered
at any time day or alght
hUll Ordana Filled JTompUy
A. E. RYAN St CO.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ICSTAHLI8HKD APWTXi 1881.
CAPITA SCIRPLCB AND I'lUJFITB. . ... .
Interest Pud on Savings Accounts
a R. MORBHÍAD Presldsnt
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WRITE TODAY FOB OUR ERKE BOOKLET "BANKING BE BCAXL
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Rock Island and
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Lv. El Paso 1050 P. M.
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FOR PULLMAN RESERVATION INFORMATION INQUIRE
City Passenger Office J
More Beautiful This Yéar Than Ever
Daily Except Sunday.
Ly. Union Station 2:45 p. m.
? Ar. Cloudcroft 7:4 p. m.
Season Tickets $5.00 Week-end Tickets
Moving Picture of the Sunday Excursion to Cloudcroft will
reproduction at the ranarna-Pacific Exposition at San Die
along and help show California how we attend our own s
City Ticket Office Robert-13eririer
Special Trhin Sunday.
Ly. Union Station 7:30 a. m.
Ar. Cloudcroft 1 2:40 p. m.
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 10, 1914, newspaper, August 10, 1914; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth197125/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.