El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, November 20, 1914 Page: 4 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING T.Mjfr
Friday Kovtnbef 28 191.
MORNING- TIMES' FORM CHART
" tollYumz?!". . Weiintr cien rtk .low. .
rirtST iiace-six furlong. Time -.n i M un. suri gooo! wot.
vmu M.'l1ihn ...... I. ......IW 6
KMMtrllñ CC ........íl""'52
S7HakOU . ......... W
si Holland "'JÍZ i
t rmniltr ....a ..i'O 7
V" ' H H y nn. jockey.
. Ilnp Mlt .......
W nuek Pino ......
8J97 Margaret Melse
. rnnmilStidor .
mi tu nrpjilier
i J 3t Troxier
tft ají T)rvr
i ti M 7 Karrick
....... ...1P9 í
.'...... inn ii i& & i& in iwvio
HI s 0 ? Ambrose
ti mi I0 9 NlCkUt)
íl ti í lol Htewrrt
ii II Ir II' Coiemn
i. lit il Sal Mtnvth
tu la'" ' Turner
Beautiful Course Aerase tíe Rlrer Eren
veyona i Kigeetauent ana He wu
Creatly Eiettd er ths rroipeet.
ii-w.iin fii handled mored un MU In flrcicn tfva in a nnro uuip..... -
sccoNti' tiACE-Steepleche. About two mile. Timo 4la. sur rood I won
drirln. . i vr
fnrtM. Hcre. .
ij brownie oirl .
mm iiobert Oliver
S3U Single Stick
!W Abirfeldy ...
y h Vi r"V Jnfkfy
. p 1 1
6 6 B 6
1 II 5
rwZrTluce 3-5. lliow l-J. FocVtl. pUre í . how eren "rownie ' ;-
Oreitr. showing tlis molí peed no rrnrin uowiy. 7.; wlin
oílio TIIIHD IUC-Ftre-límh of i mlle. Tima : S-s jlí S-S. suri good
nn driving. ;
?i05 sir Ertrar
sis Ermoiu .
am sttiwirt iiekn ......
low Harry Junior
em lievcrly Jame
str. Fin. Ji"kry.
g ft &
Sir Edr. place í-5. Iiow Kgmont. place 9-5 Iww a-8. Stalwart llel'fl. ahow
'.r9Cafdou.Weíh!.eed.na lurtf hni.l.rt Ihrontrhnut raced lUnWg
aul.mlaaionond j.ut laalc.1 In a hard drive. Ejim.ni pronimínt all t ""2
ftiincly ami would Have won In few mor 4trlrtfi. Stalwart Helen cioaen a mr
rntmTii HA(.K-5llle andíoyar. a. Time :tt 3-5 .'48 3-5 1:14. 1:10 3-5 1:46.
Mían y"out " uii.i.i.
KM Amain .
ríM Ultle Nearer
22VI itarry tiaw
Str. Fin. Jock
.loa 4 i II I' rairnroiner
...113 a S 3 1 I' 3 SBlIlllir
...108 3 I' t 31 4' Louder
''Auiain.'piic'i eVén. liow'V-3.'''l.ltilo-Wearer place 0-5 atiow 3-5. Thorntiill. ltow
0atiK$lU r a1den.TW 'TícV.T.Vr' up with ru.h when r. jht;
lnt5 ion lead o" wrliV treieii but ítcpped badly final líhth. Harry Sltaw founa
Ihn romo mojar.
píptii nACE Five and ono-half furlong. ' Timo I 3'6 MS 4-5 Itoa 1-5.
atan itqouí w m..
Wt.St. V H j
sa ntíanio ..........107 1
SíW Marvi-loil Jl i
sm riy nomo - . joj f
SíM Htar of Love 4. r. Jl
sooo pago White 0
íioi Vlgnola (... t J
yww rtoyal Blue JJ '
5S02 oofden Lasale -"Kí '2
. Itnhv Cd'i j.1086
Jockey Op. til.
s. 41 3
cnange placo 7-10 how 1-3. MurveJoua placo 1 show eren. Fly Home show 3-5.
B Change outbroke her Held but was shuffled back Hart closed big- gap on the
otiu Mo -i I ro ; tip in the final strides Marvelous showed a high uini of speed and
appeared is ertatn winner. furlong out but quit badly at end. Fly Homo rromi-
oiiK sixth -HACE juib .an'd one-nxteenth.' Timé Ü44-5 in t. itlfl t-'s; uu'3-f
J 1M. Biart rood i won galloping. ' - '
J25I Autumn ......
Sill Howdy Howd
S303 King nadford
SI40 Dr. Ducnner .
S70 Husky Lad
.. .104 81 1 I 1 .2- Bmyih
.101 8 S'l 4 3 3' J3 Schuttlnger
Wl. 3t. W M Str. Fin. Jpe key Op CL
it77 v 8 si s ! ! . Amnrose -iu u
15 . 15
.........101 6 (f 5
1U4 10 II It
7 l li Turnpr
o- o' 5 Dreyer
.?03 7 0 R 8' Í Lilly
.....107 9 81
.wo. 31 31 4k 0 0' Coleman
.toi 4 " si io lo to warn
Its fimtifvedu . 107 11 101 101 II 11 11 Byrne
Autumn place I5i show 7. Howdy Howdy place o-5. allow s-lo. l'elelits. show j-s.
. Bcrstchefli Battery dermis Jr.. Lady Itankln. Carroll licld IJIoro -Oood Day
bulck Start. Over the Sands Dlllle Baker Dr. Dougherty rol. Holloway. Ooldy lay
Pay. LUtla Jupiter Anerglow Ben Uncas. Sam lllrsch Minclinelie.
. Autumn easily best took the lesd when resdy and only galloped the flnat rUrlpng.
Jtowdy Howdy had no excuses was fway well and nhowed good spied but could not
beat the winner todsy reteltts a forward contender throughout. King Ilauronl closed
A big gap finally.
MANAGER WINN 18
CF.NF.RAL HANASKtt W TMR JUARCT.
JOCKEY CLUB 1HPREfiftF.il WITH
Bl0 Jim Vaughn Is Wild But Holds Op-
ponents Safe In the rinches
retaluma Cat. Vr. to. Big league
baseball drew a Urge crowd to petalttma's
baseball Held today to see tho all-star
nationals dereat tho' tll-Amerlcans 8 to 3.
ft'ltcher Vaughn for the Nationals was
wild passing five men but his team
matea savod the day by timely bitting
Scoret J. II E.
nationals 8 it 3
Americans 3 8 3
BatteriesVaughn and Clarke; - James
THE BIG KID IS IS JlMHF.Z.-(Adr.)
Too for Thanksgiving Day
Not only see that everything about the house is snug.-
and warm and good to look upon but also seethat every-"
body in the home is snug and warm. .
Thanksgiving should be a day of personal Thanksgiv-
ing as Well as of home Thanksgiving. f
Tbero is nothing thttt will make a woman give thanks so earnestly
as to aee all her children dreaaed warmly for winter M to seo her man
going out to the day' fluht warmly properly clothed and reeling ÍK
íor the fittht.
There la nothing; that will make a man tve thanka eo earnestly aa
to je e the womn Jift carta íor looking: bcr beat on this Thankagtvlnr
Day. for then he feela he UMruly a part of thl great nation which M
prosperous and at peace.
Next Thuraday.ta Thanksgiving Day ltsa than a week away. Pro.
paro for It now.
Lok through tbU paper for the advertising of the great warm win
ter things that 'will Insure health for the coming winter. Look for the
beautiful thing too that will Insure liatiplacs ' v'
Look for the home comforts for the thing that will adorn the place
In which you. Uve asid add to the comfort and the luxury of your rest-
ing houri. ttf - i
' Ofity'.M W way can we have a real Thanksgiving. Only In this
way can we b ready on ntt Thursday to call ourselves True Americans
This tf Thanksgiving wtek in every big store In the city the wttk
to iiKspnxs tor Tkankstiving. 1 values are bet at offered in many
t stores vus er botfe the adornment pf yourlf 44 ef your home
We are a at peace with all the world nation of happy
By T. It. SCIINEIDAU.
Colonel Matt Jr. wlnn. general manager of
the Juarex Jockey club and the one man
among all who has done more to place
the sport or thoroughbred racinr upon the
high piano. It occupies today was an ar-
rival yesterday afternoon from Kentucky
after a visit in ma east.
The resera! manager of the msgniflcent
racinr pletit across the river which under
nis management has advanced to tho very
fiont rank smong-rnce course of America
and wMctt Is rated today as the leading
winter racing plant or this country pre
riféis the banner meeting for the club In lis
sixth teaiofi and spoke enthusiastically of
us prospects ana tue conditions generally.
Fifteen minutes after his arrival Mr
WInu accompanied by Assistant Manager
Harry Rrlevugcl and W. II. rcachler treas-
urer of the club wag on hi way to tho
course There he aw opened before bis
eyes a picture that he conceived In his
miad .last spring but which struck him
forcibly with Us beauty for eren bis mind
failed io grasp the detail as they unfoldeu
memseires nerore mm yesterday witn in
entire plant spick and span and easily
tho prettiest and most completo todsy. Hi
One expression was. "it beats them alU
That Mr. WJnn was vastly pleased with
the . anpesrsnce or the beautiful courm Is
putting It mildly word anosrcntlv railed
nun and ne complimented superintendent
Frank kecgan and Captain W. II. Fenchler
under whose direction tbo work was car
ried out highly Mr. Wlnn drew up the
plina for the improvements to the plant
last spring but yesterday was the rintt
time he had teen the improvement in
reality and like everybody horsemen and
visitors alike who havo viewed the Vast
plant ram.i away Impressed with It beauty
ana completeness in detail. .
Mr. Wlnn appeared greatly impressed
with tho apparent propcrlty of the city
of Kl rato a fact that has Impressed every
arriving turrmsn and visitor ror the race
He slated lsst night that the city certainly
looked jir.OP.ewu. and thst he was glad
to get nsck ror. the winter.
- SDeaklnar Of the conditions that will rov
rirn at the coming meeting the general
manager stated last night that the associa-
tion would handle tho 'ring this srawin and
that Colonel W. C. Applcgato wo'uld b In
charge. He stated thst the ring woujd
bo operated with a. bankroll or 5100000. and
that It' was the main Idea or tho club
to "make the margin' as' little is possible
and that the margin would never go above
is per cent. .
It wai -easy to: .gather from Mr WlnnU
statement iui nigni mat it win not oe
icng before the parl-mutuel system or bet
ting would bo inaugurated at- the local
course He was probably tho first or tho
track msnagers to realise the advantage
of this stylo or wagering -and while It
might bo some few years before the system
Is installed. It appear certain to como
as it la on all ;raco courses throughout
cañada and the United States.
Tho new regarding- the ring will be
exceedingly welcome to the patrons of the
club ror It means that they can get a wager
down up'm ny horsa.at tho odd tha bis
rpim.wjuia warrant .indklhif he can.wsiger
lo any amount without having the appear
ance or bis bet orroct tho price to hair of
wnat it rortneny wa. wiltt iho astocratlon
handling the ring in the samo rashloh a
the rest of tho. plant Is managed tho com.
Ing season can not lielp but be the greatest
In the history of the course. '
Announcement was niado yesterday that
the Texas ruturity -which hss been an-
nually a rraturo at the state fair at Dallas
until last year when It was run over the
íuarrí courjo at the fifth meeting would
be run again at the local course s's It
would be' every reason In the futuro i
This erent as his name would indicate
Is an event ror' Texas-bred two-year-olds
and last year developed a keen contest
J W rullers Marehmont colt Little Will
winning by llio smallest of margin only
aiier a inrinuig. urtve that lasted the entire
length of tho stretch. There re a large
nd well Teprertnted bunch or Texas-bred
youngsters quartered at the course and
the running of the event thl season prom
ises to develop Hie samo keen sport that
featured Its running last year.
Worrt-reacheij-herd yesterday thst Miller
Henderson on? of jhe prominent turfmen
or the country formerly of the well-known
racing rirnrer Henderson k llosn. had a
oil- -cnipmcni or' twelve norses ai Lexing
ton inst ne would enip to tho Juarez meet-
ing within ihVncxt few days. Word rroni
Maryland bring tbo Information that Ibero
aro a couple or car or thoroughbred
there that will bo shlpp" the loca;
course within the ne'it few dy.
The dally arrival of thoroughbred from
dirrerent ecllor. of Ihe country keepj up
without a break and yesterday witnessed
the arrival or a couple or carloids. In
tho shipments were the stable or w. II.
Tuliy with Amity nockdale Bluebesrd
Kate Shelley. Charle Ooett and two two-year-olds;
Frank McCoIlum with Beaumont
end. Ike Tullel wIUl Little Jane Henry Wau
bsnk and Island (tyten.
.Out or the entire' list of thoroughbred
now quartered at the Juares race course
a list that totsls well oyer he fioo msrk
most of which have been shipped rom
far-off sections or the country only three
rave died. Viler lot his recent purchase
O'ltellley from lung rever while Miller
Henderson roll. Jester which ho. sent
down here In cbarao or W. II. Flier iiiect
or -the same cause as did (etberbow a
promising two.yer-old In the Cloher barn.
NEXT YEAR'S FGeTBALL SCHEDULE.
Texa L'utvmlly to Py Nine Carnes In-
stead of tho Custetatry Eliat
Bit Timet Special Corrfponrnt
Austin. Texas Nov. ID-A tentative sche-
dule for the ISI5 University or Texas root.
ball season has been announced hv Aihittr
Director Uelltnont Two Important change
re iioieu in ine arrangement cno wnlcn
will compel the Longhorns to plsy nine
games Instead or eight as formerly and the
other Is the placing of San Antonio on the
scueauia ror a game uniy one game It
absolutely certain aa yei thl being the
Oklahoma gante at Dalla. Bawanee will
pe me attraction in an probability at Hous
ton. and Haskell at San Antonio. Arranre
menu have not been completed (or tlio
TbankiclvUtt famt Ery effort la being
made to secure Notre. Pama galo. Final
arrangements for this win nt be made
until efter ltd TlMokstriviar.
Tb ecfcedule a It will probably stand
is ta renew)
October J-T C. U. M Aun
October Trinity at Austin.
October tA-Blce at Aui
October S3 Otlhou frt Delias.
October 3-iSoi4tttweief at Auettn.
Norember e dewostee U Houmoo.
Noreatter iJ-Uartliea. fcWor.H rselng
made 'ter 'tsM 'Al4Ht4 AueassM Tmacuc
wi uwmsms a e. as
Move M kll Iniliaa at Au44ta.
noytmim Jt Netre Pe iiiu
ta sjMtK an mwm M4r
Weswm'a in Seat mmiti Ath4sitM
TODAY FOR FIGHT
HCKTS YOUNfl JACK JOHNSON IN JUAMtZ
8N AinrfMNMN OF THANKS-
Twe Negrees WW Battle Through Twenty
nonas Beimswt end cenwsy Are
Likely To Be Hatched.
BV T. II. BCHMEIDAU.
Jeff Cltrke "tbe Fighting Choir' ind the
newest addition to that big three among
trie rregroet which ha ruled 10 long and
A clesrly over the hetvr-welght division
of the prtte ring arrives In thl city ihii
morning frpm hi homo In jpplln and this
sue moon iiari trsining ror nt twenty-
rodad conleit In Juares on Tbaoksglring
dty with Young Jiek. Johnson
It will be the fourth meeting of these
two huskies who raak today among the
beat lo the world at their weight Clarke
has recently come rorwim witn rtmarg-
ablo strides nd bis decision over Btsi
Lingford a few weeks tgo made the sport-
ing world sit op and ttlre notice.
The tut mooting between Johnson sad
Clarke wa in 1011 three year ago and
was dver th fifteen-round route with
Clarke getting the verdict after a tirrtag
btttle all jhe' way. Previous to that Clarke
earned a decision orer the same distance
while upon their first meeting llio "Ohott"
(cored . decision In eight rounds.
Both negroes have improved wonderfully
since that time. The local right tans had
a sample .of the ability of the fighting
negro from Missouri When they saw blra
knock rtufo Cameron out in thirteen rounds
in Juarex last June a year ago. Ill record
In the prlxe ring (how tbat he has fought
such a good man as Joe Jeannelte tour
timet and in not one or tnera wa itu
heavy-weight able to win rrom bun.
HI record shows him to.be one .of the
few thai won from the late Luther Mo
earthy. Clarke 1 really a middle-weight
and hi record with such hesvy-welght
1 Ltngford Jeinnette tnd McCarthy' look
all the more .impressive when toll fact it
remembered for he wts not only racing
three or the best men m the ring out to
alitor them he wat conceding from thirty
He 'comes 'hero today flush from hi Vic
tory over the "flotton Tarbaby'' who ht
long been a thorn in the flesh of jack
Johnson and whom a groat many critics
concede to bo better than the champion.
He 'retine thtt he it meeting a rougn
customer In this negro from Louisiana ror
Young Jack Johnson 1 t tough man ror
any fighter in the world at anywhere near
hi weight to whip but his victory over
Ltngford will tend htm into the ring with
the utmost confidence ana a jcnocxoui
victory will give him additional prestige.
Were. Clarko a heavy as Jack Johnaon
the fight world would have demanded V
match between the two long ago although
the champion "would have undoubtedly
patted It up a hrhas a match with 6am
Ltngford. Clarko as hit ring title or "tho
FlghUng Obost" would indicate. It a fast
shitty fighter and capable of dealing out
a knockout with either band.
Young' Jack Johnaon bat been teen In
tctlon here acrott the river on two occt-
ton. While neither or hi opponent were
able to make hlra oxtend himself to the
fullest he showed enough to make the
fight ran reallta hi ability.
He 1 undoubtedly une or the coolest
tnd wlteat fighter in the game and ht
probably forgotten more about fighting
thihieor ffifprcent.dy Tighter will
ever lern. HI best blow Is a" terrible
left one or tbo hardest .blows' or this kind
the writer ha ver ' wltnesaéd. He bat
been in active training for tome time and
win take the' ring next -Thunday even-
ing tn the pink or condition.
The probability that the Johnton.WJllard
right will be itaged In Juarez and the fine
contest nut up by Chtvex and Delmont tn
jutre last Sunday ha aroused Interest
In the fight game locally to a wonderful
degree and It 1 cemin that the two1 ne-
groes will btttle before a crowded house.
Frtnkla Conway the tenstttonal Phila-
delphia feather-weight who Iwu heen the
tensatton ot Philadelphia Tor toe pstt eight
months tnd who bat met such boys as
Kid William Chtrlle Ledoux. the French
champion; Tommy O'Toole Pttty Brannl-
ran. Kid Herman. In fact all of the beat
In the feather-weight ranks including Oene
Delmont. witn whom he natwea to a araw
la in town on his way through from hs
coast whero be recently rougnt jose Ate-
The promoter or me raanme Ainwic uu
yettcrday afternoon offered him a bout
w(tn peirooni nere over me iwomjr-ivuuu
route-on a percentage bula but the modest
iiiulnhin nnlv wanted the City of
juaretr with that or El Pato thrown 'In
before ..he -would consider Jl maten. joi
running a United State mint the promoter
turned Mm down but they were ttlll dick
ering with him last night trying to gel
htm to coma to terms ana h iney succeed
the next bout following tho Clarke.jobn-
ton contest will be a jwenty-round one
between Ocnt Delmont and Frankte Con.
RVVKE. DE CHACE ENTIUES.
Jfy Special irire to TAe Time .
''Baltimore a- no ""
' 10SIWS3Slumber.r .. 10
S9M Aldenus .. tw Tara . ..... 107
SiZ vil iisun . ím SMS Meallcka ... 101
(SSMlVldet . 1" 86 Brian Boru . 110
.iin'surseonY!. W 817 &llard . ..; 107
no Saturnus - U seM.D. or Dunbar 107
(siW'enny ROcY. t 3m Almee Leslie 104
rt H'ter Prynne tlJlUtailCoquelt . .. 8
iíiMnmttfittu ill set U See It ....
304 Ksweist to(M)Yorkvllle . loo
lm "btro ' . 103 (tewiEmerald Oem 103
sm hiun " ... tl sew True as Steel 101
THIRD BACE-Jlr turloBgs.
seM Broomf lower lt KM LtdyBtrbtry 111
SIM Uta y rteun l un vmw .
V&MStí.ieLÁ I and 70 varda.
lOOl 801 Armament .. I0
1)04 Bottle . .... MM Dartworth .. Iu7
iia RuVhy Need 1WI 8M7 Cliff Field . M
77 Anib roe . . tw
riPTH stA.ne-.rive and one-half furlOMS
SS3J High Tide. - W jm Ne Will in
Villi llTf IW
Aman . .... 107
King Caucus to
Col Randell. lot
Nbuty S'ples 10
J30i Anxiety ... tj.
sM Wtterfew tej
VI RhrawstHU'V. Mt
W7 Carlone . - II
sms hutfe . .1.
83 Nome a . ... 1
It 877 Tsy y .... m
ither twM gem Hfrtch. W
icr. ivel U Fei 1 .... too
itm Joe DiebokL IM tw O'f Um Bend to
Weetber cloudy 1 trek e
Wstsar Havre .ste Wu.
I MeeUc Vldet. Mkaeteei.
t. True M Steel CoveHe mitMmtM
I Lady hotea. Lady Barbery.! mflawef.
t tiusiur tteea. csritos. Armnav
He WWrfceheetiOR. vlerjawt.
a Pay Habar Joe Dlsfcold. fleed pr.
Mtrot)(4 for mi um atraes yumt
TAsHC Mmm AN (YIS8t Lte.
WsatM t W sua jifMta m.-V&mUm-
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WIGWAM BOWLING AND ATHLETIC CLUB.
Springer No. 4 vs. McCue No. S.
DtVl 180 157 154 493
Springer UU 185 104 601
I'ascnai si ioa n m
Muethman ill 107 135 355
oarner . 1st 130 t 7 Ml
74 747 7C0 2373
180 180 151 524
......... 18 190 15 478
' 808 857 TW 8157
Summary: Illarti ame Springer. 194.
High total-Springer Ml. strikeout
Stunner.. Points won McCue 4. Margin
IM pins rum juuivoaim.
Bogue No. 1 vs. Bailey No. 7.
McLaln 203 157 169 SÍ9
BOgUO ...... 13 138 161 433
D0k ... tlO 168. 140 448
Pi"u. f.í.. 1St I" FN 41
769 754 7 39
Oaddls 16 170 lit 4M
Macnoid i i; '
OrOlh 833 144 156 535
Koscnfeid ............ 144 124 IS 39
Bálley 167. 138 - 154 460
891 74a 734 8876
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won-Bogue i Utlley 9. Mkrgh-tt7 pin.
roui juusc huuuijj'm
SIX-DAY BICYCLE RACE. "
Thirteen Teams Were Left as "Contenders
at 11 o'clock Last NlohL
Now York Nov. is. Thirteen teams
were left In the six-day bjcycla race at
II olclock ' tonight ten or which -were
bunched for the lead with. 1881 mile .and
two lapa to their credit. Türeq teams.
Plercy tnd Dupuy Kopaky and-lUnten anu
the Bedell brother . withdrew- durmg the
Plercey and Hansen formed a partner-
ship and entered .the race with the cus-
tomary handicap 'or one lap. it wa not
thought tbat either or the -Bedell would
re-enter the rce. The ft pace of the
The Newest and Best Restaurant
Frank Poy aad Bob Caag Props.
Club House Cafe
109 South El Paso BL
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Preaorlptloas filled and delivered
at any time day or bight
Malt Orders Filled Fromptly.
A. E. RYAN fe CO.
"iAKl WE EASY"
Walk cm Kvbber Heete
Wee's Tlul.......; CsU
mima swe i leatizr ci
3H Mess Ave
Ceatifnt siruogrMibera are w coeslaat
"del mfhttL 1r
.. y r AetasklUaMiwAa. Ueerr.
Aete 1teTai TreatJ '
Sufferers f Hemorrhoids
Woum you believe me IX t tell you that
I can cure you la 15. day a. Let tn refer
you to settle of .my worst esses that
Iitve been cured lo lets time. There is
no failures with 'my treatment. In the
17 yean that 1 have treated Hemorrhoids
1 have rot one failure I would be glaU
lo explain to. yeu but method or treat
inr Hemorrhoid- No time loat from
week; had lessened materially and Iho
team wore oniyHwo mile; and a lap 'be-
hind the record for' tbo- hour.
Tho cbter Incident ot the riding during
the early night wa a spill 'which occur-
red in a sprint shortly before lo o'clock.
Several. . rider were thrown" and Verrl.
Kaiser Drobach Anderson búa Woblrsb
were seriously cut on the bawl or bruited
about the head. No one was seriously
enough injured' to force hjg reilreinent
The Handing at it p. ni wr ' '
Coullet-Urenda. .Clark-Iloot ' Cameron-
Kaiser. Lawrence-Marin Egg-Yerrf1 MO-ran-McNamara.
Lawson-Drobach and nyan-VVohl-rab
1884 miles 3 tap; Thomai-tUnjey
181 mile; Milton-Anderaon 1833 mile.
9 Up; Plercey-Hncn. 1583 mile 3 ip.
. Best autos cut tul drivers. ThOno 510.
Ckvt Rate Hardwaxrtj
Paint and Glat.'
FOR MESA OYbTláKS
'Served in all style go lo
PHIL YOUNG'S CAFE
And all kinds of .Mexican dimes hot or
Uoerlela Cincinnati Beer. Edrewood '
kongiútll'i Tango Lw&íáex
Line rent car tuiubrlim6uíhes
and auto baggage trucks give best
ktvk ky or night. Phone lff . -V
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, November 20, 1914, newspaper, November 20, 1914; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth197228/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.