El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, October 14, 1917 Page: 4 of 36
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WL PASO rVfORNiNGr liTraaíaS;
ON FRENCH FRONT
Voluntar From Ail Part of
World to Job Tight Against
I Pruian Oppotition.
Hrmcli (rom in rretiee m ti.
few national nag t shortly lo be an-
toldeil on th mill :. tr. il lliit of Pol-
I ind. TI llrtr Mulo on maroon Held
B to UkC II lilre build the Premli
I firt-Ordcir. th liar nd atrip - tlv
Ünlun Jic it the lultl fia ( itw
tur sillón. tut! iietmtli II follll will
f Hthl Poltili volunteer t rrm II pirn r
m WMiil. rrrltidlni i!-'-md Koiti ti
(jnlted states. An miiiiimoii Polish
I rrmj already Is in eourae of irsnlz j-
tio nw riMKh sr.il uul im mils nave
in iDHid In Polish rllljens who nave
ranaierea aoroea in ewrrn ui ire-
Jxe oppression lo whim tn roiisir
DO I' ill? lit 1 ' ' ' -i 1 1 1 r l I
Phil orre ti 1" I) linn iiii. "in nt any
urr armv. Ill offi-i trait turn Mint'
ollsh Mrth or rlesrein I he ornicra it
I M arniv in wini n-ci i.r n.ie wno
ira wrvD in Pie Irenrri arm; linee
heal'. nil. r i.f I- lil:"r. In 1'iris
nilmim 1 III'' nm ran. wiuie
'entente Ii.iiii-'".! -ii-'illi.-r :. Abbe;
Ilia 3i. Iniiiai Hi iiiO Miraellles I).
MB jn.my who jotnm in inner eiwi
All sialic üf IV ire reilTl- Illr.l
gtnonr tin -luritu r In ifm rant
Alil - hvi foimiil -ni by tlrle wlin
iruaaun men from the liberal profu-
sion villi farm laboren mil buy not
Íet It alumldcr in thouliter with tras
Sired veterans of tn
acune or iiimi-i has sonad In trinlil
rllah ronipniiii-i of n- fnreltn leiinii;
i (twin War ihsparied iroons lii-lr
. Tfii'ii roniradra In Una r-arltr ii tit-.
Iverywhera tht-y has nlned by tlwjr
iflter- llircnajliirtil Ilia Ihre arr
lartitlua- the rtrW'tatl'ia of thetr cbieri.
ríe polish volirtiteaia alway hive been
Wining to unrtei lata the must oneroii
favorable effect on rerrmtlnr mal II we
recently derided to slva the Polea an or-
were aaeemhlrsrl In one ramp hi prepara
tfbn for tit formation or rarular army
unili of in arma. -
Mncb noiirananl waa tiren th
Woremenl by reporta from Arnertra thai
rolci resldln" thtr Had rprd will-UlSbSSt-t)
i" lo til rinki of In new
army it la hopen to obtain many re-
cruit front thai anorra.
Queen of Rumania Sends
Thanks to America for
Assistance of Red Cross
Of AMdelited Praia.
J may. Hum tola Tuesday Oct. .
Queen Mt c of numanla today aakad
Iba Aiaoclaled l'rH to convey her tlianka
lo Um Drilled State 'for Amarran liad
Croat tin ñu i piadrari Hamuli u flfht
to tii end. Th orrlilon ia tba rilalnr
of lb Star and Htripet ann the Had
croaa riar ovar Iba finí rallar limpllal
on Itumuitan aoll.
"Our besru tiava been warmed ny srit
ilude ann our hope rlnptred by Amen
ra'a seneroilty." her majeity aald. We
nave 5n.ini orphan and a larte elrllltn
tKifiulallon in a prtrarlotii poalUon. Amer-
i aaelttanr cuna it a crltlral hour.
"I vole oar sraUtiifie to tire sreal ally
from nvai Iba ten wblch Ii the nole
hearted eiriloii of alt million p(oplo.
Wi ira" datartrilned to proaeruto the war
until the i ame to WMrh we conaerreled
our lte bu been vindlrated. Ailvurslty
lit made Humtnli ill U" more derided
not to s up to ttnisifla"
AÑilillV Fort MIMMtllt
By AorHied freM.
Columbm. Ohio. Oct. ItAn annuity
Plan lirnrldlns fr ' ' ' "I'llsrlm
memorial rtmd" Mr aeil and disabled
m'nialer nf the Conrreralional rliurtb
ml tlieir dapeoilrnta waa ad"ile'i lonay
The artlon wia rhararirrlien lfy leader
of ihe i finrcb aa the iwiat nriiKirurit ar-
tlon before tlia roonrll. tlinlatera from
Ibn te of 10 lo A will rontrlbute per
rant of their ' to the fund and at
lh. pennon aire will receive annually
one-nilf of Ine turn of (he annual salary.
GIANTS BLAME ROBERTSON
FOR WHITE SOX VICTORY
BBBBB Mil ' Jl
? "RedurUon" wrltea: "I am saekins
Some sire mernod to reduce my fleah.
tVhlle my tiranía h tirio I am sIUns
fell lit anil of ceurif it I ruibai i aai
Aniwer: for many yuan I nava placad
rellsnra in the formula known aa frve
grain arbolann lableti imrked In ald
fubea wuh lull dlri'dioii for homo usa.
tono bare redured u mucb at lorly
jpounda In faw weoka.
: C. 0. C. aska: "1 am ronltl piled Ion
fue roaied have headulie dlfiy spells
ind linllrertlon uinetiiiirs. I'leiae ml
I Answer: I advise tint you besln ualnr
Shreo main aulfdierb ublrta (not iul-
jihun. These tablets are Unlive aet
Bn the liver kldneyi and bowuli and tend
So keep tba blood puto tiy iruueins tlie
lllminsllv (uncltoiia. nailer aboultf fol-
I "Oraffifl" iskc "About a year aso
I wat alflliied v rati a bad rasa u dand-
tuif I ued (iiatii yellow tnitijol and
itime trraUiienla ruieai me. Now I want
to know ir l can Ini reaie my welsbt about
The qnaationa answered below ira san-
ersl in eharacter the symptnins of dlt-
easi are tlven and Ihe auawari will apply
In any raae nf almitsr nature.
Thnie i-iiiin luttiior advice free miy
ddri-ia Dr. tewla baker collest unit..
Collrae-KlwiXK! atreeti luylin (ih'o en
eloilna aelf-addreaaei! utampeil envelope
for reply lull name and nldreaa must
ha riven but only Inlllili or MiMicnm
name will he uaad In my aniweri. The
preai rlptloiii can be filled al any well-
itockeif in .it alore. Any druktiat ran
order ol wiioleaaler.
waito fnnrtlnn) sod a iiowerful liariiilem
Ionic Ire-atireni m needed. I llnd three
a i am csnoinene laiiiria unturned ami
"Leu re" sayn "Soma time aso I con
on' i' u vi'i-y severa rniii aim coutn.
I iii you
i Conuniied frotu tjtartv
til e erorlrt-
Uie flrat four rlasbes.
two Mams In
ii. mean run lbs batters piled up- an
itiTSte of IS bita and nine fl kilns
errota thrown 10 lor soort measure. BV-
cnly -seven batiera fared alt pitchers and
while there were unlimited tnnlli ind
leiiac Miiiaiion there ea no one player
wIk) could claim Hie aputHsht of heroism
In this melante of Mia errors fleldlur.
rusts and sprints fro base to baas.
Tea Prrfrrt Áalnan Day.
A perfect amnion dly treated th play
en they stepped on th dlatnond. It
i rlear ind Juat a trifle cold hut the
tana did not appear to nolle the tins lo
i tie uunoe piici . Her ind tbrr war
H'snt upares in I 'Hi aleuda and Match-
en. and there era no owda on the
bulldliiK ovarlooklns Colilakey piTk.
Tie trees asd Idrll fencili or Armour
(square ptrk aere ftmVea nl the nolae
1 1 tba KHilint fans could the beam lor
l.'dk away. I itlle tlmlwi lot! by
U'e tan temí ti: settlns uno sillón and
Iba i. nun- mil io bit rollad up two
luii lead befare Iba White Sot could
rbecS their rum.
Durnt Iha initial flew York to rice
iiwo.nl. wit rorarded to liril on tout
atraisht baila when tbn Mot' left banilei
lound It Impotalkbi lo locale III Horn"
pitta. Ctpltln Herios; rune nkt with a
unsla to riiht ind rb-uny ktufr doubled
in the rlrhl rield bieailwr fence corlns
nm in. with iirirnennsn . wavme bit
mire' inenai Inil) Hustell ws ailed lo
bencS rter dellverlns Juat eltht baila
ami tddle i.'liMiite wis test lo to hold the
oimta In i licck. Zlmm rmn Mt to Wea-
ver and Hanoi waa nipped si the plate
I'letcher drove to McMullln wlrose ipilrk
Ibrow ualishl uff at horn and the llmii-
indi roiled their approval of the Whit"
Sot iplendM delciuive pity. Zlniiner
mill who bad moved up wn the outs
scored on HobeHaon' hiivkIo to cantar
and with two run tn Clrolte. rribhed
llole'l lilt nd tostad' bint qui at rtrat.
Tare Mea ailrandrd.
The Chlciso team tried dctiertly to
meet this advantata of lite Wants ind had
ihrea men (trended on Hie btsat ID III
half or ihr innint nut it waa not uiini
llel tlun aeiieuilr hltxidleaa i . . í . i . to
Mae Ihria iialn hypo nucisnr Ulilelt al
biel flinoa. Ttiey aiit dlrrttlim. In-
crease Hie nutritive prvaemia nd tlve
Strniitti and floMi tn aurh Hi4iple. Hev-
eral montna' treatment I esseuini lo pro-
Ouce i. lulls.
. "riecrsjiary" arrue: I have paint In
Pln and lalrtilful licadarhe in hack
S baae) ralnilnr ttnm. twitchm and
iraiiibliair. ncrvouuir. ari.linri
loas or apprtnc and strenrtli. ami in lact
Ira a lis ben' when II cue a in per-
toroilur accustomed work and dunes''
Anseen Wliat you need la a laiatlva
courb syrup. that will drive the cold
rioiii your a -inn. i lie lullowlns I'r-
scripllon will rherk your cold ami Mttfbl
Oet a I1) m. packate of ccmcenlraleil
eiaeiiee iiientno-laxi'iie and make arrurd-
Ins to dlrertion on tin bultl. Tike a
traiponnrul every hour or two or unlit
your cold 1 1 better. Thlt will relieve you
In very Tew day.
M. J. B. aika: "Ny hair I loo oily and
my scalp lu-ha with damtrnrr. and or
lt it I ciiiiiiiinr out luo much. What I
i rood treatment?"
Answer: obtain plln yellow nilnypl
from your drurrtat In i Jars and ap-
ply is per direction! flila cleans puil-
II. .. cneiis ind Invlsorale the Imir and
ISWB thua itotipin pie dealh or the hair.
Lindriiir inn iVlilnir are at once relieved.
Men and woman all uvVr Ihe cuuulry now
us It 1 .-II In I 1 1
"Wetknani" wrlti "Have been doc
torlns for kidney irouble and imw waul
your advice Kreqiieiit ilrira i- fa) lowed
ny burnlns pain and am very tender and
sore over reston or bladder. Alan back-ii-
in- irfect me dresdrully. i;an hardly
more wlien I awake In tha moininS'
Weiknei too la syniploiu."
Antwer: I think ir you win lake biun-
ot miiirn rtsultrlv for thw wetk
your kidney and bladder win become
Hernial and eurji ayiuptoina violih. Tina
Is unequalled for such complaint In my
tn mu hi
muí' rer many yean Dr. Baker hi
been tlvUir free idvlca and prescription
In rliiflloni of people tkrous toe pr'as
coluuini and dcubUeaa has blpd In
rel levins lllneu and dlitreas more than
any alnrl Udlvldual In the world'! his-
tory. Tnnuiind hue written u in eapra-
Moint of iTtllludij and contldaqce Adv.
SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Laundered to Please Men
wwf lawia t.i.v. rauviaviui y UIOL 1 UU1 WIIOIC
tory when it comea to Laundering Shirts. Col
lars and Cuffs.
TVÉflH HUt ÜM Uta Modern Mechinery and etrt-
pUkjrtng sUBsal optwSlrs. enable m to (fee you a Laun-
dry Serrace you will lis. Try it saca ta an it u up to ua.
OUR ROUGH DRY LAUNDRY AT 7c
Th Lb. is Btc Laundry Help to El P.
A. S. CaxrolL Owner
Iba third that tbe box were abl to ret
t runner home. After McMuUlu tuul filed
out lo Hoherlaon nidia Collin worked
..iiu " for I pin. Jarkabn.iiMdS t atronk
effotl to iind hit field capttin aroiiml
but Ihe bam he could do WIS to rilse
a fly to Hoberlaon. relien wt more tor-
tuiiste. Jiowevcr lilt double to left field
teu'linr Colima liuroe With the Sos first
Tii Millonsl leiru reprotentativM In
crecd tholi' lead by corlpk mother two
runa lo the fourth and appeared to reel
nut thy had the stna won. tunden
niKirii lo Hint anil nuiee aicrit ceu nun
lo second- 'In I'm o' stnsle to rlrht and
J. 1:01110' error In fumbllns lb ball
Rirlclen cnred ami Uuttu uaik aecond.
Weaver followed with a fumble of ller-
tot's roller and the batter waa aire while
(lurni went to third. Kaurr rollvri n-
olliar to (tandil who mida a poor throw
in 1 1 Mir CelluM covminr flrit and inn n-
scored niiiii'i linn roiled in Inntns h.v
l lltlnr -into a double play Wiiavcr tn K.
Cullin to i.in.lil. bllniliiallns both aliurf
-. i -unncrv WafVlos
Tha White Sot ot their irtlllcry work-
Int In the sixth ind eestn Uia fuilllide
which finally won the same tor mem
1. until Went eul Belleo to Holke. Weaver
ilnsltd to irii and Hrhilk hit to center
ind 11 ii- ruotcri tiertn to lirt their volcit
in um "ii. ror Ssllee wa In trouble md
Fhowod It. Miuinci liowlind lent Ills
berr tu bit In nlnre ul clcoite ind Mr-
urtw mule iih.ii.mi ii UxoikU to Ilk
Sillee out. but ipparentiy chinired hli
mind tllsbetr iliuitucd lh ball lo rlrut.
sroi'lnr Weaver. I. colima snd McMullln
n it un 1 leini rnitei ilranded by soinf
nut on Inrirld rdW...
lilaude William t southpiw balllns
rrom .Hprlnsrielil. Mo. siiicnuied Clcutle
on lie mound anil the Ulinln immediately
inint'ltued till delivery for on run.
i 1 ' 1 1 doubled to irii ind iioberlann
allenipted lo aaiTince. Hla eirort reaull-
d In s pop riv. which Wllllama raiisht.
but drniiped a ha roll. Holke was In-
lured when the bill mancnl Irom hla
bit lo Ills nee but plucklly reiiimed
nil- 1 a .it 1 v and finned. Mariden cune
llirodsh with 1 -tunic lo ruin corlns
I'll i' den- ind th ulinis bid flnlihed their
Not to Uie Whit -i however. After
Kddle Colima hid filed lo Kielrhir Jo
Jackson hammered out ttiilu lo ltft
nd I lacla ilimuied auolher in the antic
direction while the crowd rored Hi ip-
provil with in ever-lncreiainr volum of
clieei. yalU and inbimnlilla liorna.
"-ni' at uinqu ruse in
o on id o Uiatnttiie
paaetl home with Iwo morn runs. Weaver
ena out eieacner to muse ano scitais
sot free trip to furt on Mallee'a wild
io--- Lynn wi lent In to hit ror vu
llimt. Oerore he could lilt the bill
Sthalk stole second ami the Olltna' Ihlleld
tent up In th in. and llr throwins the
apheie about for teveral seronda Fletcher
hurled to lliriden to oilrh Oindll. Tha
lirtv wn wild and th White Sox first
hineflim trutted acroia the plale with the
iieim run. After una nffbtmare Lyon
andad tha inninr by fannbas.
With the iron Had at five ill th
Chirifo playera went litar Bailee astln
In Ilia eliiiiii and won th sm with
aonitier trio or run altbnush on would
hive inawered lull a well. John t ol-
lina opened lili one-bls wallop lo
rlrht McMullln airrlflcd hire to Sec-
ond and Idilio Collins sent him home
on a (Insle to center. Jickton put hit
field captain on third with a similar hit.
Knurr i throw tn ttinmermin wai too
lite lo st Cellini and when toé Cittnt'
Ihird baseman whipped the ball wildly
luck 10 second to atoo Jickton. tollina
came home and Jtckaon need irnuntt to
third Hillee pinned one ball to I elicit
and then Mamsrr McOraw decided to
rslleve hint. I'errltt was eubatltuled mil
Kelicb rreeted the new hurlar with i
Tltej leasner to center on which Jack-
ton acored. Oindll filed lo Huma ami
Felacli then ended the inninr by tolnr
out In tea!Hir terond and the Whit
Sox. after pultuis the tilinta out In on
two three order raced tor their train
and wte toon on the way tn tw Yutk
where they hop to repeat asaln or
Tne quartalt of Cblriso puchera
pltrbtd in ball in tbe nm halve or
innint! tn whlrli they rtred. UM .lenta
while Ihe pilr or new York Hurler UMd
lit In tbe aleht Italics they pitched.
l'ort) -rive bill were ralleal on the ló-
cala and tú un Uta i nilón. Thirty strikes
arrumo lued lo the credit ol the win-
ner ml M Pi lh loaara of th mania
The luck on foul itrlkai broke for th
t'.hicarn ilibiuen at Giant bltiman had
IS of tbe cUed en them wbll the
White Sox yielded bul Hi.
aena Trraa HkerL
nitisell wat slven encoiiriremenl at
lie walked to the rubber at Ihe atcrl of
tne une. H niiiMtl ihe ouiiide corner
of tire plate four kitcceailve thnea and
Hunii walked. Ilerror cricked th third
piu-h nffered bun fur a shiple to rlahl
and llurna Willi lo thud kauff slralatll-
ened tlie flrat on offered bun and hit
tne nsni fleta Darner eforinr Burns.
McGraw Men Return lo
Home Ground Dazed
by Drubbing of the Sox
My Alienated Preaa
On Board Oíante' Special Trim Oct.
14. -Th Be York uunls wet entl
In eml-dB!ed condition they
patted thronsh Detroit early thh
mom Inr oh their se -nnd rrl airata-
rlc retreit from chloro. The altock
of their defeat In the lirth tame of
the nerln. after they had ppirantly
liainrnrred Ihe WTllte Hoi inbj suhnila
ton it 1 even sreater blow lo
their vanity thn the lbs of two
atraisht games on their nrit trip to
comukay nid. .
Th blow wat all to their pride
however md did not retell their con-
fidence which UI 1- "it " ib Tbay
take th aland that Mttuter llowland
I in a weak atnterlc poallLai an
far a his puchar ore rnpcerited inil
tlial III White Sot VIII be at a rrnt
lisadvtnus In bavins In play tne
seventh ind deed line a nine of the
erlet at the Polo irrotmds whero tftei
eldom ply to their heal rottn W
Thl inaictte that Ihey kav. no
Ihoualit to the poialblllty H al ntey
mlrht he defi-td si the Polo around
tomorrow ind o end tlie tertetrjM-
fore Ine seventh rime could hr
reached. Tbelr every ipeciilillon is
to their Immediate future waa hated
on th luppoiltlon that Hube llrSton
"would pull a repeater at Now Yolk
Th (Ham made no airui for yes-
let dy'i overwhelming defeat. Tlun
simply admitted tint they wen out
played out-lurked and out rbrtriVd
add deserved to lote.
Unlike moil of the iperutora theaj)
did not ihoulder ill Ihe hlifii ror th
dereat upon Minarrr McOrt Who
wn everely rrlttgtcd In other tfntr-
lar. for hla failure to lab -sum"
Sallee out of the same In the seventh
Innlns. They were unutmous m d-
rlirtnr thlt SaUie hid ill hit "aturf
intact and wuh any kind of a breik
would hav weilkered th slot in
TlMry wet mrlloed rather to cenmre
Davey Hobeiitnu for bla mttife to
ripture "Chick" Candirá Ions fly tn
the seventh. Had mi tiM Jbten
cr. light.. ami the playera all agree that
Hohcilaoii should hive raurcht It th
Anierlcm Iramieri would nave been
stctlred without a run In una Inning
ind lh entire court of the game
from that period on would bine mi-
tul 1 to Cirott and wi thrown out
not man I oeterminrt Old to
even up In llwlr bair. John Collins hit
vilh"-'a mat orferlns a mile high and
It dropped into Zimmerman' slpva. Mc-
siuiiiit un. t ana watseo. c. iaiuna
Ingli'd will alter Jicksoit had filed Nun
1 Ituriik t'llsrll hit In limit. McMullln
iitiuliit from tecond ildo-itepiied the
It ind f'lrlclicr rmnlileil. lining the
haaet. In tint pinch when any kind of
till would have lied tba teore. OindU
pomied to llotka.
uoirtieii upeneii ine inania aerona t
ck Willi 1 shtip alngl peat Mali Col-
ma. .-miro hunted bird to Oindll and
oiced III rilchor it : Becund. Waiver
Uklng the throw. Burns nosed. Wevr
mlised Hernia's easy grounder and Sai
nt to second a aun waa an aiav
out on grounder to R. Collin.
In lite Box hair. Hatcher threw out
Weaver md Hrbelk. cicoiie wilkwi. but
John Colllni fouled tn Hirldcn.
.immrrman fireeieil wiui "uve-
Zlmtuei'inm wis gicciril by th usual
boo" when he opened lh Nw York
mini Inning II responded wltb Texu
leisuer which dropped Mfely In Hslif
atar because tec hoi neniara wen
riwylnr nir bark ror rum. Clcott oAuald
lofke off mil but Weaver mraseii uaid
throw aril the runner aeratnoied
back lo fit it. nn the next pitch l ieicnur
lined IBS hall over tnitd Imsc. miMiiiiiii
tnatle a atartllns vire handed catcb and
eaallv doubled itumcimiu orr rirat.
Ilohei'tsoii slainmed bit orf r.lrofie's
Ho k gave him tne nil and l ull
signal inn shuck out on ins mini at-
tempt.. The (Hint!' right fielder slid dos-
peniely into second btae and when ihe
Bet let Bclialk's superfluous throw roll
to th outfield he net tall lor the plale
I nhrit coaching at third finally stopped
lloberiaon rnn sent nun out in i igniiieio.
moi since rirat nua.
Chlciso trorcd Its first run and agalu
nad u enanca 10 tie inn score in ua uau.
After McMullln had filed io rlshl Kddlt
o ins waited. Jjckson was tiiinatieiii.
bit th first pitch and skied lo lioliaruoil.
I elsrli then dnunietl tu tin- letlliciii wan
artirlnr K. colllna from rint. fliiiiis held
ibis bit to 1 double by playlns u atnaly
and griting Um rebound on Ihe fir!
Qannil wn up in tn ptnen again
rlicii 10 k mil.
Tito Wiiilo sox looked like loaara in uie
rourlh. Tney maue turee' glaring errors
and Iheae mixed with a brace or hit
save tbe minis two mors t una. Hidideii
asaln anulen lb lrB with a alutle
1 1 un 1 ' iK ott in nanaic 01 lie
bal 1UV0 right field snllr. aaciilicrd K
tianait ununaioa. cuntnr nauiiro oc
second. Iiiirm drove lh run home wtlh
a alucie to right. In bit anxiety lo get
miraen 10 me ntate. auiut loi minium
tint hit and then threw to ec oud. burns
s iditir ale v into in made saca
llerxug'a grounder McMullln ran In front
or weaver ana in tnettaion nuaaea it.
Thl put mini up intra uanuit men
fumbled Kiulf's bounder. Burns scorlus
and Hertor solus lo Until Zlibinenuiii
bit into fat double pUy McMullln lo
E. Collins to Oandll.
Bailee retired the Intna. tetra on ill
pitched lulls. .iiniiii 1 man threw uiU
Waavar "Schnlk an. nulled out lo HOlkO
unassisted and Clrolte riled out to
tdanla Thrtalen u unit
Tit vlsiloi threatened again In III
fifth t h li lire uní it stt aigui into jaca--ni
- slove bul Itoberisi'ii put bla third
111I0 rlrht field. Ilulke imidpihI to Weave
and then Hohri1nn slnlo aecotitL making
th base when 1 t.uiiis I. ii m ne ran
to take Betudk't ibrow. ;T SfB
Han den Itivn.a ii only two bRSfio nil
credit II Dill ad and til atrau-gv
moved sound when Silica fanned. The
crowd cuoerau cicoiie lasiui waiat
fort It could at this auiav of the lame
from the Hill punter a sainenea. ..
la was t'alicVa turn In rail In
nlnrb In Um hum half. .John t ulllus liad
latinen ami sicsiuiiui uau uiwu w simi
when 1 i ruina maiio nn aecoon uu
.insle to left. Jackson sla.tiiiinl
back at silica an flit tbil the elungalf
pin her lived mniHii iroin injury on
by Quick biocxinr 01 tne uau
putttnr Iteraos on third and malina c
ond himaeir Thai ended nuaaeU'i SI
teiiiiii to tillen world serias ram and
i ico tie took up the burden. At Una e
the White Box allowed torn of tbelr best
rtfeny work. Zlntroemin waa "booed"
when ne need Clcoite. nut ne . racked a
ttot rreundar to Weaver. Buck bluffed
a throw k flrsi. than alant Iiouk). 11101101
lienor waa nurhl on thl Hoe and chaaedl bli
down weaver 10 acntta. aiutr 100a
thud anil Iimmeiman naciieo nri
riateSatr bounced to McMullln and an-
other run wai rul off it tbe plate Brhalk
again mains lb put out attatmnatn
moved to tecond and Flatebar rented 00
Bacante Rlrott. s lM tBSt. waa
nlti-Mis. Itnanrtann batUd lo niara ai
Vnotpe wbe was Matt to rlsbUlaM whn
nsatell wts abaoanee a tn
ball to 811 and wia in eaiy out al
Th (ilinu 01a noiiitnr eneenve in vu
Utb. Burni filed lo Jackson id Hertor
gioundeil uul. I- Collin to tlandir.
kauff dropped single in rronl of Jack
....i and atole aecoini munci mall en
.o.r.wi .tutihar cli.H-ua of "bika." liven
cm ted sharp gruunder lust . Iiittd
lect.nd. Eddi Collin klddd over.
Bud a fin atop and threw Zimmerman
ul py a nap.
Mateara Mr ra at Hevralk
- waa the hero or the Hoi rally
that loliuwed rter Candil hid srouoited
out. pitcher to tlril. Weaver allot Unset
between Ununertnan and i'letcher.
Schatk lumieitlately drove s bit Ihiourll
Claran ami u7ravV went to third d-
tnlt Pletctwr's and HertoCt altttnpia lo
block htm. Hlabers wearlnr Ms pitch
ovr s painful boil on bit neck toot
cicoiie a turn ai oes aun aiuawu " .
rtnr Wtsvar aao puuma ocuaia
aecond. John c.oltin'. sroanaer oown an
first ba Una resulted In bit retirement
. T5 tó''iv.
.TOR this week we have selected some furniture
values that are bound to interest. In consider-
ng these specials keep in mind that furniture prices
We been and still are advancing.
3oth the second floor and basement add interest to
our visit here txiis week.
S-inch fumed oak library tabl.
haa big roomy drawer wltb a
wooden knob and Jarn matatlne
rack at th end. IhU la not a
cheap looking table. U la well
maul of the blsheat grsde ma-
terial beautifully finished and
would be- an excellent value at
118.00. but will be priced for this
(We hare only a few of those
tables left. They cannot last long
ao coma early if yon wish to se-
cure you ra.)
tt-lnch Baldan oak plank top axle net on table
Regular -prieta S22.S0 Special for thl week
rl-lnch solM oak. golden flnlah extension table.
' ilegutlar. price 11200. Special for thl Week
45-lnch mshogahjr Henltn table ha extra
lien -.y top and extend trie feet. Priced regu-
larY.t IJ6.00. Speclal for thla week itS.50
nigh back fumed or golden oak rocker haa a
looae cushion upholatered on a heavy coll
spring with genuine leather. Special for thl
week at .SB.OO
Low back famed oak roetter with wide arms
atld padded seat and back. Special for thla
Weak at ..'........ ... $7.20
Our New Linen Department
If you have not seen Our new Table Linens it is time you paid us a
visit as it will certainly be worth yout while. We want to interest
you in Genuine Irish Hand Made Linen Pattern Cloths and Nap-
kins to match. '
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
Five patterns of 54-inch Table Damask at 55c yard.
72-inch Linen Damask at $1.35 yard. '
50 Dozen Damask Napkins already hemmed ready for
use at $ 1 .95 dozen.
Bedding Dept. Rugs! Rugs! Rugs
Beautiful S-plece mahogany- parlor smite
queen Anne period seat and back upholstered
in an affective blue and gold damaek. Spe
cial ror tnie week
Mibogkny Library Table M match above priced aulle
t .v. tit.no
Attractive 3-plece parlor aulte with ease back
atiat aldea; aeata upholatered In a ricfc grade
of bide velour with "conify" ouabton to match.
Excellent S-plece parlor lurte constating ot
rocker chair and aettee upholstered In either
blue or mulberry velour. This la a real value
at $40.0. Special for thla week 0f
See the Window Displays
Cold weather is just around the
corner. Do not wait until it ar-
rives but come now and make
OUR Bedding Department offers' yon
a wide range of choice and attractive
prlcea on everything you need In Com-
(oHs Blanket and Bobea. .Not the .
following price ran'sea: :! ..'
We hauen corjraptetje etock TOttoV fcejiríe ' '
forta at 13.00 to SI.BOt achí 1 .'
Cotton DUinkctii -Plain grey wiíh 'Caney
hordera af ti.íS arid fB.15 each
Woblnap Blanket! at '41.80 and 14. SO
each. . '.'--
Mlaed Wool Blanket rtt 6.C0 to IG.7B.
All Wool ni.uiki-tH at 14.00 to lis 60.
Robs suitable for extra cover at SS.SO
to 17.80 ! tV
Prleea are low and assortment are large.
We are the recognized ELI Paso
headquarters for Rugs of all
sizes and grades.
.Our ntook la now completo with all the
neweat pattern and colora. If you need
a rug ot any. kind it will certainly be to
your advantage to see our complete sa-
ortment before buying.
un Drapery Department haa bees (ha
iA busiest place In our enure store for
the last few weeks. Wa are offering you
choice or tbe neweat and neatest things
- lit Draperies or all kinds aa well aa all
grades of curtains and curtain materials.
We would be -gis d of the opportunity
to show you tha New Drapery and Cur-
tain Materials. Pay our Drapery De-
portment a visit this week.
Stove Season 1917
The stove season for fall and winter 1917 is at hand. As usual our
basement representa El Paso Heating Stove Headquarters. Out of
our large assorted stock of heating stoves you aire sure to find just
what you want in a heater. Prices range from $1 0 to $27.50.
Hie Buck's Hot Blast Heater is a stove built to last. It keeps the room at an
even temperature at all times of the day by special regulating draft. Holds
fire over night. Price $20.
r largest and beat aaaorted stodk of THK Garland Base Burner that has al-
high grade ranges shown In El Paso I w-v u-i h- . K.
including Buck's. Majestic Garland ' W"y etandard among baae
Bridge and Beaoh and many others. burners Is carried In tctir sisea. Priesa
ranging in price from SSO.oo to S1SS.0O ranging up from SM.0O
MOT only are aort merits large and prices attractive but we give
" ' you the advantage of easy payments. Whether it is ..a whole house
you want to furnish or just something to fill in. Let us serve you.
207-9-11 NORTH STANTON
rietrtier held rcond tblnklnr the pop
-eta would b rasbl. . Hoik tried to
bum the ball rliacltir orf hi bar. and
Itittinr blm ilckeninr blow above the
lext ear. tie tank to the ground bul
rter tbe tralutr liad work! over nun
-t'si.i up took e Irosla bile of tobacco
and fouled Ihe next pitch. He held hi
head while áchalk was retrlevlim the ball
uu tne next iifferlor b struck out. Hair-
i en then iit'iiv. i nn tblrd lilt acorlug
nelrlxr I aud ndiny hobertioii to
acond. Bailee and Bom finned.
Wild tsMV Spells mursu's rata.
Lhlraso insüc Us blr rally lu III half
t t.t.iiiiu uvaupcd lo Klelcher bul Jack-
on and reach Hurled to lea (Mndll
hit lh lust i pilch to deep rlrht field
sreritiK both runners and reaculnr ser-
um. With tta items- iun stain In nsbt
waver is a t five ruuls and then rromnled
out. I I. it lie i to Holke tlandlf itkms
IMrd. This breiarhl up Schslk and tbe
catcher limbed as iiiutcroua h lvn
a fre liase - to rtrat. l..vno batted for
Wlllian ind a be missed his aecond
strike Sibalk aUiSM for sacwU. Atir-
deu thrw Ui Salles who held Oman on
iMrS. then svbeiMaf and shot la ssennd.
lienor ruioeil the throw and It wwii lo
inner rieio. uanoti tcorea. irvx
kauir thru to tne plate Sekalk went
to third uu UM neat pttcb Lftm fanned.
i cut ins uim swie.
bv Hoik bail advanced both runueri.
wuh tiui llamar rue eas aeeocul and third
McMtuUa beat u an easy r round r
M HirtriS. wno tor") na a
aanfli vilUami lbsd smt Cbicas
lb sevsnlb aud retired th side
strikes afrbouah run was scored
litttweea the outs netcber sttned with
S MUble to left. RoberUon poppsd a
baust to wiuiaaui. who set sewn at tat
rnibis tsr io ball aa drospsd lu
iHtlied In the eighth and the
next one to Fiber and wai thrown out.
mm junii loiiin jaafle a utca rtu-u uii
Th Sox rlbt fielder opeoett tbe beau
aceiaa'a wlMilns ittauk a lib Tuts
laagusr tn rtiM. Satstrtsoa juat touch
aptsln t galloped borne and Jackson M
Perrllt Bepbwcs Bailee.
Sallre wia then tent to tbe ibowers
nd I'errltt wa called upon to pitch
tn Ui exuberant Sox. Fuses rreeted
turn wttrt i sitíela to tenter icorlns
Jackson. Oindll flltd to Hums md Fetich
wa in easy out ateaiinr. nil roe to
The crowd did not like th wav Fletcher
hlocked and urged Felscb and lined the
.New York sboitstop when lie carue to tut
at lb start oi' Um ninth. Ha grounded
to Wester and waa out II rint. The
irowd started to leave ami tntr was s
ruan for lite ext i wben floberuon put
up so eaiy tiy ror Jackson. These who
remained saw Holke round out Mc-
Mullln to did II for th final play.
CnVBCMsM NOW LOMD BISHOP.
by Atiorlited Presa.
St Johns N. P. oet. u.-Cano White
rector snd lub-dean of the Analicen Cath-
edral In this city ba been láctea lard
biabop of .lew rouaajlaiKi.
VISWIl NT GUV COMING.
London. Oct IS. The niobe today saja
It la expected Viscount ury former aee-
relary of state for rorelarn srtslrs. will
Flag in rasar! pu e
l':re that started In a Irasb pile from
hot coals Murder demased ihed In
the rtar or a resident at lies aj-liun
(treat occupied by W. . Tomer sod
owned by J. W. C ulnar.
ad rotraal sssis atasa js lh alt sod
rua Jackaon Ml ta Hgnt. weadtns Kddle
IDS Hill 07 Seaad CissSli I
É-I.O0 PAY UP
HO i EL SAVOY
CROP COV.DII IONS IMPMUVC.
Crop cctnmtit'iiH tlirourbout tne south
ire excellent according lo W. B. Porter
trunmieUr of the Texas and Pacific who
has juit returned from two month'
vacation spent in irtmesste anal ten-
tacky. CMBSnes t. Jiihnton. who acted
t tralnmastvr ilurlu Nr. porter'a ab-
sence. : now acting ss agent al the First
PRISON ES CUIS THHOM .
"S. Auittn prisoner in tbe city laji
rrldsjr evenlnr sot poaseti'on or a piece
of broken nail which i trusty In iweetv
Ing out the Jail bid Isrt nr his call
tnd cut his throat. His wound which
waa not sarlou. wat dressed by I'olie
Surreon J. A. Hrrty after which he wti
returned to bis cell.
"Witm1! Gimnes Are I iechi ltr QMlityw
LOOK AT THIS REDUCED PRICE
ONE OF THE BEST BREAKFAST FOODS
15 cents per package
-BUT TODAY'S BEST BUY IS A-
2 0 and 212 Texas Street
5151. 5152. 5153. 5154. 5155.
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