El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, January 6, 1918 Page: 19 of 36
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY IANUARY 6. 1918.
tween Omar Khay-
yam and Hourless.
It i (rninjr to a rtlfTlmlt tnattrr to vt
Jury (if racing esperte to deride Una
wiaicr which was "ibe horee of the year"
Itttuiiih the esotrt concensus I Unt the
rnnire lira neiwetn km l-nali-h tlm
year-oW omar k nan am and tilt great
French rival Hotirlaas. Cutir) hero or
the autumn niertint in Kentucky did
not meet Uwmi cracks when he waa at lh
hiRlit of his form. He was beaten tn the
Kentucky derby hj Omar Khayyam and
several others and tn the l.atoni derby
by Liberty Loan writes O'Nall 8evler In
the Cincinnati F-nmilrer.
Liberty Loan Rickety. Ticket iron
Cross M. Hunhonnet. Midway. Weaty
Itojran and Highland Lad wre only sec-
ond fllrht three-year-olds the four fire
and sli-year-olds Boots Hoamer Bor-
row nea-ret spur Stromboll. etc. fallad
to measure up as rup horaea. Spur at
his best wa- -rood probably as any of
these and the stout Kins James colt was
xuiiHiseu n ue si me lop or nil rorm ar
Saratoga when n-mar ktiaryam easily look
Dla measure In tho Sr1o(r. run rare
or one mile and three quarters which wa
nln In heavy irolur. the tort In which
spur bad always shown to beat advan-
tage. Omar k hayyam won more raea
it an ÓU1 Hourless. but llnurlesa defeated
Omar In the bear rare of the year the
atf'.noo Mcl ean cup. wiilcb waa run at
Laurel Park in October.
Each colt has his partisans Richard r.
Carman and hie ann hlehard. Jr.. the
men who trained Omar Tor' every race
tr whleh he started omar for ecerv rara
derby and Charle? T. Patterson tit" man
who bought the stout little chestnut in
'rest Britain a couple of seasons back
for the tnodeat sum of Sl.jYJO developed
i in an a two-var-old and then trained
Mm for hla successful effort In the Ken-
tucky darby are confident Uiat omar was
the best horse that raced In 1W7. All
three are eirellent Judges.
August Hnfntont. Hourlees' owner and
a sportsfhan of wide experience and his
hrewrt trainer Samuel 0. Itiklreth believe
that Hourless waa the champion. Ho doe
J immie Butvell the Jockey who roda
IP urlees 1n all his rat es save tha last
and who piloted Omar in the Kroner and
Travers stakea and In Vlie Saratoga cup.
It looks Nke a dead heat to so I
l rti submit lite tu.lninr.s ir tin- rtrmrti
rod lei ibe intelligent reader make tils
omar k hayyam
Mr. Patterson told
me the other day. "probably is the beat
horse ove" a diatrnce of ground we have
bad in this co-'njry in my tima. I dura-
tion whether at one mile or even at one
it'lle and a quarter he could have beaten
a liorse like r)rnoment. or Hamburg or
Navvy of N a varee or Hermla. tut after
If bad gore a mile he can travel taster
than env horse 1 ever aaw. Ben Hull May
probably was the best up hors we have
aeen In this country in JR years and I
hf'.lcve that 'Omar Khavvam could beat
Tin Holllday at two miles and a quarter.
"I san the rare at Laurel Park. In
N-! 'ijnac k'l'ovvam wis dafraled by
Hour!' - - and Although I was dlsap-
po fted in the result. I couid not rind an
- in ti running of the race for
t'rrnr Khayyam. 1 thought that he would
In.?; lioui leu surely when be led hliu
rt f e rnd or the first mile. But' 11 was
llfti-Hess whlrh proved the better horse
in tl. drive through the homestretch.
Th- reason ror . Omar's defeat in my
opinion wr that Houriess wa the rresh-
ei o' so. )f 1 i i laid nn all summer and
1 "d a "fcirt rnepaaatlon for that ope
rnce rt the hands of a master of tire art
or frrii me
i- kfyvam. wt.o hl heein in train-
ing ft'-nWv amre the tierlnnlmr of trta
two year -obi soaaon vou HI lenienther
tt-rt I Itnd him In New Orleans all last
v i'iTor "Ivina- him a slow and rarefui
prrpnrailon for the Kentucky derbvbad
re-d In the krntuikv derby the Brook
lyn. Fro sped and Havre de orace handi
ca s. th- Hrviklvn derhv the kfeuner
rod Travera stnkes and li'e Saratoga run
and the Lawrence noalliailon stakes it i
U'ote then llkelv that he was lust a bit
"ríe. ri.d It would be no reflection on
Ms trainer if re '.
"Vo man could have handlrd j hnran
n-nr -kilf'ttlv Utan Mr. cirmaji handled
rnr Khayyan fnru the time of the nil -Huts
Johnson sale at Belmont Park in
M-j t the cud r ii. year in that tiruu
Omar whm beaten hut once and that de-
fe.;t hlKtuld not count. Omar had no
ihr.ina In Hie Brooklyn handlrin. He wn
lc ri at 'I'e poet. Nevertheless he stMiwed
(-t.our-h in the running or tho Brooklyn
10 convince me that he would iiava won
tr io tipd got away with hit field. He wa
within four or live lentth of the naca at
lt-e turn oft r ibe lorkstretrh and going
wlM'u i was shut orr tryinr to
lio t- the front on Hie ralk
Nn' sin llernJs win eight or nine
-Iralglil races. I fnrr t which. In Uie
-mnmei- and autumn -f Iflfi. alter under
i-'ilng a -vii "i mi .-1. n r-.i- Uic Ameritan-
de hy at Cltii-aeo. have we teen a
)i iri through such a campaign a
Onisr Khayyam flood and un fresh
nil It . .ii" In nild-i 'i tiihei hut ther e
11 a limit to t e emluranr'' or the hardiest
-inipaigner. I d not believe that Hour
leis -oiild liave iIoim o well and I am
y.-nlv alive t.i tlx fart I hat Mr. Belmont's
roll was a greet three-veér-old. Ilia per-oi-mance
end that of Omar In thU great
trstrh at Laund Park entitles htm and
trmtr t tie ranked emona the areatest
hurles that ever raced In this or In any
other country. Certainlv none of the great
matches of the pasl In tills country ever
directed two vurh stars. Omar and Hour-
less were better last fall than Pomino
nod Henry of .tavarre ever were- they
were betier than Salvator and Tenrry;
they iverr better than Fthelbert and Jean
Peiaud; they were bctn?r than llsrry
Baaaet and l.ourrelli.w.
"I rannot. however. gle Hourless aa
high a ratlnr as I give Omar Khavyarn.
herauf. tn the three races In whlrh the
two roita met. Omar came orr victor
twice and aufrered Wat by the margin
or a scant length In the fastest time for
one mile ami a quarter ever realty made
on any track In this rountrr. Hornless
migttt have convinced mo that be was
rhamptnn ir h had gone over in Plmllco
Mid defeated omar in the pimiiro Autumn
handicap. But you will remember that
Hourless did not go in rimllco for either
or the Maryland Jockey club's great race
The etciiae offered for his failure to race
at Pimlli-othat bad weatlier and heavy
pnltig at l aurel Park alter the running of
the great match interfered mlth Id train-
ing wjs riot aurfleient. To earn the right
to l e railed a i-hampton a horse innat
train and race equally well In muddy or
dry going. It ahould not be necessary
ror one to carry a track entumí for g
thanipton. and It la not.
"Believing :i 1 do that Omar Khayyam
is a tireless runner. I would be willing to
bet that he would bi the Htanrtard and
Advance stakes the Ontnry and Annual
crtatimton. ir the rare trarke or Jsew York
should renew tho-e races next seasoat
as well aa the Saratoga cup and na feirt
renewal of the McLean cup at l aurel
Park. But I gm not enina Pi predict that
re wUl win a Kit of liandlcapa. berauc
tiere is no telllnr what ctaveesprn in
weihi Waiter Voiburah and the other
eratera ba:ultcappers w H aak o( him. '
Mr Carman ha believed since fmr
Vhayvain worked one mile and a fur Inner
In 1:i fUt at Aqueduct the first mile In
I;- tier than In preparation Pr Hie
Brooklyn luuiduap. that the imported eon
of Marco and Llama nmUl heal any Itorse
he ever -aw . and Carman tttoueht nnrMv
wflt or Merldia' a few seasons la-k.
Meriniati wm the keulucky derby In 1t1i.
and was Jm-t noged ott a Utile later in
the Hamilton derby by Mr. Beluwnrs coll
Wlilsi. to which be waa making a m-
ression of IT nounds. He was ie ut the
' al sons of Bmomsllrk. a horse of the
rlaaa oT WhtKk Hrooril and Cudaet. The
i urn is ii helievi 'bat he auld have
I . at--ii Whisk Broom II in -one or the
neat handireoa of tttl If ne had trained
uu.iiv BoUi t)e Carman ere and
a v of Hie 'pUuou thai the delta l of Ulnar
LEFT JAB LONG THRUST DEADLY
BLOW IN BOXING OR WITH BAYONET
aaT l8 aaf 1
SIMILARITY BKTWKF.N LKKT JAB AMI LONfi I Mill gT
ntCLMORK; (tn.li 1 MM 11 NM JOfIN KILBANE.
On-tlnu-llun-i aft Citen by Johnny kllbaae) .
Tha moat important blow in hosing
Uie first one taught to the young
boxer Is the lert Jab. V
A left Jab neidoQis results In a knock-
out It do-s not carry enouatl Torre
behind It but It serves to eep the
other iHiuu orr his balance so a fol-low-up
with a knockout punch u..n
in bayonet drill the lopg thrust uti-
Khayyam by Hourlesa. i
ffaa duo to the act of
Hgynea In Torcing the pace rrom the atari
They betieie that omar Ktiavyem would
hate made a better showing If Havocs
hail made young Frank lloblnson make
the pace with HourlearT
Mr. Vitu. the young Montreal sports-
man wbo.ie rotors omar Khayyam bore
from Hie t'me or the Belmont Park Háli-
to the end or the yeardoes not pretend
to have an opinion of bis own. Mr. Vlau
know nothing "f lacing un:ll a year ago
l. m spring when he bought ák cerrar
rnj.1 Acbiev-jment and started on a Cana-
dian campaign the crooning attalnniont
of whlrh was the winning or the Hantll
ton derby with Aehievenient. But he has
accepted the Joint opinion of Mr. carman
and Mr. Pattereon of Ihe superior merit
of omar Khayyam and has declared his
w ii 1 1 n gnesa to send i un ar k hayyam
against all romera neat teaaon proviJod
be trains aatisfacturUy.
The day Hittrlesa wnn the Belmont
aUkea from HHepiir which waa a pretty
gnud sort of horse hlrtuelfuy a matter
of w or 60 yarda Mr. Belmont told me
Uiai he junsidcred the Ireneh colt th
Pcit h'jrab with the puasible exciHlon of
li flcery the BrillKlt dUtani c-riinniiit
cl.ampion or 1013 that had ever borne his J
""" HI Mini ni' -n IIIIIMIIIII
of the me.nt or ralr Play and Prisriliian
and or Beldame and Kory of Navarre
when he made that statement. Mr. Bel-
mont did not see the great race at Laurel
Park. He and Mra. Belmnnr wore in
France tn October. But after hearing
Hiidreih's report and listening to the
commenta of others who did' wimeas ibe
omar khayyam-Hourless match u rather
reluctantly admitted that Hourless. per-
haps waa aa good a horse aa Tracery
This adinlialon came hard becauae the
'-l-aiiTiiau or the Jockey club believe that
In HM3 he had the greateat thoroughbred
alive in Tracery. He thought ao well of
the son or Bork Sand and Topiary in
October. 1913 that be turned down an
offer or fmjom made by the Kngilah
buyer. Allison on hehair of Lady noughts
one or the wealthleet aportswomen of
orcat Britain for Tracery and then re-
fused to put a price on ibe horse. Mr.
I'eluiout waa moved to admit Hourless
into the rtaaa of Trarery becauae ai
laurel Park the Freneh rolt dereatml
Omar Khayyam. Tbe great English colt
bad no more enthusiastic admirer last
aoaann than the owner or Hourless.
Ami although It might be difficult lo
gel him to concede that the late William
Hxri'tto made a mistake when be timed
WhUk Broom's tulle and a quarter In the
suburban ' handicap in 1913 in 9.Q0 Dal
Pat etto having been the ocla! timer of tho
Ihe Jockey club Tor years. Mr. Belmont
pro i ably agrees with Mr. Patterson and
most of the oilier trainers who saw tho
suburban of 1vi that "Pather Timo"
erred. Tlie flnlatt of the mile and a quae-
ter ai neltnont Park Is seventy or eighty
yarda below the finish of atmrter races.
Most horsemen believe tbal Barrito mule
Uie mistake or snapping his watch at the
tegular K.tuiing place? No eiperieuced
trainer in tbe gratidatand made Whisk
Broom's time better than :03 flat. James
Bowe. the Broomatlrk roll's handler de-
clared discreetly that he was an absorbed
Ir. the raen be forgot to apip bis watrb.
The rireiiimdanre that Lahore was lapped
on Whisk Broom with the crippled Merid
Un only a couple of lengths away ahould
bo accepted as proof thai Taretto made a
mistake. As often as not Jorkeys riding
In the Champagne and Belntunl stakes the
iininhca of which are the same aa the
finían of the Suburban pull up wBen
they pass the Judgea' kiosk. If la alleged
thai the elostnes or tho rinlab of the
Belmont of 1908 w.hen Colin barely man
aged lo beat Fair Play a bead was due
t" tho mistake of Miller In pulling up at
the judges' stand.
Whisk Broom's record should have died
with Barrito. But if we admit ihe valldlly
of the Whisk nr. ...hi record the j t per-
formance of Hourlcs and Omar Khayyam
at Laura) Park waa the beat ever aeen on
an American race track- Whisk Broom.
Lahore and Meridian raced their mile and
a quarter on a track one mile and a hair
round. Thev bad but one turn to make.
Hourless and Omar Khayyairt raced on a
j track of the conventional aort
around two turna.
Bam Hlldreth not only believe thai
Hourleig whipped omar Khayyam fairly
and aquarely in the match at Laurel but
that he ahould have beaten the Tngllsh
colt In Ihe Lawrence HeatlKetion and
totrM have done it at any time In the
course nf the year if lie had not failett
n-k at Aqueduct early in July. Alto be
lieiievca that Hourless Is Juat aa tough a
l-ora ae the Rngilah roll and predicts
that be will prve that he la lien aeaaon.
mar Khavyarn heat Huirles tn the
Brooklyn derby. Hiidictn said in dlsruae-
ina the r-eason's raring wltb to. the othr
lay. "beeau-e Honriea wa off his rorm.
rtiet waa proven by Ihe fact that tn the
derby Hourless did not rarrv hia apeed
further than three elgtiths of a mil. Rl!y
I should not have tened him. I knew
thai he wa slightly off. but he bad
worked an cleverly I thought htm good
i-ttouwh to win anyway- Tb dav after the
iiitintp of tlte derby Hourless wga cover
ed with a rash and had a high tempera-
ture Had he not developed this trouble
he would have met lunar Khayyam In Has
Kemer god Travera stakes god In Ihe
Baratoga mp. Nf did not recover bis
health until the middle of August and lb'
raced in he Usoitrs Heeltsetion oft
three wrrk-- training.
"lluurtee' fieefortnanre al I auret re-
quire no eiptauauoai. I do not believe
that any horse I ever JuaiMaw could bay
l-KKI" FRIVATK MABTY
the saine im nnnii-
as the lert jab.
The body la thrown forward on Uie
left i...- with the left band grasomg
the rifle far toward the end or the bar-
rel. Tin- bgypiitt a aimed at the ad-versar'-i
The torre or ihe thrust. Just as the
force of tlte lert jab comes from throw-
ing the wrlght or the bodv int.. action
The body is balanced on me ball or
the right foot.
IN STREETS TO
GET MEAT SUPPLY
Market Bare of Beef While
Rabbits Brine; From 75 Cents
to One DoiUr Each.
By Associated Press.
Loudon Jan. Throughout London
today libes of persona desirous to buy.
eagerly competed for the limited upply
or meat the retailers were able to pro-
cure. Many aliops especially in the
West End did not open as they had no
meat to offer other had laid in storks
of rabbits which found a ready male at
"'. cents to each.
Hmllbrield market cn . pi ror a rew
acrops was bare and manv large wlnde
aalera reponed a total absence of aup-
plles. Extraordinary scenes were w ( messed at
Ihe smlthrieiü market eurty today Hun-
dred a or butchers drove np In rarto
and motors and nuupeied ror the hmih ct
aiipplt or beer ami mutton: There wetu
free lights in many places and tho wbole-
aaler had to auspend bualueas owing lo
the press for aupplie.
beaten omar Khavyam in the great match
There is no way by whn h (imai Khayyam
ndght have been handled that could have
changed the reauli. If ilaynea hail rated
Ulnar Khayyam in rrqut at a two-nunute
flip nourless would baie waited behind
him and out 'printed him In the home-
stretch it Is a mistake to think that
Hour leas has to go pt the front A rlillo
ran place hltn with two ringers and he
quicK a turn ot -..ri an wai
p..--eH.-('d by any horn- 1 ev;r hau. ft. is
Ta-ter thai! King James ever wa and he
will rarry hla jipeed a l rar as IT IU Her-
bert ever old. íTu-re is nu iioubt In my
uiiiid that Hourless was the groeteid horse
or 1017. and I am taking nothing rnno
(mar Khayyam if any one else is tkep
tlcal Hourleng win prove my contention
neat aeaaon provided hn has no bad
THESE GIRLS NOW
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"2f EOS Y1 invading man' field by rnnnlng elroet rara In Broomlyn. u
Wl "l1 V' phiwre are provnig theinaetve hand with the billiard cu
J .L' ''r"' ' he eon.Pi- riubhuau. uf the vooipanv.
aaajgg of tbe stutuco aiu ai reugiug g tuoinaiiHut with Un men eiujdoyea
Youngest U. S. Soldier 15
Hy W. ft. WACDONA1 !
Ban I'ranctuco. Cal. van. :. An in
pit ation to the youth and manhood of
the nation l la-yegr-old Frank Benson
nmigest soldier in the Amerlrati army.
He blurred his way in. and tbraglenetl
aulride ir taken out.
A frail body roll reattutton of wha1
-ar mean. the pleas or his mother to
wall . the sophlatrles of slacker they
could not quench ihe white flame of bla
That' how highly this - baby of the
army." son of a soldier and grandaon of a
soldier valued tne prtvBege or serving
Ho ran away to enlist in i mpav H
isoth mtaniiy now In training at ' anm
Kearney near San Plego. Cat. and ai-
pecis soon to bo on bla way to the
To present his tnotber from possible
attempt to secure hi dierharge for nils-
statement or age Frank lert on his pllow
ihe following latter:
"Dear Mother: I have fined ihe army.
iKm'i rry for me or try to get me not
for ir you do I awear I will kill myaeir.
Think or what 1 am. doing for the I mini
State. Don l be telfuh: think of all the
famillea IhJt hive lo 0a protected.
'! wiU .ve my money eud boy a nice
little home for yon. And I'll roane and
see you whenever I get a chanre. i join-
ed the army because I was longing to be
"1 will write to you and tell yog when
I am coming. Uood by. our loving aon
"P. .-l will leave my watch under Ihe
pin cushion "
Young Betiaon scion of a fighiing fam-
ily. Is the only ehlld or Mrs Belle Ben
aon of san Pranciaco. His graiidrathar
was Ueneral Haral Hnbinson prnvoet mar
shal or New orlrans during t'utm occu-
pancy in the civil war and hi rather
died of dieeaao contracted during the
Spanish war. S
Mra. Benson inotlur of the "baby of
the army" wa alao the daughter ur a
It waa not lack hr patriotism which
pn mpied her to dissuade tho boy from
"He a o young" she explained In her
home here. "He lias never been strong
and robust. I rear he w ill iicm-i n
iee the battlerield. It seemed to me at
first -it' ti a usele sacrifice. But now it
is til rleht. His heart is afire with love
of country and his sense of duly and L.
oi:ld uol quench it."
Frank believes 111 universal military
Hacking to him is the unpardonable
sin and shame.
Four Hi or training have mvrn htm
a hardfiteo hysiquo and an Imp than Co
to lie "over there."
"Let's not thing or otirsehe only" wa
his answer tn ni- niother's pira lo wmi
"Think of all the nihei fanitlles that must
Hobby to Confer With
on Special Session
Bperlal to (he Morning Time.
Auitin. Tesas Jan. 5. Representative
Fly and senator Kdward Weatbrook
chairmen ot tlie house and señalo Htvostl-
gating co intuit tee ii respectively hope in
have a conference with lloveruor Hobby
early net week probably Mouday ai
which the governor will be urged to call
a special neealon or the legislature not
later than Feb. to.
The chairmen in roapoosa to Hielr in
strtietions glvep yesterday had lain today
received fron practically all of the sub-
loinniiiteealhe mot important or the re -ommendaUoii
wldcli are lo be made for
cLattgcs In existing law .for the lienerit
or Hie slate to Inrrt-a-w errhiency and re-
duce the eftpenie of govrriuuenl. Tills
data I to he tircsenled to Oovernor Hobby
by Italnnen Fly and Wenthrook who will
urge that 'the develOptnenlH brougdl out
hy the iuvearigailoii are of -orii. i.-m im-
portance to JtiHtiry ihe f oiivenlng of Ho
legislature In extraordinary aessiou next
senators laltJmore gmi Allerdn-e and
Hepresentatlves cope and lerrell were to-
day apM(iuied nu the eoinmlllee provided
for In a motion by representative tmpe
Bflil udopler) yesterday by the cgllatlvn
It.veHllgatlliK commiltee. (o investigate Iho
apiKiluttiienlH hy ihe Thirty riftb legisla-
lure with ihe view of iftaklng recommnn-
dations Tor Ihe repeat nf all unnereasary
appotnimenls. The lonunliiee will begin
wurk at om-e.
MEN AT BILLIARDS
or Fight!" Said
liauk llriisini rartei a promise thai
ii- aMiire wouliln'l lir used I tr j to
ticl him nut ol the rm. liciore br'd aland
IN ARIZONA IS
Federal Administrator Seei No
Reaaon Why Copper Produc-
tion Should Not Be High.
Bpeelal to the Morning Time.
Phornli Aria. Jan. 5. Machinery es
tablUbed by Hecretary Wilson' special
: ii" j i commission Tor the settlement or
induatrtal grievance is a demonstrated
obcegas according lo foaopli E. Myers or
Fl Pao federal adin nistralor tor lite
iiohe Miami and ierome Uistrlcla who
ii fleru loday en toule lo Jerome.
"H the mai hinery provided bf the wu
-on cotuiuiSKion I used ttieie la no n-t i
for any riilther curlatlinetit or liielal pr.
din-lion "lit Ariima during the war" My
Produrflnn Kesrlnrt uroiel.
1 "I per production Jo the (llolie Miami
district I slnuly getting bark lo a normal
basis anil lo the ease or nome of the
malí rómpanle- la already ahead of tor
mer records. There are still many un-
employed men in lite dltrtrt Myers sa'd
mil practically in. no m uu-iu come under
or are prnlciled hy ilie lerio oi Hie ml
tlenieut a most of litem were not em
pioyott at Ibe tune of the strike. While
here Myers conferred mili Judge 1. W
Few 1st who put the -eUk'ineiil of Hie
cominlSMiou litio gfrget at Jerome and
railed to pay his te.speclsrju tlovernor
Highway 1 nut rol Takrn Over.
Acting on an op uiuii of Attorney tieneral
Jmies to the effort lhal general charge
oversight and euutrol or stale highway
i vested in Ihe new roinmlasiun or slate
iustiiuiioiiN. 'I hat body today advised
Atate Knglneer Mmar :obb Dial it had
taken over general rharga or the stale
highway systaui. lonluding ronttruci on
work. The opinion or the attornav aen-
eral holds that the corutidssion aurceeds '
pi all the powers or the old board or con-
trol. Cobb aald loday be would aeek Ju-
dicial determination at an early date.
Hunt atabes appointment.
Governor Hum today appointed Or. fluy
f. turnover priaon pbyairlan succeeding
Dr. F. 0 Bandall of Florence lir. It. Ii
Northrup of Phoenix wa appointed a
member of the stale optometry board or
Herman l.ewkowltz or Phoenls was to-
day appointed aasiataiit Foiled Htlea at-
torney under Thomas F. I.yuii
The state tax cutnntiasioo 'has appoint-
ed ' . K. Ashler of Preacolt acrountant
lo Ihe eotmnlaeion.
Cured His RUPTURE
I waa badly ruptured while lining a
trunk everal yeara ago. rxietore aald
my only hope of cure wag' an-operation.
Truenes did me no' good. Finally I got
bold of something thai quirkiy and coin'
pletely cured me. Years have passed and
Ihe ruplpre baa never returnee) aitiHiugh
I am doing hard work a a rarenter.
There waa no operation no loat time no
trouble. 1 have nothlug to aell but will
Ílve full tnrormatlon about how you may
md g rnriipli-l.- rura wiUwut operation.
If yott will writ me. Kugene M. Pullen
CartianWer. TSv P. larceltus avenue Manas-
quan ft. i. Better rut out thi iHrtlce and
show it lo others who ate ruptured you
may save a Hte or at least atop Uw mteery
or rupture and Uie worry and danger uf
an operation. Adr. "
Dr. Che Hok
Cam ralhm. MM
fUitm. lalrrul ftad .
leroai IHaa taatM
Irratmrnl Iwr Himtn
H i ..ir fata. t'ooJ.
lalhta f. r.
my hv iMiiMii
be protected from the world menace of
Hie Hun many or them without anna
"Age Isn't tlie teel nf an American Boya
right and duty W light. I'm old enough
to do my abare. Why should t Bold back
when the other fellow are going? I'd
be ashamed What would my dad and
grandaiber nave gahlT"
if mentioned her dependency upon
"But. mother." be reassured. "You'll
he able To get along while I'm away. I'll
send you money ami there's blankete and
epuils and things in thehoue. We ougui
to he thankful to have that much.
And hen I come hark maybe a general-I'll
bring you and all the other
American mother iac and aafely.
"Without that the blankel ami putia
don't amount to much."
Mi.ii n .in m freckle laced gangling boy
HERE'S HIS BRAND
frllnn' old i n. mull In flfiht rpr
America uhu'n hlfi rneugb tn Mhnulder
A hlaeker's sbame la nome than
lis 1 flolnri t llrk? Tun brl -'III
Ihr i.i-i gun's rireg!
Moiltrr- in- -in i unrrv about (heir
hoji in ihr army fmtr months here
hair made a man nf me.
I don't want the rellows tn think I'm
a hem. Ii ilortii't lake heroism in
light lor the 1 . e pial leva of the
or Pi. What grown man could have said
n better or summed up duly to country
"Ail 'I warn " ronrluded I'nrle Want's
youngest recruit "ta a -crai k at tlie Huns
only America ran beat them and the
sootier the heller "
Frank is the hero of his neighborhood
n well a hi army coiuradea many of
whom know Ihe gerrel of hi age ami the
quality r hi patriotism. He's worn hip
ped hy every nuiigter In ihe dislrliL
His example haa alreaily wiped Ihe
slacker lru rrom many a boyish heart
nod many a man's
Farmers in Middle West
Hoarding Potatoes lor
$1 or More Per Bushel
By Asoclalei pre.
Ctrl eg go Jan. I While Chicago con
sutures are coinpcllcii to py jiM- a
huniiel for polaloOs owing to the lack
of supply. Hie tilted Slates rood ad-
miulstration ha dlscovereil Hiat rartners
or Wtaenoaln and Minnesota ore board-
ing their (Kitalo crop and demanding at
j inaat St a bushul before they will haul
cents a bushel.
ihe . raritiers have been In Hie last
lew weeks busy digging treuche in
Wisconsin aa the soldier - In France.
Tltcae wi .i.i" ni trenches however are
being tilled with potatoes einlieddeil In
draw and covered with earth to prevent
rtrexlng. When the markrl reaihea l a
huel theso 'potatoes will be dug up
and not before the Tanner aiinoiinreil.
Marly A. Wheeler. Fulled Hlalen ln...i
atuuiniiraior tor jinnoi. an run bm i lonay
Hist the gHveiurnetit i- poweret pt com-
pel the lamiera in piarkel their crupa
as tlie antl-iioatdliig law doea uot apply
III till III
don't hi bt err
We Are the Originators
o! Modera Painless
Dentistry is El Pin
Aemember wa don't claim to have any
i o- ni. it methods that others do not or
rannot uae. These belonp to lue tpiatk
wUo playa upon the Ignorance or thetr
palíenla regarding dantiatry. Thee
aort of offices las' a certain length or
lime then depart Tor new rtelds or
aall out Wa Iiava been In El Paao for
three years and are building our busi-
ness on aafa ground pulling our whole
soul and endeavor lut each undertak
ing. We wan I Hie good will and the
best word of our rellow beings and
we mean to hare It
rha price Hat of dental work.pnb-
tiebed iierewith ego he abaoiuteiy re-
lied upon aa teatitlcd tu by the very
beat clientele in El Paao. The prices
av the lowest possible for rine ar
Gold Crowns. 1J karat M to SMio
ItrWca Work si to U.M
Itubbtr HU toe $a und up
Gold railnftg .11 and vp
Mirer itlUnaa Oo aod ap
Fglnleasi Ettraunaoaa Mo
No denllat wnn leaa than is years' ei-
perlenre Hi uur ofllces. All work ah
volutely guaranteed. Fady attendant
aloal sanitary oHlcea tu XX Paao. Call
and hispe i them.
New York Painless
III I M l U 111 III
i i in i "M i i ini n
ni:w i ... 1 1 . n
PRO-GERMANS ARE'DEAD MAN PISTOL
Pncifiata and SorialiaU Urge
Amendment for tffeel on War
Houae Committee la Told.
By Aaaoclaled Press.
Washington. Jan. L Throats or tbe
Woman'e party m resume militant
lactic If the ledersl ronliliitlonsl
surrrige amendment resOiutmn is not
adopted and rliarge that -u.uiii-.i-.
parírtela and pro riermans would
welcome enactment of the atneiiilmt'ut
Tor Its effect on lite war were rea-
tures of today's hearing un the reso-
lutivo by the house suHragn com
npeakera repreeentlng the Maitmial
Aasoriatiou opposed to Woman Suf-
Irage. including Uie president. Mm.
James W. Wadsworth. jr. told the
committee that ttvoae opposing i-
war want to see the ainetulniatit on-
acted and in support of their argu-
meni presented figures to show that
the "socialist pacitist and pro-iier-man
voto had forced woman suffrage
on New Turk state "
llepreseniallvea of the Woman
iarty. who included wni w-oniea
who erved jail aentences ror picket -
log Ihe While houae derlsied thi-y
would resuinn uifliiaut metltod un-
less congress gave the stale legisla
tures an opporliinity to i i- un ion
Mi Maud Younger one or Ihe
Hpeakrrs said President Nilon lav
i.i eii the amendnii'itl mid gave an so
tlMirlllrs tor her statement OiMley
Field Malone ol .New otk and J. .
II. Hopkins of New Jeraey. Iteplying
to tfuetion of Rjepreseatatlve lark
of Florida ane e-.h n. i that abe had
said st a Woman' Patij Utaas meet
ing that a man "well known hi an a.i
miniitraiioti aaouinpleee" Und tild
Mls Alice Pent parly chairman
ulule Mis Paul was ervitig en
lenco in tne dlstrol jet 1 1 . thst tbe
incident wonld make nu mer.tlnn id
-nlfiage in ht message ni ihe ooni
ing ot roagroes hut wmiid work lor
the passage or tlie resolution.
The hearing wtll.eml MiHHtU' after
tipiar represen lt I vea ur the Nation-
al Association oppoMed to v.
Hurrrsge are heard.
MY PAINLiS INFILTRATION CURE used
by me continuougly in this city (or over threat
years will positively cure PILES. 1 hnve per-
mission and can refer you to EVERY PA-
TIENT TREATED not having had a singla
failure since I began use ol the treatment rur-
thermore. over I 500 PATIENTS HAVE BEEN
CURED RIGHT HERE and I believe about TWENTY-
FIVE THOUSAND PATIENTS have been treated under
0its method in this country without a SINGLE COMPLICA
TION OR FAILURE.
I liar liad SO yearn' rapsarlcnce nndXTMt wkmímII) all llriatl
IfonllO'l'rliittry and Clironii' DImiumn auu my offlcpe un tlir tarareas
anil i" i i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 i . 1 1 in tho i in. lint Ink every known facility foe
ilu irivttnriit of all dlnt'JONit of which Imtake n Nptijalty.
Office Hourn: ' a. m. lo 7 p. in. tiiiulaya HI lo I p. ni.
and hy apiMiiiitiiirnt.
THE INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIST
(EatabiUiad 12 Yaara)
Rm. 1 2 3 bucklar Blk. 205 Maaa Ave. El Paao Tas.
Wood and Kindling
HAY GRAIN AND FLOUR
HEID BROS. mc.
Phone 36 - Texas and Dalla
The House ot
Phone 276. 518-20
Hang Tliia Up For
D AnAoCc! Odom's Transfer Co
CLEANERS DYBR8Wrights ceanr
2818 Montana Phone
For Information and Advertising Rates in tnf
Above ABC Directory
for the Advertising Department
FOUND NEAR CANA
Police Seek Identity of Strauifi
WhoM Body la Discovered J
Near Santa Fe Yards.
The body of an unidentified man
i yeara old of medium height.
hair and eyes with a bullet bole Un
the rorehead. waa found on the
netr the ftanta Fe yards. Saturday
noon at Ml o'clock. A Harrington
Blehardaon .M caliber revolver was lyl
under Pre right arm near the hand
i arlrldge in the barrel chamber had
Tired. A puket book containing gi.ejj
(aih. and a knife were found on tlie bod
o pipers which would lead to Identlf!
Hon were discovered.
The body wa discovered by f. B. On
aon. a anta Fe rirenian about 1 n'c
He reported II lo police ncgdqu;
coroner J M. Pcaver viewnl the btj
aoortly arterward. It waa remofesl
the Kaoter morgue.
J. B. kenuedv. aiipeiinlendenl of
ga plant in Ihe sañti Fe Trelgbt yai
told the police tie eard a ihot
it an Aarurdav ntormug He'rouid not
anyone in ihe dirgetion rrom WJan
sound or tne Inii came.
The hrt.lv will he held pending
vcstic-aiiun lor ideiitiriratmn.
Jitne Operators Start
Ureantzalion of unn
Wni king un the phi. "Id theory
in union there is strength jitne
iivoirr and driiera were -aid to he
. ii ii.. i- tn ion it o ni a v fur ihe
(in. of otitammg tin" signatures of.
wi'-i .i. -ne tu rorm un orgaiiliaa
tn- a t i- the re-uit of Hi- declal
oi tne iiiv it. une i ruling tne JHM
Hie tlreet nver wlurli lft i1- of
liiMt i i ion It Is reiK
that petitions skit.(r t ie council fejgj
i eleretid'.lti Mde on the lili teel are
ma rirrulateil among cltltciia. who pal
I 'Ulle lir I.ii-. .
i M riounid ami nine sun Hi
iiiineti in iiieir i oiue m I'rail kg
after UMlitm here will Mrv Mi Ioig
1 Slalri Mr-. I . lowtirr.
Write- furmy nru rvUncd booklet
on lUsTiaff iII-i ji-i and tin Ir trrstt-
ment. At will W- mnt In plain
wnloil I'm '"i..- fsW nf i-tvarje uml
22 W. San Antonio Si.
Of Business and Professior
Men of El Paso
Phone 5050 and as
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