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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

Ei Paso, Texas, Wednesday Evening, February 2,1910.-16 Pages AH the News fferald Prints!! First While It's Fresh. f Justice, Deputies' Ch ber the Soldiers Relief Corps Fans Palace O Tenor Harl Jorn Reveals Ro mance Like Buskin's A Martyr to Unselfishness. GIVES WIFE CASH TO WED "AFFINITY" New York, X. Y., Feb. 2. Karl Jorn, the Metropolitan opera house tenor, -unveiled today the mystery that surround ed his wife's recent arrival In this coun try, and her sudden departure on Tues day. He revealed a domestic tragedy that vies -with the love affair of John Ruskin, who gave up his wife to Mil lais the painter John has arranged to give his wife to a youne physician In Berlin -with whom she has fallen in love, and has settled on her $25,000 to give them a start In life. The tenor's affection for his wife is still deeprooted, as was shown by the way they embraced before she sailed. Like Ruskin, he is a martj'r to unselfish love. . Tells His Life Story. The noted tenor received a reporter i...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

I SPORTING NEWS , i .. 1 Fashion's Favorites First Found Here We never tire reminding you that it is here yon find first the latest dictates of Fashion. Each westbound express now brings us additional spring garments and their accessories. The balance of the week we feature LINGERIE DRESSES LINEN DRESSES , 7i SILK DRESSES The New Skirts It takes more than a line to tell you about the new skirts. IPully 200 spring styles in every imaginable kind of skirt now await your selection. In addition to the staple colors in voile, panama and other spring weight materials, special attention is called to the White Serge Skirts. They will be higher in favor this season than ever before. The New Parasols You Tvill think that spring is really here "vrhen you see the pretty para sols fwe axe now showing-. They match in color the new spring suits and dresses. EXTRA SPECIAL The ibalance Gloves, natural color, $1.50 values, at, ( per pair ....--.... .-..... The women of El Paso are cordially invited t...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910. aBMBaggaMMl I II q?fBsaeBwfpfgtFtTtFWffMj.iil I ill jmeet-c F -- ""M"M"M'"M"''"gMMMMMeilBaIMIallglMMMaialaM,MIBIWt8l,,WMaa ! 1 1 j?$ uwrl J L Kelly's Schedule of Debts Show That He Owes Some Money to Volunteer Fire men's Fund. A voluntary petition in bankruptcy lias been filed in the United States dis trict court by Dan Kelly and Charles William Fassett, doing business under the firm name of Fassett & Kellv. The Eetition las been referred to referee in ankruptcv Charles R. Loomis. In the schedules, the firm's liabilities. to about 100 creditors, are given as 07,264.80. There is also a statement of taxes, due the city and county, amounting to $505.95. Among the larger creditors are the State National bank. $7000; Sargent & Co., Xew York, $6749.90; Studebaker Manufacturing Co., Soutfh Bend. Ind., $8049-91; J. M. Kelly, salarv not drawn. $9976.38; J. M. Kelly, on property. cash put in the store, $7500.12; Anna D. i Teel, note, $3361.66; J...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910 FX PASO HERALD w l . .- I ll Cent mues to Draw the C argains Are rowels. The1 People of El Paso . as Evidence the Goods Are Goi Know What Genuine ng Fast tKM I 9m yEj 9h 18 f S3jk Sold m I Ladies Tailor Suits, Res 1 Corsets. Cloaks. Shirt Wa dy Trimmed Hats, IStS - - - - - mm mm P nee Other Goods Selling Fr pi m m This is oni 25 to 65c on the an Opportunity Once in Come ach Day as a Lifetime L F. J. BRAY manager Vogu e Dry Goods Co. Old Stand mam Mining News of the Great Southwest FINANCIAL FINANCIAL MM COPPER IN SANTA RITA GMno Copper Company Is Now Largest Producer xq the Camp. Recent developments are proving the famous Santa Rita copper deposits In Grant county. New Mexico, to be among the most extensive and richest in the "United States- For over 100 years the Santa Ritas have been known, and were originally worked by the Spaniards- Probably most of the copper in the -old church bells of Mexico was mined In Santa Rita. Jfatlve Copper. In recent years the ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

T "PA 1 "Wednesday. Feb. 2, 1910c -A A FEW R ARGAINS ca m& & H ING B jpGQ Piano $500 One Adam Scliaaf. A mag nificent Baby Grand. Sent us as a sample. This piano must be sold within five days or we will be obliged to ship , it back to the factory, and to save return freight we offer it at less than factory whole sale price. H i Easy monthly payments can be ar- 07Qr jrt&nO lm Mj Im lg m JP mSL mWk a M m m m m Im Mm m M Mm. im 1 kjr H I ranged. -Just toe piano lor an artist, or - g nt m - bhr, mi k K8" yr m m! $ H S B 1 mf m '"" m 1 ml W H one who has the ambition to become . B Jg a W gk H I M H A ilh 1 V S B M V 3 j I I J I tB I ' " " i -..- .-..- . - -. . - . , . . ' ' MIAMI CONTESTS TO BE HEARD ON FEB. 14 Government Actions Over Mineral Entries Set For Hearing at Globe. Globe, Ariz., Feb. 2: George H. Smal ler, clerk of the district court 'has been named by receiver Charles E. Ar nold as commissioner to take the testi mony in the case regarding the set tlement .of the c...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 8 "Wednesday. Feb. 2, 1910. L PASO established April, 1SS1. The El Paso Herald Includes also, by absorption and succession. The Dally News, The Telegraph. The Telegram, The Tribune. The Graphic The Sun. The Advertiser, The Independent. Tha Journal, The Republican, .The Bulletin. StEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC. Entered at the, El Paso Pcstoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people, that no good cause shall lack a cham pion, and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. r Buslnes LD J Editor! EOJfES. Society V. AdvertI Business Office HERALD orial Rooms TKLEI1 Reporter Advertising1 department TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". Daily Herald, per month, 6Cc; per year, $7. Weekly Herald, per year, ?2. The Dally Herald le delivered by carriers in El Paso, East El Paso, Fort SIIes and Towne. Texas, and Cludad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will pl...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910. B ...I ! I - ' feUsed tfee World over 1 WWJS--'M kep article ol human food ffi JESf73D&Q JJpfSBpBKJjiL has ever received such em B Mi 'wjB 1 phafle eomm exudation lor i fi f IrfflPPd purity., usefulness an5 whole- g Kfof AgpKjjpf someness from the most g Ml I C ISTj IM IP 1 1 1 1 3 HufMira Koyai nas always receive! W!Bf2$ exmolteo. or tested In eompeMio 7XiGs&X&'&fSa83$i fhe lifgliest award when Jgg kS&M LAS CRUCES AND MESI LLA VA 1 1 FY HERALD OX SALE IN IiAS CRUCES, N. M. Frank A. HaiTley, Ajjent, opposite jpostoffice. Daily Ilerxld os sale by Lnt Crncec DaruBT Co., Cnmoxxe'a Newa Stand, $$olto pofctoffice i MEETilG Hi' S, & M. COLLEGE Discuss College Publications Land Deal Closed College Notes. Agricultural College, N. M., Feb. 2 This morning' the hour for the regular general assembly, -which is held in Had ley hall on Tuesday and Thursday, -was turned over to the student body for a meeting. ThlsIs thje second -time ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

ASO 8 Wednesday. Feb. 2. 1910. Many 7 feasant In Card Circles .t A.fford Much Social Qayety L Advance Styles of Ultra-Fashionable I I j j Ladies9 Spring Oxfords AS usual, the GUAILAOTEE leads in showing the first authoritative styles of Ladies' Early Spring Oxfords and Ankle Tie Slippers. They include the new "Bull Dog" toe short vamp style as well as the new "Stage" last, both in light welts and turn soles. Of the many styles we just received we will just mention a few. Patent 3 Eyplet Tie, "Bull Dog" g a Toe, welt soles pr Gun Metal 1 Eyelet Tie, medium toe, tf q welt soles p5 Grun Metal Black Cloth Top Button Ox- $ q ford, welt sole?. pO Patent Mat E3& Top Button Oxfords, q welt soles p5. j. x,vib ftiiMe xie, new sulk ir,og orna- d f mentSjfcurn soles $4 A dozen other different styles d g from $3.50 un to BD. GREATER EL PASO7 5 MEATEST SHOE STORE, oo yf 50 X37 oo py 00pf roME'Rony i Somebody did a golden deed; Somebody proved a friend la need; Somebody sang a beautiful sons; ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

DASO JlLjJL Wednesday, Eeb. 2, 1910.- Details For Making Handkerchief Sachet Pretty at Tlibban. nt. I am describing a handkerchief sachet which may be easily made by any average -worker, and will give great pleasure to Its recipient, for It lacks all the bulk of a padded sachet, and yet will take any amount of handkerchiefs. The materials required are two and a quarter yards of five to six inch width ribbon. In any pretty coloring (a chene for the outside makes a pretty contrast to a cheap lining, two and a quarter yards of lining ribbon the same -width, or only three quarters of a yard of lining df one wishes only to line the lids and base of the sachet; three quarters of a yard of one-inch ribbon for ties; one sheet of finest and softest white cardboard (necessary because of the sewing) ; one pot of photo mounter; one reel of strong sewing silk. Cut 'the four lids and base twice in cardboard (making ten pieces). See diagram 2. Cut the ribbon, allowing half-Inch turnings, and smear...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

ET, PASO HE 10 Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910 XvLJLtfJLI f Ip; i flfiV, I" ;' -M egg - ' i mnyt miss the Remaining Days f the Less than a month, and a monstrous amount of merchandise to sell. We know how to do it. For the balance of the sale bargains will be bigger and price slashing more radi cal. Everything reduced, no reserve now. We must sell present stock before we move. Look For The Red Canvas Front This is the last call on Men's Clothing. Nothing is reserv ed, and for xhe remainder of the Removal Sale we offer bar gains in Men's Suits that are the best you have ever bought. We include the celebrated Schloss Bros. & Co.'s suits in Mammoth Removal Sale. General reductions are as follows: General Kasige of Reductions All $18.00 suits at $ 9.90 All $22.50 suits at $13.90 All $20.00 suits at 10.90 All $25.00 suits at 15.90 All $22.00 suits at 12.90 All $27.50 and $30.00 suits at 17-90 $12.50 SUITS AT $5.90 MEN'S FANCY VESTS 150 suits the season's best styles t $1.10 vests -worth $1.5...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

11 JuLJI 1 "Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910. T 1 fT" 1 ? nernn i ook Out por Pleasure in a Park An Undercurrent Copyright, 1910, by the Xew York Evening Telegram (Xew York Herald Co.) AH rights reserved. (By George Mlddleton Bayne). Beverly Croxton, gentleman, stork broker and speculator, stood at window of his private office on Wall street, tearing- into bits fragments of stock ticker tape. At this moment the clock of old Trinity rang out two and three-quarters, and Mr. Croxton muttered: "Noth ing but a miracle could savekme now. Fifteen minutes and I am bankrupt." There was a tap at his door. His sten ographer entered and handed him a letter, which read as follows: "My Dear B. I promised to do something whenl could. I've made a hit, and send you half. Yours, C. C." Enclosed was a cashier's draft for $50,000 to the order of B. Croxton. He knew neither handwriting, nor signa ture, nor did he know any one In Den ver, where the letter had been mailed. Evidently neither draft nor letter was fo...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

"Wednesday, Feb. QpPYRiEHJ 2SQ9. BY THE Ckiiigs Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices . Ct Word. No A. L- Tks J&c IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise U Zrl It wlii be returned to roulf n honest person finds it. Remarkable re coveries are brought about ever.' day tnreujsn this column. LOST FOUTfD. rrgrf,75XNY' to The Herald; GeVa claim check. Have it advertised, -tteciauu u . -. does not. TOcT Saturday morning, 1 bunch or J?yS &. W. I Foxworth. Phone 242. LOST-Black leatherette contain ing receipts ana papei Ui "",: -cent to mvself. $5 reward if same is delivered to Banco Cananea, Cananea. Mex. a W. McHenry. THE UNWRITTEN l-AW A' Sive tke loser the ame PJ 76B vreuld expect fed the loa feces yomrs. WAWTETJ-SCELIAEaaS; rnriier.a.t.o less Dentist (successor to Union Pain less Dentists). 211 SanAntauo Help and Situations T and Around El Paso i Cent's WerL No Ad. Thxa 25c XIEXPWANTEDALE iNmJSTRi"AirS"s Room 49, City National Bank Bidg. .. . ,-rr.TTi An o-rnerienced competent xS ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

EL ERALD Wednesday, e 2, 1910, 13 Too A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies Bent In care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not iater than one -week after belngr bulle tined: B Q. 119 B. M. C. W. aLB Z. 163 E Z. F. C. 235 345 G. 37 25 G. 24 392 . I 112 25 J. 191 119 J. G. G. FOR RENT at Tobin. Tex., one 3 room frame house with 5 lots, well fenced; g oil chicken house, water piped in house at $5 per month. Apply to m. F. Newman at lc Vaudeville, El Paso, Tex. wm roiA-vnra T. CORNER. 54750 "Tnth1np- Hlc it On Rio Grande fOT the price. Fine large 5 room house, trees, lawn, walks, iencmg, a- u" ful corner: very reasonaoie ieu3. FIsk. Trust Building. 10 ACRES, CLLTIVATION. Nice house and other improvements. 9 miles down, at ?2750 $1500 cash. 3Iaihcvrs . Djcr, 117 N. Stanton St. WANTED Position by firstclass young lady stenographer. Understands book keplng, also Spanish; references. Pnone 2271. wtt! TTAVT5 CUSTOMER For a 6 or...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

LAJSO HERALD 14 Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910. JsLdJl -- CM POM From the Great Play of the Same Name hy Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford Copyright, 1909, hy Joseph Medill Patter son and Harriet Ford RGAIN NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R. TOOMBS. it in ' - , - tm- 'ji a ... uuii .. i. ml iiw iii gjaa mjMt'J I B wm mm &J v 'k-5 pVi P"! f?? Iffi rri v-2i A jfPi P JH HiKS H .pLEZDLlib ili IsSiw gEgm I HUM 'MTVkr Sa ran sm r a &43ePl3lf ' ' sl 9 IitHf UlftQSS Si IN38$SgF S $1.00 " 81s Fourth Estate 1ie utfiiurgif mzuu uisass gst; rfyHWTTK ff rwrMWB wrMm a iirCAM' HFELJ lH AlUTAftTTn fiT 1 AOLLW7-nLyt r i iMGlJr rsJL1 vm v? wjaj i DOCTORS TO HOLD MEETING- HERE International Association Selects City for Next Convention. Members of the International Medical association of Mexico will hold their next convention 4n El Paso. Juarez be ing designated as the official conven tion place by the association, at the recent meeting at AguascaJIIentes. The International Medical association Make That...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

JtLJL Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910. 15 remove ;,h- t .ffg for ffS Gores Lii Uiiroi HERALD m f- s T 3 S a X Bit? yszteJisSila 1 "YOU ADVISED ME TO USE S. S. S. FOR RHEUMATISM, I DID SO AND IT CURED ME." The above is,an extract from a letter which we publish below, from Mr. J. O'Malley. As he says, we advised him to use S. S. S. for Rheumatism, and at the same time we told him why it would cure him. In this short talk we want to tell every one who is suffering with Rheumatism, about the principle on which S. S. S. works, and explain exactly how it cures this disease. We believe you will agree with us that it is the only possible way in which to cure the trouble. The cause of Rheumatism is an excess of uric acid in the blood. This uratic impurity gets into the circulation by absorption, usually because of chronic constipation, weak kidneys, a,nd other systemic irregularities. Then the blood becomes weak and sour, and irritating urate particles are formed in this vital fluid. When in this im...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 February 1910

EL PASO HERAXD 16 Wednesday, Pet). 2, 1910. Home made and. iinequaled by any factory made syrup. This syrup is shipped to us by a Vermont farmer who has been making syrup for this store for the last fifteen years. This fact itself is a guar antee of purity. QUABT CANS 45c PURE MAPLE SUGAR 25c POUND Old Fashion Buckwheat Flour Genuine New York State Buckwheat Flour 3 POUNDS FOR 25c IMPORTED WHOLE FIGS AND PRESSED FIG-S The Figs we handle are packed by a new process in which great care is taken not to split the skin; but keep the fruit as intact as it conies from the or chard. By this method the full flavor of the fruit is retained. They will be found to be a most excel lent dessert fruit, far superior to the ordinary split fig 30c POUND OR 5 POUND BOXES FOR $1.25 50 POUND BOX FANCY GANO APPLES $2.50 LOSES SHIRT AND POSTPONES TRIP J. C. Rous Is Minus a Suit i Case and Its Con tents. This is the tale of a shir Also of a brand new suit of clothes, collars, ties a traveling- cap and toil...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 3 February 1910

EI Paso7 Texas, Thursday Evening, February 3, 1910.-10 Pages , I s - I I UM I It'll IiUJUuLl yf -UhLI Isiu Separation Granted the Brokaws; AFffiFSFi IHE 1, . . . .."J,ZT- , Alimony Of $15,000 Is Mowed mnr ill 3&aK?ys -44ir?fl Sv " r CRjSTJ&T H&Z&GZTFTJ A?(7GlZPJtNTcZf -S3T T&OOjPJ- 0F Malta, Feb. 3. The British battleship Duncan, flagship of rear admiral Sir George Astley Callaghan, second in command of the British Mediterranean fleet, with the cruisers Lancaster, Minerva and Barham and four torpedo boat de stroyers, have left here for Piraeus, port of Athens, Greece. The dispatch of these vessels is indicative of a determination of the interested powers Great Britain, Russia, France and Italy to assure a strict adherence to the agreement under which the international forces were withdrawn from Crete. " At that time the Cretans solemnly promised to take no steps against the sovereignty of Turkey, but recent devel opments at Athens have made Turkey believe that th...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 3 February 1910

Sat yrclay JVillLini u sz& Smoked Tongues, each Prime Rib Roast, per lb Shoulder Roast, per lb Leg of Lamb, per lb Lamb Chops, per lb 17c Lamb Stew, per lb 8e HOME DRESSED POULTRY Pickles, Olives, Ejraut, Sealshipt Oysters Opiiz Phones, Bell 136, Auto 2345. PROPERTY OWNERS MUST ACT SOON Parking Assessment on Rio Grande Street Must Be Made by Feb. 9. Property owners on Rio Grande street have "been given until February 9 in which to send in their assessments for the parking of that street. If by that J time they fail to do so, the street win not be paved at this time 'and they may be compeled to wait two years or longer before they can have the paving. The matter was to have been taken up by the city council this rr-orning, but J. G. McNary, treasurer for the prop erty owners interested, secured an ex tension by calling on mayor Sweeney yesterday. The mayor said this morning: "The property owners will have to get busy and I would urgs tnem to do s" for I do not want to see them lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 3 February 1910

EX Thursday, February 3, 1910. It was one of these experimental farmers, who put green spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. His theory was that it didn't matter what the cow ate so long as she was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had not entered into his calculations. It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try such an experiment with a cow. But many a farmer feeds hint' self regardless of digestion and nutrition. He might almost as well eat shav ings for all the good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach grows "weak" the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired find the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness To strengthen the stomach, restore the activity of the or' gans of digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves, nse Dr. J3ierces Golden Medical Discovery It is an on' failing remedy, and has the confidence of physicians as veil as the praise of thousands healed by its use In the str...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 3 February 1910

L PASO HERALD Thursday. February 3, 1910. ar&a ompany jfFBxWdlifiw 9 IHINHti mPw k 9R Ik H In. flK H qmhf H S BP H 1 H IH &. Is Coins Fast. Yc old WILL RUN ULL TIE IT MO Ro Idea of Closing Sooner Than Originally An nounced The Sum maries. A report got circulated at the Juarez track "Wednesday that the Juarez meeting- would be cut short and that the park would he closed before March first, the original date set for the close of the midwinter meeting. It gave the boys an awful shock for a minute as they were not figuring on being home less and without jobs so soon. A denial from Mat Winn, manager of (-the plant, and also from racing secretary Lyman H. Davis, put a crimp in the rumor that the track would close prematurely. "We will run the races until March first," secretary Davis said today. "There is some talk of extending the meeting to cover the six days that were lost because of the snow storm before Christmas. The stewards have not yet decided about this extension, DUt we...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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