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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

B 2 EL PASO MORNING riMES. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 91 1913. W5EVMAG Gowvs sm (omm Season imssssss-r' mpZOCIMCr7& SHouLoee qcotjfy the THB sllmneas of the silhouette was never more In evidence than In the lovely evening (own that Parle Is displaying for the winter season At the opera the more exclusive dinners and the little dances after the autumn events the new modes have been much to the fore and alnce Palis In the autumn I the meccs of the smart women of the world In search of le dernier crl In frocka what one eeee In the French city one will are In London. New York and all the cltlea of the world during; the cumins months. Pale tints prevail the vivid shades of last winter making their appear- ance only In splotches: of vivid color upon the black frocka which are so popular. Sklrta are extremely narrow and draped though but few are split and the plaited aklrts are ahown for danc- ing frocka especially for the younger girls. I sited frocks of black tulle with touches of silver lace ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

'ffafr Fine &iftmai&it all d hoastrmtA Stepe . T j Smart Footwear Wokj'NGr VH Mr yJHSIPv' iitTSSTTSBk I 1 O" BLUE VELVET SWU v SBsw' ABT7 mTOtJGVfC: HHni Oood looking footwear should be the foundation of every woman's wardrobe for if the boot ant not what' they ahould be then mo matter how much la spent on the rest of the costume there will ba a Jarring not and the entire effect will he lost. With the coming of cool and atomy days nothing Is of more Importance than a good pair of storm shoes for women seem to hare definitely made up their minds that they will not wear1 the disfiguring rubber orer- shoes. It is not necessary to wear shoes that are overpowering! y heavy. In fact the dealers seem to have made successful efforts this year to produco boots that are waterproof and yet at the same time aa light as possible. Tan will be the most popular color for walking boots this year.' In fact there are very few black boots shown as the tan leather la softer and easier on the foo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

B 4 EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER tl. HIS m XV. predictions to the contrary the Separate wv ban rami back to stay for this seaaun at lasst. It is one of the moat convenient articles of drees that woman have and although y compromised laat aar by wea-lng waists that exactly matched their suit It waa only a qu- tton of t'me whan the dainty wltlta waist would pome Into Its own Ths model thla year are truly beau- tiful In evary -way All the material ara soft and graceful Voile hae first place ch ffon second net third and all- over lace fourth. Probably later In the season ellk and aatln wslsts will make their appearance but Juat now tha waah-waleta hold Aral place. A dance at the a w.rnpanylne: Illus- trations will (how that low necks and ahort sleeves are even on all the nearest waist also that they all boaat rufTlea and frill. Shear Materials They ara made of the aheareat ma- teria. so nn that they may be cruah- ad Into the ornipiu of ona hand. There at II Mmi t be aome Inde-...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

tsMMMMMMIIl KL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 81. 1913 In Her fewet JBos Afternoon downs Distinctive Features In Modes for the Coming Season II l w Fabrics An Very Lovely I Ht THcr Dressing Zable fj Satkis An -1 1 r 1 1 1 1 Fiitin Oaby rly at hsr dresnlng table THERE should b BO dearth Of beauty these days whan the shop ars fall of beauty help f every kind. Ona does not hare to go to "beauty do.-ton" any mora and par their fabulous prices for every woman who usee har arc mar make har bedroom Into a very efftcent "beauty parlor" at very little coat For the woman whose hair rata hopelessly dull and sticky at tbe first sign of dampness for Instance there are "fluff powders which only need to be brushed through the hair to make It light and fluffy. To make It shining there are little velvet pads costing only a few cents that are used Ilka an ordinary brush. Tims was when the woman who motored either acquired a skin of leather or spent as much time re- moving the effects of the rid...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

FX PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 81 HIS AP&ctyy Coiffure SiutumnWll 6e & yimple nd Fluffs -..Mi bTjbwv . i l mm jmrnrnm. jmmmmL man? i jt t 1 1 i mtmammmmmmm mmi " - . I inn. . 1 WWiAtf Ji snu cumt fiotm DAUB FABHION to lass strict aboui th arrangsmant of Ik hair Uu ah la In tha planning f cntunw and Individuality should b ahown In tha eolltura. alnc tka shape of tha tea tha length and thtcknaaa of Uu traaaaa and tha alaa of tha hand muat all ba taken late const deration Tha mora slmpls tha arrangement aa a general thins tha mora bacon- Inf. hut tha (Irl whoaa head la thick through ahould waar har hair vary high or vary low to avoid accentuat- ing tha largeness of har head while the irtrl with a lone narrow faee ahould. br all muni Huff har balr nut al tha ildei and have It flat on top. while tha round-faced girl usual- ly looka beat with a fluffy pompa- dour. i '"rm Leaeoa Rundreda nf women all over tha country have learned their lesson about falea hair and after th...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

SUNDAY f J WHAT Well Dressed Men Will Wear in the Coming Months 11 Cahnge In men's fashions are usually HHll fairly subtle ones and It taken the Tfl nDjSSSsSflnGs masculine mind a li'iit tun" lo real hyjfiteW5BB mWffl&EljBH&mK!!Mt that trousers ara now cut to fit. I hfm yesterday they hung Ilka a Bl Fashions to women are an ever pre.- ant topic of Interest; to man they IVV9B LgLLH Hi mean another to the HhU Haberdasher and Tailor and ara JSKHBHySU consequence a bora: but the well KltjEnHRffr' dressed man la Juat aa delightful to BBffjMBfflS tnH "y" '" h'' Wl " dreaaed woman l 'NaBBHWBBi HflaawBBBDofl Mn hB w1"'' "r nu tn KstVUllvffirVaaHBBB'l banda will remember that evan ff 23ffiHJPfH41 IBSk .'Wh&HIrV Hattl though we sniff at the Idea thnt 1 PeV WaW Smart Fashions in Fall Ap- parel for Men About Town COMPILED FOR THE TIMES' FASHION EDITION BY HARRY SWAIN OVERCOAT The conaarvatlva 'heaterfleld or fly front coat will be conspicuous by the rarity with which It will be worn...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21 1913 HAVE MILITARY EFFECT Hirfc Narwtto DeaMml Mpretal letting Wha to Tr.w A too nt Other Modiste Oavats. Fall Fashions in Men's Attire IT HAS been said that In mucu- llne. well aa In femlhln dreaa. It la the little things that count but with the hangee or fashion from season tn season It would warn that this old aaw sp- pile more especially to the gsrh of the aterner sex for while the general -Jlnea of their attire remain the aame It la th- little touch here the new line there a variation of cut. the lifting of a pocket that calls loudly the minute dlffer- encea between the man of thla eca- aon and he who adherea to the ault that waa In vogue laat year. FOR DAT WEAR The business ault. flrat of all. while It I" by no mean extreme of cut. deflnea the figure In the coat. Just a bit more than the atylee of heretofore: the entire coatume In fart la cut to suggest the llnea and alenderneae of youth with all Itn dush find anap. The frontfl are r...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

3 Gossip of Society tBll Grace Virginia Logan stem Mra W. ft Weeks; press super- intendent Mrs. lUkss J u swing. Dr i mt i. Bolby gave a talk oa ' Ai eehnl and Its Kt facta Msadamea M. Colllnt M. C Partes- j a Potter. Emm Chaffee Strong and Peck add- ed to the program with readings which war enjoyed. It was decided to bold rsbe sal soon for the benefit of the rwscu work and a committee was appoint- ed with Mrs. M. Murray aa chairman. Beautiful El Paso Girl Who Was Wed To a Fortunate Chicagoan Last Week SAGE UNO SULPHUR DARKENS THE HAER ICa i.mn.lrm.lher-. Rertpe To Mr. asorr. (nenr. filaea aad naii.r nsmon anirr nr mvz nee amktc lie unM th ton: mi Hill life h.lnn. h.i ttay sad m transient la Ilk an apple blow v harbinger of fruits In sphere beyond our tea"; A braath. mstrtallad; Thought tranaformad into mn. j Within those realm there rang Th symphonies unrmfht. Who color born of radiant eound. la Into manning wrought. And both. obedient An mesngr convey Tha tightest thought betwn tw...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

B 10 EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21. 1913. Advertising Rate Card ct.AHSIFIKD LI ar war each Ineertloa r "t4 tan T kwtioMi pr lla per month 4 taken for leae than 44 canta. 4 ek muat wmshoI 1 se tt IMaplav advertletad on rla.et.ie-1 page doable price K cut nrltted TfcOAL ADVtHTIStclO. Legal advertlelng at tll MS PLAY AD. SPACA Opes flat rata weak aaye -v column wide each taeertlon Ma. Sai.ie. Sundays aarh Insertion. TSe. Standing Dlaplai 44a. one lack ar month. IS OK- - -. - Ceo tract a for large arnnnate at 4tpley Adv. apaca ar readers snblset tc discount. RfAIHMl KoTICBA Para rending matter aarb lnrt1on ;ine. 24e. ixMBls. i.r Ma. aa-h Insertion. Ma. fcl. PASO TIMPS CO Pohllaher- FT1 Taxi Morning Tlnvee. Kl Paao Teeaa rnnjcr. miss classified Advertiser wtahlng la place as "Accom- modation Account wax Ad" In Tha Times should rail jmo and aak for MDs Clsaal- fled She will promptly take tba ait over tb pknoa and seed yoo a hill Iba follow- ing morning Account ara payable oa r...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

BL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 81 1I1S B 11 For Sate Real Estate 21 ndkron filler realty cn bargains money makkm A daady B-rowm real pres.cd hrlc home for 1.n les than real mine; doe In price naly u.:o PrtT needs l. oeh. I.elsnce MM 1 pre it balance your own terms naif $V wv- worts wson cinae la 4 mown paved afreet. Iiataiaa linulevard and Montana. lot BSiVJO PACK YOUR TRUNK anil mora Into tala property. B-rooai boa rio mission flui.h snd bnllt-la fhaturs lota with some sheds etc IT IS COM- Ft.ETF.LY furnished avea lo a NEW piano The prlea ta W.MO: $000 cash hal anoe long lima. MURPHY LANK ro. $0T Mllla Bt INSPRANCK All bind Aaderon-F11lr UeaKy o IRRIGATION ABSOLUTELY BURS Ra n oiulsi mem far small nc Splendid Isad. Matabraa V. liar. Write (trine phnma. M. M . rare Times. Arran ILL There l nothing mora satisfying than having ynnr Insurance wrlttea by ANDERSON-FILLER REALTY CO. nnunra site sacrifice one or MORE. If Ton cara to huv vacant building site rloaa ta at 28 par rant ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

3 A Wonderful Home Attraction I Universal Seybold Krakauer Gram-Richsteig Chase & Baker Furlong and Others Now that the Rummer I waning and the i. ..nix gatherings begin again tha magnetic influence of music offers a rot snags tn eve rybndy. For tha young pipin it bring hank the Krnt sentiments and occurrencee of va- cation; In tha middle-aged It tlra up bright hopes Inspiration and anticipation; while for tha old folk thera la tha delight of retrospection and tha enjoyment of seeing everybody happy around thorn. Music Fits Every Mood and Every Occasion and th sweetest music you ever heard la when tha united family llatena to . A Player Piano elected from my large atock. Have you such an attraction In your home? How can you afford to he without one 7 Cull and let me explain how I can secure the hlgheat market value for your old piano In exchange on a Playar-Plano. rtemeraber the mualc rolla coat you noth- ing and my terma and price wtll fit your puree. 102 North Stanton 8t- I I ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

General Sports Automobiles SECTION C Pages 110 EL PASO. TEXAS. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1913. 'MTU YEAR. Senators Tie Cleveland Naps for Second Place in American League SENATORS TIE NAPS KEWANEE TIGER AND FIGHTING FIREMAN READY FOR GONG CLEVELAND TRAM CHAJfCE'H YANRKES. fjOSKM TO A thirties Defeat Tsger Mid If They Take Two (Mm Today Will rtnrh the Pennant. Washington and Cleveland are tied for second place In th American league and every Indication" point to (lark Orlftlth finishing aa the i ontender with the Napa aa the run- neraup. The Athletic won yester- day and play two game today. If they win both they have the pennant cinched. In fact the team practi- cally ha the coveted poeltlon cinched aow. The Highlanders have been going Ilk a house afire .luring the pat two week. They scored seven run In the Initial frame yesterday off dregs; which cinched the victory. Blending was pat In and held the chance men runlesa but the game had been won. Dixie Engle proved a pussle to the Browns a...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

FX PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1913. C 2 H1661NS ARRIVES in ki i i in i i " in in Ml I I- IO HUH K M XI s 19 At Itradi f..r I ItTlit uf ML I He llartia k Hard aa Nail lUtll.- Will Be I ne If You Are Clothes- A tt ent i ve and prefer the little niceties of personally measured gar- ments you can secure com- plete satisfaction and save con- siderable money by having our famous Chicago tailors Ed. V. Price & Co. make your new Autumn and Winter suit or overcoat expresaly for you from your choice of 500 beautiful woolens many of which are exclusive as well as distinctive. Guarantee of fit and aervioa- valua goea without laying. PRICES $18.00 te $45.00 RICHARD V. PEARSON 110 Texas Street 1 I I I .l K A I I.' - Aw double header llir Newark ni.. 1 1 ii I ... J tin International League 1 l'i n riant ihr en nnil game whl h .. ' iiillnl In Ihr seventh InnliiK winch 0 ill. Mclil (.. the 4 In 2 The lluchea-i-r Ipiim will fmih in second place 4 I In Ihe pennant race. MI llll AN s...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

m EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1913 C 3 Cream of the Turf World Will Face Juarez Barriers HOME RUN" BAKER ONE OF CONNIE MACK'S STAND-BYS Johnson airing May FVr Shipped Her i W hi. Ii Would Prove n III Draw- In Card ork o" the Walk 'n mddorort llw IV -l ll..r. In Tralnlmc OA Winn In Upm llw Uiirrt Track. Bv RKHTTIAM B CADDI.. n'hn the flight lo Junrea starts at the Hop of tile Maryland anil Ken- tucky meetings the boa! string of ban Inlla thai evar faced a harrier orer- ihe rlrrr will he quartered al the inurw. Rvrry Indication points to the winter meeting of 1913-14 being the hlne ribbon event of Ihe Jiiarex J rkey Club Much Mirnurnnnt hss been given Cotnnel Malt Willi manager ..f tha track and Jack Follsnhee. president of the Kantern horsemen who hnvc promised to race here thi" . r Charleston hnn bran making hard fkfnl for lha Kastern horses but Willi Ihr exception of lha Carman nnd a fa other stables practically all will lie shipped hare. Should F. Johnson owner of...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

C 4 EL PASO MORNINO TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21 1913 For Motorists fB&fg30&gg&tj&& iVous of Autos I I P s mill MX ( H lll Will iii KM.i.H) m i p MM Mm ntrlo IW-Inc llci-rlvrd for tlw lUr-r f lal Train Will r..ll..w la Wake of llas-ce-. tulvlng ri in Chalmers I" William Itnnrt IKnmMnlMl h ; A Mania and ntri II Itlnehart. palhflnd. rs for the K.I I 'a an-Phenm road ra will In all proh.il. 1111 ar leave tomor- row mrnlnr for the Artrna .apli.il The n .lhfin.l. r "II! .im .-rtain xh.ii Irfw. of tha rondnMv art- hi ncaaj or tHn repair and a ill pls ln poets nil .W. -.. rV . inn I. ur.il from Phoenix will rnnstHute the' gre..ter p.rt of the week. Following the trip Mr Martin alll ul.ii.it a report l the Kl Paso Auto luh arl the Maricopa Am i . Inb. pro- meter of th rn regarding wliai re palra arc n-essarv. t'pon his recom -mendntlnri .1 fnr.e ..f man arlll hi one oa placed on the course In pb.ee it in tlent condition for Ihf avanl. Tha f.rt dav run ail! ha made to I.or...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21 1913 C 5 For Motorists wSfjSI uSt News of Autos GIANTS FAVORITES MACK ASn MrfiRAW W1M. ROT i r twiiu.im. KTAI-KH. Trams Have Practically i il llie IVntiant and Will flash for Ihr Thlril Time. By CHKCKKUS With the Giant and Athletic hit -ting their stride ..n. i u bad alump all hiipes of . . i Itn li'ttni tor th pennant wrrp dashed n the l.rcag.- t during the past week Fur the third lime thr New York Natlnniil and Philadelphia Americana will meet In a world' nerles champion ship duel each with a single victory to It credit and fur tho reaan that the coming irle will put one ir the other dub on top II promise to lie .ne of the greaieat world's aerlea of ill time. 'in here It look like the Giants will come out on tha big mil af Ihr vent. McOraw'a inehonc Is fur su- parlor to the one that met the Ited Sox and battled that club for seven game laat season. The Dlanta have the pltehera itnd a fMir hitting team while tho Athletics have Render and M...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

C I FT PASO MORNTNO TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 211913 For Motorists SffaggfrMi&t $ News of Autos BIG DOUIlS IN 001 - Maker 1 1 " I ' . i liansri I harln. V. Ilels- Mud.- IH-trlhit-lor I niir. lM-t lt Irl.-.! Oil Ih" hula -f th' niiniiiniretiienl lt eek thai the Hupp M'ltur i nr lomimny hurt eeaered rnnnerorie itli Itn rnstern 1 it i-i t.ti i . t tin- M .1 Koetlter H. O. C(mipn) ill N. 'it k arul H'!on. cunii-s te fii wi. that ih" II I hi has Closed m hi inntrait with Charlea B. Hole .if !! Iir.i.i.l way. Known to Ih Irnde a in' .if th- litf-t .Hi. mmt 'nT. Hi Ml ill' IrllniiiirH of ft ill 'iti 1 1 1 1 il I h on iln At- lantl. coast. With Mr. HrlK. will hr mh la led apt J. H. fntAUy well knurl aa nn automuhlle lliriiiiiti .mil "f mi- tioniil fume aa itn ixiurt rltr Mid HUllnirll. m ailtomtdl H.ilijn In. Ttiw men will 'nirii the territory if metropolitan New York and v- . Inlty Th- territory "f Newark Mini rinrili- ern New Jirni'v. which im ln il- Jit- .. City. Ihe 'n..Mf .iinl kUinni...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. MRKR 11. 1913 C- Indian Raids in Palo Pinto In the Daye of the Pioneers how wrm.KK'R nucwKvrMKJi t Or KIWriK.R TIMICft IK TKXAS A KX-ItAMfjKK. I TNK Among ihf first victims of lndua 'ate of Hi- i.i- I tiri la t'alo tintn Count Mil J ! n Kdwarda. a tad of avn rara He waa at play In the horaa lot hn suddenly ftva Indiana came upon him and 'one or tham senlped him tart ! inn fright- en) at the approach of Mr. Kdwnrda .ml ome ... hande bringing In enme rattle ran away and lefl the aralp hanging .to. the lioy'a haad. Bo larva a aortlnn of u had been torn looae that It ' i' down ovar hla - and ha had to hold It up with hla hand he- fora ha rould see Although avary attention waa given him ha failed to recover and died a few month aftar- aards Thla waa In llll. Purina: tha winter of llsl a party of Indiana rama down tha Drains Klvar on the eaat side Into Parker t.'ountv. stole nimr horaaa thara and torn .. i M tha vveat aide of tha rlvar and ... out through Pa...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

C 8 EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1913. NF:ATrtH l Wl Wl.v FACTOR I Till I Mill I I'H.IIT A Home With All Its Comforts is the one thing for which every person is striving. It is our province to place at your disposal the knowledge gained by a quarter of a century's experi- ence in the buying of Furniture. We are as much interested to see you satisfied as you are. We realize that the average person cannot afford to make mis- takes and do not offer you anything which we do not believe will prove a source of permanent satis- faction. If we cannot please you we will be the first to admit it but it is seldom we have to do so.' Hoyt Furniture Co. 109 111 113 San Francisco Street 9 U S SENATOR i FRANCIS G ME.W1ANDSJ I Photo copyright tariff tight In t he senate th stand of Senator Francis J. Newlanda. Democrat of Nevada worried th! Democratic readers New lands wli kntiwn io be opposed ( certain free Mat and It waa feured t!iat he would halk when the vote came The make- up of...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 81. 1913 IKF II s. IN ion? MINK HOMR-M Mil I RRENCT. SCRIP IS ISSUED IN CMMNE. Marie Xwrnwry hy Menage of Wi- se Mitrriants I nnisl to Tkr It. Police f nfon-e itra-tl. Rule. Cananea Son . Mr pt. 1. Re- rntlv there hue been great shortage bar tn silver monfy for chtnfff and It practically impossible to get change In any amount. It haa been rumored thai th Chinamen hare bran Shipping the mosey out lo china and th value or lb silver In a peso at the pr... .-i prlca of allver. would b about rant K"M wbll the quoted rata of the peao la only 17 rents. Much discussion of Ilia queatlon hns been had. but no results were obtained taierleaa MaMr Het Aeerp'ed. Th. local i.ank. The Merranlll Hst k fns company endeavored to cat kfesl- n silver from (he banka all along the border of the l ulled IKstes but could set iion. Ilnally it had t-hlpped In quite nn amount of I'nlted metes allver coins but they were not accept- able even though It had been content pl...

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