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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

C 10 EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 21 1913 RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO. The Largest Guarantee Fund Bank in the State of Texas TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $3000000.00 Deposits IMf. $404000.00 Capital and Surplus $600000.00 $639000.00 ffro Grande Vallo Bank & Trust Co Deposit int $1631000.00 IRioGrakdeVllct Bank & Trust Co ItonnSlra. I 10 $1893000.00 fyoGKAFtm: Valley Bank & Trust Co Our Officers Our Directors Jfe SllCCeSS W. W. TIBXFV Prceidenl ft. T. TI'UM H lc President W. COOI.KY Vice- President T. M WlNIrO Vice. President W. R. ARNOfiD ii -mi- H. W. M IIWABK Secretary P. Ij. ATKINSON Ass (ashler Ii. ROHF.NKELU. .AMI. aalut r Pcpr!!. 1011. $2100000.00 Rio Grande Valley Bank i Trust Co W. B. AHNOMI n. n. now maw E. M. BRAT W. COOf.KY A. KRAKAI KIt . J. ormmbkf: i. II POltiA HI) J. E. ROBKRTSOV H. T. TTRNKR W. W. TTRNI.T T. M. WINOO B. M. WORHHAM These nm aland for miwr- twiIvs business methods fully realizing their responsibility to the community. Dennetts ...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

" COMIC -SECTION EL PASO TEXAS SUNDAY SEPTEMBER tl 19U JUMPING JOAN GIVES DOLLY DIMPLE A LESSON "'Who'll teach me to jump?" queries Dolly dismayed. From her book leaps a youngster all quaintly arrayed. "I'll teach you' she says "for I'm little Jumping Joan; Wlen nobody's with me I'm always alone. "I jump when I'm merry I jump when I'm sad. And all tlie year round I keep jumping like mad. ! away they go leaping. It's very good fun Until Dolly gets tired and gasps "Are we done? Of? Tfi (Syui jr Wf 'Xo indeed" answers Joan "we'll go leaping for days!' 'You'll excuse me" says Dolly "from getting the craze. "It's all very well to say 'Nonsense' and 'Stuff But in this as in all things enough u enough."

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

COMIC SECT I OX GASOLINE GUS RUNS ACROSS SOME FRIENDS k" cu.-&oYrve hkda - - - 1 I f" ' """ a ' s. K. ooo"ft AM' I HOPE To " f tEP-vye'RE J 'U etTCH ASHlNVl l'l-L 56TWE VOUt.o!) Hot-vnxeRj0N. TEvjaTM tin thistle ve'd I " ' ' ' ' ' ' I E MK.t iAX-THli S A I C7Tr7T " . j Mffll quick! J L U Lcr-JTF tovjvou i f lOR HEu.Gfcjy f heuo.fcuers'A ; J Run fvCBoS JRR TXLtog mEAH

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

EL PAftO MOW NINO TIMES. Baaa To Resemble VS.HL I Lnt Arabian msn 9 La mi wtVK m VLi ' IIP lie si Civet ml Cat Trimmi n.c$ YmHj 1 Imitation or Fabric Furs At the Height of Fashion - Pans is Using Plushes That Closely Resemble Broadtail and Mole - Designs That Follow Fur Fashions - Effective Trimmings. TT would seem from all the fash- ion Indication that rl-h and costly lura r. having a rival In Imitation or fabric fura in aurh clever resemblsnce of the real akin that it la often hard to tell tha dif- ference. Wkile we are sometimes likely to think of the fabrlr fur aa a cheapening of the real article and made only for tha "limited Inmmt." that opinion ta a mistaken one thla eeaaon. for our latest fashion report from Parla ahow that the plueh ma- terlals that are made In ImlUtton of fur are being used In aoma of tha moat fashionable and dressy gar- ments. Of course when Parts takaa up a fashion or better starts a fash- ion you may b sure that It will be made the moat of. and hers we ...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

Theatrical ' What the Local Movies Are Doing Amusements MOVIES OONI HURT mi m in mrr w. t. AFTKCTICD. BATON. SAYS in the Septcmltcr American Mugs ia Walter I'rl. hard Ratan thaatrt oal erltloa of that publication wrttaa m arti. le entitled "The Menace of tha Moylea." m which ha Mma 10 prove that tha so-called "legitimate theater" la m reartag In numbers and Importance In aplt of the great de velopmettt of Wis moving picture busl- naj. On this point he aajra: "Onrlnc the name docad which haa nltnessed the rise f the movies the number of new flral claaa theatera In our el t Ira haa In some oasss more than doubled keeping- far ahead of 11." growth nf population and at the aaaie time haa arlaen the new later- eat la serious drama focused In th Drama League Of America with It fifty thouaand mem bare the courses In dramatic rompoaltlon and study In ur colleges the audden new demanda for plays In printed form and finally the urn win of natlra drama. Rven as the movlea were coming on Ilka a...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

WHEN GREEK MEETS GREEK HK overwhelming A merle alaa Ttlee of heanttfol Thalaa Karam bain bronght on ths event of this ehroalel Had Ml eh. fa Ilea In love wHk an AmeHeaa Iswjer aad frown to llkt Antr wsb summer rftnrh reetanrants. ! anil raetkods. .he might bars re- mained a half partner In tka pHI Greek syndicate that from )9n to 101 1 smug W Into tba Pnlfed m S.000 Immigrants without the preliminary for- mality of baring tbam O. K 'd at EIHa Ielsnd During I baa five years Thalaa broad eaed from a mild little Athena Immigrant Beared by Kaw York skyscrapers lata a rearrareefol. aggressive woman. De- atrlua Karambolna married bar within .an nays inn ana had landed. Mb did not know her hoahand'a occupation nd It caused ber little concern that aba did not The night ba rerealad bla call lag. Demetrius waa delightful? enrprieed " Taa sparkled and placing bar srma a boat her huaband'a neck aha la- alatad that he take hold at ones and help make the family money from a mere onlooker aha beca...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

MBER 21. 1913. 1 t 1 1 ' a-w How Monterey Passed Into Hands of the United States ' in i mcat rrfcr toward tbk mwnwor i tpkb urun. MIA WAS ACOOMPIMIIKD WITWptT THty MIRIDIMU OF A SIX- taM DRor or m-oon or mr rumtc or a ovk. In Ih month f Msv 1I4C. (wo n anil Imposing arjuadrona or th. t'nlted Htalea and of Urr.it Hrltsln were cruising Ih waters of the l'-l flc staa Ml watching each other's moifrarnn clowaly. The American squadron renelsted of the following vessel: the Skip Ravanaah flagship. II guns tha ship CongT. (una; tha sloops Warren. Portsmouth. Cy- ana and Lsvshl. each xt gun. Ihe schooner Hhark.. 12 (una and tha transport Krle. Tha romnwinder-ln-rWaf was Commodore John IV "lost. Tha British squadron was consid- erably stronger In numbers of mm and run than the American and was under the command of Admiral Sir Oeorr P. Seymour ona of England's most able snd accomplished naval of- ficer. His flagship was tha Colling wood. The total strength of the American squadron was lit gun ...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

ASO MORNING GET YOUR PENNANTS AT NEW TIMES BRANCH NO 9 105 Texas Street This week the Morning Times offers what will probably be the most popular of all the series of pennants being offered. EL PASO HIGH The pennant of the high school of the city of El Paso in the high school colors. Every family in El Paso should have one of these. 2000 pennants have been secured so that all may have them who want them in addition to those making up the set. The usual sale of Times pennants run a little over 1000 a week. This week we expect it to be double. "El Paso High" on all this week. Official Design Correct Colors Lll Tk Eli 36 Inches Long 15 Inches Wide Made of Best University felt Last Week Harvard Clip the Coupon in This Ad Week Beford Princeton THE most fascinating fad of collecting Pennants encourages adornment of the home and The Times offers an opportunity to make a fine collection. Thousands of people can beautify the bedroom sitting room or "den" with a variety of pretty Pennants Rep...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

PMO MORNTNO TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 81. 1013 Impressive Ceremonialism Will Mark the Episcopal Convention fa A A I HHM. A SaSH aaBSa. . .aaaalawaaaaaaaaaaaW HTH 1 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWI n.UMln I nnu 1 luu . HH fH ''" ii'"n Safl fa -K ! "' sxecullva committee of which (Ij A.lft. ' ftSfrKSO M..wk. Willie... ii True . wii- y CI Jpm ! Vv-l - i ry Butler. Rwrfll P Wheeler. !- CHOiR STALLS. ALTAR RLRtDOS f CATHEDRAL 5T.0OHN THE DIVINE. By Sfecial II frr fe tsc Tlmr New York 8ept. 20. - At the Caths- dral of SI John thu Divine situated on tht height from which Washing- ton and 111 general watched the jnovemen.s of the British occupant of New York during the dark day of the American devolution one of the .-moat Impressive ecclealaatlca I event known to thl country will lake place on the morning of October 8. Thla event will be the procession of the Btshop and the clergy which will mark the opening of the General Convention of iho Protestant Kptsco- pal Church. Over one hundred btahop...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

COMIC SECTION KATE AND KARL WANT A BABY BROTHER T BID T VHIK fWTMSR MUGGSY EXPOSES A BLACKLEG AND GOES TohE FAIR Pj :SBP 1 ' m f 1 I H I 1 v TinD;4nlou - ! StwrmsoTwoTl I f it tw mm . m wttotaumi 8

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 21 September 1913

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

MWTM. at .. I ...1 per WO . Aa a per ww Ih. 34TH YEAR. lamest m tm m mmm i soothwest EL PASO TEXAS. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 22 1913 TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS i ' ' ' A ii ft.t.HA. id Pn-n M.a-nlrxg Ttsne e. el Antes period krn dtarta qoe I legs a Irvdo 1 SMnntr el mtimin dam mi njo puhll- Bdo ulendo ffol Ml (MM rsiln din del afio pAajinn I contlen lag ultimas nnttalas do! dla en swpaftnl WILL AID NO CANDIDATE DOUBLE LINE HUERTA EXPLAINS POSITION Of THE MEXICAN GOVERNMEKT Administration Will Maintain Attitude of Absolute Impartial ty Using the Army if Needed to Preserve Order. By The Associated Press. Mexico City Sept. 21. "Not only would it be an anomaly that the Government should have a candidate but it further can be said that the Government has no predilec- tion for nor will it aid any candidate.' In these words Provisional President Huerta today re plied to the question as to whether he favored any candidate I in the coming Presidential election. President Huerta explained the att...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

TWO EL PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22. 1913 10 We Solicit Your Interest This Week In Our First Showing of DESIRABLE NEW IDEAS in Men's Young Men's and Boys Clothes for Fall 1913 Wiih wholesome enthusiasm we assure you that your researches for desirable new ideas in Men's Young Men's and Boys' Clothes for Fall 193 will not he complete until you have carefully studied the fashions which are pronounced correct by SOL I. BERG. If you will visit our Store and try on a few of these perfect hand-tailored Suits and Overcoats see how unusually well they fit and look and notice the excep- tionally careful workmanship you will fully appreciate the advantages derived from employing strictly modern methods and ideas in tailoring ready-for-service clothes. Yet you will wonder how the price is kept within the reasonable limit that it is. ACCUSE HERNANDEZ IMTHM or MrlDRMirK. .tfr.'..! i .. IH. Held a Fort Pen.n.ig InvoallgsUon of offense la Whirl lie in MM lo H Imptk-ai.-d. Lool a' our Win...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22. 1913 THREE HOME PRODUCTS SCOUTS He endorse hla monthly check. "K. P. Palet." yet la known to hla friends anil all of the merchants aa the "Candy Kid" Mr. Palet la one of the home producta scouts In the employ of the Lorets-Pegram Com- mliaion company. He haa traveled far and wide for many firma but sev- eral yearn ago came to the sunny KonthweNt to ha toe hla home here. Since hla advent into the order of the "knights of the grip" he has been in the employ of W. IT. I.orets chang- ing with him when l.oretz changed and remaining faithful to hia fir-' HI Paao employer throughout these. hc vera I years Although the Isiretx company sells nearly j-verythlng to he aold In the commlaalon line. Mr. Pulet devotoa hla time to the sale of candles. He has made a special study of candy and It Is aald that he can outdo any school girl when It comes to making fudge or pulling taffy. J. O. Forbes who scouts through Arlrona for the K. P. Kcpley Com- mission...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

EL Pr.30 MORNING TIMES MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8g 1013 Miami Won the Final Game of the Series by Bunching Hits OUR GAME WAS EXCITING Ull. I. Il I I OPKII .ll Ml M n KKTIRKD IN rot KTH. Jn.ksoti flapped Out a Home Run and (.arts am ffcM Hlfs Tam Will KM urn Home I Mla). fly Ssertiil Wirt In thr limn Miami Aria.. Hept II.- Hunching I'-. :r hlla in rh fourth and seventh Intunix coupled with un Hsaortiueni of btn Ut If u I rrrunt l- lh' Kl I'aanan. Miami won Hi- final g.ime of the a- tie iodnv by m score of 7a to 4. Mill vvhu a jiii. I the game I T th Whit KiH gsve May In Kane In the fourth II BUM yflir three runa hud Iimiii mnU rf his delivery. The Texas kafut dtnetoped ii sure arm which forced hla tetiremenl Hum the nwmnd. K.i 11. Who hi . ... Hill nil. i wed but four httx in n many ninlniia but thay vvetc hunched in the seventh In- nln for three runs which wnn the i ;n. . ur rether put ll n Ice for tha Alti.inl Imm fur they were ahead when the acjthp.iw inuk up the burden. Ja. km. ti .nil G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

KL P MONDAY. SEPTFMBF.R 22. 1918 CONCLUDE MEETING luirmmt ria. for i m ori r jgKffr or nwD.tT t.AWa Will lilirrw NmI Year hi !" HgwMR Chwri'h Name Mat and Nall.mal Deb-gales With the' naming of delegates to th Stat nnrt National rnnirratlnn and tha serenttng at a meeting place for tha 1U sesalrn tar twelftfc annual meeting of thr 131 Paso Baptist aeaoctw- lion was brought to a rlnea Saturday . venlng at thr First Baptist church. Thr If 14 martin will open Wednee day. npt. l at tha Calvary-Honston Naoarr rlmrch Tha following dele gatoe war named to attend tha Texas mat convention whleh convenes at Dallas In November. Dr. J. . Wllllama. A. m. Boyd. C Naala. Bra. O. Tut- nam and 1. H. Nations. Dr. A. J. Wed.m paator of thr CalTary-Houaton Hoilar Baptist church waa appointed a asylegale to the Southern Baptlat conrentPMi Tha fallowing raaolatloa waa onanimnualy adopted: "Wharaaa there la a law against all entertainments on Sunday which iharg an antranp fee. and. "Wbarraa thla law ahould...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

SIX F.I. PASO MORNING f I f ago Horning glm fsMui.ed rr.n rm f ta the Tear Br ML rno TIMK nwi'vr Trt Ttiurs wrti.pmo. ai a koitii okkqn t Address tit i.-ftRisinslestlos lo TBK MORMINO TIMICH. KL I-A mi. TKXA roKKIi.M ADV. Ill 11 v.. Krl'RMI MIH(. haw terh. 8. C Sack all apeeiai tnicr rrlb.ia Kulldtng a. a. C. Backalth ape.lal . Trlhine Ballsing. n Lost a. c Meekwiih perti Afrr. rneo "tiding. ' An.li. Head 111 liar Advartiamg Ageaey. Traralina ' 1 1 w a Autfconaad Tryon C. C II M Miller l.uihar llarnaid. Ckaa. T. Mursay. ... aunt Bfa mnii K. P. Ilutkarfsrs C T DaM M-l tienr. t.aorge lllga. KelgMley SiMSI it I IT I O.H Mill : (By Mall In Adrasea.) Dally and . tartar oaa yer Dally eod Sunday sl uaoeta Daily and sun. lay. three raoatka Dally and Sunday ana moatk Tka Sued Tlmae una yaar snn : 3 (By at tiar I Dally aad Busday ana inontfc Tt Kabariibarg wko (all lo reclT their papar ragnlarly ara ragaaaiad to notify tka bualncat o"ff1r to (bat effect Ola i it. edra In full. Including coaat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

L f Gossip of Society i Ti.. n i l- tBv Grace Mi M for thee A freedoom ImU and grsnd That midst tbe circling cycles firm shall tand. Alhra to Oo; to fe and own Ilia way. And moving In Hla presence glad Mgr. Mr wish or thee' A sympathy divine That with a brother knows not ' mlae" and "thine ." Bui yield in loving pervlo at hla cry Th silent reeosjrtltloo Thta la I." Mr wtah fm thee? A aarond. cleaver sight That sees through deepest (loom the Inner light Tba lamp of soul Nre glimmering ahova Thy humhlm brother seeing thou wilt loya. My wash 1 A Joyoua. mora abnndanl Ufa That welling up within drown fear and atrlrr. And 'Mil' kens with Ita vital overflow Tha budding Ufa divine la all below. My with for the! An atmosphere of peace Where fevered resiles thought ahall. conquered cense: And aspiration winged with truth and prayer Hhall waft thee Godward freed from earthly rara. Ariel. t'mintry iuh Dance Knjoyable. The Country club waa the arena of a mi. i n crowd of members and frienda on ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

Seccion Castellana de Interes General para los Mexicanos CRIMINAL NATO BC DKM1'BHK IttM.ov MMK- atANTKis V.S MH OOMPAr in is OKI flTIMO HIMKM. ESTAFADOR BiGAMO Y ASESINO He tsse. que en t t M" nestld an hcrmano drl aai 1 1 dote crimi- nal Brhmldt. Nnava Vpk Sept. 11 Bensaclonn- laa aennt. elmletitoe han seatildn rnpl- damente al arreeto de liana Schmidt al aaoerdote catrllloo el onnvlrto aaes- Ino da Anna Aumullrr. la vlrllma del Ho 1 1 nd. n. RI Dr. Ernesto A Mu- ret. dentists fu arreatado pur acuan- rldn que pi-enlm aobre el da ser nn falalflcndor da mom da y c mlamo pararo p ha r.e;lstrad" an laa oortes fedcrales contra al aarerdote Schmidt S- dl. a en In rlrctilna da la pollcla que la doble vldft da aata saeerdnto no aoln la pa an romo Hher- tlno. atnn como falalflrador do mono da. Kl proeaaro hn dado a la pnllcla la creencla d" era tnmbien un estafa- dor y un verdndoro msesrn dal cri- men No axtranarla a la polloia ila qua Schmidt no fticra aocerdote; alno alg-ulan qua racmplaj...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 22 September 1913

HP mm FX PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 99. 1913 NINE FASHION CALLS FOR FUR ITin We ei on t .or Mart of Women (later Wear ThR Hi aim. "fvr batora haa there been aaeh fashion saason of far" mid A Mayer head of the fur and ready-to-wear department of the White Horn. K pensive fur are to lie on avert wet of woman waar thin fall fr..m th light evening gown to her auto- mobile coat and atraet clothing There will he fur coata fur cloake. MP' and mutfa arid even street dreeaao and evening gown will have fur eutfg and collar and fur edging Ermine blue fox. Bcotch mole. Hudson seals aable. fitch and vn th leopard fura will bo the season's rage. Ermine will be aean on alm"i everything. eapoctally oa tha evening wrapa. If not to entirlty. the ermine Kill ba ued In the tar piece in trim mine and on aoata. There will ao rmlne cuffs and eoflar and often -ilaiea ermine edging. Leonard fur trimming will alao ba uatd a great deal In the combination wrapa. but moetly on atreet wear. Hcarf and ...

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