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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

B 8 EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAV. SEPTEMBER 28 1913 Gossip of Society By Grace Virginia Logan - THK MTTl l : DAT. On the brow of a hill day ni born mood whrtful girl and a white- haired a". And a young Irnt vole ranc through th morn. In the queatloas youth Mill uki of age. "What mean this faint pointing Clow All cold and roa that smiles aboveT" wlfl rinf1lif anewer. clear and low: f "Man call It lova of love!" "What means this sudden colden haal. Making the world with rail lance rife?" The sage smiled sadly aaylnc: "Sweet ' Men call It love of life.!" "What means thla dusk thla breeae of balm Thee tinted ahadowa that In- erjaaaaT" The eaae's voice came clad and calm: "Man call It Inv of pease!" "What means thla nlcht this one Ions star. That light my path my fulling breath?" The sage's voice came from afar: "Men call It love of death" Faith Baldwin. Mien BoUoroff Hostess of Dance. Mlaa Harriet Bottoroff waa the hos teaa of a delightful dance Friday even Ina at her home. HIT West III...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

Iptem EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY S BER 88 1918 B 7 S 1 a fith Perfect Sweetness" KATItttfBTíB OARTiAND. Bonder why I do not ltka that F remarks! Margery pensively. to one who had Just left ua. 1 he dm a nne character. hbs a great part of her Kalary to smlly. Bhe can be counted on on the right side or every social Question. one never cringes or yields to th world's opinion where she be- lieves It take the wrong view. Yat In pite of these admirable quali- ties I cannot ftel fond of her." "That is prob- ably because she Is 1 wanting In sweetness." I sug- gested. "People just as much as the most nourish ing cereals need avnrlng of sugar. If a girl hasn't her constitution she ought to out to the sugar bowl and give tlf a sprinkling of It. Of course. not mean that she should 'gush' let srttflclally. The way to stare DT her to keep watch on herself Mai intercourse for a wmle. She lid see where' It would be plaas- r for herself In the end and al- fr her companion If she Would armlnedly t...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1913 FACES PROBLEM TRANcam mac or negroes por SOLDIER RAISES OH. TIO!. MAY DEMORALIZE THE RACE If Bronjcln t IVam-e tn Klghl Osr- many Dire Res-alts May Follow as No i'olor Mnr In Drawn. Hy ITnllM Vrm CaWr. Paris Hspt. IT. li France destined to be overrun with blacks sb Is cer- tain parte of (he United (Hatee? There err a number of thinking men hére Who aee such a thing happening If What appeare to be the republic1! ul- timate military policy be carried out. "Black Franc." Thin la the latest Gallic phrase ueen to denote France's Hack cotonee In frlrn end her derkv soldiers there. The average Frenchman thinks of It with a thrill of pride hut there are those who fear that the country Is brewing for. her- aelf a pot of trouble without realis- ing It through the fast Increasing na- ttvs African soldiery and the pro- posed Importation yt them Into jPranoe. Raor ftaldde to Riant. The falling birth rate hss made drastic action necessary. No attemp...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

General Sports Automobiles SECTION B and C SIXTEEN PAGES EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1913 Collins Considered Premier Keystone Sacker of Both Leagues OUTGUISSES DOYLE rtfüüERTON AGAIN GIYK8 ATH- iWriCfi THK ADV ANTAGK. rnKwra EMdle ColUm Ftaur Bet- tar Bauer Thrower and Flakier Than HI Opponent. fit By HUGH 0- FULLERTON. Tfcla la the third of a ría of 13 preliminary article In which the eon- tsatants in the world's series are dls- cussed critically and Impartially. (It la to be followed by FUllerton'a dally report of the ramea played In the world's series which will appear In the Timen. flpeed. Hitting. Waiting. Throw. Doyle ...99 It 84 hs Collins ..94 94 81 91 tDoylc . Co! I Ins Fieldlns;. 7 ...78 Ave. 88 i-r 88 2-5 Team k Value. 747 7S Considering the aecond basemen Who will meet as rivals Cor the Key- stone honors of the world's champion- ship we find the men who perhaps are the class of the respective leagues. There are others who comn&re favor ably to Doyle t...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PA8Q MORNING TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 88 1913 JVew York Giants Cinch the 1913 National League Pennañt NAP RUGKER PUZZLE LCAGtTK I I M.I-II- KM MIX AT QVAKKRK. vi l I...M "FIGHTING MUGS" OF PRINCIPALS IN TWENTY-ROUND GO THIS AFTERNOON tul. Take a nr-Klrd (Mate FroaS The luda Plratm Win from St. louls Cardinals. Although defeated the Oíante yeater- d cinched the l"M National lMlll pennant and Ilka the Athletic III t.ow uk thing y anl atari "pr. Ins" for lha "rl.t aerlaa. Tha Quak- er uffrd defeat at th. ;.-..'.- of th Brava which eliminated them aa con- tenders for thla year's ra. Tha Piratee defeated tha t'ardlnala Id a acura of 4 to I. whlla tha Cab won a one. elded Irania front lha Hada. NATIONAL LKAUIIH. Won Lost. Pet New torh M 47 7I Philadelphia M 11 Chicago r. Pittsburgh 7 tl .Mi BoatOn Brooklyn hi 411 Cincinnati II t Loula 4i . an Wr They Piar Today. No games schduld. Brave in eekere a. By The A.Mclal.-a' Peres Philadelphia dept. IT Boaton won tha final came today of Ha sched...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

C 3 Up to the Breezy News and Gossip of the Sport World EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 88 1913 Minute I -9 4 I while I EE Matty Thinks the Giants' Substitutes Are the Best With Herzog on the Bench the National Leaguera Have a Star Man Hut Can Be Used if the Infielders Meet With an Acci- dentCompare Burn and Rube Oldring. B CHRISTY MATHKWSON Of the llanta. New York. Bept. 7. Having new sorted out the regular Infielders on the O tan ta and Athletics In previous articles let us consider the Irregulars or substitutes. In thl particular the Giant have all the edge on the Amer- ican league entry for the world's chatnptooahlp honors because the New York club carried Charlie Hersog on the bench tt la hardly fair to call Hersog a substitute. But so badly off were the Athletics for Infielders a few weeks age when Barry was Injured that Connie Mack waa forced to bring Oldring In from the outfield to fill ths cavity Hersog Is a great Inflelder. Only force of circumstances has kept him ...

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

I EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1913 Would you like to own a car that will climb the ateepeat hills easier and with lees effort than any car you have ever owned or driven a strong and sturdy six that will travel all day long averaging 16 miles and more to the gallon of gasoline f JJ0MT 'WDOHT SIX You can have such a car in the Chandler Light Weight Six at $1785. Read what the Botton Chandler agent ha to lay about the hill climbing accompliihmenttof thii wonderful car. The Chandler Light Weight Sis ttkat Cory hilt it mry other local hill better than any automobile telling at in y price in the cltjr of Botton today. We can start at the toot of Commonwealth Ave. with a load of 5 people with the i speedoneter regttterins iWt milei an hour and faith at the top regtitering the tame .peed." There it another hHl just beyond which hat 4 ihtrp curvet and it about the tame trade at the depot hill in eland. The car climbed thu tivr timet e high (tear the rtch time 1í1íb per hour at th...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28 1913 C 5 iVeus of 4nfos ur Motomts III nnril linn I next year wib be 1 ENDURE HARDSHIPS ROAOS aoCOCNTRRKD BY PATH- I1NDERS RK8RMBL.F. (;t'IIJYS. ( 'old Wave Add to the Unn .r the Trip Will Reach Pboe- nix Monday M. When Will J. Rand Robert H. Rlne- hart snd O A- Martin pathfinder for the Kl Paeo-Phoenlx road rao com- plete their trip It will be an important event In the staging of the race. Aft- er the log oí Uta course le completed and alan poets placed at all erose-aoads everything: will be In readiness for starting the driven on their Ion grind to the Ariaona capital. In faet all that will remain to be done after the completion of the trip now being made will be to secure the entries and. Judging (rom the list already received at leaet thirty or thirty-five cars will get the word- Chairman Rlnehart of the speed committee has received many Inquiries from manufacturers retarding the race and several may enter stock cars. In this event the li...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PA8Q MORNING TIMES. 8UNDAY SEPTEMBER 8. Itl3 For Motorists News of Autos WHEEL WELL-IDE AtrrOMOBIUBfl ftl THE m w WUUC Will l J. Hudson Knjrlnrem s It I I titrable and Has Dint I ng-u lulled Appmr- mucm Büscfcmrrt Lákea it The Interest of motor car owners I bet on attracted by tha wire wheel. An lncrfjtRtnc number of cara ara beinf equipped with the distinctive looking spidery webr of steel spoken. Many dlacusmons take placa as to the rela- tive turrit of the wood and tha wire 'Wheel. There are many champions on both sides. The consensus of opinion seems to lean toward the belief that the wire wheel Is the coming equip- ment. But that with some exceptions . Oie manufacturing problem hits not yet been aolved. A notable example of a thoroughly efficient wire wheel la that with which a cextatn proportion of the 1114 output of the Hudson 8U 64 Is equipped. Mr. J. W. Stockard. the lo- cal Hudson dealer explained to a caller the difference between the Hudson type of wheel and that whic...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. l: 11 i! ii i ' -m.aw -aaaBkv. aaaaarav aar ib gsaBaBaBaaaaaaaW aaaaal aaaa HBHr asaaW ggaaaaaV iaBBal gasaa- .jaaaBaBaBaaaBBi. aaaBBBa aaaaW VPSHM aaaaaaai aaaaaaa gasta gaga .HHHH The guileless blll-atlrkers had dons their work picked up thrir brushes and paste bucket and gone home. The three-sheets which they left be- hind them looked Innocent enough. These latter nlm ply mated - stuck aide by aide the y were that upon Mon- day May 7 ISO Ms croad y at the Aator Place opera house and Forreat at the Broadway theatre Would each present Macbeth and all with never a promise not even a hint of the real tragedy whereof they wtre the fore- runners. The Seventh regiment wee fated to do the killing. Ita name had been re- cently changed from Twenty -seventh to Seventh and this was to be Ita bap- tism of fire. Or paving stonee per- hapa would be the better words. Over two hundred of the Seventh had beon struck down before Colonel Duryea gave the relurtant order to fire...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1813 Many Southwestern Mines Are Shipping Good Ore Bullion is Brought Out From the Mogollón District Much Devel- opment Work Being Done A Vein of Liquid Mud Struck in the Emma at Fien;o N. M. Shipment of bullion from ths Mo- gollón district the lut Week .'" gated 117.000. Poor twin weighing 00 pound valued At IK. 00. pitmed through Silver City Saturday from the Psadwood mill and eight bar weljrh- TM pound vmlued at approximately fit. ooo from another operatlns cm- panv in the district paaaed through the ame placa Monday. One property after another I emerg- ing from the pro poet ntage Into the claaal float Ion of permanent minee. Right now It Is the Ps rifle which Is operated by Kl Paso parties. In the lowest lovol thebreaet of the north drift averagea $2 per ton and the face 6t the south drift $7 per ton.- owing to the profile of the mountain the last mentioned handing hn reached a depth of 100 fcH. whereas the north drift is only 126 feet b...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

m 3 MU' - . ' COMIC SECTION PASO" TKXAS SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1913 GASOLINE GUS KNOWS HOW TO GET FARES (o-X -rtAáEl? ffE I I ( YER 5EETH'lDtt-THtfi"x;N W-t! lower a) .u H'I'JAi5?rw

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

COMIC SECTION THE DUNCE FROM DOLLY DIMPLE'S BOOK twi ; m Says Dollv Dimple "Wliat is half of fourteen marbles .... pray? And straight they come upon boy who figures on a slate: Through all my book we'll look; there may be some one into 2 8s and 6 times are 8 " who can say. " - . " Says Dolly Dimple Whit is half of fourteen marble. ' "Multiplication is vexation; Division is as bad; p.' Pte?c- .'! TV Rule of Three H puzzles me. and Practice drives me More problems! whmps the slothful boy. I ve work ma(j r enough with these. ' "Oh but it's wrong!" cries Dolly. "Look!" "Yes" says '2 into 1 won't go and 1 is left ; plus 2 is 8." the Doll ; S ou see You take that half." says Dolly's Doll "and give the rest With those who iew their work like that it's verv apt wvoc to be

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

What Pari FALL DeU6MfuUy .Ye New Cmtrnch TriTrvmir ToBe"WellHattedTilt Your Hat Say & -Paris -Reenter the Picture Hat -TheTrench Madness for Velvet- Patent Lea- ther Millinery. WAKIH baa hlown flu first blast rnf her hugle railing un lo n tenllonl Attention in the very serious matter of Tall haiii and iu the fart thai aha la paying America th compliment of sending her .vary beat millinery output over lha water: to ua asking ui in the suavrat tona or rhnrminK r remh courtoay. Are you well hailed""' "Well hailed' that ta the phrtio 1 the smooth haired l'arlatan modiste I uaca. in hut mii gradnua tone aa ah 1 lonka over her American ctuit ornar with that Wwn-eyed Artistry which la half compliment and half reproach and whit A makea one yearn to rise In tuv-'s aelf -AHteem and be "hatted" that moment according to the Judgment of thla a."lf-poMeaied modlate fiut of the treaaure atores of her delightful shop with Ita root gray union:. Have the French caught the secret of well hating ua...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL frASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1913 EARLY YEARS OF THE EL PASO MORNING TIMES By JEFF McLKMORK IX HTATK TOMCS In ft recent Issue of State Topic mention ww made at the treat an- nt versar? edition Issued by the fCt Paso Times in celebration of I ta thirty-third birthday. In IftSO. when the Times made Us first appearance Captain Juan B. Hart being Its found- er HI Pasó was a typlral border town of those days and the Rambling- tabls and the six-shooter were "moving" factors. The Texas A Pacific rail- road had Just arrived the Southern Pacific aad the Atchison Tope k a & Hants Pe were on their way and Kl Pago was full of adventurous spins many of whom did nothing but p1a cards smoke hop drink whisky nnd occasionally slug gomo tenderfoot and relieve him of hl roll. This element the Times fought from the very be- ginning with the result that It aroused tho unrelenting enmity of a lot of "had men" who sometimes " their revenue by beating up a Timen reportes and sending ht...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 19IS p 1 I i II 1 Taos Ancient Pueblo Full Of Ethnological Interest Building Still Stand Which Were There When the Spanish Con- quistador Overran the Country Nearly 400 Years Ago Though Normally Christian People Stiff Practice Saciet Rites of the Religion of Their Ancestors. By Agnee C Laut fn Travel Magazine Taoa. Santa r and FA Paao -these i i4 to th ftiiithiM what Port Roy- al Qurhor and Montreal were to French Canada or Boatnn Ralfmn'l Jamestown to thn colonista of the pre- I t Havolutlonsry day on the Atlantic j Coast. K1 Pato was the gateway from the old ftpanlah dominions of the South Santa Fr v tha central military noet snd Ta- the mirh .in the very outskirts of the back-of-h--ynd of Spanish territory n the 11- dernea of ihe Naw World. Before Santa Ke h-ime the ler- mlnua f .'rail for American trad- ers from Missouri nd Kansas Taos waft th nd of the old fur tracer' trail in ihe day wh-n loulslana tandem) from New Orleans to orcgon. ...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28 1913 GOOD WORK GOES ON mo EtiKFHAirr bottk project IB WKUl UNDER WAY. Msmnrr Betas LM ml Betlsfactorr lots Kvrvrdlnglr Um Wetar In Riser Proves HartVibtp. Stratel Wtr to thr Time Blephant Butte. N. M.. Sept. JT While the progress during the part month has hern sattafart nrv In th. nflneera B it . following alone on w iiruuir rae inore is not. muco i hmfice In th son oral appearance of th work from what It wa a month a;o. The masonry la a Itttle hls;her and the excavation a little deeper and hroader but this would not Indicate mirth to the occasional visitor and only actual flit urea will show what hs. been accomplished. Masonry laying was continued with one oa ble way two shifts and during the month (August II to September 16) Consisting of twenty-five work" ing days 11380 cubic yards of ma- sonry was laid or an average of 4 5 5 cubic yards per day. During the twelv days worked in September -.'On cublo yarda were placed or an average of HOB...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28 1913 K NO SCANT SKIRTS in HI ss OF FIFT5 ABOUT TO M Mili V. H FINICKY m. OAJtDINQ DREW. WILL NOT FOLLOW THE MODE English Tennis Players Attribute Amrrtmn Superiority " Hard CoarM. Ay Ths Aitociettd Prtma rnth LoritJnu Hepl. 77. Although the mjni wflMlDg between lb tHicheas of i 'iff nnd Prlare Arthur of ronnangbt will not take llni. tj tit II Otfobét preparations ire al- rendy h iiOcr way for I be event. The Chapel Kotil which In Slweys closed nl lliU (mnoq while the rojal family Is In Hi North la undergoing the i"ry alter- ations r.t tin (frrmoor. Hefnr leaving London (Bp Prlnc Royal and the Dn-rhes- nf Fife planned the i.iifllnes for the tronsseau. which will t-e atí -British In mu- I acial. alfhiMtch Kn-tn- 1i model and mo- . iM-t.-- will be employed In ts prepara- tion. I4ke the Qne thA prlnreaa Royal sud her dsnghtcr nre not ardent admirer of prevailing styles and A somewhat modified f . . rin of the present rather scanty shirt will p...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 ltU8 GRIME IN BERLIN KRMAH CAPITAL WOW TS lHH II H PAUKFST MW TORB. WÜRDER DAILY FOR FORTNIGHT They Can't Aland aa Much Grief aa Their Maten Soldiers Fear TJee or Swords May Be AboMabcd. Br The AuocMeH Press Oabtc Berlin Sept. Í7. A remarkable wave of ciime has swept over Berlin tri the paat fortnight causing one of the newspapers to comment that " Ber- lin can now compete aa the aeat of Moody crime with darkoet New Tork." There has been a murder for nearly very day during that period !n addi- tion 10 several unsuccessful attempts to commit murder. The Crimea took various forma. A house owner shot a tenant who waa moving out. The owner of a hotel of loose reputation killed an Indignant father who came to complain of hap- penings In tha house. Two women of tike working classes were killed hy their paramours. A deceived husband hot down his rival. A man murdered his aged wife with an axe as she slept. An employe of a bathing establish- ment k...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 28 September 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1913 Three More Pennants fjMSSm I n km V And your set can be complete They are going rapidly. Every- body has the fever. New Mexico and Arizona sold out but more are on the way. Send in your coupon Now. This WeeK fx ffmmmm A. ORLAHOMA ( - -M '' 36 Inches Long 15 Inches Wide Made of Best University Fef Last Week El Paso High - Clip the Coupon in This Ad Week Before Harvard THE most fascinating fad of collecting Pennants encourages adornment of the home and The Times of fers an opportunity to make a fine collection. Thousands of people can beautify the bedroom sitting room or "den" with a variety of pretty Pennants Representing the States and the Big Colleges of the Country. "NEARLY EVERYBODY'S DOIN' IT" THE Pennants distributed by the Times are not to be confused with "seconds" or imperfect banners that are sometimes given out by irresponsible concerns. The Times Pennants are the Real Article usually retailed for 75c in Novelty stores. Every ...

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