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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY OCTOBER 10 1918. SEVENTEEN is PANKHURS I COMKI88IONKR OF IMMIGRATION ALRKADT HAS PAPERS I THE CABS. Wii CONSIDER JEM TODAY Mag-jr Appeals For Woman east Pro-- Atatlnst Her Arc Received ! Washington. TV A itneioud Preu Washington. Oct It. ConmMon- . ?W" ot Immigration Csmlnettl tonight received the papera In the record of the hearing today of Mrs s.mm.llne Pankhurat by the board of special Inquiry at Billa leland. Corn il.- "lr -aminetii had directed the Mile leland authorities to forward the papers by mall aa la uaual In siieh oases but had directed also that they be expedited aa much as possi- ble. Conglder Record Tomorrow the commissioner and Acting Secretary of Labor Post will ' up the record for consideration. .iiimiMiunBr sua tonlgni that he had no Intention of holding da. irmal hearing of the case on Sun- Protest. Mil. i . -i a of the case couched In terms ranging rom legal to extravagantly sentimen- tal continue to pour In on the Immi- gration bur...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EIGHTEEN Advertising Rate Card C14RBIFIF.D LINE 8. It per nM-awt jMrtiua. e per word each I Insertions I I oo per llne-per aaoatk. No Id. taken for ta than 85 mu ut eaab moat accompany tb. arder. Display advertlalag m e.ssstfled pr. double price. No call pemltted. LEGAL ADVEET18INO. large advertising at leg. I rata. DISPLAY AD SPACE. Open flat rata waak days ser lack. win. .urn ifiternm. OUT. I.n. ....... . ..V. ............ TS. standing Display Ada par lack par M"Bin. at) nu. Contraria for larga enrócete of dlaplar aaT. apara or resrters enojen 10 uiscoum. REA Dl Nt) NOTICE. Pure reading matter earn lnatrtlea. par Una Or. a i.ocsis par line earn insertion ua. KI. PASO TIMES CO. Publishers El Paao Morning Timet Bl Pase. Teta a. phone knm rxAnmpinn Adrertlsers artsklog lo plsre SB "Areore- Biodatlon Arrnnnt Went Ad" In The Times elionld rail BOBO and ask for Miss cln.tl fled like will promptly take Ike ad orar the phone and send roa hill the follow- ing morning. Areuaata ara payable ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY OCTOBER 19 1913. NINETEEN For Sale Real Estate 21 NEWMAN INVESTMENT CO. KM Bu Aatoalo BL "BAL FSTATK. INSVKANCS. LOAMS AMD HONDB. $11.000 -Fine double flat kids. Magoffin An. MD ft. frt. ; one-tbird cssh. bal- ance aolt. tT.BW11 rm In. N. aide close lo. worth llo.ouu; twu ni-1. bal. .alt. :." ii rm. . Arisen St. liao blk. Trade tor valley land. T S.VOUU--S mi . Í bailo 2-tory km. beet blk. Ma. Ave. WIILtikl part vc. loU. bal. anil. 47ou Hnul. In. n Arl.on. St. ; MM ea.b. bal. 1 to 4 rear. W.wo-t rui. huí.. N: Kaa. bu 1100 blk. One-fourth cash bul. terms. .00 3 rm. but.. Ft Bird. Or. V. Oa third cas bal. salt. sT0 S rni. but. uaw buns. H. El Paso; SLOOO cssh bal. 1 to S y ra. 3.20U3 rm. Iim. Ba... Ad. Trad for vac- ant lota or valley land or May terms. IS.1W1-.I ra. Inn. Browu St good borne. One-third cosh bal. stltt. 3oio- u no. 2-story bin . í lota H. P. Small cash pint bal. monthly. 2.tsa fine 4 rm. hat. ear line. H. P. . bernit. yard; WW cask bul. an...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

TWENTY EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1913. DE LUXE TRAIN A DAILY 1 1 M m Where the West Begins DICKSEE AVONDALE Konttirn Paolflo Twice--Week Hpc- cm Serviré to be Operated Every Day After Nov it. r s. - mr. mrm Out where the handclasp' a little stronger. Out where a smile dwells a little longer That's where the West begins. Out where the sun is a little brighter Where the snows that fall are a trifle whiter. Where the bonds of home are a wee bit tighter. That's where the West begins. Out where the skies are a trifle bluer. Out where friendship's a trifle truer. That's where the West begins. Out where a fresher breeze is blowing. Where there's laughter in every streamlet flowing. Where there's more of reaping and less of sowing That's where the West begins. Out where the world is in the making. Where fewer hearts with despair are aching That's where the West begins. Where there's more of singing and less of sighing. Where there's more of giving and less of buying. And a ...

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

Automobiles SECTION P. EL PASO. TEXAS. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1913. PAGES 1 TO 12. Curtain Will Soon Ascend at Juarez Tip Draws Fight Gossip IMPROVE THE TRACK MM CITY WILL FLOCMRH DURr - IW THE WINTKR HKAHON. Outlook For t he Blue Rlbhon Evral of th Jockey hih I More Than I n ourHRine. General Sports I &Tr ytr: -N rr7zzr 3(1St . I CADDLB. quaint little BY BKRTBAM B Hleenv Jnarez. tho Mexican town across the Rio Grande In soon to arise from Its slumbers and assume a metropolitan aspect. The streets that are now practically d- erted will soon he thronged and the trolley cars that are utilised by a few tourist will become taxed to their Utmost Everywhere there will be A wave of prosperity that will not only sweep over the little border town but reach over El Paso and this city will become a hustling hustling business center and the heart of winter rac- ing circles. wnen the harrier shoots up Juarex Thanksgovlhg Day. Inaugur- ating one hundred or more days of racing the Pass City will ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

TWO P EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19 1913. College Elevens Show Strength-Harvard Scored on by Holy Cross HARVARD WINS ONE HOLY uoss i i i i n m it n mi TRICK l OXK-HIDKD (lAMIC. IVIncetott Tlgsr Hrld I o Ixw Hrorr Hy Sriu II-.- (HIM r Foot- Ball Hoorr. It The jtetfrrf trrn tamhrldge. Man. Oct. IS For the flnit Unir this year a football fo crosiwd thfl llrvard goal line today but while the Holy rroM team acrom- pllahed thl (!.' through a muffr-d punt they were overwhelmed. 47 to 7 Hoth tea mu made rrequent -hangr In the lineup. Three Holy Crow playera were bo badly uwed up that they had to be carried from the field- were evrntly maU-hed and displayed miinv tricks to advantage. The Catholic "cored all the point In the flret half. The trooper took a braco in the second half and held the visitors vcore.1 hut were unable to penetrate the Catholics Mu. . Or- pin layman and Wnrthlngton starred for the Catholic. Kch player made a touchdown and Baker kicked a goal. HIOH Miinui MIHH...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

j amp 1 I - ti Four (4) Can to MtmphU Tmnn. Six (6) Cars to the Statm of Washington . n i SUNNY 'ROOK WhiskíYI Tfcw Car (o Odgen Utah m ThU Car lo Waco. Tomo Tfti Car f o Galveiton Txat 7Wi Car lo Grand hland Nté. This Car to Winnipeg Manitoba Canada 7 An Car fo Little Rock. Ark This Car to Los Angele Cat This Car to Mexico City. Msxico V - - ' r r ThU Car to Fort Smith Ark. ThU Corto San Antonio. Tai M : . f MISKKV IQIMO Til Mj IBEBSS5ir7 " "zWsYLWssswsm CVTTrtRS is? 4 Record Without An During the month of September just closed 37 full carloads and 1258 other shipments aggregating 1745 barrels containing 69293 gallons and 33287 cases containing 840358 bottles SUNNY BROOK The PURE FOOD Whiskey were forwarded from our distillery This is unquestionably the largest quantity of high class whiskey ever shipped within a single month by any distillery in the world. We are accustomed to and prepared for a very large volume of business but this record is so phenomenal that a natural feeling ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19 1818. Up to the Minute Breezy News and Gossip of the Sport World FOUR P Mathewson States Giants Consider Eddie Plank the Greatest "Come Back' Hurler of AH Time Lack of Hitting the Ball Was Largely Responsible for Defeat of the National Leaguers. Hi CHRISTY ITHKWftOfl. IMar I'M. a. r ml the Otarte. After the Athletics had dftl th- Oíante for the world's . hnmplonshlp In ISt 1 1 the trail- of ouric of Ihe players on ths two rlubs crossed in St i ni tha following spring whlla they were on their wa south for the train- In trip. USllloa Barry and "Danny" Murphy wrr standing In the lobby of the Plantara' Hotel talking ahop" hy way of kllllna lime whlta waiting for tlie train. "Joah" Devore bustled up to I he coup and did not recognise Jark" Brr Joah.' MM - Had - Murray "you know 'Ja-k' Rarr nf the Athletlca. don't vouT' "How ahould I know him ? an- severed 'Joah.' aver faat with tha lomrhark "I never sol as far aa eee-.-nd hn.ee during the world'a...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY OCTOBER 19 1913. FIVE P Dramatic By FHBDRRICK F. HTIIRADRR. Bp srrl Hire to The 7 ..... . New Tork Oct n nirrnu on the heel of thr opening of the new shnbert Thaatre by Forbes-Robertson. como( that of thr new Booth Theatre under the management of Wfnthrop Ames which opened ltn doom to the publte oVi Thursday eve- nini $tth Arnold Bennett's "Th Great Advenrure." Mr. Ame is !- tutted of taking advantage of a part of capitalist who tiome time aso an- nounced that they were prepared to dedicate a new playhouse to the mem- ory of the Ute Rdwln Booth as a inntne to the genius of the greatest American actor; hat as thla la only a matter of name the controversy Is not provoking much acrimony. Th? . new Booth playhouse adjoining; tho mniheri In the rear of the Hotel As- tor and ta one of the most beautiful theatres In New York. Another opening thla weak occurred on Mon- day when 'Her Little Highness" a musical cjomedy by Wolf and Pollock musk by I : ulna Id DeKo...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

1 I CHRISTMAS GIFT GIVING CAMPAIGN I Campaign Starts MONDAY Ocfofrer 20tó Campaign Cose; WEDNESDAY I I i December 24th I ñ Thousands oí Dollars In Prizes To Be GIVEN AWAY M ' - ABSOLUTELY FREE : : By &e A Gigantic Election Covering' El Paso and Surrounding' Territory. The persons to win the mag- nificent awards to be selected by popular ballot of Times Readers and friends of contestants PRIZES AGGREGATE OVER $8000 j Grand Capital Prize Five-Room Calif ornian Bungalow Value $4000.00 Situated in Morning' Side Heights Addition Country Club District Built by the "High Standard" Home Builders PERRY-KIRKPATRICK RE Capital Prize for City Mr-.-- i 1914 Model B-25 Five Passenger Fully Equipped Buick Touring Car Self Starter Demountable Rims Electric Lights Speedometer. Delco Ignition System. Value $ 1 1 20. Purchased from Stockard & Church International L ' ALT Y m 5 I iy s. i 1 tp ii m i 1 ' UK Capital Prize for Out-of-lówn Auto Company. Prizes to be Awarded in El Paso To Be Awarded...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY OCTOBER 19 1913. For Motirists News of Autos EIGHT P "HIS" BMC1 NAKKK MKTONn TRIP OVER KACI 0017K8K. imiVK.lt IIITdllX.S 18 HATlKt'lKI). BUICK MUE A GREAT RECORD IIm- Taken 1-iK. In Many I mil. Agalnat Worthy Contenders. J. W. sm-k.nl mu Made firint Klitmlng Kvrry detall ha be' n ' ampleled (n the preparing uf the Tune. Bul.;k for the Kl Paao-Phoenra rmid race. This big car ha never In H ixlMtemc h.td such a thorough overhit tiling l.vtt.t tsnka for k - hihI oil and h i umplelA et of lh- Miller tiren III i - arrlwd with the car. Tlrf trouble i- urn- nf 4hc handicap that ha canned many sVpd driver to come lute lo l.-nrf. Iur0. nd Driver John límenlas In taken precaution to TIMES' BUCK KK.UIV ion THE m HIsT that the market affonlx In week the Bulck waa again rear me reno na rar aa i " mint na and hla man made hatter Kan on the previous trip and ahowed itp to a murh better e . Thla waa the last trip 'tie -III be given until the final nade. ta le ao anxious...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

Hi EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY OCTOBER 19 1913. NINE P M flÉ ALWAYS IMPROVING KACB YEAR SEEN NEW FEA- TIRKN IN AITTO8. Krrrj Hnuon It Un a If Laet Word "nl Hit Katd Bnl Better Modrlii Appear. Princeton Football Squad of 1913 Turns Out Fast and Aggressive Varsity Eleven Not alnce fore-doora burat upon the motoring world hava inch radical chancer heen mada aa characterise the in cara now being rapidly an- nounced. Progression In motor-car ilosignlng and building travala In wavaa. At one tima running boarda were encumbered with much and many trappmga. Oaahea were cover- in by oil-read gauges and other de- vice Rod land atrapa from wnd- ahleld and top extended toward the front of the car. Then the "bucket" daah It waa called appeared. Run- nlng boarda were cleared of ohatruc- tloni. The aim wa to have a daah clean of any attachment. Again the wave twung the other way. Rod and atrapa were abolished daahea again carried many device Oapollne tank were hung at the rear and' onerated by ai...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY OCTOBER 19 1913. For Motorists fgSSSSm News of Autos TEN PHOENIX ROAD RUGE FINAL ARKAVfiKMKNTB FOR BIO " KVKXT BKINC; COMF1 ICTKI. .river Are Qanlirylns sml Are Tun- ing their Machine Many I (m. in Kiier-lnl. cots In crowded hotels and wait for i i- ). in dlnlnjf rooms and reatan -ranta The rare follower will have berth accommodations aod a diner will be carried on th special. GASOLINE ROW A rarload of Bulcka were unloaded Inat week by the Internaron) Auto company. Final 4rranaem'-m for the Rl rso -Phoenix rood race sr- be I nit eom- filet imI end the evnl promt" to b one of th mom sutwsaful aver utaa- cl In the weal. There will bo n in't- Inaj of tho Kl Paan Auto elub a f-w dnys prior t" tbn datr- set for the run- ning off lile rare ni which several minor d'Mll will be tranact'-d. :hnlrman Hoberi H Itlnehiirt. of the epel rommliti-f. Mste tht ho I ronfldi nt tliul from thirty to thirty Mr ran will Mart. Already twent erven rem have bern entered and are...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

ELEVEN P For Motorists EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1913. BORDERLAND ROUTE MIDLAND M M AKKH TRIP OVKK mm 1M IN SMALL DK. THOITKIt. Worst KlrrU'li of (lie Ntm rumos Hlchnuy Man Through iIm- Mam- moth Wanli of latm-rlal Vallejr. Pegouding With Pegoud Aerial Acrobat; He's Coming to America to Startle Us Bti Hfln ial Wire to The Timn Midland. Tex.. Oct. 1. The rcrrnt imthflndlng irlpa of Wcatgard and Korguson over the Borderland and All- Smithern highway and over the an- tral route through Colorado Utah and Nevada have aroused i:r.'in Interest and enthusiasm among the -people along thec routes as well an unions; the touring puhlic who are anxious for the. development H of better through routcK. While many experi- enced drlverw have been over these routes a comparatively small propor- tion of the average motoring public have driven over the entire distance most people shipping their 'para through the worst places. The recent trip of J. M. Jem I Hon a Midland auto owner over...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

TWELVE P ONFIDENTIALLY SPEAKING r5F 1 1- "' n- " ""V. U . -Hr I I r fV Gar -to AMt t AWb -mr 9LUMP r AMts -rwKx tvK-tX f am Those -nwo - -mRe's " sJ "tt MYseiF-iT ws ptifuc ?Í5 Uü I!MJ5r PRof s.T tóois iuKiU. .VOMerres ujTTH tot SOME oevmMexi J WOl tM X ifts Border Guards Are Well Fed and Clothed By Uncle Sam Commissary Serviré Is Generous and Government Doesn't Shrink I rom Spending Thousands Monthly on Men and Animals Used in Upholding Prestige of the Flag at America s Southern Gateway. i Mv H'-i i rn in I I. ifi- III lile "l"H K ll T II Itllfrf Hppflltl' n Interestlne; latín V the I' H. ..ml it's itl In lnlt a mss .-i n(itei huur i i Ik. i MhIiHm Un sun 'uní .hi ni f 1 I Ik MffhiiiHh. H- ll rir.' I' II' ' I mi. ml. ti i in n and i ill Karli Ktimi i inn hlv lakii an tHtii ' I Ik lr stecils fill Itlte luirán i rid em In lh i ihf vlrlnlty "T imk nf cjindl- Iiik ihrnne himI I'll ni n a lid t a U'1 i ai a moment's ni iH 'hill trnuns 1 K I'MHII llUP IfK lieSS .Mill IMV enlist try in he...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

COMIC - SECTION KL PASO TEXAS SUNDAY OCTOBER 19. 1913 THE BAKER'S MAN COMES TO DOLLY'S AID "Today's my birthday" Dolly says; "we ought to have a cake. Out springs an elfish-looking man; in baker's clothe he's I've got the things to make it with but don't know what to "To make a cake for you" he says "is easy I'll be glad! 7 clad. "I'm Pat A. Caik the baker's man. Ill bake you a cake as soon as I can. p. i cu - - j "Prick it and pat it and mark it D. D. And put it in the oven and bake it for three" r - - :- ikA Wk -: a. He sets to work the cake to make and promptly puts it in to "But not too much! When bread you break remember foi bake ; your stomach's sake. It's done and ready in a shake. And "Now." he says "well For one that dies of brain disease a thousand die of belli all partake. gerent activity in the region of the epigastrium."

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

i BELw- : ... w f ' i COMIC SECTIOX GASOLINE GUS HEARS SOME GOOD NEWS K i . . ' WEU.-BtFORf YOVlR UNCLE LEFT) Tr'i ic Z-N I ' - "" 1 HHeüWE0MeLatT "ÍÍ (IWONTTOPTO ANO NOVWAReYOO ffSZ lH' ! 1 ETCH A i w COIN TO 1

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

- I ResiüN ) 1 Tl WAILIli'' IJkfliS-Stll 1 nirt? uiPiTYfci k JL I W t 4 i wl i i - um un i ia i iiu' uiceer ta ' iuur u rr 'l i' i IwM lS j I I lj ? ?irm Usnriir1 P why the Sam Hecrt I I i 2 7T) 1 -í . 4

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES . 'v'3 ' k ' ' ' ti uí rd :' .; ( e - ri - . o ' I. i wit li i . y 'iiii i: i i p. : ..t . . . i . i- . r sn mi A III!' ti. I" .l "I I ' ' I . I I I 1 . r .1 ' I V n-rlt'eii "ii luí" with In H i'itlir -r niii'-liilii- einln ot.l.-ey A Llur. i. i.-h p...... ;. ' i .- .i r ivltcn lp in!t iinrl Daniel luelilc chi h IuiimI or t.imi-r emhrimt- v unmi.! .. i 1 1 n .i t- i .. i i - Viiion. I lona al school r ""' Ir'.l.l ' 11 ullili iliftiti : ul liltr kinii.ii.i .:... i -n l'..n u ti. t na :if itt.i...i ' ' '" " "'. ; '1' ... i ll for m In. ni iiml i-i- i.r' f. N .1. lint Tub Frocks All the Year Round in Warm Houses- Velvet Makes the Prettiest Dress-Up Coat and Bonnet-Wée Scotch Lassies in Plaids- Silk and Wool Lansdowne for Dressy Frocks IV'KRi mother realizes the com-i run amuller m n:zes than high-priced fort anil convenience of having one. It '! also u.tunlly Letter econ- . .hll.lr.n-. "iiralilnn mil of 1 OIIIV to LllV Ule L'lllUI .1 I1"W coat each Xrf the way ear...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 19 October 1913

EL PASO. TEXAS SUNDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1913. Oreat AVIATION MEET AT EL PASO OCTOBER 24th 25th and 26th Friday Saturday and Sunday Ask Your Agent tor the Excursion Rates tor the Big Event See Miss Katherine Stimson Fly Over El Paso See Her Do the Turkey Trot in Mid Air The Most Marvelous Exhibition oí Flying In the Air Ever Shown In This Section Expert Men Aviators and Miss Stimson The World's Greatest Woman Flyer Will Be Seen In the Air on These Dates In the Famous Cartiss Bi-planesthe Most Suc- cessful of All Air Craft. ÉMM -.aaiaWi B I H 1 bBwv bH I ' " val ÁsíbI ílí31 Daring young aviatrix who had such a. narrow escape from death by the fall of her aeroplane at Rocky Point L. I. Miss Law was in have appeared at ihe Aviation Meet tn be held under the auspices of t he Morning Times at Cine- cue Cark October 24. '.'." and 2ti. Her place will be taken by li-s Katherine Stimson of the flying stall of ilie Cur- tis Exhibition company. Given Under the Direction of the El Paso Morning Times ...

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