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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

BINGVILLE BUGLE ADVERTISE IN THE BUGLE DONT BE A TIDEWAD I I Pay up your back subscription to the i eat jlltai ta aaB ar m? D im was ta bar aaartktak THKN TUT A Af Burle A Una fin a long -frit want on our part We Cast Ram Pint Ones Hew WITH US. ad ml Am Ca. AaVertlttnf rates papar on Hot Ak and Cold Pota P. . M-mrm ara aa la lana sha i ttrcaUtalon Imlathlon books or pen to xr an fiy -a-o tst jxra YOUTX HAFT TO TAKE OUR UK WORD Knal aaa aaly aaaiaaaw ia tab m :rmm i imu i i I 1am flw (ÍAeeffe. Shop Is. closfflikCr I tie .$ets a Hfcv razor " ' 1 Ifilil 7m 11 Nil IFVwU '! iJiWI WW! I n II L.J lkm : r-rnc -d i i I : in kiim M .hi. ' HLI .i i .mh i m m mi HBi 1 a . 1 1111 nAnt Kettle FINDS JilS HfNS1 WNtrT mi I I Rl IA! f DiOTDa it. 1VtT8C I WW. 'V". H'M I 'StmLM 1. y OALUl?v v Cll? TA.IÍ NTf 0 TONSÓR'AL AtT APVf Hl.Nf $ A Wkl 1 ! IHÜ DlfltiilLUl DUÜLC I mnn munnuTn nnnrn Tna Laadlna Papar at tha County b t la h t . Braaay .BeUleeaa Bu tliug 5 wt a Mr nttta aa lawn an miaow mm Sf (inarla...

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

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

OMIC SECTION KATE AND KARL SOLVE A DOMESTIC PROBLEM . . . I 1 i if I A fí KATE AND KAni WHILE don't UKZ CHILDREN- M YiaiTIN&ME YOU wrLL WE MUST &T - - - A STRAY CAT WRECKS WILLIE'S ROLLER-SKATE CONTRAPTION HO MOVtLMKT . tf5?& SK I CAM &t LEC ORTRAItlt&TD NU1E WILLIE. wETirSHOUSfc- E.VI50H sniTH fAT. i : gpT I B(1U TOMM V Of mmt vu it ifM that W wi fe wkm I rem nUtr luto hrtmnl to Ihrm. Well. 1 Mé Urn uuiit Sammy Wt hilH-l Mw Hit W. aalkak uaf al ngbl. I wrrrknl H oitl' Mi tkcm fur Jubmy J.t .d ha little biWhcf Touri. rtc WILLI K. - i'l; i ' J -1 I

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

I 5 11 - - . COMIC SECTION JERRY MACJUNK GETS SOME HEALTH ADVICE n i - r- I h-&Brf eeuiMQ wen I j platvtcns otft the egkt i.üNS-"HEMn k mi. awyi&ooy nko SLEEPS' ON 1 I LGf UP I MC SCSW PAINS mc LETT BEU0JS VTbOO AU-Tdl BL HkMCH. TVyCT HA(T PUTS tffll I MiCNEClNC. tMEW J D c C0UR9T Suft H Voua DiOEirreMwwsroM-- THE MILLION-DOLLAR KID GETS ACQUAINTED Ssm! look hIBeTTT-V SSh' she -5uRI? A-T PREAM I KNOW WHO SHE 'S SOME QüEeV) f IROPED A ' ' I- s . ' " i " I I . B- kmc xep; r bah YbuaT --r " v To ir l"' oT j wio.ss ín ( l "AW. SHUT UPP ' ' ' - M

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1913. ELEVEN PROPERTY DOUBLES r The Utmost in Custom Tailoring at $18 $20 $25 $30 $35 up to $42.50 When you become a Royal Tailored Man you leave behind all the clothes vexations you have had in years gone-by. You "part company" with mis- fits. You kiss goodbye to bungling workmanship. You bid farewell to all such ails as shrinking goods splitting seams sleazy linings cotton covered woolens and coat-fronts and neck-bands that are too bashful or -too snobbish to cling close to your body. In fact you say: finish I 'Au Revoir forever I" to all faults of fabric fashion or For a Royal suit is all true all thru. All pure untampered wool not in part but in absolute full. And guaranteed to be free of imperfection either internal or external throughout the entire life of the suit. Have you been thinking about a new suit or overcoat for Thanksgiving Day which will dawn November 27th Thursday of course and you have only just sixteen more days in which...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

TWELVE EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. it t Laughs Galore Thrills A-plenty4n"0fficer 666" W;R ' ' ' - I SSlsl HlatW ' U thta tbe Iraik ou west. aorT' A meet aanslag gXSa SZ- - VÍH I TBI ta Act 3 of "Officer 066." Uw melodraaiatie faros JKtESPj jH K"- I i I that has acorad the graatett snccu of any pUy sees oa 9 atBBBBaBaatea f 'j B mrlC" 'U' Jffc. riotfeliciaU Ik ffn tnm) r Zafl KSoRr?rH fc p J it 01 Bi Ut tinea la an anna. Hthe rery art of cntun toa SH B M MáaaaaaJ ) V 'f rV N. -CT fm Act of "Officer Wo-'J Hpriceleaa palntlnga from Ml 1 Jgj I - I " ' s y Mthelr fraraaa One of tha HI í j H B Jataai L fl HQa- I Kjl lBaaaaaaVv anaanaanaanaanÉ aaV ñ Laaaaaaaaaai fc7 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai VV W Biff HKv r aaaaaPBBafcL Ám ' . ( ;. '' V MJU jBaaafl Wk B aW .. TH M& V I aL -""tlÜZAB íirt rAwBaB B Mr a' r BaBfc!s JaaaaWaV LaaW fiaaain tkMa-Jaa B EwC wk- r-9 i MMaT aaV aB ABBtf Ba VvQÍB aaaaaaaaa i H ÍBL )ips8 BBaISa9 f. .. 73 Baav m WL vSJH Ktafl Bf riawn ' Ht Y llrTo' -...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING . TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8 1913. THIRTEEN ' ( I J Gossip of Society MRS. ÍOIOA A. SHARP Sortet. THAT tímtíK OKAP OT Ml NR. To feel hit little hand In mine. so dinning and so warm. To know he thinks me strong enough to keep him eafe form harm. To ee hla simple faith In all that I can say or do It sort o' hames a fellow but It makaa him better too. And I'm trying hard to be the man be fancies me to be. Became I have this chap at homo who thinks the world of me. I would not disappoint his trust for anythlnjc on earth Nor let him know how little I "Jes" naturally am worth. But after all. It's easier that brighter road to elttnb. With the little hand behind me to posh me all the time And I reckon I'm a better man than what I used to be. Because I have this chap at home who think the world of me. Unknown. Joint Birthday Party. Mines Julia Kelly and Mabel Cun- ningham entertained with a Hal- lowe'en party Friday night at the home of Miss Kelly " II Brown street i he occasio...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

FOURTEEN EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1913. One of Society's Favorites mnnr js swhí tv m i in Islked. danced and air heartily of the .....n. (hat war so bountifully sup- plied. A Ions. Ions tal.la. al which all could alt. held heap and heaps of frtilta. nula candles cakea and red -cheeked apple rhrystanthe- muma and autumn leaves wer. tha iler.. rati ina. Tha cavalry hand furnished tha mualo to which In little muquí- radara danccl so merrily and during the mini. it after which all khtdn of gemea were played and never saga auch a r I time enjoyed. Nina luck came all ton non for the merrymaker to hasten home for that la the hour that the witches are on the lookout for Utile people who atay out In In Lieutenant K. H Brett gave a din ner last night at thi- Country club for Mrs. nam walker or in linn. tsj who Is a holme guest of Major and Mrs. Davidson or rort miss Tho fucila were: Major and Mrs. Nelson riavidnon. Dr. and Mrs i'h.itteii mm Hudson. Lieutenant Andrntvs. Lieu ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUND 7 NOVEMBER g 1813. FIFTEEN Hanson and Herrick Matched for a Twenty Round Battle Two Of the Baa Bovm In Tlwlr Wv Non Will Mm at i or noMUMr 93 lYrtlantnary Cnl Br AnnoanreU i a talcr la(c. Ittni on the Will riShl fan of ha Pm nty Will h9 sjrar.ly nttrrH to learn that Man- aver Oonaalas of th Inlnrnallonal Ath latir flub pan alffnad Vic Hanaon tha Halt Lar Hear Cat and Jak Her rick tha Kawanaa Ttvar for a t-nty-rnund hout to b Miagad Mi the ovar- t he-rival irana on tha aftarnoon of Sot. tt. Article for the even were Ntgnrd at Juaraa last availing and both pus wlO at onea atart activa tralnlnii fur tha flM. Hun son In In the ptnk of condition luvinr Juat arrived from Joplfa. Mo. whara ha fought a fifteen round draw with Jeff Clark the niaek Ohoat. who won a- ona-atded flaht with Rufa Cam- arón the Pan Francisco boxer some months ago. Thoaa who know .Tack Harrlck know that the Illinois boy Is alwaya In the piffle of condition He will hnwevn. take no ehaneea ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

SIXTEÍEN EL PASO MORNING TIMES. LUNDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1013 Many popIt pe mist In riillntt on the sti t - Ht-s Insufficiently protected by riot hi nr. They start out perhaps In the heat of the day and do not feel the need of wrap. The rapid tnovlns; of ihe mr coots the I tody unduly. When they hoard the rar perhaps they ar slightly perspiring- When the tmdv Is In this ootid. t inn It Is easily - lull. A This Is naerlally true when a person Is sit- ting BoRinnlns; a strent. car ride In- Ihe middle f thf day ami i nding It In the venina; almost tnvarl.ilily requires extra wraps but poplr do not ob- wrvo these precautions hence they catch cold. Colds ara ver)' frequent In the autumn on this account and as the nutumn advance hey do not decrease. Purina- th autumn month no one ALWAYS TAKK WKAPH W ITII VOV. ahould thtnh of riding on the car with- out being provided with a wrap. A cold caught in the autumn Is Hable lo last through the nntlrn win- ter. Oreat caution ahould be observed st this s...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

- 1 i ' . . . . ' '-i! mi tviímb i.im.'j - - - ' '-s!!iaaml Robbeiry of Dominion Bank of Canada 0w I to Iom ap til bunk bat not to liwk th r lsrsl M Iht in.U. faeu rtMUng Ike robkerg of fk 0t rnMtn Bank of Cm M IVihm Obi. A MS 000 i tai alca arse fot f pretested (o psHie. Ta New l (oM . Georg 8. Doeekerl. Hee- owg 0Mr rolle Oaiaaiuvn end (k iirtci fksrp ol .Veio Ver dlsí Deterfiw BY OEORQE 3. DOUQHERTY exrand Cxput? Paite Commissioner t Nw Toril CUr lOeoSTürkl. trn u ito X. Trl BmM o n tnroi lo m asas; Na Cmiiiiiiiin ATT'RDAT morn ing. Anean S. 1 7 C. H Baño cashier o( th branch of the Do minios Bank of Canada at Na pana. Ontario en dearored to opan tba va. ilt In tha bank bat foaod that tba lock did not work. Wltbout fortbar axamlna tlon ha concluded there tu only temporary lock difficulty and borrowed money from tha Pacific Bank. In tba name villa with which to conduct the day' business Later In (he day. discovering portion of the wooden partition eat open In the back of the bank ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EIGHTEEN EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1918. Advertising Rate Card CUMIPIKD I.INKBA. le pet word each taaarlUin. Ar jir word- tut u 7 InatrMoaa. Il.w--pr imp i'pr moatb. No ad. inVni for l.aa lhaa S enta. aa4 c.I tnott acrotntiaa the order. lilapla ad.enlatna; on claaalfled paa. doable prlea. No eula pamltted. LEGAL AhUBTIMNII Ltl adv.rtl.ln at lt(a rale. DIRPI.AV AD. BPACE. One" "l rule. eek dora par loe roiumti nlrle. erh Insertion Home ftuattara each loatrtloa. The. Klaudln lla.la; Ada par In. I. per mouth. . Contra'ta for Ursa au.it.-ata or dlaplay Ada. apace or readera er.Mect to dlaeoual. BltADINll NOTICB. Pure reailloc matter atcb Inaertlon. par Une. JV. Urala. per line each Inaertloa. 1V--I. PAHO Tl SIKH CO. Pabllahera El Paao Mormna Timet. El Paao Teiae. advert! Si rs wishing tOfriteg SD "Aceoia- tiodatton Account Wsnt A3' In The Times hould call BOtW and ask for Miss eisael- Jhwd. She will pnmptly tab the ad over the phone and send tou a bill the follow- ing mo...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

NINETEEN Hese Pages Make the Clearing' House of the Southwest EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1913. For Sale Real Eatate - mu? TESA untó? mvr. Will trade Kant Texaa nrnnartv fnr El Pmü property and pay orna rash difference. JAY F. KNOX. 201 Mill et. Phona 141. MKS LAND TO TPinr. Mena of grnrln: land and some caah to trade- for Kl Paao income property of any kind. JAY K. KNOX. 20 Mill M. Phona 841. 20 I .OTP. within city limita of La Cm- caa. near water work. Will trade Mir for small honae or lota and might pay (toma difference la cash. Address I C care Times. WK HAVE 20 arres all In Martlett peara. I. 4 and 2 years old In spring. In aplandld con- dition. 3 room house not vary food full complement of toola and farm Im- plement wagon team. hack buggy saddle harness etc. Pronta an county road On mnin ditch and la ao perfect. Ir level that It will Irrigate either wav. Alan large pumping plant. Ownar find- It necesfsrv to leave and will Mil on V Kit Y fnvi.ri.hle terms or will...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

Weawí TWENTY ELJPASOMORNING TIMES SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1813. Give Me a Chance to Cure Your Rheumatism rnrr This photograph r IxCdtmtMiillr shows th. tsrrlble effects of RHEUMATIIM In Mr. Delano's MM Toti. who havs .uff.red th. tortures can Malty Imagine th. racking pain ha andured. Whan only a youth rheuraall.hi hr nw chronic with him and hie Jolnte vara ao dlatortod and swollen thai ha waa n.arly helpless. Ha triad medicine of every d.ecrlp- tlon ven lia bottloa of ona rem- edy but nothing did mora than to give him HUM temporary ro- ller. He tried doctor and .pec- lalteta by tha acora with no bat- tar reinita. At Mat. after apeadlng tlO.tOO and eafferlng untold agony for thirty-alx yea ra ha dlaeoyered a remedy whloh curad him and I want to aand every rheumatlam sufferer a Free Package Don't aand any monay Ifa free. A letur will bring It promptly. Than If 1 have proven lhat all of my claims ara truth- ful tell your friends of thla great dlacovary. Kvery day loat maana ona more day o...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

f 1 ? ag0 P0immflim i ' I Automobiles General Sports EL PASO. TEXAS SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. SECTION B PAGES 1 TO 6 Flight to Juarez Has Been Started By the Eastern Horsemen I? OUTLOOK IS BRIGHT II FASO ASSUMING MKTKOPOD- ITA1K ASPKtTT TOR MKF.CTNU. Many Notable Turfmen I mm Ijatoula and Intel are Sending Horses to Thi- City. this wlntw I M. n. Farmer who ha engaced a car to be attached to tho apeclal train that will leave Latonla. Mr. Fanner haa been racing hie bornes In the SSaat daring the summer months with much success. W. E. Phillips will also ship his horses here. He owns Isabella Valle one of the moat consistent runners In the Blast during the see eon. Jamea Butler who has his horses at Saratoga has Informed Cot Matt Winn that ha will ship his string to J nares. These horses will be In charge of Trainer K. C. Benson. The Butler stable constate of some promising two year olds and several yearlings. There will probably be several other Kmplre mate stables shipped hero during th...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8 1913. Thousands Will See Giants and White Sox Play Wednesday Oil C.I r Ki II I Tit- .hut nnu .wild III! I Mm. . l.i. a Siso 1 HIM toK.tn IPllKlt r'lien insde pnlltk nil tl Ilrr.se Kelly '"1 Kjl.r ii rj otat ssd u. w i 'ii. H. T. i in i M- J ft U. "fur p favor of plsl for s; Anal divorce M tn It-..(.ir K & Mill .1.1 0. Ui Vult on The 1 suit on' MAIH Victoria VILL Nartln'a hVilt KeleHta ANDV Anerrn WOO! tO I i ; 1 1 CAST. do to a I'M: i. row to I No l A.: Too. Ne. ltf Talma a Mr.. Pome i.Worknd ' rlllMKt '.thine - Mltutlun A US. With 6S1' sustslrtll thoug-h -h rban "Thj( tack asVc unabls I witter. "Tha ' from 6 . f i- idly f Wf-re til Urupo-K 'In hi .tood ar fleah an work al at night .tlon ihi Orspa-W "It is rr..hd. toned u : ' .1 'I hki-leton this tin (rupe-N Xnitie i -reek 1 WrlMUe aim " B r MU .DM 3 ausB: PLAYERS PRACTICE IXM AI IIAKEBAI.I.IHTH TO .HUN IN. invite World - Taurine Tnum to Travrl In stvh Knit Kale Huh Born Very large. When i...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. 'g J .' . ' 7" assasssssassMssggggsssssassssssssaggssssaasssgjsjps Edna May Witt Return to Stage in Vaudeville KIk- l.els tAA.OOO for TwrMi) sVrvlift milting It. II. Dtavi' "WtrtV El Paso Tent & Awning Co. Manufacturen of AWNINGS SHADES CURTAINS AND TENTS A FULL UNE OF CAMP SUPPLIES. H. J. COLLINS. Mgr. 312 S. El Pmo St Phone 2044 Cotton Seed Meal and Ws ara hsadqusrtsrs for ths abova ásela pnce by Ratal) Rtnre: 106 N. Stanton W. D. WISE HIGH GRADE MKRD. URAIN FAIR BASIS ASKED RAILWAY COMMISSIONER OF COUNTRY IN ftKMHON. Max Thcloii of California Drllvrrs Keynote Address He snggr-is Radical Chances In Method. t'nin rt Presi Washington D. C. Oct. JO. "A st and nolcntlflr baala for the ealab- hment of public utility ratea par- culnr .lUcmfmi ti lnn valué." waa lie subject of. an addresa by Max helan rommlentoner and attorney California railroad commission at o annual meeting of the National gslclatlon of Railway Commissioners ire today....

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

-y EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. NOVEMBER i r. i.. .'. -: v For Motorists News of Autos Charlie Stevens Will Start the Racers on Their Long Grind Lveryth.ng in Readinea. for the Derby Event Which Will be Run W TÍ - - - I A a a A IS: Off on the Morning ol November many wagers re oemg Made -El Pascan to Visit Phoenix. ij . w 'a " itkl r - u jñ 0 ... noli sí .Ir. Krl fl( n Kyl ii I.nd M. 11. fsr f:l if (or K roui ma lei uno pe hit ';. Un lo. .Ni I) lmi .1.11 M B.- Ai divo M H milt TI suit M VI. t. VI Nuri M Mi . A Aim Wi lo t C4 o ti Pl row No A No l-aln rclui upon and jiolnt And ' 8o murk event thing atttut A 1 with) HIlHlU thouj he .1 ..T ta. k unabj wutet f i. .ni r i Idly. WITi 1 np fond íli ah -worlr at all . tina rp Tt fr-sh tortee H-ire kk Hila ' leel Wall. eng." Kr une ra t (utar standing in front of the racers the cutouts of which will he bsrklnk with Impatience. hrll tftevens will ralee a red fias above hi head Tuesday morning promptly at 5:4 and ! max It. which will be n sif...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. 5 B JVeu;s of Autos LONÍi O ASOTANE ROW iMr.mini'i me munuKcr or the com- pany re. elved u earluad of lord last 111.n1.u11v und disposed of the entire allotment Hnturday morning. The uiihsrdsun Motor company acanta for the aiudebsker. are expect- ing a rnrload of machines within the next few days. The company has been experlenrlnn much troubla In securing sufficient number of cars in meet y maim. pnssed through this city last week with his family en route home after spendlng the -summer months around the Great Lakes He drore a Cadillac. the The Trl-Slale rnmpany sold the fol- 'SlIIIK 1 1 w--li;i KHenser chth InMt week: r. J. M. Ket.hersld. J. D. Gllreuth Willi!. lll Ik. 1 T I-1 n.l lie. i. . . . i oner. The Trl-Ktnte Mi.tor company sold y W. D. Newton of I .us t'ruces a flve- aastsnaer Ford last week. The International Auto company ex- oects a irlond nf Almlitt-Itetrolt cars The Ford uffent at Alamos-ordo sold two flve-iiaiincnger tourin...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 2 November 1913

B P EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 1913. BIG LEAGUE Inter scholastic Athletics is Urged By 'Varsity Director Believes That the Boy and Girl Attending the Public School Should Have Regular Exercise During the Term Will Seek Co-operation of the Teacher Class Competition i Advocated. BY UATTVr GOSSIP I !' in 7.1 I 1.1 M In to .1. 1i K 01 ! M u M U a. r f 1 IK ih Ik 9 CHRISTY MATHEWSOff TOtOMÍíTJ'ÍTAllPITIirHe Hy CHRINTY . M ATHKWHOl The (slant' htnr IMlclicr. The u Inlet trading hi begun. After each regular eeneon ihe niar arc bw spped round in the newspaper and they generally appear In the same uniforms again the next year with fi few rare exception. This time Konetehy la coming to the Giants for Merkle. Hersng nnfl Rnodgraas ac cording l report from all aoiircea except Medra w. ui course Mac never mentions a deal until It la put through. In relHtton to thin trade I know two fhliiKtt. MHíniw has thought of Kn etchy from time to time (termine he i a great IhiII pyer mid all m...

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