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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

THREE B CHARLTON REFORMS Leaders of the Harvard and Princeton Elevens in Yesterday's Game BOY riTH MURDERER MlOTOtJrl D MYSTERY TO JAILERS. They Rave Grown Fond of Him and Trent Him With EsU-aordlnary ix-jrar or Cinldwilon. EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1918. By HENRY "WOOD. By the I'nltev Pram. Coma. Italy Nov. s. Porter Churl- ton son at Judge Charlton i ala clammate and intimate (rland t for mer President Tuft awaiting trial a r for the murder of hla wife tor meny aMry Scott Castle I mo is already a reformed man. Thin is not only the firm conviction of the orison authorities who have hlra in charca but this was siso the Impression inada when Charlton was visited by the .united press correspondtnt unasr special permission from the Minister ul Justice. Under this reformed aspect young i narjion is proving a profound no tery to. hla Jailers and the Judicial authorities generally. Short In stat- ure with light hair blue eyes and pals face he gives no outward uvl utnee of t...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1913. For Motorists ÜSi fe News of Autos FOUR B B01HGLOSEDCAR 1 it I i DE f.tTJlE 18 THK PKOP:il i M I n. NOWADAYS. A horn AngcW BwIwimi Man Ha W.vnI iIm- frnMcm off Comfort- Mr i i svcl by AnUmioblIr. That It in now not only pesalbte but anny to mak a motor trip across t.i continent In i cloned car bus j..t bron demonstrated ov J. W. Catron h Lo Angdr marhlnry contractor. Mr. Catron and hla party are now at Hochmrter 'N. Y attending a fam- ily reunion und h wedding celebration. They arrived after fhelr trip from lxa Angelen with a report of -de luxe travel that baa anmad the envy of all who have heard It. "My wife and 1 have always main- tained that a one-compartment closed cgr would Ire 'deal lor such a trip." an til Mr. Catron. "We bought our atudebakar Hedau In the spring tried It out in California and found it fully up to our hopea. We laid out h schedule calling for 103 miles a day. and atHrted. the ere being composod of Mra. Catron my...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

FIVE B 'or Motorists News of Autos EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER . 1813. iPARKS FROM MO TORDOM Bus to lark of cm there were few reported during the put week cal dealers. tie Klchardaon Motor company has over the sauncy for the Pack- pleasure cars tul motor trucks. mmwir has for some time been local distributing agency for the debakcr cmrs. jTbe Packard Is ooo of the bast stan- spl ears on the market and Is a Sat favorita In the Southwest. A Packard won the 60-mlle rao at Jua- ras I.'eroratlnn Day. being driven by Jahn Huchtns. driver of the Morning Tunas Bulrk In the Kl Paso-Phoenls rond race. Mr. Richardson Is expect- k carload shipment within a short is International Motor company for the Uuick csrs. received n ran Rnmint.ni wn rn wmh n uuru irday. Many of the machinen have sold. Che Richardson Motor company erday unloaded a carload ship nt of Htudebaker cars. Two of the Ignment hove been disposed of. he Trl-State company local agents ' the r"ord. expects three carloads o...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

SIX B EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1813. Southwestern Social News MARATHON. TK.X. fty Time Sprofol i ftrmpomdmt ( Marathon Tu. Homar Cochran han ratvrned from an rxtonflrd btisl- nom trip through -tito oajrt. Qaorare Miller la visiting fiiendr In Ban Antonio. Mr. and Mm V T. French and daughter. Willie Ma)' ai-companlort by Mrs. Gould vlsltod Mr. and Mr wadln on the raneh Rundav. A. 8. Oacr of Ran Antonio la In Marathon looking after hla business Interests. Charlie Burnham Is In from hie Chtaoa mountain ranch visiting hie olstor. Mra. Todd. Jim Manning returned Monday In hla new Bttick from Houston end Pallns. where he has been visiting for eome tima. Miss Bird Parker of Valentine l visiting friends and relatives In Mara thon. Miss Wansa Hsrmon Is visiting her sunt. Mra. Jim flhoemake of Upton She will probnbly spend the winter there. J. M. Chambers In visiting his ram- fly here. Miss Anna Pmlth visited In Marfa Sunday. f Mra. Burnham nf Trllngtin Is vht- iliTiK her dau...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

- áM COMIC -SECTION EL PASO TEXAS SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 9 1818 H If - MR. CROSS-PATCH GETS OUT OF DOLLY'S BOOK . . . ' "The door is locked" says DolJy Dimple. "How shall I get in?" "Of course!" a voice snaps. "Always trouble! You might have let me spin!" 'And out a snarling figure tumbles and tums and lifts (It's name is CROSS. O best beloved. It's other name the latch. . is-PATCH.) "There nowl Go in!" it say And Dolly with thanks A great deal more to be locked out with some one who noes in inclined . it kind!

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

!OMlC SECTION GASOLINE GUS SETS UP THE SMOKES FOR THE BOYS i on't come L r Fina ' " L i WfgJ feTfl I 1 c E HM-NV -TW iMUKei J .EFTAftviktrtr" ni I VET HAME A LOOK '" "A

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

ifin i m II J f 1 ?ag0 Worning ffiimfl I . : NOW foe TMe ) I nou roe tmh fLSe ALAf?M Town HALL FICE EL PASO TEX. SUNDAY Hlttv-e tfie force anytiiiti to te tiiattRful for? Yes titeir lives MEN ft OT a 586AT IDfc. ft. WAT ABOuT TM&MW FftlENDc T DlNNEC AND HAtfft A Q-UCOCAñ. 5.AM AN0 OP A TlMB ILL. STAET TO I - (Sit fySSfe; 2BADY . The mt HAí 1 Br hi -rrw-: n Í fcUSH fcM OUT OTOWM.'I AMD RUSH Quick. THE LOAFees A? THBfiE A ft TO TOWN. BeesiN iwI ; THAN (CScfiws - DiMKfcPS ! wotcc do wth eT) í 6B THATS A DlBTV; .ni t f I ii i. muí ' i 1 ' ' fjlllfc AND TrUS'Y OF BACK- ni ini 1

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES whichQilhoueltd Cka MrggÉ gge ' íiffí Égaas Lasa BfgmffBHftfHffBy Uañañal I j mmmiMHffp -f nYTa il Ir vU BJ gffltgnlgff" Km M U fw I 1 0S .eaS HkB i ágE gggflaiaW H Jim fe jf g 1 1 1 U Mi fl fflpAnor!c u'iJ Prerrve Advocate live Bustle arvd t-ria is Prerrel. a Tamoui The Hooped Tunic the Bustle Back the Flow of Turkish Drapery-Which? - Art Comes to the Rescue of Style - Fashions Modeled On Cre- ations Evolved for the French Stage. MTASHION la Just now In ggas frensy for femtnlho-ltks nna I he 1 . W htiable to make up - her mind J T)i reo separata ana dletlnct typea of costume have been presented (or hor delectation by the Indafatlga ble couturiers each hacked up by an ! artist wljo Jb eager to achieve fame If not on canvas at least In chiffons and poor Mistress Fashion now lean Vng Oils way now that. Is In a pretty state of mind. Ka.cn of ths new modes has Its Irre- sistible features; yet no three modes may have equal favor at one and the same time and none of ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1913. GUttering Array of Valuable CHRISTMAS GIFTS To Be Distributed By The CHRISTMAS EVE ! To Ladies Gentlemen and Organizations In This Territory THE EL PASO MORNING TIMES HAS COMMISSIONED To Distribute Over $8000.00 In Gifts Santa CI aus 11 hi 2ND CITY GIFT Hixsoa Jewelry Co. The Times' Bunga- low is Now Being Built In the Morning-Side Heights Addition El Paso's "Home Spot." GRAND CAPITAL GIFT hum FOR EL PASO CANDIDATE 5-Room California Bungalow Constructed by Perry-Kirkpatricfc Realty Co. VALUE $4000.00 ORGANIZATION GIFT These Gifts Cannot Be Bought Neither Can the Votes. Energy Only Counts. 2ND OUT-OF-TOWN GIFT Hixson Jewelry Co. Value $1120 Fully Equipped 'Purchased From Stoddard & Church Auto Co. Third (iift for City - GOOD FOR $100.00 In Merchandise at THE WHITE HOUSE FOR OUT-OF-TOWN CANDIDATE r it M Fourth Gift for City- Cecilian Player Piano VALUE $650 00 Purchased El Paso Piano Co V 2 SEVENTH GIFT--2 HUPMOBILE TOURING CAR VALUE...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9 1913. LITTLE BEAUTY CÜ3TS Mr BLAMCHS B.KACOW. Th Btfrnt f BHltM Ipoi th- Pac. .-iippon you should t lomtoni who . ..ritiniially wore h pour. .Issatlsflnd . Tprtwlon. suppose yon war In po- ilion to watch ths nrminni change t hat take plaea would it b a lesson to rwT r am thinking now of a young wom- an who Is unfortunately or a vary jeal- out temperament. 1 have known her sine aha was a vary Ifttls girl. She i naturally prstty with every chsrm that good reatares charming colorín and refinement can gire. But when a rhlld sh was Jealous of her brothers she cried and sulked If they seemed to he granted mors ravors than she her. self. And now. ss a young woman she it engagedand I predict anything but a happy future for her. -ove is something that Is supremely selfish at Its best. At no time while under Its influence are we natural. Therefore a slight degree o. Jealousy in love Is only to he expected. But whan. In sddltlon to this natural small a ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 0. 1913. Social News of the Southwest I 0f.Sl1 IM. N M Hp Timr Hprtinl Vorrrtpimfrnt UrdilMiri. N. M.- Sheriff Mcf.rath ti visiting with his family thin week. K. K. Key hns r rurnrrt from an rjcton4d trip through California. Mr. J. H. Mc'lur Mumrr Jack and Baby Janle re vurmns; with friends In Clifton Itala week. W. J. Wimcl wan In from Domini thlft weak. ! o. M"hiii spent laat Sunday In the Anlmaa valley. M i H arry M a nd ha blea of Clifton Arts. are rlaltlng- at the home of Mm. Maud Chilton. I rvi Wrlirht la Httendlna; the Bap- tist convention at Iemlnir this week. Co!. Dell ToUrr. prraldent of the Southern TranacóJitlnenUl lllirhway hm. f i.n waa In TyordM'tim last Friday on hla way to the Kaat. Prof. H. K. Kltigrrald haa reala;nrd hla position aa prltu lpal of the school und Mlaa Heaale May haa Inferí elected to the position. Another lrs;e shipment of rattle waa mud from l-ord-burs; this week there being more than 3000 head shipped. Mrs. ...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1013. There is just one best way J to do anything In the handling of money or the keeping of records This is IT! L ifa Vtt a Receipt ISA Leading Figures in New York City's Recent Bitter Campaign for the Mayor's Chair 256 different kinds of businesses have granted the superiority of the National Cash Register over all other systems because it warrants a square deal to customers protects the integrity of employes and safeguards profits. No matter who you are where you are or what you do if you handle money or keep records it will pay you to find out just what sort and size of National Cash Register is made to meet your especial requirements. Call in our El Paso office or write salesman will call and let us show you how a "National" will make more money for you out of your present business. A. J. STRAYER SALES AGENT National Cash Register J v- " 414 N. Oregon St El Paso Texas Phone 583 BANKING BY MAIL Jut ea7 to opon m aa vlnga account lili na a...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

BINQVILLE BUGLE ADVERTISE IN THE BUGLE DON'T BE A TIDEWAD I I Hava riu (at aonytMnk lo aall or wsT Da m wnt to bay annrthink 7 THIN TRY A AD fay up row back subscription to the Borle & thus fill a lonr-felt want on our WITH US. Bin oo'r ap.par t tai. and of tho Co. Advertising ratn farnttbea arm rrat eater. Slreatathlon books open to no baddy. VOULL HAFT TO TAKK OUR WORD POR IT CaajrUbt. its. by E. A. part we can't Rob a m uw News- paper on Hot Air and Cold Potatoae. P. S. If wo .ro not b km tko our wifo ant door. Bltfw Jvr I WaaJjj- Bill HeoWrv our arlistim . hi arts mi tk Started' for t-ie.Coscl SñíTprn'av. pxDec.tt'ri (fr ío í. fvU- Khuat bvt He tost - Jus pocfeelboofe Som.wh.erc oTvtHe way.-and-ke had- to. return konve Sober TrvvrVv to- kts deep aisqvst o S. ! I I i a Bl I ÜTTVRRRW1 H 1 I 11 I i'L iiniuP ul.B H MNbWL W T f HAl mrrTViTiriOTr 111 II y murara. - r xrr. i A J nmv Jmi tkovafit Ke own-Hair- !btt Ke sliced His ear and- made a bad fob cf it . smerdll A"v Smiley i. B...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

DUKE'S A VEGETARIAN BUT - - - A TURKEY CATCHER AS WELL! i . .i i ' i i " 9&VÍS WMM? -- sur ítroftE HE cools UJ- 'and Poppco him- right into llll jflf M. ' THE' PÍÍÍ3 íí3?J?- 'Jir. ser o-ir - grandpa's a&mi- iUilfJjfffcgwjg ANNA BELLE'S Thanksgiving Party FUNNY FOOLERS aawawawa - - i.- s-swawawawawaw i i i ii i mmi i iimi-wwwww. I ' t U B I I ' ' 1 Dear Friend Her It Is Thanksgiving almost bciors we know it and you may know that I fT-V- -3 fflffui ill r li lf. f A I SámJ have lota to be thankful for this year. I am giving a little Thanksgiving party u greet all pr J' Vi I 1 ' H Ij if ( 1 I I I (S- 'JT' friends and 111 than how happy and thankful I aw to be with tbtm again Jack and II. old A J H 1 I li vlvP LW; S fj'l ei leased ma about Inviting Willi Simpson you remember him but of course I had I Invite V I C" J I ffl fjfff 1 fr f Hi " V'V) I S?: ' 3 I I e"-- one for my own company didn't IT Marjorle aad Jack came together aad I teaaed Map a V ! Í 1 jjlü Mil j - mjg&j&...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

- éIIOS" 1 í sij''fía' COMIC SECTION KATE AND KARL SHOW MOTHER THE SNAKES JUST XS ' LTHtiWfYOO WORK THE . - Sfe n v'A"H ' - -I ' ' ' 1 I . gfe (COME OH AH' VT l-rtA i0YEV--lt SÍ Y0U1 fRC & via. cet noTMCR kC 5N . just Vy ) l0OK INT0 ' -T ' Zfli I 1 . 1 I ' ' J WILUE'S SCHEME DIDN'T WORK THE WAY HE THOUGHT IT WOULD 1" DKAR TOMMY: 1 mi d tk to td . W - mm n orr h he rt. . . He h Wilt. W Ikr firJ time trial H the kr " H ft "II Im. nM: X te rwrf ticfcH f it T II ..i mln H.l.ttT.! V."tv Kar-& W yfriti :

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 9 November 1913

COMIC SECTION JERRY MACJUNK DODGES MANY REMEDIES k ft. ft'Q w soop ot a Y; J WTWE SWplest tag intve wRu. PS y bom Oq-that. CouS oerh W QAXtCA? AO C0 OLOCV VO AUvednATKff5VLS9AOMC ; 1. 7AN0A1UÍTBeATE0VlAyOWEtffAVC Kg WJH SbMt CoOr OP BEDDie MisTHir NBtTO VtAY Go CtfT ANO GET A MBM COCO j K toTWM &-BEUE BE JHS C XIÍT OCT Jo MOST COU. jV 1 CURETVC OLD ONe.Gl EAÍY. MY SiY OMtfttEM HAD 5T LEMCWAOe Ki SEtT I S U AT 6iE TNe ANTO 1 CUCWV ( VMHW Sc f UAYSgtAWU. -Ht HOUT C.AM5ATWWG"TkEW-; ---w-. ) "fOU. PUTTVC PL A SEED "W -s MUGGSY STEAMS OUT A BAGGAGE THIEF I I -? train i "- JP SfS ) IwwjJ ií&ftm PA!? rMTowe. J -1 I- I 4Mt.MAMtt.mMrnMK. I fUjElTMYMNfr (TAttwuwAitwurriiKrtcv I WT.miH IT WRIAIT0((CAM 1 1 W U VAL -J H M ' .

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 November 1913

extra I f I jPaoUormnairafs I - In Iko Hnlilhwril. ' 1 1 :20 A.M. 34TH YEAR EL PASO TEXAS MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1913. - TEN PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS mm CLAIM nMuni rrr íiitaim tumr Lt I L YIIIUKÍ 1 CLIMAX Mil NEAR ARC THEY FIGHTING AGAIN? 1 - PRESIDEN! WILSON'S SUNDAY DEVOTED" 10 JQP SITUATION There is Growing Impression That Em- bargo Will Be Lifted On Arms and Ammunition in Order That Consti- tutionalists May Have Opportunity. Bj the ...iin.1 I'r - - Waahlnirtun Nov. . Contrary la Ills uual i-unlom ol nuttinc aside oifl.lul hn-liii - on Mm.liM. I'nuldVnt Wilson worked all ila today un the Mollean urnblcm. He sumnioned Senator Borah aurt SlxOumber lleiulill- can metnlK-rn of llio foreign relalloiiH committee tlda afternoon and dlaeuaaed i he altuatlon ii .so them fur almost two hour tie bad a conference wilii becretary Bryan tonight. From the way the iinntdcnfM callera talked the aituutlnn Is rapidly approaching a climax find bome development are expected noon. Officially j o ropy of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 November 1913

f 1 fugo Jftflrrtma STirae Va V V S Largast IJtrM. Pais lt.-i.i FIKli A TT FKTHA. R fmma Mornlnx Tim a I flnlm mi. MARKRTH. Coppar lit is! M Hilvei par 1 Iba... .1 .17 Ijaad. par ion lha 14.1 Klnr. per 100 Iba tr. '.T.ftll.K iva rnnn ainnnn M..I n mi rcnn nni n n dsl ano. La pifia I contlsas 1m Ultiman noticina del día n eapaflol. EL PASO TEXAS. TUESDAY NOVEMBER if. 1913. TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS UIPLUM A m--.il.iss MOT cii iiry. ACCORDING TO VKRDICT KKMJKHKp BY .11 HV B Ma iiMctol' il Pn ruev. num. .nov. iv. - "Belli la nut guilty but the aurder was committed In the Esttsff worn." Thin was the verdlot returned ahortly after 6 o'clock tonight by the Jury rn the Mendel Bellies trial after two hours deliberation. When Belllss was taken out of the prlaoner's room of the court for the last time and brought along the dingy cor- ridor It was Been his guard had been Increased to five soldiers. The Jury then filed In and the foreman read the verdict. Bellies seemed to be In a state of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 November 1913

TWO EL PASO MORNING TIMES TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1913. JUAREZ CELEBRATES BU1XS ARK RUNtJ AM) HOLIHKKK PAH VDK THE KTHKITTS. All Be-atic of Vlrtwy Over Villas it. in i nt lillmslnts. Mining Mrn Arrive. The bells -f ihe nid MiMtm of Our Lady of Guadalupe tn Juarez rang out yesterday morning In celebration of the victor- claimed b the federals over tha retiel irmy of General run- cho Villa litHi week. The . Itlsena of Ihe ton l"li .irt in u general Jolli- fication shooting firework nd h i nt uk federal troopa paraded Ihe eteets of Ihe My. The mllltni band of the Fifteen hatie1l-ni rtiJH ' he military umi municipal officiate of the city. Hlmuttgiicousl) with Ihr J nares celebration ier i he federal Iclory in repulsing Villas Iropps th ilttsens of Chihuahua wore rarrylnc on sim- ilar eel brat lor) arrr.rdlng to rn '-una.'-. received from Berrctsry -f state Joes Ponoe '! i.'oo of I'hltiuiihiiM by Gen- ral FiHii'ihcn ('antro. Mayor Coinn- duran and itthci Juarei rttlscna. In tho telegram t In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1913. THREE order to avoid misun- publish die following. tl -J : . lilt lire nwa wiuiin sen r. . l . J - . . ii i icn per ceni is uiuirai t .1 I same. This U positively lowed only on payments L . J 1 ! in n Tari nnvR nnn in aivpn reduce our cost of collec- n. I M llnl Hi- OUrt 1AC. Mllll Ste In bottle. In cm Mc a nation. li plnl Sr. qnart 4Hr. K pint S4o pint 4c quart SSo. lOo H gallon ISo. callón SOc. FAS UAIK Y LU. "Not bow cheap but how good." TORRHON REFUGEES. York with Htorj of Harilnlilps. It y rue Amovmtvtt rrrss v...- V...I. Wnv I A .Tha hnrrlahirja of more than 1M women and chil- dren who fled from Torreón to Mon- terey were described by a Mr. Fletch- er a lumber merchant of Torreón who arrlTed with nineteen other re- fugees from Mexico today on the Ward liner Ouuntanamo. The 10- mlle trip. Mr. Fletcher said required two weeks and on the train which uas composed of day coaehes there was Intense suffering. Several chil dren died fro...

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