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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

f I ?a$0 Porninjjtimfis EL PASO. TEX. SUNDAY 1 ' " -"v$5-: i V 1 TZ "TTC nOO-BOf ! ! ! SUM 5 I II HI IIFI HIM H II I II II HTlTTTff HIlfTHirHT BWITfTtnilHl II M I IK ' 1 JWTwa SST" FS two) ; wg . iTC"M vouax 'J . CS. h THREE U TN - dlH NCfeCAN ACTOR FOBTHE tí wait till wf rr AitTFR SLIM. WE'LL 5HOW YJF WHAT ACTIO" wWiir. 15 BY I A am

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES J L y iwKtllüU' iinit -iiii j -MíiHnniB. reí am aaaaaaaaaTJaTJJW 4 :VMHBHJi.: paja- : ll SwBiBLT SSl Formal Opening oí Manhattan's Gay Season Is Around the Tanbark -Fur Wrap Magnificence Eclipses Anything Seen In Previous Years- Chic Small Headgear in the Afternoon. CHE town glowliig with yellow Horse Show to see what the folk In great coatiy yellow chrysanthé- the boxes are doing. They abaorb the mums In the noilats'. windows fine clothes us a brilliant part of the tricksy yellow-ribbonod boxea I erfsemble but they are chiefly inter- ftnd favon In the confectlonera' win- csted In the movementa and actions dowa gorgeous orange and tangerine or the peo w wear the clothes. wrap and wearables In the dry goods They poro over the official programs shoD windows and Kay little horses crops and stirrups all trimmed with the seasonable color on conspicuous tables In the restaurante. Ths yel- low celebration la all In honor of Horse Show week the Important week which for...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

Glittering Array of Valuable CHRISTMAS GIFTS To Be Distributed By The Times CHRIS it twit i i I l i M i I ' ) ! !' . . Santa To Ladies Gentlemen and Organizations In This Territory THE EL PASO MORNING TIMES HAS COMMISSIONED To Distribute Over $8000.00 In Gifts Claus 2ND CITY GIFT Hixson Jewelry Co. The Times' Bunga- low is Now Being Built in the Morn- ingSide Heights Addition El Paso's "Home Spot." GRAND CAPITAL GIFT FOR EL PASO CANDIDATE 5-Room California Bungalow Constructed by 'Perry -Kirpatrick 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. FOR OUT-OF-TOWN CANDIDATE I Value $1120 Fully Equipped 'Purchased From Stocard & Church Auto Co. Third Gift for City GOOD FOR $100.00 In Merchandise at THE WHITE HOUSE Fourth Gift for City- V1CT0R VICTROLA X Value $75.00 FROM THE W. Q. WALZ COMPANY Fifth Gift for City Complete Business Course Draughan's Business College THESE GIFTS...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23 1913 LITTLE wis By (Director of The Copyright lllJ by the Woman Rome Companion. The healthy baby la lh sleepy baby When a baby doea not .want to aleep. when It la rent lesa and wake- ful one of two condittona exists; either-It has been spoiled and actually trained to be wakeful by a thought- less mother or It la In need of medi- cal cara A befby conies Into the world sleepy. If well aad left to hlsown devices he ileepe twenty-two hoars out of every twenty-four during the first few weeks of hla life. The mother inter- rupts his. slumber to cuddle him or 1 o show him off le e ndanget I ng hla health aad her future peace of mind. Take a lesson from puppies and kitten They- sleep day and night. The wlae mother-dogs and cats do not disturb them. The wise house- aether tails her children not to touch or disturb the new orn pets aad yet she will permit family and frlendjg to break In upon the alumber of the new-born baby of the household. Nature Pr...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23 1913. . 1-1 m ..... f-r-"-...- y -.TTm. . -.. . fi EX) PASO TIMES XOV. SS It If. without TWO CERTAIN BOOKS THE BIBLE AND SHAKESPEARE; HAPDLY A UOTATION USED IN LITERATURE THAT . NOT TAKEN FROM ONE Of TMESE WOK The aboro Certificate with flvt other oWc-neccubvs date Entitles bearer to this $8.00 Illustrated Bible If pr.l4 at Tlmr gajaaial H. t IN Tim mi. Inirt H. I. I ..!.. I Howl W.'. I HI. -Illi th .tat.4 thai -m Ik Mnmn IXrlf IE tawa. -Ma Lr2"ftA MAGNIFICENT u' frustration in annnimcmrnti ivtm day to day) It bound in full fltxible limn leather with overlapping cerera ILLUSTRATED and title atamped in gold with nutnerotit lull-page platea aMMfaai la color (rom the woHd íamuua Tiaaot collection together $5 (hc with ix hundred superb picturei graphically illustrating . and making plain the verae in the light l modern Biblical DlILE knowledge anl research. The text conforma to the Bllinonzeu ramón IS 1c11-j7.u11uunt.111g wun vunuua marginal relc...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23 1013. Southwestern Social News BALMORHKA. TEX AH. r Tim Metal Oui i aspaaga Balmorlaa Tax. Nov. H T. Lavslle shipped two carloads or sheep to the Fort Worth market . Monday. Mr. Lavella accompanied th ship- ment. W. W. and B. B MoCutebaon of Limpia shipped twenty cars of oalves (rom Toyahvale ' laat Saturday The calves ware sold to O ra ham A Price of Odaaaa and were hipad to Blodg- att. Mo. and Sanderson Texas. 1. M. Cartwrlght of Fort Darla shipped ten cars of oattle from Toyahvale Monday. The cattle ware bought by Midland parties and snipped to that place. work on tke new school building la progressing nicely the foundstlon being laid and the brick ara being placed. A. W. Sharp left Saturday for Dal- las where he was called by the ser- ious Illness nf hla aiatar. C. W. Olll of the J M. Radford Grocery Co. of Abtlena waa here Tues- day on business. Mr. Olll waa form srljr mañanar of the Tovah Valley Uve Stock and Irrigation Company. C. W. ...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

EL PASO 'MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23 1913. t Your Pennant This Week tñtMMHÍH Kill ILLUSTRATED Sg r ramón Wf w .1 ih. BIBLE uthorittd rditio marginal referen bible paptfi 1 able type- ' THEY ARE ALL GOING RAPIDLY rr iTTlTAilTT The $3 ILL! STK Ti n BIBLE tritioni ind tr Six tmiuli cvrtiflcatM out th 1 i" tosUnt book issss Call The supply is being gradually exhausted and the pennant fever seems as strong as ever. The visitors to the Southwest can secure complete sets of the most popular pennants in this territory now by clipping the coupons in the Times. You must have a coupon for every pennant but you can buy them all the same day. at Branch No. One McCoy Hotel Lobby Cigar 0 OR - Branch 9105 Texas Street Morning Times See the big circle signs over each branch. Besides the pennants you can place your advertising or subscriptions at these branches just the same as at the main office. These pennants1 are full 15 inches by 36 inches the largest pen- nants to be had in El Paso made o...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

-. 5 - EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 23 1913. Social News of the Southwest ti I'M UU. K. M. Bp Timé epmXti Corrrwdn Tucumcarl N. M . Nov. Two mn were arrested In Tucumcarl tnei weak charged with stealing horses nar Raglmid. It appeara that eome one appropriated a couple of horses near that pláee and brought them to point near Tucumcarl when they turned them loose. It afterwards de- veloped that they were jail-breakers from Childress Tex. The horss-steal-Ing chart 11 be withdrawn and they win be turnad over to the officers from that place. They gave their names aa John Wasson and Henry Waterson. Rome P. Donahoo who waa recent- ly appointed receiver for the Firs Stat Bank of Tucumcarl haa jut brought suit against the First State Bank of Laa Crucee N. M . for $17.- 94. Five thousand lamba were shipped to Kansas City last week by the Qo- d en berg Sheep company of thia city. Max Qoldenberg Sr . and Max ftold- enberf Jr. accompanied the ship ment. Mr. and Mrs. J. T tfatford are ...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

ADVERTISE IN THE BUGLE Hoto you gat nnytMnk to soil or nnfT Do roa wul to bar nny'hmkT THEN WITH US. Bi(f.l mnd only BowrooBor ta thi. oBd of tbo Co. Advertising rites farnlshM wild Slreiilsshlon books open lo nohudiy. TUUU- HAr I TO TAKE OUR WORD FOR FT ' 7 " . T3 TUPta-Ktl tt"V' X knee Atqrt V? O A and SliMtlCrV ( J J (fíe m stepped into - pa údtjfó ULL- faUifia Vitdd over- fleets i Wss? Luto-Vkcx-of mortar- ilcl iir8Ev would- hove-dnShc-d his I . WrlY fcfTore-ovrncTTV ' 'J "al distiitáuisíied- naji jXJr 1 of-c tolK and Jusfcy WTrf I kduttlul vtft -.afiQHs-' I Mrs "looee (?o$ed parí iCutarty (cr-uí ) x i" c ' -y ' 'M '3 ii í:- TRY A AD (rest eketr. BINGVILLE THE BINGV1LLB BOGLE 1 hm 1 adiriE Papr of th County b fight Htmmmft BrnUico flu itilug ft aw étk ttM IrWT Ifttk ft lprrrra rb ahlnlnr !-B- fitWrlni hvnr 11 th f Fro Trjr pr-to flur. To f hf-rHaTt w1vM1-1fi mmnm .b-i vnty. If rn t-t-M dv-rtt.tB mm III - in Vr furthvr luf -'finan Sil ar iMnm t wwHtaw. EDDYTORIUL T.ittle by littl...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

I . DUKE PULLS OFF AN OLD CIRCUS STUNT! - fSF WA.T) 'AL SNOla.1 íoA " YE5TKCOAV AND "'UjHEN MINEL WAS .OU-PX lB -7WBN WHILE HE werVT TD GIT bME MOGE IUATE-R; I U 1 qN IT AND LET IT r I 7- ( S ' " " ' " ' UTTV: TTUNT I KJSZV) To DO IMTW ClRCU?- S TcAO-EO HIM IN RtT'' 4JWJ? ANNA BELLE Sees A Football Game FUNNY FOOLERS nr Dwax rrlendi: Th football mm has ended In most of the college but In our school the boy have do certain season They juet play aa long aa the weather Is good nd get all the healthful outdoor exercise they can. Willie you know Willie Simpson-and Jack are on different teams and you ought to see the great plays they make The other day Jack was making a long run and bad almost reached the goal when Willie tackled htm. but quick aa a flash Jack Jumped into the air and Willie s arms missed him Of course he scored and was the hero of the game. SEWING SOCIETY work Is progressing Just fine and each of us should get ready for Xmas tor we can do no much good at that happy time w...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

COMIC SECTION MACJUNK AN EASY PREY FOR THE GAME SHARPS up towt Sojtu MAKJtj "-t vrX enc ? sure tvwí A ) RAS tetfTWSie-ft mS J ) 'IL Íc C AUD M TOAUNUTK" 511. WANE" ) ue i urn get booo I So-r ) ait m-ota mess o' CHKsrAy 1 . f JP vout ómcí yJBfT "to -J f OOH-A. I I " ! 1 QfemSWw&CESS V. jVot) 0ULO nhaq-d 3AM L A NOT WTTtOUV N GVTlHE" ) V J v WILLIE CONTRIVES A HOME ROTISSERIE i - . i 7 "VT i. i i i 1 . I ; UK.U TOMUV I J !. 4.. .s :... .: . fc B. .Í.M.nrl.i.1. I .... ... .... t I . . irort 5Ey j La- í--irr - . . . á L ' - i" -'I L ; .

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 23 November 1913

COMIC SECTION KATE AND KARL LEARN A LESSON IN WISHING my. wf have cot AwruiT) . SSSBS s- 9 V snALL' ffo&Es!.' J otu wisnuf hadIB (üy goooneíM Hl' SI i reSfK ? ion& elephant dl so do i k att I tv 3 nwwrE?I J L '. . . I I 1 1 i i r ) ; - . .7- . .; -A' i -I - HAS THIS EVER HAPPENED TO YOU? WHAT LL I 00? I GOT A DATE WITH FLOSS To NIGHT AND HERE I BE UNSHOD ITH ONLV sr&ii to name " - . I I . -. I . M- ' l r v2 jrg i r .1 risers .ffeí H"' NIGHT AND HERE I U ' I DP AM " ' áflíV WUil 'if i "AKFA nA nl f rpLCSS "WILL NEVER 1 f ' FÍ-0SS i ' ' ' ' V - - - - - ' ' ' '

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 November 1913

MKIi A BO FKCHA. Id Fmo Mornlnc Tinea a 1 tínico periódico diario qua lias a todo al Buroasts I mismo día an qua aa publi- cado alando fiel a tu tacha cada día dal ano. La páctna I conttana laa Ultiman notlclaa dal día aa nauanol. META MARKET. Copper tn;set7 Hll.r. par oa .11 I .!. par 1M Iba 4 l II r.lne per 109 Iba s.i. tara. Baaa rM raid Ctmalatiaa la ta. ..tk-..l 34TH YEAR EL PASO TEXAS. MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1913. TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS BATTLE LINE; AWAITS ENEMY'S ADVANCE Na- - 1 1 - ' VILLA THROWS OUT r STILL FIGHTS HUERTA DOGGEDLY CARRYING ON DILATORY CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENEMIES. REDUCED TO DESERÜTE STRAITS Trraanry of the Nation Is Practically Exliatwted and Tase Ham "sen Greatly Inore ed. WILL CONTINUE POUNDING ENEMIES Grim Old Warrior Determined to Keep Vp the right TJntU One Bide or the Other Wins. By the Aaaodatrd prtmt Mexico City Not. It Resigned ap- parently to those condition whloti make It necessary to carry on a alia tory caqipalgn una. nut hla enemies. President ...

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

TWO EL PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1913. WIGWAM TODAY TOMORROW WEDNESDAY "ARIZONA" Produced under the personal direction of Augustus Thomas. SIX REELS 210 SCENES 150 PEOPLE CYRIL SCOTT "DENTON" TIME SCHEDULE First show at . . I I : 20 a. m. 2nd will begin at I 00 p. rn. 3rd will begin at 2:40 p. m. 4th will begin at 4:20 p. m. 5th will begin at 6:00 p. m. Last show at . . . 9: 20 p. m. Come to the matinees and avoid the night crowds. Adults 25c. Children 15c. Go to the DEVIL Tonight at the CRAWFORD THEATRE Price. -25c 35c 50c. Matinee Wednesday. Children. 15c. Adults 25c. Phone 34 11 for Tickets. STEAMER L.IKITAXIA. By fee Sesoetsfes1 Prras Queenst iwn Nov. 23. owing to the gale the Lu sitan la passed at 7:10 o'clock thiH morning but without communicating. The ateamer loft 700 bags of mull behind at Queenst own which muni await Thursday's boat. You can be Cured I'nleae you pro- Taellnate too long Tbe in curable atase would not oe reached bat for neglect. Rs- meuiber t h t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 November 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1913 THREE Fourteen Players Many Hurt Tom Rped Harvest Amone OHdlron Month Open Piny Rm Decree ed I nlverslty Will Pier Notre Dane on Death reaped a harvest In the foot- ball season of 1913 which In now nearlng a close- Statistics fathered from the Morn ins- Times Files of As- sociated Press reports show that four- teen players died from Injurias re celved during the fall months while 1 75 were seriously hurt. This record of casuística hr slightly below that of 19191 when fifteen were killed and 183 Injured. The Injured Include only those who suffered broken bones torn ligaments severa strains sprains and Internal injuries. Of the deaths only two were university or college players. The oth- ers were amateurs professionals snd semi-prof esstonn Is. . Open Pis y Improving. Open play has greatly Improved football and has had a tendency to decrease the death rate each sason. Before this style wss adopted and the old flying wedge tandem bucks dou-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 November 1913

FOUR EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1913. Prices Cut Slice Cho pped and 1 Suits Overcoats and Cravenettes 2000 to select From at Sawed-Oif Prices r doC SuiU OvercoiU and Cn- tí 1 Q 5 0 Ulir eDdlei Chopped to . A Money Talks and Prices . Shattered "Vw 40 Suits. Overcoats and Craven- (If 50 vjur eMtfM cupped t. . P A3. JVE JVD THE MONEY Our$i5r"dCrv $ng If you wear the Pants in your family we have Good Ones at $7.00 $6.00. $5.00. $4.00. $3.00 $5.25 Reduced $3.75 Prices 3- rnce5 $2.25 Hats from $3.00 to $15.00 The Largest Selection in the Southwest Visit Our Shirtery We Have Them in Any Style Flannel Silk or Dress $3.00 $2.50 Shirts Í?:S ::::::::::::: oH $1.25 lo $2.25 $1.90 $1.60 $1.20 . .90 MONEY TALKS Come Direct to Us For Your Sweaters $5.25 sweaters $4.50 $7.00 $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 Cut To $3.75 $3.00 $2.25 Prices Cut For You $6.00 s $5.00 swMer $4.00 Vests $3.00 . M(j $2.50 F $2.00 K) $1.50 Dress Vests Cat to $4.50 $3.75 $3.00 $2.25 $1.90 $1.60 $1.20 What Is Home With...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 November 1913

FIVE Call of Boots and Saddles Will Be Welcomed By El Pasoans EL PASO MORNINGs TIMES MONDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1913. STAKES FILL WELL MORE ENTRIES IN THE FEATURE EVENTS THAN EVER BEFORE. Candidato In Joures Handicap Win ho Worked Oat Toda Man j New Arrival coate. By B. B. CADtMLH. They're oM! When this familiar cry goes up (rom Ole thouaanda of race followers that will throne ' the Jasres race course Thank-giving afternoon Inau- gurating 10 or more days of racing the aport kings will be a'étcomed back to tha Pass Cjlty. Every bnslneaa man In El Paso haa been anxiously await- ing the call of boots and aaddlea. for during the racing season their busi- ness la Increased w auoh an extant wjlat It necessitates the employing of twice the usual number of clerks. Racing haa proven a potent factor in the olty's growth and with the out- look for the blue ribbon meeting of tar Junres Jockey club more than en- couraging It Is believed that all for- inrr records for Influx of people will be surpasaad ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 November 1913

3IX EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY NOVEMBER 84 1918. fífapo Bo m i ng (Rutel Poblub-fl V.wfrt imt In tlM YMr bf VI. PASO raOl COMPANY. ftatcrvd ts ta PwtofriM at Bl PftM. Teas sseoa-elBSS nuil matter PUBLICATION QPriCEl A 1 dree all CnptrsunlcstloDt st . . . THK MOHN1NO TIMES icl paso. txa. rOBKION ADVEIITIH1NU flEPREftESTATl Nser Vori. . C. iMftwtlS Spwritl Agí-nry. Tr Uunt Bu WJ PMN H C. Beciwlth mJmcIiI Afear7.Trtl1.iss UulMlat tom Xafft-les lust. Miller AtfnrtlatBg Asese Tnitllii Aci- Latter Bsrssn). Cssrtes P. Mrty. Daos J Kliire) Hertert Kelrfbtley H. u-l Authorised Clu CaUtatOrt O Morgss Miller. Ollle Mel- ton K. T. McO-artea SVBSCXlPTIOIf BATES v (By Mall Ib Advance) BtJÜ otl Kijb4b). ose vr uslij aad Hnnda- aii tnoatb Daily aad Sunday thra mootba Dally aod Sunday our un. nth Tbe üuoOav Tima yaar (By Carríar í p mu wif our ui'iuiB 1 Subacrlbara who fall 10 receive thslr papar raculariy raqneaird to nollfj ib huslne-a office to tbai eMert Remit by rannay order draft or raajlata...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 November 1913

CL PASO MORNING- TIMES. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1913. SEVEN- Gossip of Society Uta JUMA A. SHARP Sockt Editor. Phow MM. luhjr Social fel Fas. Last week waa a busy one for ths society folk. Monday broke rainy and threatening but cleared off fl- nslly and the aun em lied upon tne Ity the balance of the week. Mrs. O. Baker Smith started the social ball rolling Monday with a card party. Then Tneeday dawned clear end rioudleee and the churches cele- brated with six social affairs and meetings. Mrs. Potter called a meet- ing of tne Red Croas Seal sale snd ood headway was made by those in charge. Wednesday Mrs. Urch gave i delightful party the Hughse-Hlaeler wedding wag aolemnlsed and Mr. W. W. Turney entertained the wires of members of the Tolteo olub at her handsome home while the men folks ate drank and made marry at the Thursday waa the red letter day of the week however. There waa the regular meeting of the Silent Twelve always so enjoyable and the beautiful reception breathing; 'of au- t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 November 1913

I EIGHT EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1913. Sección LA SITUACION I I OPTIMISMO in MEXICO AVV.H- CA OE IAK MI ni li - PI LOH KWTAIMH4 IXUXU. CRUELDAD OE IOS FEDERALES No M publican n n ele la ver- dad de la ri'MiliirlAtt m la capital fir M mm De la Prensa Asociado. México Nov. S3.--llerlgnado' apa- rentemente a Iss condición'- que ha- ca neceas rio llevar una csmpaAa dila- toria contra sus enemlg" el Qr Hu- erta y sus empleado aparecieron tran quilos hoy. Parecen (aml'-ii conven- cido de que lo Kstad.i l'nMoi no to marán otrsn medidas extremas qua las tiue nnn lomudo ys. Loe rumorea circula ni ra. Se rumore que el Congreso no- con tinuara reuniéndose; que será auto- máticamente dlsualto y que el Oral Huerta está s punto de salir da la pre- sidencia. Todo esto ha sido Impug nado. 1.1 Congreso ha llevndo ude lante lo qu promete ser una prok-n gads ftealon. He esperit que m im.ui. ratificara o nulificara Ium preside nctit les. Pero se conoce a tic atas serán unuladas se llama...

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