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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 13 h Fine corner on Stanton street north of tracks close In. Terms. 6 room brick south front Boule- vard close in $4250. Terms. 5 room brick close in $4200 on Prospect Ave. Terms. 5 room house Bassett Ave. 25x 120 near car line $1275; halfscash balance one and two years. Must be sold at once. Three large rooms 50x140 1 block from South-western shops $1050. Terms. i New 8 room two ston house red pressed brick 'on two southeast cor- ner lots elegant home north side $7S50. Terms. 1 85000 acres fine land in Mexico 10 miles from the. American border all under fence am running streams and several springs; about 5000 tillable land and the balance very fine grazing at $1.35 per acre. Terms. BROADDUS Phone 1558 L (Cintinued x-rom gale district boom. will be given a decided Plans for the American National bank block have not yet been completed but are expected to he ready xor the con- tractors on or before the first of Feb- ruary. President T. M. Wingo of the bank stated today ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 January 1910

L PASO HERALD u Many 'Pleasant omen's Club? v Jn Care? Circles Social Gayefy g-" . 1 Aft 1 i ' I Mil ri MM I MM II II a i MM MM ii M hlf I .. I 3 KBK o Saturday January 30tli will see the close of Eaus Mit 'Em Shoe Sale. For these last three days we are offering the following extraordinary shoe bargains: LADIES Tnrmpr Tnrmfir Men 300 pairs $2.50 grade good Ttrmln Thov ifjcr qt . " " " vJ -" "J "" 200 pairs $3.50 Goodyear J .wvw. .j vw "hB inn-nm-rH RH .hfl ornrtA PatPTit .pat.hAr Hicrh rf tf1 . filinps "R.jtir IVTrf: '"film jj-f: 150 pairs $4.00 Oxblood Calf Shoes just re- J o Q fi ceiyed while they last at p&UJ 150 pairs $5.00 grade Patent Leather Bench 0 A tnra TTicrh PfhnfiR. now POe3T "" ' 'ft""- rWJ-wwr- .- ...... .. .. ............ l All Boys5 and Little Gent's Shoes at Eaus Mit 'Em Prices Cards As Usual Result In Much Of the Social Pleasure Mrs. E. 1L Bray pleasantly entertain- ed 4he Tuesday evening bridge club at her home on Korth ElPaso street. Mrs. "Winchester Cooley ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 15 ptel iiiHJ Illy if'i viir w Im1 jijc "tia I f"i5 If. U Lf Rf ft Ifi I W 1 II g I 11 1 lag Boh Wj mM B E fcvfil nil : firlSz IwlVliwl 4 f Jb v & JrJL M I!? Service Not for El Basoans But For the Londoners. p.i.iL!vivvju..aiwaiiMkifaMgB in-mrrt"-fr- rre-a.T.- i v n rn fi irar'MirTar.Bati In jiist a month we must be out of our present location. During the remainder of Removal Sale many remarkable values will be offered. W.e propose to close out- as nearly as possible all present stock. For the balance of the week we feature We have grouped over 2000 shirts into 10 special lots. These are the best values in shirts you can possibly find ill El Paso. From the following lots any shirt need can be supplied: A QA you can buy Flannel jrl UJC shirts worth $l2p and $1.50. They can be had in either gray blue or brown. At 40c -we offer you Work and Dress "Jack Rabbits" that are easily worth 65c. At 60 and 75c At 35c sell for 50c. At $ld5 Dress Shirts. At Jbl.iD you can buy W...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 16 'm DOL BY'S v ' WA JOKE. "v E N. hk& -v VII D msr llv "sul IpI ft v. HERE'S THE PLACE-DEARIE -j I'LL LET HIM EXAMINE MY HEAD FIRST-HE'S A FINE PH RENOLOG15T f 1 COPYRIGHT f91Q.TY Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices X Cent a Word. N A4. Lca Tkam 2jc rp you Z.OSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It wiii be returned to you If an honest person finds it. Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day threugn this column. LOST FOUND. LOST GLady's Elgin gold watch with monogram C. F. on face. Fob of leath- er with Union Central tag. Reward if returned to 1123 N. Oregon St. TiOST Between Stanton and San An-j tonio Sts. small purse conutiums ?. Heturn to 905 Magoffin Ave. and re- ceive reward. I.OST An old fashioned amethyst pen- dant; valued as keepsake. Reward If returned to J. X. care Herald. THE UN WKl'l'l'tlft tiAW1 Aveilei Klve tke laser the we nnbllouy yen TT0H14 expect aad tne Iea beei year. Eelp and Situations In and Around El Paso X Cent War. Ne...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 17 I A high class medical and surgical institution. The best treatment at the lowest charges. Services ana advice free to the poor. WE TEEAT AND CUBE Nervous Biheuroarism Kidney and Bladder Disease. Specific Blood Poison Stricture Varicocele Hydrocele Enlarged Prostate Rheumatism Catarrh of the Different Organs Diseases of the Heart Stomach Liver or Bowels; Lung Trouble. Skin Diseases Gleet Paipfcure Ulcers Piles Fistula and all Ghronic. Special and Private Diseases of men and -women. FREE CONSULTATION" To judge our ability "without personal consultation may be an injustice to yourself and trill cost a great deal of suffering. Consultation is free and oonfidentdal and you place yourself under no obligation -whatever by coming to talk -with us about your case- Treatment given and cures GUARANTEED under reasonable conditions. Our charges for the scientific treatment of many chronic cases are not higher than iSie usual cost of patent medicines? Correspondence solicited. A...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD IB . Swedish King Likes Liquid Veneer and Osaple Furniiure Polish From 25c to 75c Bottles Stuffed Figs and Dates Paiiey Imported Figs and Bates stuffed with wal- nuts almond and pecans. Regular price 40c. This week we will close them out for 25c per box. To Play Tennis and So Does His Son FRESH VEGETABLES Large California Celery 10c Fancy Florida Tomatoes per lb. 15c Hot House Cucumbers each 20c New Orleans & California Lettuce 10c Mountain Cabbage per lb. 5c Florida Green Beans per lb. 25c Green Bell & Chili Pepper per lb. 25c Brussel Sprouts per lb 20c Fresh Spinach per lb. 10c Water Cress 10c Turnips Beets & Carrots 3 bunches 10c Cauliflower per lb. 12 l-2c I5cresn Mexican Strawberries Per Boxl'Sc 50 Pound Box Fancy Apples $2.50 50 Pound Box Choice Apples $2.00 SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS . BiIh Phone 151. 210-212 3UXIXG XEWS. iix EDISON THE 1 IHE Says He Needs Mineral to Make His New Storage Battery a Success Com- mercially. It is claimed that Thomas A. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

EI Paso Texas All Jke News """tar "u "l"MrB "W A H . I i iTi If A m mm 1 Herald Prints it First While It's Fresh. Defence Puts J. F. Stein on Stand as First Witness in The Case. HE DENIES STOBY OF MISS BLEVINS Shortly after 11 oclock this morning the state closed Its case In the Carpen- ter murder trial and the defence put on the -stand J. P. Stein as Its first "witness. He "was present at the time of the killing and declared that Carpen- ter and Simpson were the only men armed and further that Snellgrove had handed Carpenter a drink of "water and had not handed him a gun at any time. J. I. Driscoll deputy district clerk was put on the stand by the prosecu- tion at the opening of the morning ses- sion to testify to the papers in the civil cases pending betveen Carpenter and Simpson. One of these suits was that of Carpenter Bros. and Sharpe vs. Simpson and Thomason and Mrs. J. A. "Ward for the ownership of cattle and lands. Judgment had been granted for the defendants and the plainti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

Specia Meat W&en you attend sales at this market you get only the choicest meats and Saturdays we give real bargains. The meat you buy at tins market is from the choicest fed cattle and you cannot get the quality at other mar- kets uhat you get here not mentioning the jprice. Indications are that meat -will not be cheaper soon-and it -will pay you to attend our special sales each week and lay in a supply to last a few days- Saturday's Specials Prime Bib Roast per lb. 1 9 - Saturday only JL& S Corned Beef per lb. 1 O tf Saturday only I - J.I Shoulder Steak on special sale. - Q Saturday at per lb ...?... v.. .-- O-w Home rendered Laid on i ' 1 P eale Saturday at..' ........ ...:... AfcJt Pine Mutton Stew 7 f on sale Saturday only - .. . . a w Sf etter & Schneider (WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.) Phones: Bell 14; Auto 1014. 107 El Paso St. i - i III H m " Picture Framinj Our large line of carefully selected Mold- ings and !Frames enables us to meet every requirement. m FELDMANS' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

aso hekal: Thursday January 27 1910. I e Saturday I In voicing $44516.00 bought by us at I I $17250.00 for no other purpose than I to get our IV86NEY out of it QUICK I We Wil! Throw This Entire Stock on the Market at Prices That Will IVSean I Fast Selling to the Buying People of Ei Paso ' I ome Goods Will be Sold Some Goods Will be Sold 0 s I for 25c on tlie Dollar for 50e on the Dollar saay I Morning I Jan. 2d I II &a Cnlrl Cnma 'tf2rArle lAfill hk& Cril I m && viui 5iiaw kXpm& ww in & &mM ihia 1 fcwdfcV emMnmmmmmmmmmMMmmmmmmtaxMBMwMMm- n an--KnnKmKnn .nnI-ain-:m3nuMKaKna A W Jb F Dollar for 661c on the Dollar 1 9:30 a-m-1 jr j m. Mr Sale Opens Morning Jan. 29 9:30 a. m Some Goods Wi K for 33-' c on t lie And ALL must be Dry Goods Store FIGURES ONE THE IS d soid 'during the n any longer in Ei Paso. ALL PRICE CASH T GGEST L LL. C IT EV as we wiil not run a retail OODS MARKED IN PLAIN e hitch your dollar to PULLED bbb bmhc 9ksi mm SfB F. J. BRAY Manager Vo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

AID L Thursday January 27 1910. 3 LAS CRUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY . i - i'l t. You can bur at big bargains any of the fixtures re- centlv used dy the Vogue Dry Goods Co. These con- sist of Counters Show Cases CarVier System Win- dow Forms and "Window Fixtures Office Furniture and Shelving. ' Apply at Popular Dry Goods Co. A. SCHWARTZ ANTHONY HAS A RAILWAY STATION Will Celebrate Its Arrival With Dance Friday Night. Anthony N. M. Jan. 27. The first skyscraper for Anthony arrived "Wed- nesday by way the Santa Fe. It was the long looked for station building. On Friday night a ball will be given by the villagers in celebration of this event. The Sunday school and church ser- vices have been made more attractive by the addition of a new Kimball or- gan of fine tone quality. A. A. Howell of El Paso who was j a former resident here nas purcnaseu i property south of Anthony owned by the Maverick estate and Jesus Ochoa. C Bs. Bosworih of the telephone company is in town. He reports that! work o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

Thursday January 27 1910. 35 Today's News of the Great Southwest EL PASO HERALD II! HOMESEER-VALLEYB 5 FARMER HAS HIS THUMB JERKED OFF Hklan Living Xear Tucunieari Is Victim of Accident. Tucunieari jtfotes. Tucumcari N. M. Jan. 27. A. J. Avery a. farmer who lives a few miles southwest of here had the misfortune to set his thumb jerked off yesterday afternoon. "While talking to a neigh- bor his horse became frightened and suddenly jerked loose from Avery the rope catching his thumb in such a way as to jerk it off. He came to town and had the" wound dressed. Sheriff Cleofus Romero of X.as "Vegas San Miguel county was here recently with a warrant for C. F. Bell charged with stealing horses near Lafe Vegas. Bell was arrested by deputy sheriff Coker at Monioya and was held In the county jail here for the San Miguel county officer. City attorney Reed Holloman and "W. F. Buchanan are In Washington D. C. Conductor and Mrs. H. B. Hobien of El Paso have moved here and Mr. Hobien has been assi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

AGAZiNE PAGE EDITORIAL AN 6 Thursday January 27 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption ana succession. The Dally News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune. The Graphic The Sun. The Advertiser The Independent The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSGC. Entered at the EI Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Auto. Business Office 115 11" Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 Society Reporter 1013 ' Advertising department 116 HERALD TELEPHONES TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS Dally Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year 52. The Daily Heraid is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso. -Fort BlUs and Towne. Texas and Cludad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will pleas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

FT. 1PASO HF"fe4IJD Thursday January 27 1910. "" lei- I PPfPJiilSUl PSfinrn Oi PRfillllrTwSS nfiiy IV fral-a AmnrS PJ Mi Hrl iri $smwfh Jcff fi LiilUl t LhulU uls i fluliir I ElLdJ Uftillliio nUUdLU liuii niiu iiiL I H0 JHQlMTlFi aclt High Grades in Work Fol- low Punctuality Honor Roll of Pupils of the Mesa School. Punctuality is a prime virtue in this old -world. Since the time of "Washing- ton's historic secretary who "was told to get a new watch or a new job promptness has been considered a vir- tue adjoining the cne that is said to be a next door neighbor of cleanli- ness. Premium on Promptness. A premmium has been placed on promptness in the school system and the value of this important virtue is shorcn by the fact that high grades in- variably go side by side on the grade cards with high grades inthe pure aca- demic branches. At the Mesa school a careful record has been Icept of the children who have been neither absent nor tardy during the seniestei which closed Friday. The r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

EO A & Us 8 Thursday January 27 1910. s 3v AIL. I'LL DONATE A HALF-You mV AD HALF AMD DO j V!T Do THE1 5AME: AHD HELP nY BAD ir rg& l VE GOT J lTHE POOR BUMP MAH- G03H-rn j IlLGlVEVOUTHIS I PUT IT IH FOR.i fSAYrHlS " v0 J POU-frR AND TKE j A JOKE-GO HALF VOO MOW! s OUT THE i - -ANDGETVOUR PUT IN 15 -TTT MV DOLLAR. DONT WANT IT 7h7VT S . r . " N !?Ip US BAD! Jl THE DOLLAR u I TUE j-f eci ND IM JTB-ACkI "SLANP'T5MfNE- JOKET A DOLLAR OUT-VOURE -r ' J VON VQU 'J a DISHONEST 5CAMP COPYRIGHT 1909 BY THE Things Lost and Eound; Personals and Public Notices 1 Cent a Word. No Ad. Lee Tbax 20c IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It will be returned to you- if an honest person flnda it. Remarkable re- coveries tire brought about every daF through this column. LOST FOUND. LOST An old fashioned amethyst pen- dant; valued as keepsake. Reward if returned to J. K. care Herald. LOST Female bulldog 6 months old white with black spot over one eye; S5 reward for information or return of dog....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD niursday? January 27 1910. Too Late To A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent m care of The Herald office -were awaiting the following ad- vertlsers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week after beln bulle tined; B. M. C. B. H. 420 C. B. C Z. e. xl c. F. C- 235 h. a v. .T. G G. L. H. N. S. M. P. S. G X. S. S. D. W. H. J. Z. Z. 163 Prowser Business Exchange Jno. Quick 266 WANT TO BUY TOURING CAR- Standard make good condition cheap for cash. Cassidy & Davidson Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. xaone 920. FOR RENT. Two suites of 3 rooms each In the Bassett & Edwards building over "Wat- son's grocery. These are large light rooms running water electric lights furnished. If you don't want 3 rooms we will rent you 1 or 2. Anderson-Benriett Realty Co. Rooms 21 and 22 Bassett & Edwards Building. Phone 491. KRYPTOK INVISIBLE BI-FOCAL LENSES are a new form of two-sight lenses that are attracting attention from every wearer of BI-Focals. If fitt...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 January 1910

EL PASO REBALD Thursday January 27 1910. Fancy Imported Figs and Dates stuffed with wal- nuts" almond and pecans. Regular price 40c. This week we will close thern out for 25c per box. FRESH VEGETABLES Large California Celery 10e Fancy Florida Tomatoes per lb. 15c Hot House Cucumbers each 20c New Orleans & California Lettuce 10c Mountain Cabbage per lb. 5c Florida Green Beans per lb. 25c Green Bell & Chili Pepper per lb. 25c Brussel Sprouts per lb 20c . Fresh Spinach per lb. 10c Water Cress 10c Turnips Beets & Carrots 3 bunches 10c Cauliflower per lb. 12 l-2c 15c Fresh Mexican Strawberries Per Box 1 5c 50 Pound Box Fancy Apples $2.50 50 Pound Box Choice Apples $2.00 SEND US YOUE MAIL ORDEES Phone 151. 210-212 COMPANIES TO IRRIGATE LANDS Irrigation Companies Incor- porated for Two New Mexico Projects. Santa Fe N. M- Jan. '2.1. Incorpora- tion papers have been filed today by the Portales Land and Development com- pany of Portales Roosevelt county Tvhich -will irrigate 15000...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

AH the News Herald Prints It first While It's Frefch. The Latest Big Subscription From That Company Southwestern Heads List. MANY DONATIONS MADE FOR $500 Numerous Subscriptions Are Promised But Amounts Not Yet Decided on. Over $10000 has been subscribed to date for the boarding: home of the Y. TV. C. A. aud the "workers are 1h the heart of their campaign and pushing It as rapidly as possible. A total of $20- 000 is seeded for the erection of the. home and the women feel satisfied that they will raise the amount. They met with most encouraging success this far and have not been able to see all I the leading business or professional men of the city. MaHy have promised subscriptions but have not as yet decided upon the amount. These subscriptions will be made in a few days and can then be announced. The money received to date has been collected In the past three months. Some money was sub- scribed prior to that time and vrith the money promised and the subscrip- tions the vi omen expec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery Corner Kansas and Boulevard Bell Phones 823 and 844 Ind. Phone 1691. Trade at a Cash Store and Reduce Your Grocery Bill from 10 to 15 Home Made Grape Jelly per dozen .$1.25 Strictly Fresh Butter (none better anywhere) I 2 lbs. for STRICTLY PURE LARD 10 lb. pail only - $1.60 5 1b. pail RKc only Out 3 A. pail K()r only - JJ FLOUR MADE IN EL PASO Cream of Wheat Flour QOr hard -wheat 24-lb. sack s S C Cream of Wheat Flour d - fj hard -wheat 48-lb. sack. P X O Globe Flour sold and guaranteed to be the best. J Sugar Sugar. 1 18 lbs. for Fat and large .Norway f Mackerel each. IvC Special Bacon -extra nice mialrfcr. uer lb && PJain "Bacon per lb ....... 10 lb. pail Cottolene for - ...20c $1.35 ...55c ...20c ...25c ...25c 25c 4 lb. pail Cottolene ifor - Wisconsin Full Cream Cheese per lb 4 lbs. best Bulk Starch for - 8 &ars D. C. Soap for 6 bars Pearl White Soap for 6 bars Crystal White Soap for 25 c Strictly Eresh Ranch Eggs per dozen 35c Eupion Oil (no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

T Fridav Jamiarv 28 1910. ND I LAS CRUCES A MESILLA VALL HERALD ON SALE IN LA8 CRUCES JT. M. FraaSc A. Eavrlcy Agent opposite BOirtoffice. Dally Herald on sale by La Crncer jymss Co. Camozze'a ft'evra St sad 9oaIte postoSlcc. Bargains FOSt SATURDAY ONLY When you attend sales at this mdrket you get only the choicest meats and Saturdays we give real bargains. The meat you buy at tins market is from tie choicest fed cattle and you cannot get the quality at other mar- kets -tihat you get here not mentioning the price. Indications are that meat -will not be cheaper soon and it will pay you to attend our special sales cadi week and lay in a supply to last a few days- Saturday Specials Prime Eib Roast per lb. - 0 Saturday only -' A-" Corned Beef per lb. . 10 Saturday only - XJ Shoulder Sfceak on special sale . O Saturday at per ib . O C Home rendered Lard on v " K sale Saturday at JL O C Fine Mutton Stew ' 7 g on sale Saturday only o C Stetter & Schneider (WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.) Pho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

4 - Friday January 28 1910. IL PASO HEUALD IS I It l 8 Beai 8 OmP Tomorro l UvIV w Mornin OLD EL ICK J 2l3wB3BBMy B F. J BRAY Manager Vogue pry om any s Stand MASRIED MEN TO HAVE THEIR SAY Will Be Given a Chance to Talk at Y. M. C. A. Forum - Meeting. Since the tminarTled men of the Forum were given an opportunity to explain away their sins of omission at one of the Forum meeting and -tell why they "mere not married the married men have demanded the same privilege and Satur- day night they will tell -why they are married. Each married member of the Forum will be given a chance to square himself with his better half by telling how he just could not and would not think of reverting to the barbaric un- married state. In addition to the mar- ried men's talks Ed Hodge will give his experiences on board a cattle boat cross- ing the Atlantic and Dr. John R. Mac- Arthur of the A. & M- college at Mesilla Park will give an educational talk. The third of the four gold medal con- tests whic...

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