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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

THREE For Motorists W$$&5i News of Autos EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUND"' AUOUST 10 1913. HORSES ORE WASTE MOTOR HAVE OIVKH WBW K OMIMK HI k y.vi figure to Prove That He bn't t'nl-i-rsi.il the (tonri liastriinwnt Hp t'aed to Be. At a convention or veterinary Bur- geons held recently he surgeons found much comfort In saying that ilu threatened extinction of the horse by reason of the Influx of motor earn la now a turnlnc of the tablea Opti- mism prevailed at the meeting and the talk generally " that the horse h coming back Into hl own. Evi- dently theae Burgeons had not been poated on the atatletlca aa to the In- fluence of motor care and truck! In changing the economic poeltlon of the horae aa etated by a writer In Motor who among other thing undertakea to ahow that the beaet of burden haa been reduced from a former position of pride to that of an economic source of waate. In twenty-five yeara the horae mor- tality haa been great In moat cities fke writer aelceta twenty-five repre-...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

FOUR FX PASO MORN! MDAY. AUGUST 10 HIS. ' For Motorists SBfeatf News of Autos PRAISES CONVICTS MH rRIXMHR I .IKK IMW Tftrv RPIl.T IN tHlll Hla t limine a lino Tlim- nn Tor rj Kvm Ptiiee- ture M far. Com N t labor on public highways la lurrrw from a good road stand- point according o the opinion of O C. Criamnr. manager of the Hotel Tail A Auto company who I touring with Mr Crtamor and a party of friend through Kan and Colorado Writing from Denver Coin hrri they arrived tne early part of laat week. Mr Crlamor glvea an interest- ing account of convict roailbulldlng In Colorado and of the roada over which they have traveled In their !ol ton ring i nr. The party will return to Kl Paso about ttv K'th of Ihla month They hav not encountered an an Idem nn the trip They have not even had a puncture III letter from tionver dated August S folic.: "Morning Tlmea. "Kl I'aao Tele "Ilia roada over which we have traveled from Kl I'aao to Denver are In excellent condition The Hani Ke trail In Kanaaa...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. AUGUST 10 1113. FIVE For Motorists HMiS News of Autos ROADS THAT ENDURE ITW YORK MAN ADVOCATOR ONLY TWQ RINIM "r on.-rof anil ilmiH Arr Beater Than 011 i hi..iiel Manutam Hon. In the opinion of H O. Waldon of the good rnaiia commliter of the New York Automobile chiinihpr of com- mence there should hf onlv two Kinds of road built In thin niry con rrcte and gravel. Mr. Waldron t! Neve that concrete la the moat sffl- ' ith find durable and the leant ex- pensive road surface while gravel ha slates la the heal farmer'a road that can be built at minimum ex- pena. He believes It la a wnate of time to build roads of material better than gravel and not aa (nod aa con- crete. Speaking further of hla view of road of their making and their maintenance. Mr. Waldon said: "Thla la a very concrete prsssnta- tlan of the solution of the highway prohlem that la puxsling all civilized countries today. It la generally rec- ognised by highway authorities and road uaera that...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

EL PASO MORI SIX For Motorists StfMfiBMSl Nem of Autos Chalmers DEMONSTRATORS For Sale One 1913 6 Cyl. 4 Pass. ALSO One 1913 36 5 Pass. These cars are in perfect condi- tion guaranteed same as new and can be bought at a very attrac- tive price. CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY Corner Santa Fe and West San Antonio Streets Phone 4970 Also 2nd Hand Roadster For Sale THAT WHAT EL PAHO-PHOKMX KVKNT AMOUNTS TO. Touring Car Will Hve to Average i Lnut Forty Mllra an Hour. Autotnta InUTvetrd. That the Log Angeles-PhocniX roiid race to be staged the kaine week wll not detract Interest from the Kl Paso- Phuentz race ta evident from the num- ber of entries that are being received by the Kl Paso Auto club. letters from the eastern manufacturers and accessory dualers arc also being re- ceived dally by Chairman Hubert II. Rlnehart. asking for Information re- garding the event. ' Preeent Indications point to at least twenty-five cars starting In this rare. Many of those back of the movement are of the opinio...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

FT. PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. AUGUST 10. 1019. SEVKN 'Copyright. 111 by K H MoCIUrS) TDK murdered man was Dr. Har- vey Burdell. HK taking off owned nothing of romtnc nsught that u rose colored In It story Everything that lad up to It waa sordid urn-lean half untenable Tha murdar Itaalf waa crudest hutch ery a scrambling sanguinary homl- ' rlda tha kind that apart furniture and cover walla and carpet with spurting spouting flowing blood. Which waa tha vary reason per hapa why tha city ran- with It. md Hnnd street. In front of No. 11 waa c linked for daya by morbid thousands who refused and reatatad tha beat counsel of tha police aa often aa oth- erwlaa It took the a hapa of a night stick In tha amall of tha back to dla- parae. No one waa punished. While the weeping poetical Snodgra waa held captive briefly In the Tombs while Eckels waa Indicted and Madam Cun- ningham waa tried there came no conviction. Chief Matxell of tha po- lice claimed to know the murderers and poaslbly h did. ...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

EIGHT EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. AUGUST 10. 1813 "TIMES" $10 EDUCATIONAL CONTEST Excelsior Vulcanizing Works When your automobile tires give you trouble come see Roy Peak When you expect tire trouble come see Roy Peak When you are out of trouble remember who helped you Roy Peak Telephlone 5195 409 Myrtle Ave. How to Get the Money In every advertisement on this page one or more letters have been add- ed to a word. Get the additional or extra letters and place them so they will make a sentence. The complete sentence refers to a thing in which every reader of the "TIMES" is interested. The first person bringing sending or mailing to the "TIMES" office the correct answer or sentence will receive a check for $7.50. The second will get a check for $2.50. The third will receive a month's subscription to the Moaning Times free. "TIMES" employes or members of their families are not permitted to enter this contest. VELVET ICE CREAM E S FROZEN DAINTIES SAN IT ARY We pride ourselves on usin...

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

KITAI MAKstlCT. 0 f"ass MiiralfSg Ttjgeea as -i flirtca perloglnn Marin a;s e Itesjra a tadet l ''""' ! rnlsrnri fit n qua m rnhll "'1". i-nHo rial n mi far. ha cad a dis ar t i.ln I ronttena las ftlttmss notlclaa del eTta en esparto I fossae MNir p . . . Klnr par IM IBS Igrast Df I all ln S3RD YEAR rlflBBST BOX FIDE PJUO CIRCULATION IN SOUTHWEST EL PASO. TEXAS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 10 1913. THIHTY TWO PAGES PRICE FIVE CENT I Heads Women Voters of Ten State in Appeal to Congress for Suffrage DECLARES LI IS SAFE till A I HUERTA IS REDEEM PROMISES i : SUCH IS BASIS OF UNO MESSAGE TO THE OFFICIALS AT MEXICO CITY Refers to Promise of Election Pledged to be Held in July. That Constitutional Government May be Established in the Republic of Mexico. II LANDED By the Associated Press. Washington August 9. President Wilson took into his confi- dence tonight the entire senate foreign relations committee Repub- licans as well as Democrats and outlined frankly the policy he be- lieves the United State...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

TWO EL PAi f fall Hate A Dozen Cases of New Fall Stetson Hats for Young Men received Saturday. New Colors and Textures. New Shapes and Makeups. Drop in and look them over. You'll need one soon. MITER 4 JHIRTMAKER EL PASO. TEX AS MUNTIKUTOM II A I. I.. MhI far (llrla --..t I r 1 1 situated I Onaoula l'ark ft..nth Pasadena w Accredited to Ksstern Colleges snd Callfornls I'nlrersitlov Music Art expression and ' I'M.! i Culture Open Octnher ltb. tampua cnntalna tweoty-nnr urn. linlf links teanls eosrts hockey basket ball MU florcncc llim.cl. Principal. REFUGEES COME AMKHK'ANM AND 'ITHUI KOB- momcr or on nr tin a 1IK Hf.RK TODAY. THEY OCCUPY NATIONAL TRAIN Kcta-U ami I . .l-mU Akmg Border Keep ThHr IMltJone faglaaar la Krpalrlng Tetacraph Wire. A tralnlnad of Am. tIi nn and olhrr foreigners residents In Chihuahua la ' ! to arrive In Suaf either to. day or torrtoiTow over tha Mexican National railroad. Thar will be ac- companied hy troop train which will coma to the border after more pro....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

SO MORNIN SUNDAY AUGUST 10 1H3 Monday August the Eleventh We Throw Our Third Floor Open to the Public and Bid You Welcome to 1 Paso's Most Up-to-Date Women's Ready-to-Wear and Millinery Departments Those Whom We Serve: Mf THOUGHT when you started I enlarging and remodeling you ware going to add new departments and put In groceries furniture etc." wild a woman the other day. She ta but one of many who seem to have Jumped at the same con- clusion. However with all the chances. It Is the same old "Popu- lar" outfitters for men women and children. A store where all may come and shop and feel that It to THEIH STORB. We believe In doing one thing and doing It well. The well enough yes- terday to not good enough for to- day. These extensive Improve- ments costing thousands of dollars have been made with one Idea In mind SERVICE! That we might better serve those customers we al- ready have and ask for new ones with the confidence that we can give them the careful attention they deserve. We ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

918. SPECIAL SESSION HIM STAT McnfHLATI MK IS NAklKii VKMT HOW r IK. ..i u ks AT m -1 1 PENITENTIARY MATTERS OVER UorniMT Will ftnremH Special Mewaage M.owls. K.mha-adytng rw Bab. feet for i.fii'i" Bw Tlmrt tmrrial 'onesgeeaVal Austin. Tea. Asg. Oe "lore .lay of th eparti eetl..ii drew to .la.ee te- Sight villi Hill having I ana e..-..n. pMshed. The appropriation Mil In Mill nlnierged soma. la.-e hat may com I a the surface aext rk early for drsetle BCttes. trill ! aea-eseery If IhU I paaeed by Ik eleee of Ihe ea..l.n 1'entta.ntlsry Hrlslaita played important part la the work today. Is tbe mi (a amendnteats to tka peni- tentiary MM warr adopted auikorlslag tbe miBlgsr lailead of tka commission to bay aim iilncr . limiting tka mmai" aaaat la tka expendltare of VTaVOW art 1 1 oat Mgtslsllve .-oaeeot la establishment of arw industries providing tkat tka csamailseton raunof bay at aril Uad without apaAal legislative rmraat bat permitting tbaan tn tabs npflana pro- viding mi rallroed aba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 10 August 1913

MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY A1 HOMES FOR WAIFS wMh Captain Lynn hr snolvlnsr to tha AVALANCHE OFVQTES Woman' Associated Charttlaa of thM -ttv or by addressing him at hta homa. n wonn. i.r. r". o. Hn 111 CAPT. AW1I MM. LTWW All rmrS LITTLB CNFORTI ' N A TEA. etKRRR oonnT corirr ald THK HAIRej BLIP BALLOT". The Dollar Mark isfhelbestlmark to make in life The dollar mark is the only mark that is recognized in all lands. Money rules the world. You can be one of the rulers if you open a bank account. Only the habit of saving secures this dollar mark the mark of the world'smost successful men. Blurt your career on the high road to success by Iponlng an account at thin bank. A dollar will do It. We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest on Savings k savings BA FC 210 MESA AVE. The Bank For Everybody Wise Men Have Been Deceived When Guessing What Is Going to Happen We urge that all make preparation for anything that may come to pass. Many have friends but would not care to call upon them. Get ready now and do s...

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

f 1 ya0 Jtlarnmg if irae Fir.ti A HV fWH n Pn Morning Times et fltilen perlddlcc. dtaito )t tlega a tndn .1 WrMl l mlmn Ala en an es Btihll eadn sundo fiel a sn far ha cade dfn dtl 1 rtn rortl-n. la nltlmaa nnttclaa del dfa i I ni m iiki r RIlTSf p.f e . .. glne pr Ita lha I -sd n" ltd lbs. 33RD YEAR LMSEST ION FIDE PMO CIRCULATION IN SOUTHWEST EL PASO. TEXAS MONDAY. AUGUST 11. 1913. TWELVE PAGES PRICE FIVE BACON TALKS DENVER MEET General Carranza Head of Mexican Rebels and Staff Whom Envoy Lind May Visit ONE THOUSAND PARADE KK.PRKWFXTATIVK Of" ill n r iv MtNATK HPKAKR OF MEXICO RESPONSIBILITY IS ON WILSON SENATOR OF BOTH PARTIES UN- DERMTAND AI IN AC OKI) WITH THE BXmmVE PEACEFUL SOLUTION IS THE OBJECT But President 1 1 neat a Must I'ndrr- sUuid Hcs-csgnltlon of Hi !.- prnmrnl hy V. S. It Impossible. By The 4 .social f PrtMt Washington. D. C-. Au. 10. With the arrival tonight In Mexico city f John Lind personal representative of President Wilson administration of- ficials declared ...

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

TWO EL PA80 MORNim AUGUST 11 itia. Off to College? Of Course Your Boy Must Have the Best of Everything Yet You Don't Want to Pay Too Dearly will solve your problems. Brirg him here. The new fall things for school have arrived. You'll find the boys' New Pajamas New Hats New Caps New Shirts New Everything' and You'll Get First Choice Today PROGRESS OF THE CANAL Bel let oil That trie t;reat Rlu-h Will be Head) for Shipping lurlu Dewniber. By Thr 4 ..... ml. . f'trss Washington. Aug. 10 Latest re- port from tho canal son announca that a the result -A the prospective substitution of dredge for steam ahnvt Is In the excavation of the fam- ous Culebni out the canal may be ready for shipping by next December Even earlier than that light draft greater part of the canal practically has boen cut to Its depth some ships ran navtgte it safely after October 10 next when (lamhoa dike Is lo be blown up thus admitting to the Cu- lebni level the great store of water 111 Oalun I. i It The thirty-four ...

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

vmmmw KL PASO MORNING TIM. MONDAY AU 1. 1913 THRH CARDINAL GIBBONS TOlUtAttT OPTXH TWKXFTH A. MM- MK.FT1M. Thlrtjr Ha At- I M1 6nau Milwaukee Mr iht on vent km. By rse leesetsted hw MllwtukM wn. Aim 10 Jamsa. Cardinal Gibbons formally opanad the twelfth annual convention of the Am -etlcan Federation of Cathotro societies hera today with a celebration of pon- tlflcal high maaa at St. John rath edrnl. The cathedral waa packed dur- Inc the celebration while the atreeta were lined outside for mora than a block with convention delagatsa. It waa estimated today that 39000 had coma to Milwaukee for the conven- tion. Cardinal Olbbona beat owed a special npoatollc blessing upon the delegates at the cloae of the maaa meeting In the great Milwaukee auditorium which waa held at the conclualon of the greatest Catholic demonstration ever held In Milwaukee a parade in which more than 15000 peraona took part. . On the reviewing stand with Car- dinal Olbbona were five archbishops twenty blahops and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 August 1913

TOUR I MRS MC Thee Should Build No Ananias Club Lest Thee Shall Occupy It L PASO M SAINTS REGAIN III KVTMll IMI Til MY nKKKAT- l. WIIITK mX IJt A CMH OAM1 ONE ERROR UNDOES EL PASO Kane Pltr-hr Mkr nil OM MrtT Al- lowing Bni Thrrv Him Mats WIUi Winger Shoeing k .li-rbled rtrl In form lb Slnt "cam bach" yesterday de- feating the White Km by the rnent of 1 tu 1. larlnVntallv the r"h' rn Setiirdny took dow alone from th Mil height of flrat pine discover ehaa ag.iln lied for the rovetd posi- tion Th rluh H" on th road for same spier llh '-h of th three teams sad p.m these limn ' the pennsnl Three Tletnrl for tk Incsl rttih and they coa the ra BUM th Sulnt" drop tsrn unit lh Knx niw then tbe locale will till he lb victors hot We vers mesas that Iter will or flag-r lalug i ".gram on opening day it Kanta Klta nut aea- When tram la oat. hit three to on rn. I falla to connect t wo bltigle In a single Inning und then wins there la something raairally a rnng with the play- tng of tbe other tim ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 August 1913

FIVE Today is the Tomorrow that You Worried About Yesterday EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY AUGUST 11. 1913. GAGE STOPS FLOYD NEORO FTKHTCR'f 8EOOWOH THROW IT si -on. in MMTH aMfornte Boxer "hows Superior Qwa era whip ami Prrsdncrw the Hard- est PniM-h nordnn Win After being beaten In the first eight rounds 1' rankle Gage asserted him- self with a rush and won from lefty Floyd In the ninth round yesterday nfternoon In tn"o Juarex arena. Be- fore the ninth round had progressed sixty seconds Oage found an opening and aalled Into Floyd with such fern- It) that the negro waa fairly hum marad from his feet. Although Floyd did not hit the floor nor take th roual. hta seconds toaaed the aponitn Into the ring to savs him from a knockout. During the first elirht rounda. the negro led. with fire rounda to hla credit Seemingly he had th Call- fnrnlan at hla mercy hut poor Judg- ment In tha ninth round I oat the fight for him. Floyd demonatrated that he la one of the gameet scrappers ever aeen In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 August 1913

FX PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY. AUGUST 11 ltl8. BP 1 ! "V "J .... SIX PaMtebed Iteeey Bay In th Veer By EL PA HO TIMP.K OOMrAKT. rrRi.icATinw orrv nn TWY TIMF M lU'imi f?l TO pot TH OEKfiOX RT liUm. all i -movant all. ni In TUB MORMXl TIMER. Kl. PARO TH ' WREHi AlVr.KTIIMt RK.rflEflKNTATIVieil: New York. C Reekwlih Npeclal Agency. Tribe Building jj . IMn. C n.kltrt Hpclal Agency.. Tribune Balloln. t l. vili. R. I Rrkitk Special As- y. FMero nullitir I At A karelae. Reed Miller Adverllelrig Asency iik Aer 1 it her Hi nrd. I hae T. Murphy. Man l. lllwna I ilia lure'... It. W Hla n ll 1 1 .1 Tim. ta I aatilln Sam Hum. Authorised City Collector - E I' Rotherford. C F Tryon. C (' Toblaa. Ia VP-Cheeney . K f Mf ra.ken. Oeore VPN-sea H M Miliar l HRfRII-TlflX RATES: I By Mall In A' i ' Pellv ai.rl S' " la' . on year Ifallj "m.i Rmtday. els moalbe Hall; anl Naevday Hire won I he Dally aad Mm .1 i nnc mnntk Tb Reader Tlinee on year mi (By Carrier ) lastly and Sunday on mnritn ..!.. MHera a hf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY AUGUST 11 1013. SEVEN Gossip of Society tBy Grace Virginia Logan Phase Ml WHRRI THK IOI I Or MAN M HUM Olve im a breath of th a pew air A gllmaae of th sklee af Mm whfro the prairies sweep tower h Wester geep. And tha spirit breathe af Ufa that' naw. Ohr ma trtrh af tba Wawtsrn plains. Aa far aa the eye can aaa. Wb th storm-cloud blows and tha wbaat flsld grows. And tba aoul of man la frs. OIy ma a wind from th clover field. A scent of alfalfa toe; Just a llttla plana In tbla Westtarn epaves. The land nf tba fraa and trua. Westward It ivarpi to tha Rocklae' baa. And mounta toward tha starry aklaa. Then leaping away with tha dying day To the aaa wkare tha great aun dlaa; Rich la Ita ooal and rlrk In Ita ores And rlcb In Ita productta rare. Rut better than flelda or tha wealth that It ytelda. Rich In Ita open air. What la a life In tha rlty'a streets c ompared with tha Ufa out there. With a conscience of a higher will With Ood In tba open air? 8n alve me ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 August 1913

EIGHT EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY AUGUST 11 lilt. Section Castellana de Interes General para los Mexicanos NO QUIEREN HUERTA vm covum-Tv i w its pk i . pQVB WO HAY .:M.VAt IONK8 LEt.ALKA DefKiealrtn la armaa cuando Hnertn rmnnHr y c 1 "" nn prrwidcnte narvn provisional. Waahlngw.n. I r Agoato 19. El eahado prdxlmo paaadn cl prealdente Wllaon delineo ante el fi'mltl de rela- rtonee repOhllcanne y demAcrstaa la pniftlea que cree quf lop Estsdos I'nl- dos dehen aegulr en Mexico Por prlmera vm rl prealdente dle- ruA con cl rnmlt de relarlonee la politics extrenjera. mlentra el cn- vtado especial del presldente quels ba bordo del Lulatana. cn Veracrux- El presldente did ayer tnda la In- fnrrnaeiAn referente a la altuaclAn mexlcana. hrevente reflrIA Ins Incl- dentee con loa cualea ae ha formadn Julclo y explIcA loa propAsltoe del en- vlado prcsldcnclal El domlngo el Br I.lnd eapcrA In- strucrlonea de Washington cn Vrra- cru y por loa qua cunocm da cerca l a propAsltoa que lleva I.lnd. en...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 11 August 1913

NINE RIGHT CITY GROWTH GLIMPSES OF THE PAST WEEK SANITARIUM NEEDED M PAfeO MTTHT P1.ACK I M I'll KMM on in i r. . i n CtiWrieTMO REACHED BY St 'IT. 4r AMfvOt I TIO Itordrr Twin Have Ho Kin for XmlftUng to Poster hnreJgg are iu Mr. omKfut Dwell rsf Sptr-TMlbl Work IV.rve Her Hrpnrt Wvr-a for Mean to Kvtcttd scrvlcr FT. PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY AUGUST 11. 1ft 13 I The Sheriff and I H Ewfspttliasjal Drag H ad Ue H I Airdome Tonight I I Vd ml b.o 10. go ami H CM I Rare-. Cnarl t. ivrrirfft. of lh Fir Prvytr- lan church. u th iwrwnar at the second of th" Cleveland flqaar e r v I c e . last night. Hla theme araa: The Right Km p h aa I a or Flrat Tli In i First from la text. Matt :!. "Sk ya flrat the Kingdom of nd and Hla Righteousness and all things shall be addad unto you " Ha ald In part: "Failure to give tha right etnpha- la haa mad shipwreck of many a Ufa. Thay tall ua: This la not a re- ligious community: It la a border town and ou can't expect people to put tha emphasis on religio...

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