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?o 'us and said: "Go away from
here in a hurry: you are free."
He and some of the prisoners
gave us about, a hundred' tortil
las, which is Mexican bread; they
are like pancakes.
"We overate,, for we hdd eaten
nothing for five days.. That
night we hoth ' slept in a 'field,
, desperately sick from too'jhuch
The next day we walked 25
miles toward the American bor
der, 200 miles away. We came
upon a freight train and when we
told the Mexican conductor our
story he allowed us to ride on the
beams. He was afraid io allow
us to ride in a cat for .fear the
revolutionists' would ca'tch him
When we reached' the Ameri
can .side, at El Paso, 'we were
both weak, but we stood1' on the
American side of tfie brjdge and
cheered like two crazy men.
' our precise Artist.
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"For the. love of Mike:"
i o o
, Preliminary hearing o Mrs.
Florence Bernstein, charged with
having shot her husband, has
been continued by Judge Dicker
HEROINE IS TO TESTIFY
AGAINST ALLEN BAND.
Miss Jezebel Goad.
One of, the strongest witnesses
against the Allen gang in their
trial for the Hillsville, Va., court
house murders will be " Miss
When the Aliens started shoot
ing, Hex father,' the clerk of the
court, fell wounded. He strug
gled'to'liis feet'and emptied his
revolver at the outlaws. - While
Sidna and Claude Allen kept up
a steady fire on the wounded
clerk'-Miss Jezebel ran to him
through astorm of bullets with
a new" weapon and'hedrove the
Allens-off.; v "
ally fair tonight and
Wednesday for Chi
cago and vicinity;
slightly cooler to-
' night ; -moderate, va-
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