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tinued their tango tpufof the; World,
when they sailed from here recently
for the Orient.
They will introduce the tango, tur
key trot, maxixe, Brazilian and one
step in japan and China, having ap
pointments to dari&e-Ui the court of
the Emperor of Japan anctfamong the
royalty of the Manchu dynasty in
Peking. They will then tango across
Russia into Vienna, 3tome, -Paris and
By special arrangement with the
steamship company, the professional,
ballroom dancers will instruct pas
sengers and give several dansants on'
board the steamer during the voyage,
RIVAL OF GEN. HUERTA, WHO
Pedro Lascurain. a wealthy real
estate man and minister of foreign
affairs in the Madero cabinet, has"
vanished and, 1t is feared, may have
been assassinated because of his
political activity. He hoped to be
come' Huerta's successor.
- No man suffers so from insomnia
lhat he isn't occasionally caught nap-
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