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EL PASO HERALD
DEPORTED MEN MAY ARBITRATE
OBJEGT TO GliTI CLIFTON STRIKE
PEEK INTO THE
Columbus Refugees Say
Rations Cut in Half Not
Enough for Them.
Columbus, N. It, Sept. 12. Departed
ien here from Bisbee are again, pro'
testing against their treatment as a
-esult of a reduction In their rations.
Notice of the redaction was posted In
the camp last Saturday and at the
ame time protests were sent by the
:.ien to secretary of labor Wilson and
to president 'Wilson.
The army cut the rations to one'
half. At best, the men said, the BOV
eminent ration was insufficient.
The telegrams were directed to sec
retary Wilson of the department of
labor and to J. P. Tumulty, secretary
to the president, and were signed by
A. S. Embree, as chairman of the men
m camp. The telegram to secretary
V. ilson follows:
"Does federal government want us
to leave this camp? If so. please tell
us plainly to go Do not act the school
boy and cut down our rations as was
done this morning. We are willhur to
:eave If you will tell us plainly that
the federal government wants to get
rid of us and does not consider we
were wronged when we were forcibly
deported from our homes. Men here
are loath to ?..iiev the government
approves the action of sheriff Wheeler
in deporting' us from Bisbee. An im
mediate reply is demanded."
The telegram to secretary Tumulty
asked him to brine to the attention of
president Wilson a previous telegram
and to inform the president the men
cither wished to be told by the gov
ernment to leave the camp or to have
the supply of rations restored to the ,
The men declared their Intention of
1-emaming in camp until replies 10
these telegrams have been received.
SEVERAL HUNDRED JOIN
IN BIG PROTEST STRIKE
Springfield. Ill, Sept. 12. Several
hundred more trade unionists today
wnrl find afif ttlelT lot With the
TiiOO coal miners In and near this city
n ho on Monday began a protest strike
against tne action or ponce ana mili
tary authorities who forcibly pre-
ented a parade last Sunday, intended
a? a demonstration in support of the
strike here of street car men.
Trades which Joined the general
s'nt-; today were teamsters, painters,
plasterers, roofers and ice wagon
In addition to the miners, raachin-
.sts, blacksmiths and sheet meiai
v orkers walked ont Monday.
Plan Proposed Provides
for Appointment of Three
Clifton, Ariz, Sept. 12. Business in
terests of Clifton, headed by the mayor
have an arbitration plan that is ex
pected to advance a bit thehoped-for
resumption of work in the mines. The
arbitrators are to be three, named by
president Wilson, president Gompers
of the American Federation of La
bor and the mining companies inter
ested. It is understood that the com
panies will stand out against any
closed shop plan and, at whatever rate
of pay fixed, will maintain their right
to discharge any man who falls to do
a fair day's work. Before the strike,
the managers claimed that the miners
simply loafed on their Jobs and defied
the foreman's right to remove them.
The miners, with esDecial reference
to the Mexicans, seem to be fairly well
content In their idleness and to be
well fed. Thev are drawlnc upon
strike fund of S:s,0e, contributed by
thm before the strike and said to
have been untouched for three weeks
after the walkout date, supplies are
furnished through a friendly local
merchant, who in the last strike ad
vanced food to Mexicans in need.
The strikers, it is saio, aireauy i
lost more than a million dollars in
CONVICTED OF CONTEMPT,
EDITOR ALLOWED TO APPEAL
Where Homeless Little
Boys and Girls Are
iUit. Ke. N. il- Sent. 12. Privilege
to appeal to the supreme court was
granted yesterday to E. Dana John
son, editor of the Santa Fe New Mexi
can, after Mr. Johnson had been sen
tenced by judge M. C Mechem, of the
..... jiUM.t muiH tn wrvr 30 davs
i- .h. .AnKt. .i ThA Aharsra was I dren are runnintr around. Also built
contemnt of court because of an aru- in the yard is the "hospital" (thanks
By MARTHA PATTEIlSOJf.
UT in Government Hill stands
the Rescue Home, white and
hat In the sun. Everything
seems to be quiet,' but that is because
the children are in school. Some one
Is playing "Silver Threads Among the
Gold." On the front porch a little girl
rocks a sleeping baby. The interior
of the home is cool and comfortable
and beds are everywhere nice soft-
looking beds with white spreads and
pillow cases with the words "Jesus
Saves" embroidered on them in blue.
Each single, bed holds two, and the
floors (and mattresses) accommodate
all who aren't lucky enough to
squeeze into a bed. The home was
made to house about IS, and now there
are just 79 persons cared for there; 15
little babies, seven mothers and 12
girls over IS years, a lot of small boys
and girls, besides the five or six of
ficers. The Babies.
A large sunny sleeping porch is
where the little babies are kept and
looked after by two capable looking
Mexican nurses. Eight sweet little
faces peek out between the bars on
the cribs one pouts, another is sleepy
and the face of one little golden head
is brightened with an adorable smile.
These are the small "Cosettes," but
unlike Vlcto Hugo's Cosette, they are
clean and in an atmosphere of love in
the home. Also, unlike little Cosette,
they do not crawl under the table
when a visitor comes,
Dne to "Bnr a Home" Movement?
In the back yard a few of the chll-
Visit Elephant Butte En
Route to Deming.
Raymond Teal's company closes Its
EI Paso engagement of eight months,
less one week, with its performance
of "Safety First" tonight at the Craw-ford.
The company will leave Thursday
for Deming, where on Monday night
next, it will open the new Teal the
ater for an indefinite engagement.
The ducklings, the orchestra, the
stage hands, scenic artists and other
attaches, in charge of manager Will
Memel. will leave early Thursday
morning in a special car, for Dem
ing. A baggage car of scenerv and
costumes will also go with them.
Mr. Teal will leave Thursday morn
ing in nis automooue for Deming.
The cr&ndnals in the comnanv leave
early Thursday in the automobile of
Fritz Fields. Homer Long and Ernest
Wolff, for Elephant Butte dam. where
they will spend Thursday night. Fri-
xnev win oonunue 10 iteming Dy
' of HUlsboro and Lake Valley, ar-
VIOLA DANATQ BE
TEAL FAREWELL HERETQiORROW
Members of Company to Miss Dana Plays Dual Role
day they will continue to Deming by
way of Hlllsboro and Lake valley, ar
riving in Deming Friday night, ready
rehearsal Saturday of "The Time.
the Place and the Girl." the bill they
open in on Monday ntgnt.
Mr. Teal has leased two hotels in
Deming for the accommodation of his
company wniie ne remains mere,
which will be for the life of the army
camp at that point.
Tuesday nieht after the show Mr.
Teal and all members of his company
were guests of a number of the of
ficers of the 12th cavalry at a supper
in tne uampoeii caxe.
OLD DOMINION PRESIDENT
SAYS STRIKE ALMOST OVER
Charles Summer Smith, president of
the Old Dominion Copper company
nd of-tlie Arizona Commercial Cop-!--
company, both of Globe, Ariz
'eft for his home in Boston, Mass,
-eieral days ago. after a fortnight's
isit to the mines, looking over the
.tuation. it ht reported. Mr. Smith
"aid that the operations at the Old
I'ominion Copper company seem nor
mal and that labor troubles there are
. 'most ever.
TWO PRISONERS HELD ON
BURGLARY CHARGE ESCAPE
Manuel Vega and Gil Medrano, two
Mexicans who were being held at the
city police station in connection with
the burglary of household goods from
the warehouse of the Kogers Furni
ture rompany. Sixth and Florence
-treets, have made their escape
Just how they effected it Is not
clear to tne police, though it is sup-
osed that they slipped out of the
: ne of prisoners going to or from the
corporation court room. and. mixing
with the crowd in the court room, es
caped to the street by the front
Merchants Lunch 40c
Cleanest, coolest place in town.
Try :t- Campbell's Cafe. Adv.
S.. write to In care of daddy at
Iteming at once. Adv.
Try the Lunch Counter at Hotel
Vnmo del Norte. Quick Service. Adv.
cle published in the New Mexican on
March 1 last.
The defence contended that the ar
ticle in question was not published
with the intent of bringing the court
into disrepute or of affecting pending
cases, but merely was an attack on
judge Mechem in his private capacity,
and was In continuance of a political
camDaiirn wacred against the Repub-j
lican canaiaaie ior governor last tan.
Jndge Edward R. Wright, former
member of the territorial supreme
court, who was of counsel for tne de
fence, was fined J66 for contempt on
the ground that portions of the an
swer, wmcn tne court oraerea ctricx.
en, were contumacious.
WATCH. DIAMOND, CASH AND.
STORE UTENSILS MISSING
The city detective bureau listei the
following- articles Wednesday as miss
Ine and stolen:
W. Robinson, 503 East Third street.
watcn and cnam.
Caroline de Lames, 703 San Jacinto
street, $20 bill.
Mrs. Fritz Fields. De "Witt apart
ments, diamond ringr.
Standard store. 407 North Oregon.
two botcher knives, meat saw, fruit
and meat, and some cash.
WANTS M0T0RC0PS TO SET
GOOD EXAMPLE FOR AUT0ISTS
Motorcycle officers were warned
Tuesday by chief of police B. J.
Zabriskie that a number of citizens
had complained of their speeding, and
that those caught doing so when not
on urgent duty ran the risK of being
dismissed from the rorce. uniez .aD
riskle added that they should keep
their mufflers closed when passing
hospitals, and that he wished them to
set a good example for the motorists
of the city.
WOMAN UNDER CHARGES IS
TAKEN TO ALBUQUERQUE
Albuquerque, X. M-, Sept. IS. Mrs.
Nora Bell, white woman, has been
brought here from Deming and placed
In the county Jail to await action
of the federal authorities on a charge
of violating the Mann act. She was
bound to the federal grand Jury.
It is alleged in the complaint that
two Mexican girls were brought from
El Paso to Lordsburg. The girls and a
man associate are also In custody.
to the generosity of some El Paso
men). The hospital room was made
especially for the sick, but, owing to
crowded conditions, it also Berres as
a dormitory. Two or tnree young
sters are making sand houses in the
shade, and one small boy nas con
strncted a "home" for himself, from
nieces of left-over timber given by Mr.
McXary to the home. A board here
and there suffices for walls and the
structure is finished by a sack or two
thrown over the top to keep the storms
"We have some of the saddest cases
hr T hare ever known, said the cap
tain in charge. There are four small
eirlK from one family, rescued in
recent raid made downtown. They
were brought to the home by the
A few minutes later a little girl in
a pink apron offered this Information:
-You see that girl going downstairs?
Well, she's my sister, and them two
settin' on the table is my other two
sisters. I have a sister with another
ladv and mv brother Ir with a man.'
une was unaouoteaiy one at tne muo
unfortunates found in tne raid ana
taken from a mother considered inca
pable of rearing little ones.
Anna Is another character wild, ig
norant, big hearted, kind, 13 and full
of "fight." She is irom tne mountains
of northern New Mexico, and was
hronirht to the home by her father, an
aimless wanderer by trade. School was
repulsive to Anna ana it was oniy
through asense of gratitude that she
went at aU. "I don't want to go to
school, but If you say it I sot to go, I
will- aba asserted. Anna's will is
something that is her savior as well as
her enemy. In her mountain days, she
became angry at her father over some
trivial thing. Jumped on her pony and
raced him over the hills, until the
horse dropped dead.
Everybody In the home loves noodles
and every girl who can reach the
stove knows how to make them the
miMt temntinir noooies ever raaae.
They cook other things, too. and It is
a part of the older girls' training to
iMrn tn moIc wholesome meals po
tatoes, scalloped, baked, fried or boiled.
They learn to crochet ana emoroiaer
besides learning to sew the "absolute
necessaries.'' Each has her assigned
duty one sweeps, one dusts, one
combs hair, etc
A Ford rattles un to tne door, two
detectives have come to get some girl
as witness in a case where her mother
is charged with selling liquor to sol
diers. The court pays 40 cents a day
to help girls in the home as witnesses
Home From School.
From the kitchen comes the sound
of rattling forks and spoons against
cnina. An unusual noise comes irom
the sewing room, for IS oclock brings
tne chattering, loua, miaaie agea por
tion of the household home to lunch.
The whole bunch overflows with life.
The little school girls are in dean,
pretty gingham dresses and the small
boys are freckled and red with exer
tion from their walk home under the
"It is our endeavor to give every
one the best eduoation we can af
ford," says the captain. "We have been
here only three years, but have two
girls now ready for Junior high
school." And here it Is natural to won
der where those 78 would be if it
were not for the home.
At two whistles, they file down the
stairs to the dining room where tempt
ing "eats" are spread over tne
table. Rather than have to punish the
little ones for not keeping quiet dur
ing "grace." the grace Is fitted to the
situation and consequently when all
are settled, they chant in a sing-song
fashion at the tops of their voices,
"Be present at our table. Lord. Be
here as everywhere adored. Theser
mercies bless and grant that we may
live to light ana ate tor xnee.
so ills goes on at tne noma ana vo
odd lives are directed in the uolif ting
paths and 2S children are strung along
tne car tracx. wanting oacK to scnooi
la tne not sun.
in Her Latest Success,
"Girl Without a Soul."
The Unique will present an excep
tional bill tomorrow and Friday, in
which Viola Dana will be starred in
The Girl Without a Soul," a five-
act Metro production, and in addition.
The British War Pictures" in two
reels will be shown. These war pic
tures are authentic scenes, taken by
the British government and brought to I
this county by a company headed by
W. K. Vanderbilt. These pictures will '
also be shown today by themselves.
A motion picture accident that came
verv close to beine a real one was '
staged in connection with "The Girl
Without a Soul." Robert Walker and
Fred Jones risked their lives to get
the effect desired by director John II.
Collins. They were the principals in
a wild chase culminating in Walker's I
mad leap from a horse to the running I
ooara of an autoraoDiie.
At the wheel of the machine was
Jones, as Ivor, the violinist, doing his I
best to escape Justice. Walker grap
nled with him. and the two men bat
tled in the machine as it plunged down
the sleeD incline of a mountain. An
S-turn at the bottom was banked by
high stone walL Into this the ma
chine nlowed. hurling both men high .
Into the air. They landed clear of the
wreckage, the machine being smashed j
Into kindling wood. Both men sus-
tained a few injuries, which were
quickly attended to with director Col
llns's "First Aid" kit. but both re
joiced that Cameraman John Arnold
did not forget to keep on turning tne
crank during the excitement, and that
The Girl Without a Sour' will show
the event as it really happened. Adv.
WIGWAM GAIL KAAE.
Gall Kane Is revealed at her best in
The Bride's Silence." a production
that offers the young star full oppor
tulty to display her spnendid emo
tional genius. It will be shown at the
Wigwam today and tomorrow. -
When the nlav was first shown to-
Miss Kane she declared her faith In i
Its success as a picture drama to tne
delight of director King, who had I
picked The Bride's Silence" as a;
first class medium for the expression
of her talent.
The character of Sylvia Standlsn,
isumed by Miss Kane, is a remark- ,
able one. It is a psychological study ,
that reveals the ramifications of the -
human mind and the effect or tne
higher emotions thereon. The strong
plot is supported by equally strong i
situations and Miss Kane's success in
the piece is due to her keen insight;
into essentials of the storv which are
portrayed in vfvid picturing. I
Tne slot involves a nara ngr.t
through many desperate situations by
young girl wno is striving to pro- 1
tect her family name after having
been convinced that it has been 1
stained by a crime committed by a j
near relative. In the denouement
it devolops tht her fears have been
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BANDEEN WILL TALK SCHOOL
BUDGET TO TRUSTEES TONIGHT,
President Ed. ML Whitaker. of the
city school trustees, has called a
meeting of the board for 7:30 oclock
tonight at the Bailey school. Busi
ness of Importance is scheduled.
Dewitt A. Bandeen. secretary of the
Taxpayers' association, said Wednes
day morning he would present to the
board a stuay or tne metnoa 01 pre
paring school budgets, showing i
sample of a budget for one school
that will give the personal service de
tails, costs and other data.
The Strong Withstand the Heat
Summer Better than the Weak.
Old people who are feeble, and
younger people who are weak. Kill
be strengthened and enabled to go
tnrougn tne depressing neat of sum
mer by taking regularly Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies and
enriches the blood and builds up the
wnoie system, sue aov.
The attraction at the Alhambra to
day is Marie Doro In "Heart's Desire."
a Famous Players Paramount picture.
There is scarcely an actress of stage
or screen who is better known than
beautiful Marie Doro There are sev
eral reasons for her phenomenal screen
success, bnt chiefly because of her
own personal charm and previous
f stafje experience. There are certain
Doro mannerisms, which, try as tney
may, no other actresses have ever
been able to duplicate, and which have
so endeared Miss Doro to the hearts
of her audiences since her first pic
ture. Miss Doro is at her brilliant
best In this quaintest of photoplays,
"Heart's Desire." It Is tin picturesque
portrayal of life on the little island
of St. Anne's off the rocky coast of
France. The picture is taken from the
story by the same name by Shannon
Fife. "Heart's Desire" will be shown
at the Alhambra today. The prices
will be 10c, 15c and 26c Adv.
Mines at Steeple Rock, New Mexico
Duncan Milling & Milling Company
Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Mexico.
Capitalization $750,000.00. Par Value 50 cents per share.
FuHy Paid and Non-Assessable. Treasury Stock 500,000 Shares.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
PrwkJtBt: H.CE S pence. Mining Engkeer and Promi- Secretary and Active Manager: H. W. Evan. Graduate
Beat MifHBg Operator. Toronto University in Mining. Two year with Ontario
Treasurer: F. N. HaH. EI Paso, Texas. Government aj Geologist.
The management of this property is in the hands of experienced, able and conservative min
ing engineers. Mr. Spenee, the President, expended approximately $150,000 from his own per
sonal funds, which was practically all the ready cash he had, to develop and equip the mine be
fore it was ever incorporated. The title rests with the company. It -is equipped with modern
machinery. The property, also equipment, is all paid for. This is a developed mine, not a pros
pect. There is in sight at the present time $1,000,000 worth of a good grade milling ore, assaying
$20.00 per ton, which can be mined and milled for less than $4.00 per ton, the values of which
are gold and silver, with silver values predominating.
. We offer for public subscription 100,000 shares of the Treasury Stock of this Company at 40 cents per share. The money
derived from the sale of this stock will be used to erect a mill to treat the ore. In case this offering is oversubscribed (as was our
first offering of 100,000 shares) each subscriber will receive his proportionate amount of stock in accordance with the amount for
which he subscribed, and the balance of his money will be refunded at once. The subscription books will close promptly at six
oclock September 20th, and certificates issued and forwarded the next day.
This is the first time to our knowledge that the public has been invited to subscribe for stock in a developed rake with more
ore in sight than the entire capitalization of the company. We fed that within a short time after the mill is erected this property
will become a big dividend-payer. The stock is active on the New York Curb. We promised our subscribers for the first offer
ing, that we would place this stock on the New York Curb. This property has had extensive publicity in the East, where a good
demand has been created for the stock. At any and all times we jealously guard the interests of cur investors, and try to make them
money. The ownership stock is all pooled and cannot be placed upon the market Our first offering is the only outstanding stock.
Address all communications and make remittances payable to
Here are some records that we couldn't wait until the
end of the month to bring out. Their names will tell
you something, but hearing them played will explain
why we announce them as Mid-Month Specials.
From Me to Mandy Lee is a duet coupling the alternately command
ing tenor voices of Campbell and Burr, while the cello moans a
plaintive obbligato. If you like tenor duets you will want this record.
On the reverse, Irving Kaufman sings a Vigorous solo, Fm All Bound
'Round with the Mason Dixon Line. Note the way the title sings itself.
from Ma to Mandy Lee. Campbell
GRECIAN POIJ.V LAST DAY.
Today is positively the last day to
see one of the most remarkable pro
ductions shown in Kl Paso In many
months, "Polly ot the Circus."
For the past two days the Grecian
has been unable to accommodate the
crowds that came to see this picture.
and as this is the last day and as there
are yet many people who will want to
see it, it is by an means tne wise
thine for those who can to attend tie
The snow lasts one hour ana 4u
minutes and it is crammed full of in
terest, excitement, laughine and teara
It has created so much talk in 1
Paso that the last night is likely to
be the biggest of all from point of at
tendance, and unless many people
come to the matinees there will cer
tainly be some disappointed souls
when they come tonicht and find they
cannot get in. aov.
a All Bound 'Round with tie
Loir ot too vaaey. June step;.
IntrodocHig-, 1 "Polvanna"; 2 "Mr
Golden Prairie." Prince's Band.
Bcale Street (Fox Trot).
IstrodacJog, "The Jogo Bfees."
. Prince's Bind.
!I Don't Know Where I'm GoJnj,
But Tm On My Way. PtcitcM
'11 Coma Sailing Back to Yon.
49181 (Barber o Seville.
12-iach (Largo at FactotBsi). (In IoIbnX
$1.50 (. -RiccLrdo Strarcwi, baritoae.
A2813 (Han Colombia. Prince's Basd.
Ift-fflch Columbia, tho Gem of the Ocean.
' V. Flintt'i Kxr.d.
)h, Johnny! Oh, Johnny! (Oas
btcp). luipp and iiants.
IHe'a Just Liko You. (Osc Steal.
Vcss Osssun's Bsajo Orcfcesirz.
io Ragtime Volunteer era Oft'
tqWar. Irriag Kanfrmii.
I Won't You Say a Word for Ireland?
A better way than wondering how well you will like any or all
these records is to hear them played. Any Columbia Dealer will joe
happy for the opportunity to play them for you.
Monthly Record Lilt on aofc the 20th of every month
WAR PICTURES IIXIQUU.
Today and tomorrow. The Official
British Government Pictures" will be
shown at the Unique. This is the sixth
set ot these pictures, and was to have
been exhibited July 4, but they were
lost in transit. These war scenes are
authentic and made on the European
battlefields by the British govern
Friday viola Dana will be featured
In "The Girl Without a Soul." This
popular little actress plays a most dif
ficult role in this Dicture and you lust
can't help liking her. Adv.
NEGRO PASTOR CONCLUDES
SUCCESSFUL YEAR'S WORK
TJnde the pastorate of Rev. J as. A.
Stout. Phillips Chapel, C. M. K. churcn.
located at First and Tornlllo streets,
has closed the most successful year of
Its history. He took charge of tne
work last September at the request
L. WOOD HURT IN REAR END
COLLISION OF STREET CARS
While riding Tuesday afternoon In
a Park street car. which crashed Into
the rear end of an Tsleta Interurban
ear on Alameda avenue near Boone
avenue, 1 Wood. 21 Hardesty avenue,
was slightly injured by being thrown
against an iron rod in the rear of
the car. Two windows in the Park
car were broken.
o r7 i
er ol n.awaras
701 Mills Building, El Paso, Texas.
EL PASOAN ROBBED OF $250
AND HLS WATCH AT PHOENIX
Phoenix. Aria. Sept It A loss or
$250 in cash and of an expensive
watch has been renorted to the local
?' t5L.b.'.,-hoI?n'i P"J?'"n " ?fir.t:7.0uifrom "fel Paotte Grtnd
U"""';1. l'r J. canyon. He states that he put his
down and the membership scattered. pur!M. ,nl w4toa und ' h- .?
Indigestion. One package
Droves it 25catalldrucrcrsfc
With unusual energy he has enlivened
It so that now the church Is not only
Kolng well but has become a helpful
force In the general uplift of the
negro people. The membership has
greatly Increased, the congregation
enlarged and the property improved
The unoccupied portion of the
church lots has been developed into
a small park or Dlav trround for chil
dren and a large pavilion screen porch
aded to the parsonage for amusement
and entertainment purposes. The
property is now enclosed and presents
a mucn improved appearance. ,
The annual conference, of which
this church Is a part, meets In Los
Angeles. Calif. A long list of names
has been signed to a petition asking ,
for the return of Ilev. J. A. Stout to !
thlg field tor another year. The mem
ber &nd frtftnrlfl. nf th hiirK t.n. !
dered him a reception at the church !
and in the park last Monday night.
He leaves tonight for the conference.
WOMAN DRIVING SLOWLY; j
OFFICER ESCAPES INJURY j
Owlne to the fact, orobablv. tHati
Mrs. J. A. Chlpps, $17 Montana street.'
was strictly observing the speed laws ;
while driving In an automobile past :
the police station, on East Overland,
Tuesday afternoon, patrolman J. A
Hickman, of the motorcycle squad, es
caped serious Injury when his ma
chine collided with that which Mr.
Chlpps was driving.
It is said that the accident was una
voidable. Fortunately Mrs. Chlppn s
car was running slowly and the pa
trolman was not Injured, thv;gn the
motorcycle was slightly darr,.ict i.
Pullman berth and found they were
gone in tne morning.
Are you getting all of the money
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Phone 40i. 905 H S. El Paso. Adv.
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