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L PASO HERALD
Thursday. Sept 30, 1920.
WARD'S CASE WILL
GO TO JURY TODAY
THE caM of Eugene Ward, negro,
charged with the murder of Harry
Northrop, G. E ft & JL special
watchman, on the night of Hay 2fi,
will so to the Jury late this after
noon. Testimony in the case waa
concluded Wednesday night and the
charge waa delivered by judge W. D.
Howe to the Jury Thursday morning.
Three hours were alloted to each
side for argument and attorneys
agreed to address the jury In the fol
lowing order: Will H. Pelphrey. A.
J Harper. 5C V. Ward. Volney
Howard, C B. Hudspeth and Charles
VowelL The first, third and last
speakers represent the state.
Wju Held Up.
Ward took the stand In his own
defence Wednesday afternoon. He
told of his work with railroads as
a dlnfng car waiter. He also to id
of being robbed, by two negroes,
some time prior t6 the killing of
Northrop, and said these two negroes
efcot at him at that time.
On the night of the killing, the
witness said, he and Fassett Branch,
another negro dining car waiter, went
to an auto stand and purchased J
pints of whisky for $1M. The chauf
feurs from whom he purchased It
took Ward and Branch to Dallas and
Texas streets, in order that they
might board the dining oar with the
whisky, as It pulled out of the yards
for San Antonio, Ward declared.
"I wan walking in front, with one
sack of whisky and Branch was at
my heels with another," Ward said.
"We went toward the viaduct to catch
the train. It had been agreed that
the door of th car was to be left
Wbm Bosons l
eras haae of itirtiwiMM jjijtHnri
mothers sbooid know that Catena win
Qak3y soothe and ta ant aa heaL
Bath, lb affected pat with CvJrara
Soap ul hoc water. Dry sat gualj
apply Cetfcro OaSiu nl
li.l.tiiriiiWil allim immlit.
Insure to this country a healthier
-d more Intelligent "family of t&e
future' and many a woman, obviously
onf't for marriage, has had her health
restored by the timely use of Lydia
E. Flnkham's Vegetable Compound,
the most sncssssfnl remedy for fe
male Ills the world has sver known.
Er-orxncns quantities of roots and
hf-rbs are used annually in "? -ire
tnis good old-fashioned remedy and
" woman who suffers from female
ill- should lose hope until she has
f - ed it Adv.
Stepped Her Ptta.
Mrs. TVllia Martin, a resident of
TVurtsboro, .v t.. writes that she
c opped her fits with a medicine that
ft - e read abou t 1 n the paper. She
S3 ys eh has not had a fit siaoe she
::ok the first dose and that she
varus every sufferer to know about
tins wonderful medicine and what It
d'd for her. If yoc, a friend, or rel
rtne. suffer from these dreadful at
tacks, yon are advised to send name
ai d eddrecs at once to K. P. K. Lepso,
MZ Island Ae.. Milwaukee. Wise-.
" ho is generously offering to send a
voule of tne same kind of medicine
pave Mrs. Martin, to any sufferer
v t trrites him Adv
'Sit Skin Butiav?
e.ffssa'njJftn a dei.ca.te
-si us -bolted"
ror tee most
iic&ta skin and a xaelt-
-n complexion at all times.
Tour drwi-t a astbarima
in- mmu if Ma-frltet
tafia t picas yes.
open for na. Then Branch and I
heard aome one walking mod a minute
later a wtt aald: hom on there.
"We started to run and I fell, face
downward. I had tripped over some
thins. -As I fell snooting began. I
was verr much frightened and when
I got on my feet I palled oat a re
volver Branch had given me and be
gan firing at the man who waa shoot
ing at ma Branch had disappeared.
Fired Two Shots.
"I didn't know who was firing at
me. because it was dark, but I saw
the flashes from a gun. I believed
someone was trying; to hold me up.
After I fired two shots I broke and.
ran. At max time i cuan r. know any
one had been shot.
"After I got on the train I saw
Branch. He told me that a white man
had been snot and probably killed. 1
was badly frightened because the in
jured man was a white man and 1
was a negro, so I told Branch to
say nothing of what had happened to
Had Piatol In Sack.
"At San Antonio the pistol I had
was placed in a sack of milk bottles
and passed out of the window. Three
officers came into the dining car and
took us all to a special agent's office.
After Questtoniug us they released us
all. As we were stocking the car
for the return trip, William Trimble,
the steward, asked me If I thought
Hardin did it. At El Faso we were
all arrested and I didn't admit that
I knew anything about the case, be
cause I was frightened, because I am
a negro. They turned us all loose but
On cross examination the negro ad
mitted that ha had not told the truth
at a preliminary hearing in which
j charged with killing Northrop. He
said he had tted whan he stated there
that Hardin and Branch left the Un
I Ion station to get whisky, on the
night of the kUline.
! County attorney Win H. Pelphrey
told aa interesting incident weanes
1 day night la connection with the ar-
rest of Ward.
Dreams Ward Bid Shooting.
I T had worked until 4 a. m. on this
case." he said. "When I went home
II went to bed at once. We were
then holding hUtcbell Hardin for the
killing but I wasnt satisfied that he
did It. During the night I dreamed
1 that my investigations had shown
I that Ward did the shooting. And al
! though I do not usually dream, in
1 that case I dreamed that certain logl
cal explanations had come about in
! my investigations. That dream was
my solution of the case. Strange to
say I remembered it and the next
mornina- X went to work on the in
vestigation in the way I had dreamed
it. That proved to be the method by
which I finally got on the track of
events that caused Ward's arrest."
Throughout the trial, which began
last Monday morning, the aged moth
er of Ward sat beside him. clinging
to his hand. The woman did not dis
cuss her son's trial with other negro
women who offered their sympathy
to the aged mother, but sat la silent
despair throughout the entire proceedings.
Fifteen years ago W. X. York was
a well to do-mining man. and aften
came to El Paso to enjoy things which
were were net available In a mining
camp in Sonera. He waa well known
here, and many of the old timers en
Joyed his companionship.
Now some of the old timers are try
ing to find York, having entirely lost
sight of him many years ago. Joseph
Hudson Horse, an attorney of Min
neapolis. ICinn, and of RobbUmdale.
Minn, is trying to find him. too. Mr.
Morse came down from Minnesota to
try to locate him. He wants to see
him on business.
Mr. Morse Is in Et Paso looking up
York's old acquaintances, and from El
Paso he will go to Douglas for the
York prospered soon after his ar
rival In El Paso In lt. He went Into
Sonora. Mex- south of Douglas. Ariz,
found a rich gold and ettver mine and
worked it. Be sunk a shaft about tS
feet into his mining property and
with little trouble took out SM.ooa
to 112.000 worth of high grade ore.
York shiuoed some of his ore to El
Paso. Books at the smelter, accord
ing to D. J. Roberts, show that some
of the shipments were received and
smelted at the El Paso plant
Having accumulated a small for
tune. York came to El Paso and apent
his money, which was not hard to do
In these .days. Then he disappeared.
Since his disappearance his rich mine
has passed into ether hands and he is
all but forgotten bv tnoei rr Til. nM
acquaintances. York. If atlll living, is
about (5 years old.
Car. Mesa Ave. and Sen Antonio St.
Mali and Phase Orders Promptly Pilled.
Private Brooch Exchange 30.
LAUNDRY OWNERS ENTERTAIN
DELEGATES TO CONVENTION
Delegates to the national conven
tion of laundry owners, who passed
through Kl Paso, were entertained
Thursday at breakfast at the Harvey
House by local laundry owners and
were escoated about the city In auto
mobiles, then were taken to El Faso
Rotary's luncheon at the Hotel Shel
don. After lunch the delegates enjoyed
Juarez and ate quail and venison-
MUCH OF KANSAS COVERED
BY FREEZING TEMPERATURE
Topeka, Kan. Sept. M. Tempera
tures were below freesing in all parts
of the state last night with the ex
ception of eastersiand southern coon
ties, the federal weather itatioa here
reported today. The low mark was
at Hays, 24 degrees, where ice an Inch
The frost killed all corn except that
on the uplands, but the bulk of the
crop is safely matured.
it I i. au TS me
ridian time. Sept.
TvnaLttm TBI pjn.
K! Paso sad vftdLB-
Ity: Fair tonight
and Friday; warm
New Xextoo: Fair
tontgbt aad Friday;
frost high lecalltSta.
Arizona: Fair to
slgat; warmer ta
north, cooler somth
porttoa. Friday tair.
West Texas: To
Blght fair; warmer
Panama die: Friday
Relative hnmldlt in Wl Pa mo t Mvnn
Thursday was 44 pereeat: temperature at
cotsrr to oevectw
Nap on Carliadis
Cost Him His Hand
Sandusky. -Ohio, Sept. !. Everett
Hettertck. twenty-five, went to sleep
on the tracks of the Northwestern
Ohio traction line at Enid Lake Beach
ana was struck by a car. His right
TICKETS TO EXPOSITION
EXEMPT FROM WAR TAX
Through the courtesy of W. H.
Black, deputy collector of internal
revenue In El Paso, an tickets to
the exposition and carnival win be
exempt from war tax. Mr. Black has
ruled that due to the civic nature of
the exposition war tax win net be re
quired under the law.
Willis H. Ransom, who has charge
of the sals of tickets called on Mr.
Black and got the ruling. He said
that about KM would be saved to tb
exposition organisation as a result
All afternoon aad ntert tnfM
reported on time Thursday except
no. x. one at i:a p. m.
scheduled to arrive at IS p. mT
Dr. Frank M, Brows, Sr, Dr. C Sot.
Brown. Dr. Frank K. Brown. Jr.
Dentists. Phone MX.
Fourth FJoor. MIHa Bid.
Peddler Is Arrested.
R. B. Fryer, a merchandise sales
man, waa arrested by patrolman J. K
Beck Wednesday evening: and charged
with neddliner withont a eftv 1(mm
The man is said to hare taken orders
tor snoes and other articles br co
ins- from bouse to house. Tie mwdd
a ..ot oona ror ms appearance m po
lice court ana was releases.. .
Avoid trouble. Iave kaaaaea rkuV
' uongweu s. or teiepnone Ko. L
BumoBd Sfaatr Ring Stolen.
Diamond thieve Wednesday ntetif
made a small but valuable haul at the
home of W. a. Mseer, SMI Montana
street. Jfoear resorted to detectives
that .the thieves took a dismeat rlnsr.
set with nhse dhusoada. from his
noma, Tne nag was valued at more
Dr. Anna Ream. Bncklei BMg- Ph. (77.
noon was 7 i
: Precipitation ism 2 aoora (lacheal-
ct or weataer
Uwt Temp, last stent-
Kisoeat xemp. reet ay
temp, a: a a.
are deMtratia. Get prompt re
ead ssfe far younc sad cU. Ho -ietee m
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Capital, Surplus Praftts SMMO0.P0L
latereet Paid Ob Savings Aeeewts,
C. R. Merefceed. President.
Joseph Haoma. Tlee-Prerfdeat.
C V. Tt.aarrt Vtee-PreeMeat.
George D. Fiery. Ttte-Pitsldesit.
B. W. atelfee. Cswnaer.
C. M. Xebeker. Aseft Cashier.
Abnaa. . ....
AmsriUo . ..
Atlanta . ...
Cucaso . ...
Deaver , ...
Duhrth . ...
IX FASO ..
Galveston . .
New Terk ..
Salt Xaka City M 74
Saa Antenle (4 M
r 44 44
14 .. u dear
WaslnactoB 44 14 44 Rats .12
Ceesaarastve Bl Paao Preetettstiea.
Jan. 1 te Savt. 71. lucluaHa. 11(. LH m.
Jan. 1 te Sept. 57. laelsslv 117. C4I la. i
Jan. l te Sept. . Inelaatva. Kit. 1. 14 ix ,
Jan. 1 to Sept. . tnclsalve, itlt. 7.76 In.
Jan. 1 to Sept. 27. iaehnlve. 129. (.44 In. .
so mai jsa. i io sept, zs, laeissiva. 7.7s in.
Mas Struck by Auto,
Av.lardo Hsweher. IMC Myrtle ave
nue. SUSt&lned a broV.n rlsrht arm
and severe bruises Wednesday night
at 7 J 4. when be was hit by an auto
bile driven by R. J. Gray, nil Kings
Highway, on Texas street. An eye
witness told police that Sanchez was
pushing a hand cart on the righthand
side of the street. When he was hit
by Gray. Gray was arrested on a
charge of reckless driving.
34th Court Adjourns Ssturday.
Judge W. D. Howe, presiding In the
Hth district etntrt, win adjourn the
September term Saturday night. Sun
day Judge Howe will go to Van Horn,
where he win hold court probably for
two weeks. On Friday all capital
eases yet to be tried will be set for
trial during November and December,
and some special venires will be!
drawn for these eases.
Big' Saving's On Men's Suits
WE will save the most for you now on your clothes needs. Every suit in our immense Fall and
Winter stock is offered at a substantial reduction. . We want to impress upon you that you can buy
now at substantial savings blue and black serges, blue, brown and green unfinished worsteds and flannels,
imported Scotch mixtures, tweeds, cassimeres and. cheviots, fancy worsteds in plain greys and browns, also
Not only is there a full assorlrmnt of regular sizes jopinen and young men, bat
exceptionally large range of choice for stouts, stubs, short slouis and longs. These
are the five special lots.
$29.50. $06.5O. $44.50, $52.50 $61.50
Regular oricet ransed from $40 to $82.
HEX'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT LARGEST IK THE SOUTHWEST SO FLOOR.
SALE OF SHIRTS
WO thousand Shirts k a big number, but from Die way tbese Shirts sold die first
two days they will not last long. These Shirts are all reliable makes, durable ma
terials and pleasing patterns. The four special lots are
$1.75, $2.45, $2.95 and $5-45
Regular prices ranged from $230 to $730.
OX SALS STREET FLOOR.
Men's SHoes At
AS a new month special, we offer an unusual value
in men's fine welt shoes. These are shown in
Havana brown kid, dark brown mahogany calf, black
calf and chocolate brown no-villa kid. There is an
ample range of choice in the season's newest styles and
patterns, including narrow and medium toes English
lasts. More conservative foot form models are also
included. There is a complete range of sizes and
widths. This is an extra special at
Tomorrow begins the
new 'month, and our
program is the biggest
We haoe eOer planned.
Yon hate choice from tach
iUmiari nutes as Hari
Schaffnef & Marx. The
Home of Kappenhamer.
Rogers Peel tV Co.. Strat
ford and Fitfom.
'An Early October Special in '
Oxfords At $6.45
ERE aa opportunity to bay a new pair of axfonk-to fmoii oat die leason, and tbea have
a "perfectly good pair to beak ute seuoa sext aptiKt. Ib the lot you will find such ataaaWrti
BMte as RaktoB. C B. Shier and other exjnally wefl loaown makes. These are offered in dark
brows calf, Havana, brown kid. black glace kid and saabogaay calf. These are narrow and medmm
Eu&k Bodek. sad these oxford sold at the begtaoagg of the season at $1 1, $12 and $1230 per
pair. Tkere is a full range of sizes and widths in the various lots. m r
They are aa extra special ac JpOe7
October In The Luggage Shop
LEATHER BAGS. $10 WEEK-END CASES. $10
IS, 17 aad 18-inch gamine leather bags in snoots or 18, 20 sad 22-inch black kmg grain fahrikoid vreek-
nawlrfw bag grain Mint: leather or doth lined, with end rasrn. weO made, neat figured, good quality,
daw catches, good Itek. neat handle, keary wdt doth fined, slurred noekeU in end aad lid, doabl or
sewed, Isather corners and reinforced a f single lock, neat, light weight, very gga - v
rtm special at If A
roof aad Wit Cable-End Wardrobe.
OUR 10-day Exposition
aad Rug Sale in the
the Drapery Section is aa
event of more than ordinary
iaaportance. Every rug in
our humrnv stock now car
lies aa attractive ' reduction,
la addition, special prices are
offered on marqaisette and
See the window displays in
connection with Urn Exposi
tion and Rug Sale.
In erwneetinn wtth the Rug
Sale, special deaaonatratioM
win be made of Hoover Bee
trie Saetion Sweepers, Beetrie
Sewing Machines, Washing Ma
chines and Ffiiiiler Ironers.
Those are aoM on the easy pay
Mac plan if desired.
-worth ranch more than the pries of to & Vr
We tell Hartmam CssMmi Top Wfiroie. Mendd
el Dutf Proof
S Kir ting'
THE Woolen Section of
ten 54-inch wool plaid
rtjr'y in a variety of beao
trfnl color combmatioas.
These are values to $8.50.
and while they last you nave
choice of these skirtings at per
A New Month tomorrow, The Popular enters what will be the biggest month in it s history.
114 Years Ago Today
Free. The HereM TM Dele. IM.
Washington. IX C Sept. 3S. Ca.pt-Har.'-
A- milrr. honorably dla-
charse4, Ftrt Bilaa 2nd Uent. Hairy
KolU vetennarr aorvn. honorablr dla-
chars-ed. Fort BHaa:ehaplaln William
Alpnonso Noxeat. Honorably dis
charged. Fort Bites.
The tonnatlo l of the first chapter
of American Indian War Mothers baa
last bees formed at Fort Yates. N.
By DCXK BOTTS.
Kill That Cold With
Neglected Colds ere DaBgeroos
Take BO chances. Kep this standard rraieoy btndy for the first saiza.
Breaks np a cold in 34 hoors ReBeves
Qstpps in 3 darys Excdteat for Headache
( Oaimrje in this teem does not affect the bead Caecara is best Tonic
Laxative No Opiate in HiTTs. .
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
WAR department is rushing soldlrs
vnd reneral and staff officers
to BTiDtMsrt secretary of war
Taf t, who ha assumed chargre of the
rOTrsmeiit of Cuba, and will run It
till quiet Is restored on the island.
The first American troops will be
landed at Havana October . Mean
Ulna, the marines and bluejackets from
the American fleet in Cuban waters
will protect American Interests and
support secretary Taft, the provi
sional governor of the island, in the
preservation of order and protection
of life and propertv.
The city of Houston today took
charge of the plant of the Houston
Water company, recently purchased at
a cost of $901. 00. This is Houston's
first experiment with municipal own
ership. Heading a party of manufacturers.
David M. Parry, president of the Na
tional Manufacturers association,
passed through here this morning; en
route to Guanajuato. Mexico. He did
not make his mission known.
Millard Taylor, of Lebanon. Tenru,
began his duties this morning: a" mail
clerk in the auditor's office of the
C P. Sanders and bride have re
turned from a trip to Lowell. Ariz.
Tom Gain, who for six years has
been a member of the El Paso police
force as 'fine collector" tendered Lis
reals-nation today. Cain Is perhaps
. the best known policeman on the
force- He says he will take up a more
profitable work. Joe Spivey will suc
1 ceed to Cain's duties,
j C. W. Moss has returned from Ken
I tueky. where he spent his vacation,
j Mrs. J. P. Mulhn and son. Robert,
QUICK bow! Lots pep for the
question of- the affectionate
btono)s aad brnnets. The editor Is
rttttas; aU JctBds of pomes, drawing
and everything else, bee Ides the usual
number of letters. Fan Doliay has
sent a pletvre of his latest brunet;
also a contribution for a mattress
for the editor. A vote of thanks Is
recorded; also to the fan who mailed
the editor a hard-boiled egg 1st an
envelope. Ooija. on being questioned,
said that tkere was no slur intended,
so the egg was placed on file for fu
ture reference. The fans are about
even on the affectionate question,
though some are placing votes for
the Titian-haired persons.
WHICH ARK 3IORB AFFBCTIOX
ATK, BLfrTDS OR JlRUNETSt
Send the results to -the Herald.
Here are some:
Shakes-Bear All the blonds know
about is conceit and deceit.
Bx-Geb Brtuieta are certainly
more affectionate. Might as well have
an Iceberg as a blond.
A He e I've tried many blonds and
found them not very affectionate, eo
j. uniu. a u iui u tar tauu ui a tu uit;
SlmpHHty Neither. It's the red
Babe -Brnnets are the only truly
affectionate, for the brnnets have
everything just right.
Charlie Rosen Both are affect ion -
tate until they get your money, but a
oionae wiu snow you some sympatny
Sweetheart ToflTre wrens. Sersrt.
Dick. Perhaps they were brnnets be- '
fore they became blonds.
Terrible APs Staler Neither. Try
the auburn tint and you'll never go
back to any other. They're werry.
Vlvaelsus AJ I really cant pass
decision. Blonds and brnnets try to
outdo one another in lavishing their
affections on me. ril say that's
Utopia. 4 Ed. Wen I say so, tea. Hew
do yea do It. AID
Miss Smart Just because Terrible
AI's wife disappointed him owing
to his lack of Judgment) that doesn't
prove that the rest of us are not very
Alice -It has always bees taken for
granted that brnnets are most affec
tionate, bnt why not start a contest?
(Ed But wfced be the ledges. Affeef)
Memo--Blonds have but one lore.
They love but once and the rest of
the time they fake it- But brunets
don't know how.
SIMIIEY HOCKS, who hae bees broke
fur about a week, got hold of five
dollars today, and sow feels like a
The aoddBg bird tlut h&s bees
risrimg in the oH deai tree near tke
heme of Washington Hecks every;
sundae before daybreak has quit. SOe
iHew says a mocking bird is jwt
wasting breath trying to stag while I
W.ah is snoring at h-'s best, i
Sometimes it looks like nearly
everybody else except you is wrong,
but they are not.
results c&f correct
shine light out in
the -faces of people
- Healthful and
Sold by grocers.
have returned from California, where
they have been all summer.
J. J. Kaeter has reurned from a trip
to Kansas City and Albuquerque.
Fred English, chief depute county
clerk. Is back at work after a short
vacation spent In huntfrts; In Mexico.
MILLS BUILDING OFFICE
CEASES PASSPORT BUSINESS
No more passports will be issued in
the office of the inspector of immi
gration on the ninth floor of the Hills
building. In the future every per
son, whether resident of El Paso or
visitor In the city, most obtain pass
ports at the. chamber of commerce.
i Positively no residents of EI Faso
1 will be given ten day permits. All
, tourists are entitled to ten day per
, mita on presenting; prrof of residence
t Peter A. Rowe has been- assia-ned to
the chamber of commerce to assist
; Touts Hellner, permit agent, in issuing
i pass pods. The quarters of the immi
j grration service there are to be en
l rarg-ed. Mr. Rowe is a former news-
paper man. He was for years on the
j old Chicago Journal.
j PHOENIX NURSE DISCUSSES
PLAN OF BASIS FOR PENSION
Cincinnati. O., Sept. J. Dr. Anita
Ma gee. Washington, D.' C, was elected
president of the S Danish-American
War Nurses' association by unanlmoui
vote at the closing session of the
convention here last night.
Dr. 4fagee held the office of presi
dent for six years, when the associ
ation was organised 20 years ago.
Miss Rebecca Home, Phoenix. Arlx
w ho i chairman of the executive
romrnittee. discussed with- the nurses
a i !an tn ha e the Spanish war nurse
placed on the same basis as war vet
era ns as regards pensions.
Silver from sea water is often
found deposited -on the copper sheath
ing of ships.
.Alkali in Shampoos
- Bad For Washing Hair
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali, which is very
injurious, ss It dries the scalp and
makes the hair brittle
The best thing to use Is Ifulslfled
cocoanut oil shampoo, for this is pure
and entirely seaseleea. It s verr
cheap, and beats anything else ail to
pieces. Too can get Mulsifled at any
drug store, and a few ounces will last
the whole family for months.
Simply moisten the hair with water
and rub it in. about a teaspoonful is
all that is required. It makes an
abundance of rich, creamy lathe
cleanses thoroughly and rinses out
easily. The hair cries quickly and
evenly, and is soft, fresh looking,
bright, fluffy, wavy, and easy to han-
"dle. Bestoes, It loosens and takes out
everv particle of nnst. dirt nnd dan
druff. Be sure your druggist gives
you Mulsifled. Adv.
We are in Earnest
we say it is reckless to
buy lumber utOnat a guar
antee. Green lBmber may look
as well when first used, bat
time soon shows its inferiority
in splits, checks and shrink
age. Our lumber is all well
seasoned before we let it go
oat. Try as with an order and
yoa will be oar steady cos
tcater at die fatstre.
Hede-Sherrod Lumber Co.
"A Skgk Stick r a Cathaf
18M Texas Street
L J. OVERLOOK. BROKER
PR1VATB LEASED WIRE
Vogmm Jt Bryan, Cfctease, Neva
Xork- Paine. Webber Co- Baa.
317 North Orecon St. Phone 3451.
SL Reel HateL
PRE-WAR SCHEDULE OH THE
Effective Oct 1st, from Saa Fraackca aaI New Orleans, tke SON
SET LIMITED wS be restored ta the are-war Khednlt, at folaws:
TRAM NO. MS
It. El m. .SS6 A. X.
Ar. San Antonio ,SlM A.X.
Ar. HoautM ad A.M.
Ar. Sew Orleaaa 8aM P. af.
(Layover Car to San Antonio)
TRAIN NO. 191
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DINING CAR OBSERVATION CA
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