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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD El Paso Texas Friday Evening March 25 1910 I2Pagcs All the XeTra If eraf d Prints It first Wkile It' Freb. .ilj ROWS uUUul LUil I FORCE Is a Man of Character and Power; an Example of Energy and Ambition. HONORED NATIVE SON OF TEXAS Meets Old Friends in El Paso and Smiles at Red Tie Picture in The Herald. By A. 31. Walker. El Paso entertained a distinguished Texan over night judge Robert Scott IiOvett once farmer -boy station agent lawyer corporation counsel 'and now president of the board of directors of the Harrimar. dnterests and successor to the late E. EL Harriman. There is nothing of the railroad wizard about judge X.ovett as there was about E. H. Harriman. No secre- taries preceded him and there were no flunkies to be seen before the distin- guished Texan could be reached. Wear- ing a dark business suit and a stiff hat judge Lovefct swung through the doors of the St. Regis where he spent the night apparently as care free as a traveling salesman who had just sold...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

Extra Specia Silk Oar day we sizes AkLJSSJx .r L'J ift l Mm mm mnysm f$ i vvV TssAv 1 li-dg?' l if-N-JV and tan. They are splendid quality and sell regu larly at $1.00: We put them on sale t tomorrow morning per pair . 25c Handkerchiefs 3 for SQc "We place on sale tomorrow morning 100 dozen Wo- men's Handkerchiefs at a bargain price. These are fine quality pure linen Handkerchiefs hemstitched with embroidered flower design in one corner either eyelet or shadow embroidery. These are regular 25c Handkerchiefs; on sale tomorrow at 16 2-3c each or 3 for 50c Silk Petticoats Free Tomorrow "We have made every preparation to serve you best tomorrow on what you will need for Easter. As a special feature we will give free a splendid quality $5.00 silk petticoat with every tailored suit purchased amounting to $25.00 or over. These premium petticoats come in every imag- inable shade to match your new Easter suit. &2all-l"l"i:m:2: I W3Z2tf -:.'-y ill "mi. 1 1 1 illLriiiHIIulM Wwh ! (Continue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

Eridky March 25 1910. EX TTFRATJD M Mi kiM m -mmm be mm - mrn i ' n n " I I ' " ARDOIN'S Saturday's Sale Specials IN THE LEAD AGAIN Our Special Sales are certainly becoming popular. Each and every Saturday the crowds continue to in- crease. JUST NOTE OUB SATURDAY PRICES FOR EASTER Ardoin's "Peerless Roll Roast" always juicy and rich; sale price only per lb 12c Choicest " Shoulder Steak" corn fed beef: sale price only per lb - 10c Finest Boiling Meat .for 'this sale only 4 lbs. for 25c. 3JHk Yeal Stew young and tender; sale price only per lb 10c IorrelTs "Iowa Pride" Hams and Bacon from the corn belt of Iowa. Don't miss trying them. Our fancy live Plymouth Roek hens still selling. Only limited supply left. : Fruits and Vegetables Anything and everything to meet every taste and de- sire fresh every day. Pine Irish Potatoes; sale price 15 lbs. for 25c. New shipment. Nice Green Spinach sale price 2 lbs. for 15c. Young Green Table Onions 3 bunches for 10c. Juicy Oranges all sizes 20c to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EL PA HERALD : - " Friday March 25i910. S!L JF 7- c Laster u THE EASTER DEsHsER should be one of the most enjoyable meals of the year and the table should be laden with everything of the highest qual- ity. A successful dinner does not have .to contain everything on the market. If you have a few articles and they are the best "that can be secured then your dinner will be better than one which has every meat vegetable fruit and pastry. At our store you will find all the choicest meats from our own fed cattle home dressed poultry vegetables of every description fruits and all kinds of high grade groceries. "We would be'-pleased to have you visit our store tomorrow and see our supply of Easter eatables. e i Fruits and It is here you will find everything for East- er dinner fresh and crisp the choicest of- fered of garden and orchard. Fruits FAXCY RED OREGOX AP- PLES. "They look good and' 'tase bet- ter." BAA&C ' .. : .GRANGES. ' - LEMONS. .' K PINEAPPLES. AGUAOATIS. TANGERINES. GRAP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EL PASO HERAXB Friday March 25 1910. K5 IF THE SPECIALTY SHOP HAS IT IT'S CORRECT 1. You want an Easter Bonnet 2. 3. a You are particular about selecting correct stySes? You want a good Hat LOW price? SOLVED BONNET STYLE LOW PRICE three in one are found at the most popular miHinery department in town. The Specialty Shop HUSBAND II! MB ON HI jIts. Milton Fisher Is in a Globe Hospital Fisher Is in Jail. AILEEN BERG No. I Little Plaza WHERE'AIili Eli PASO IS BUYING ITS HATS PRESIDIO COUNTY CLUB ELECTS NEW OFFICERS. Postoffice Business Increases and Build- ing WIH be Enlarged Xevrs Notes and Personals. Marfa Tex. March 25. At a meeting of the Presidio County club of Marfa at the club rooms the following- offl- J cers and directors -were elected: "w. W. Bogel. president; W. P. Murphy vice presiaent; nr. j. u. -u.iaK.ui. cue- tary and treasurer. The club is in good condition financially and will soon In- BAGGAGE & TRANSFEE BAGGAGE PHOK7J BELL 1 AUTO 1001 "Will be up right away. Carefu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE f Friday March 25 1910. EL PASO HERALD feU-bllshed April 1SSL The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption a4 uccession. The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Trlbuna. The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent The Jeurn&L The Republican The Bulletin. - KESTBER ASSOCIATED PRESS 15D A3IER. NKWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC Ssttered at -ibo SI Paso Postcffiee for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Zeicate4 to the service of the .people that no good cause shall lack a chaia- icn and that evil ahcll not thrive unopposed. BelL Auto. r Bttrfnea Offic . .. 115 111& J Editorial Rooms ....2020 2028 1 Society Reporter 1019 l Ajdv6rtlslnsr denartment ................... 116 SJKKAZX 2El2S?HOXS SBRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. EaCy Eerald per month 60c; per year. $7. Weekly Herald per year. $5. The Daily Herald Ib delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Wilms and Towns. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a montn. A subscriber desiring the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Friday Maxell 25 1910. ": est rea News the aJUuC 1 flHHHHHHKBHHCBHBHMHSHI A J straight honest healthful cream of tartar baking powder. Made from Grapes. Contains not a grain of injurious MING Fifty h UfiTf WfllCf El Pasoans Are Keeping Eorce at Work in Eer- shell Property. Tombstone. Ariz.. March 25. Another 200 horsepower toiler for the power de- partment of the T. C. M. company Is expected to arrive within the next 15 days and will be installed alongside of the battery of -nine similar boilers now In operation on he hill. The ninth boiler was put in opera- tion lately and in a. short time 2000 horsepower will oe available to fur- nish steam for the numerous station and sinker pumps huge compressor and engines-'Of the big- plant operating the main shaft of the T. C. M. Co.'s hold- ings The water has been lowered about 25 feet below the 900 level andgradually a steady gain is being made to re- cover the flooded 1000 level and the Jumbo station pump on that level. Once...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 Friday March 25 19m s- s OnlyThe Verytnesf Of Meats kw BHB fact that when you order by phone or send the children you get just as good and choice meat as if you come yourself. Give this market a trial order and you will always be our customer. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Prime Rib. Roast per lb. only Shoulder "Boast per lb. only Good Boiling !Meat3 4 lbs. only... 122C 10c 25c Opitz Market Phone Bell 136 BAND CONCERTS TO START ON APRIL 17 Will Be Given Sunday Aft- ernoons at Cleveland Sq uare. a0h listen to the music of that big brass band!" That is what El Pasoans "Kill be singing before many months for according .to a statement made .by ald erman Blmnenthal this morning the city j council has. agreed to commence the con- certs at Cleveland square on April 17 which will be Sunday evening. There- after the concerts will be- held once each week on Sunday afternoons from 3 to 5 oclock during the months of April and May. Later in the season svhen it becomes too warm to hold t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

HERALD Friclav. March 25 1910 L PASO ? for Edlllw Weak Kidneys Backache Rheumatism or Lumbago it is absolutely essential in order to obtain satisfactory results that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy will be found more satisfactory than 1 Wt Delays are dangerous. There is no more com- mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature always gives due warning and failure to heed same may result in Diabetes Lumbago Brighfs Disease or some other serious affection of the Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab- sorbed and assimilated by the stomach driving out the poison due to disordered conditions of the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood and invigorate the entire system. The first dose will convince you that Pineules will do all we claim for them Get a bottle TO-DAY. Pineules are put up in two sites; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar size contain l( times as much as the 50 cent size. JOHN W. KENNEDY...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Friday Maxell 25 1910 FOR SALE House for tuberculosis. New Mexico. Health care Herald. FOR SALE A beautiful 6 room fur nished flat. Call up (phone 1503. BY HD.6fctNHAM ReSUltS'' is the tale of The Herald want ads. And this is the only explana- tion Of their grOWth. Those-who have tried them KNOW. FOR SALE FOR CASH 3 room fur- I nished tent house with electric lights; Dicycie in good repair; good shot gun. Call 1509 Cotton Ave. FOR SALE BY OWNER Modern 5 room white brick bath porches grate on car line; $500 less than cost; terms. Leavinsr city must sell at once. Ad dress M. A. Perkins Herald. 7 s - . - .-. y f Mflf5A Wg TELL HER TO . f I SMELL I SsNTME: W? ' I WfttT UTTL.E 1 """ SfiTff6MW I- TR I DO YOU KHOW OUR JSJS" g TT SMELL QASflNP r S - I (3fl6 LEKlW. MJ?.SfTH'. ' CH JL""" S" ithihk rr cones ?- v f--g-i s YES QB6 jtt a Tul COPYRIGHT. 1910. BT THE NEW Chmgs Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. IF" You' LOSE aNYTHSNG advertlne It here. It will b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EL HERALD Friday March 25 1910. 11 REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BUILDING. Vacant lots Two fine level south front corner lots. 1 block from car Hue. These lots are 140 feet in length and are located on the paved road to ort Bliss. At the price they are the best bargain in the city today. Only ?o7o for the 2. Cash. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building". Vacant lots Sunset Heights Ono and half lots east front level; 10 min- utes walk from postoffice. Half blocK. to paved street leading to the center of city. Will be on the new car line i .- -rrrc.- ATlccnnrl street. Only this one site at the price. $12a0. terms or cash. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. SUXSET HEIGHTS. Modern 6 room red pressed brick on paved street. 1 block from car Hne 1o cated in the finest residence suburb of El Paso right In the midst of a cluster of high priced residences. Price is only $4250 on very easy terms. H. Ii. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. Prospect Ave. Sunset Heights- South front corner. The ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Eiiday March 25 1910. SPORTIXG XEWS. WaAhead InQuality nil 0 wB or nil Thff money you spend inexperimenting with make believe brands of canned goods of unknown makers and untried qugdity you can put into im- mediate and provable use when you buy FerndePfrore Food Goods You know wnat it costs and you know what you rrfir SwP et Wrinkie Peas itrineless Beans Tender Lima Beans Sliced Peaches Preserves oweet Corn Canned Tomatoes Canned Pumpkin Pears Jellies and Jams OLD TIME BILL PROMDTFR HERE "Ted" Paso Sullivan "Visits El Thinks Sox Will Be Winners. Gall at the store and let us prove to you that Watson's Groceries Are Famous For Quality HEADQUARTERS FOR VEGETABLES Xarge Head Lettuce Fresh Okra Egg Plant New Potatoes Bell Peppers Chickory and Remain Celery Cauliflower Tomatoes Cucumbers Fresh. Spinach Summer Squash Beets and Turnips Fresh Asparagus Fresh Strawberries Every Day II i fllKil 1 1 AB ii J 1 Fai 2 -A Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 1151. ID ILL PLAY WHITE S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

HERALD El Paso Texas Saturday Evening March 26I910--26Pages All Use New KeraldPrints It First While It Freaa. Philadelphia Pa Slarch 2. The general sympathetic strike in this city is a thins of the past. The various salons which quit werk in sympathy with the striking street car men are preparing to resume -work Monday. The sympathetic strike will he formally called off at a meeting of Central Labor union -tomorrow. Leaders of the street car men declare the car strike will he continued all summer unless the transit company recedes from Its position. EL Easter Legends By E. C. L. New Tariff Bill to Be En- dorsed or the Position of ' Senator Beveridge? . LIVELY FIGHT IS ANTICIPATED Indianapolis Ind. March 26. Wheth- er the Republican state convention -which will be held here April 5 will endorse the Payne-Aldrlch tariff law j or the course of senator Beveridge who voted against the bill. Is a ques- tion that is causing party leaders deep concern as they assembled today In 92 county me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

nounced and the names will be written on the ballots. " After Easter Sale of I ail Easter buying is now over but the spring season is hardly begun. For next week we have added 100 suits to the big suit specials that created so much enthusiasm last week. In addition we have ar- ranged another special si sl lower price range. The three special lots of suits we offer you next week are beyond a doubt the best values that ypu -tan "possibly find. In fabrics there is every- thing in silk and woolen that is being worn this season. The color range includes all the fashionable shades of the season. The tailoring is of the usual White House quality in other words the best obtainable. We also want to Temind you that we are just as particular about perfect-fitting garments as customers themselves. When considering these reductions remember that these suits are not a special' purchase or job lot bought for sale purposes but are our regular high class garments. The difference in price between the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday March 26 1910. Host rinein of Grand Bargains i ' . J$t JL ' && The cllC & JL Jmii dl3 V W JL icr r i g w ltn it a h lilt . AViwBfci iUIm Is Hf ; 4111 l-a It If TTl ' i!frf! : ' fev w .- iUKKti if ' I 'I A 4lU lift fli I I i 1 U J l III 1 1 I l l J ' Jh ! w XL TTR the. nassino- of Easter comes the preparation of the summer wardrobe. The "style show'3 of this dav establishes the season's fashions decides which has found a place in i --mKi 4Wm. Th p. "Pnmilar's" styles were much in evidence recognizable among the thousands J through their individuality their air of distinction and perfect accord with the modes of the day. Stocks in this store meet the requirements of all lovers of good dress.Theunques- tioned authenticity of the styles inspires confidence in those who come to see and those who come to see invariably remain to buy. Monday we offer a splendid array; of summer things attractively priced helps in planning the summer clothes at the :um co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

ASO HERALD 4 Saturday March 26 1910. I Springer S r summer tfaoimec Porch Swin Canvas Oo E invas p oim New Arrivals good For AH Seasons Baby Gabs nglish mms Go-Garf Carload of BRASS BEDS in the latest designs and finishes. Beds that we guaranteed both as to quality and price. SPEOIALSALE Limoges French China China. Cup and Saucers and Plates. Beautiful stippled gold edges and lovely floral decorations in three kinds to select from the prices are cut half in two: $3.60 doz. B. &B. plates at i $1.80 4.80 doz. Dessert plates at $2.40 $6.00 dozen Breakfast plates at . . .- $3.00 $7.00-doz. Dinner plates at $3.50 Cups and Saneers to match the plates $6.00 doz. go at only $3.00 per dozen. This is the greatest bargain in ' Limoges5' French vtihina that we have ever offered. Blue delft Japanese tea cups special sale price 15c each. S prmger 216-218 San Antonio St. t'''f2nTt J I an This Mem Read Your Life? The Rich Poor Exalted and Humble Seek Ills Advice on Business Mar- riage. Friends ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday March 26-1910. i --gggL ssfsirn xnirp id &5! 2 a & 1 s)A 'J JpT Bisbee Ariz. March 26. James Hooe IJlPif VA tJffyVj ife -$1" a yu?S" miner attempted to commit sui- as! A jy- " - cide by taking- poison according' to au- tSv1f J ". thorities -when he learned that his llf ' afe. P' Undecided ? As to what kind of shoes you want to wear ? Pay our store a viat and let us show you the latent slyles in REGAL SHOES FOR WOMEN and you'll be no longer in doubt. No ouW ready-to-wear shoes can be compared with them fcr dainty style nor for the perfect fH and canifort insured by Regal qaarlei'sizti. S i-erner Diioe to. 215 S. El Paso St A TVn i Xv C 3 $350 llliF $500 XJ Bisbee Ariz. March 26. James Hooe a young miner attempted to commit sui- cide by taking- poison according to au- thorities -when he learned that his sweetheart Tn Greensburg P.O.. had .mar- ried a rival. He "was soon out of auger but is still despondent and refuses to go back to -work. A bold attempt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

MAGAZINE PAGE t Saturday March 26 1910. EDITORIAL A It PASO tafelihea April 1881. The El Paso Herald includes also b7 absorption as4 succession. The Dally News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Trlbuna The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. KKSJBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. KEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOQ Matured at iha EI Paso Postcfflce for Transmission at Second Class Rates. ' 1 . &!& to the serrJce of the people that no good cause shall lack a chan plan and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. BelL Auto. f Business Office ... 115 llli tOOtAJuD J Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 LXPHOXKS. ) Society Reporter ................1019 L Adrfertlslnff department . ..!.... .......... 11$ - TSRM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. DttSlT Eera.14 er mothr 6Gc; per year 57. "Weekly Herald per year fi. The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Wim and Townc Texas and Clud&& Jo&rez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday March 26 1910. ? ASzctf of Gotham. Xndert&ear is the next best thing to a shower bath so cool and refreshing. Coat Shirts and Knee Drawers of specially woven fabrics loose fit- ting crisp and comf ort- able. At $1.00 the garment and upwards. We carry in stock sizes 28 to 50 no trouble to fiit the smallest or the largest man. WE HANDLE THE GOTHAM SHIRT EX- CLUSIVELY IN EL PASO. $1 to . An Authority on Piano Making Has said: "No piano was ever built that never needed tuning." This is especially- true in this climate. W. 0. KGSmSGH Tuner 2020 Oklahomo St. Bell Phone 2426. BEEN AND GONE. rThe cashier has vanished." Great Scott! Have you looked into the safe? ' cYes but he's not in thereT The Herald has arravgtd to take want ads by phone. Call Bell 115 Auto 1115 up to 2 oclock daily. Your ad will be received. Inserted promptly and collected for nest day. E are going: to tone ocr boys down a bit this season that is as to the styling of their gar- ments. Perish ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

HERALD Saturday March 26 1910. Your After -Easter FT PASO i All Nainsook 10c a Yard. J J 33-ineh Xainsook in small and 9 large checks- Pretty and ser- viceable for children's dresses i I S an( aProns- Also very desir- i ! H aDe or nce unden'ear. Ex- I I I M tra special Monday '1 1A 1 1 1 If I Yaid I " i i in ! mm I I s! I j Rengo Belt Corset I '. '. This Corset is meeting the approval of all who appreci- ate a comfortable stylish Corset only $2 and $3. 1 mdMf1 V" hi' . 'i r-vP r -il I H1C0 v h P-Jb '-& i - vLl Y- I '! fUflt'&'i :?- i ii The specials below some for Monday some for all the week you really cannot afford to overlook. Not only are the reductions unusual but they are all so season- able. This is the time of the year when necessities are purchased new household goods new draperies and so on. Bead each item carefully! SPECIAL SHOWING NEXT WEEK E9 EXTEA! EXTEA! Apron Gingham 5c Apron Gingham in a variety of checked patterns sells regular- ly 71-2c a yard. Extra Speci...

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