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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

T7T PASO TTF.Pl.ATn-i El Paso Texas Wednesday f vening March 301910-16 Pages AIJ tke Xen IferaEd Prints It first While It' Frak. I JI-H Jfc-B aJ9 aflL. JLm mr T mJELb aJB iJIbmI wsSILi b 4La bHLm JILmdS wJmi I 1 i I UuDi til l UulUrtluL UyLolu Ul jnu iilfill! I - a descendant of solomon r i lit i si o nil lo iiT Li LffftLii nni8PfiRiiiin - iilinb uflUbni el rnau rniauioD i In Most Cases' Same Ar- ticles Are' Cheaper Here Than in Ciudad Juarez. DIFFERENT ON 'CANADIAN BORDER A narrow strip of -water separates Windsor Can. ana Detroit Mich. the same as with the two sister cities of the southern border. Juarez and El ?aso. But only so is there similarity- Different peoples step daily over the International lines and varying indus- trial and commercial conditions pre- vail. But both El Faso and tDetroit are in the United States and for fiiat .reason suffer' from the alleged cruelty of the trust controled food markets the big trusts and all the little-brother trusts. In this day of high p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

r V J?""..T..T " """ " ' g - The approach of The Hat Made For You .The hat that fits right; The hat that feels right The hat that looks right spring brings out many new styles infWomen'g and ; JL 'JHt I II WfUift-nKt Young Ladies' Footwear. WE ARE SHOWING Has a lot to do with that genuine satisfaction that comes only from being well dressed. Some Class To Gur Hats fl Beautiful Shirt Waist Styles ; i ' Since transferring the Shirt Waist Department we are enabled to give it the attention it deserves. This Spring vre have assembled the most beantiful collection of Shirt "Waists it is possible to procure. vThere is nothing in M Paso that approaches what we offer either in variety or values. In Lingerie and' Tailored Waists what -is wanted will be best secured here. Extra Special at $ LOO As to big end of the month special we offer an unusual value in waists at $1.00. There are 100 dozen waists in the offer The styles are both tailored and lingerie in white and colors. There are 50 diffe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

Wednesday March 30 191 SPORTING XEWS. HE RAID i ; "" " illL K$sB8mM&tek Unusual Showing of n a I 03 f 915 G 5" 3 SI yUi I Hid nil pecia umtner For Men and Young Men (Displayed in our Mesa Ave. Windows) Suits THE truth of our oft repeated as- sertion that it costs but httle to dress well is verified by the splendid showing of suits at this popu- lar price $22.50. Drop around and notice the styles shown in our windows. Then let us show you what perfection of material and workmanship is em- bodied in them. That thev come from Hart Schaff- ner & Marx and the " House of Xup- penheinier. ? ' is sufficient for means the best clothes on earth. that The suits shown at this price axe in the newest Spring models made of absolutely pure wool double twist yarn mixtures and modest plaids and stripes basket weaves and unfinished worsted Although gre.y is the predominating color a wide range of others is shown. The two-button sack coat with long roll collar 5a the style most favored by both...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

Wednesday March 30 1910. if! - Jftg M 0M . What Yoy VN . S v' 1AW1 -.rfw-.-- .. pP ISSr ' J$i- - &h -- I St N'' l't I rig ia.ii. i.miw ViaI? Y& m m lyf R jT& 15 jF When you try on one of our suits before our large mirrors. Be as deliberate as you eboose study every line of the whole suit note the fit and drape of the coat in front and back. "When you buy one of our suits be it for yourself or boy you get the utmost of a good brainy tailors' organization. Skilled designers and master tail- ors have fashioned it. Gome in and try one on; it costs you nothing. B. BLUMEMTHAL & BR i ll IS EveiytMng to Wear si At the Blumenthal Corner. r- - ' " People In El Paso Hotels From Xcyr Mexico. the Sheldon Del J. Holson and At family. Silver City; E. C. Dues !Las Cru- ces; J. Odd Hamilton Roswell; A- M. Gillespie Silver Cixy; Dr. M. G. Par- den Carrlzozo. At the St. Regis J. Staale Albuquer- que; Mrs. TV. H. Gleason and inaid Ala- mogordo; Mrs. T. F. Kelsh Alamogordo; It Our New Ph...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

0 EL PASQ HERALD y Wednesday March 30 191& .5 e Uow-Cut 1 Styles For .tfJESBP Colleg ; W M Reafa -. Young' Men SUPERFLUOUS HAIR RECOVER The Xew York TVorld In Commenting Upon TJnscrupnlous Manufacturers of Them Says: 1 In ftiii" 1ofaefr eltirtrmant f nOTAf RrTal cHrlP TCXf especially designed for young men. These swagger shoes A reproduce the extreme fashions for this season and are M now being worn extensively by college men at all the leading universities. REGAL SHOE always give you the latest advance styles and we always get these styles as soon as they are produced by the Regal factories. Another distinct advantage ot our ' Regal low-cuts they are made on special Oxford lasts not on regular high-shoe lasts as are ordinary Oxfords. This insures smooth snug fit at the heel and around the ankle. Regal Oxfords never chafe or gape atjthe sides. Moreover Regal quarter-sizes insure an exact comfortable fk which ycu don't get in other shoes. animal of the entire number of food anima...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

e Wednesday Mardi 31. PASO Set&bilsned April. 1SSL The El Faso succession. Toe Dally News Tha Telegrapn. xne xeiegram xce xnomw The Graphic The San The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal The Republican. Ths Bulletin. REHBER .ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3TER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC 3tered at -the EI Paso PoEtcffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. &icts4 t the service of the people that no ood cause shall lack a chant ylea. and that evil ehall not thrive unopposed. r -nv4na nf7t MKRALTJ tXPEOHM Editorial Rooms j society reporter ....." - L Advertising department 116 WSRH3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. XHljr Eeralfi per mouth. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per-year $2. I Tie Daily Eerald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. TFort SUae and Town. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring: the address on his paper changed will plsase stt Jb Ma comxnunic&iion both the old and the new address. ikf JB.X JUJSJUV 13i Subscribers failing to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

PASO HERALD "Wednesday March 30 1910. 'I Drink But Little Co - rninnno idc f il ffee B U fit ( I 1 B SsH m IE N I . ! 111 L.I1 U iJ H1EL h Ill &d HreadW kJ Ip Biscuit Cake Pastry SP;I FreshTastefal Health- I 11 ful and Economical when L iC 2r53 lip Royal is Hie only Asking powder ma$e from Royal Grape Ceaia of Tartar Kfo .rii jffy BttrSlir.jG&F' wgrjr s? J- -Gi5 yrt5 5vjpvj Am ! p XSJJ TRAINS WIIiIj RITV TO 3IIA3U SOOX. Globe Ariz. March 30. As soon as the new Arizona Eastern depot at Miami is completed a matter of about three weeks the regular passenger train which arrives here at 7:05 o'clock every evening will run through to Miami after a stop here of about 15 minutes. The construction of the depot will b started next Friday and as soon as It Is completed the new service will be- jin. The train will not remain at Miami however but It Trill return to Globe as soon as It unloads passenger baggage mail and express for the new camp. While it s often impossible to pre- j vent ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

s Wednesday March 30 1910. Many Wedding In City urnerou In Club Circle. N yff louring the X&JeeK I VJv JsJ Un g r 1 & n Oaf ORDo -s3y wv X-i && It style sdf make i ZsC.&: m& livnvwA " .I 7 jm w Ours Are the Right Sort! Our Oxfords are anade hj expert makers and every little detail in the making and finishing is looked after with experienced eyes. Black and Suede leathers. Short Tamps and perforated tips- Cuban heels medium toes. Button Lace or Blueher models. All Sizes and Widths $2.00 $2.50 $3.0.0 $3.50 to $4.00 This cool weather suggests .Our Little Eolks' Department is re- plete with just the kind of footwear the children ought to have sight- ly yet durable and every shoe mod- erately priced. We hare them 50c in infant's sizes in wwr FOR THE YOUNG LADY. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LSCTrDE SCHEDfLED FOR THURSDAY. A lecture on Christian Science will be given in the El Paso theater on Texas street Thursday evening March SI by Frank H. Leonard of Brooklyn The lecturer i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

"FT. PASO TTRRAT.TI Wednesday ITareh 30 1910. VAUGHX POST3IASTER RESIGNS HIS OFFICE. Several BuusIovrs jVrc Xow Belnp: Erected Iteat Houses Are SiiH In Demand. Vaughn X. M. March 30 Leonard R Hardie has resigned the office of post- master at Vaughn on account of busi- A SWOLLEN" JAW Is not .pretty nor pleasant. TVliether it's caused by neuralgia toothache or accident. Ballard's Snow Xiinlmertt tvIH reduce the swelling and relieve the pain. The great nnd sure cure for rheuma- tism cuts burns bruises scalds any and ail aches and pains. Sold by all druggists. ness requiring his whole attention. Jud-e Soence Hardie has been appoint efto the p'ace Mrs. T. M. Dumas re--raainmg as assistant- Grant C. Otis cashier of the Vaughn Trust and Savings bank is planning to build a residence as soon as a suitable location is decided upon. Frank Troxler and R. J. Warner have bought out Walter Hunter's meat mar- ket T C. C. Marshall of Kansas City who is interested in Hardie addition is con- sidering ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

1C Wednesday. March 30. 1910. L PAS LOOK TO YOU O HERALD 1 Remember Life Is An Opportunity it Is Yours to Take Ew. Make Up For High Prices Now In Outfitting Yourself In Ev?i ryth AMONGST THE THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES YOU C&H BUY MOW No. 7 Cook Stove For $4.00 3 Cook Stove For $5.00 STEEL RANGES AT HALF THE PRICE YOU PAY FOR THEM EVERY DAY. HEATING STOVES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU WHEN YOU EXAMINE THEIR BEAUTY AND WORTH AND THEN FIND OUT THE PRICE YOU CAN BUY THEM FOR NOW. Housewives Know They Need the Following Every Day: Water Coolers Reeds Roaster Sanitary Garbage Cans Universal Percolators Universal Washing Machines Galvanized Wash Tubs Galvanized Buckets Meat Juice Presses Bread Boxes DO NOT F Granite Dish Pans Galvanized Wash Boilers Apple Tree Swings Toy Wringers Scrub Brushes Lemon Squeezers Dippers Ladles Tea Strainers Coffee Strainers Sink Brushes Clothes Pins Flash Antiseptic Hand Cleaner Bar Polish Ideal Metal Polish Black Silk Stove Polish ;i Flat Irons Polishing Irons Floo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday March 30 1910 11. 1 Smz VI w will ell IU i3t?t? J ""' The Direction Is Up i r i "The direction is up' The residents of Grandview enjoy pure delicious air that P cannot be found on the lower levels. In addition to the many homes that have sprung up in G-randview it is well to re- mind prospective buyers that the Country club is an asset of permanent value. Every one should own El Paso property of some kind. Whether you intend it as an investment or for a future home two lots in G-randview are by far the best invest- ment offered in El Paso today. The modern advantages such as telephone two car lines electric lights are not to be overlooked when figuring on G-randview. v If you will go out and see G-randview Addition and spend a little time in studying its natural advantages you will understand why it is named " Grandview.' ' No other suburban addition to El Paso has the natural advantages of Grandview nor the modern improvements that have been added to Grandv...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

el faso herald 12 Wednesday March 30 1910. Chmgs Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. I LOST Saturdav evening S. A- E. fra- ternity pin. Return to 709 Arizona Re ward. TEX dollars reward for check book on Cisco Banking Co. containing con- tracts and note. Leave at Leroy Flats. IK OV LOSE ANYTHiNG- advertise U here. It will be returned to you if an honest person finds it. Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every cay through his column- PERSONA .T. SEWALL WICIvETT piease commu- nicate with your sister in Providence; cry important. INFORMATION WANTED Want to know the address of Calvin Abel form- erly of Des Moines la.; last heard Oi. in Frankfort Kansas; send information to sister. Mrs. May Gumm 132 Tele Ave. Oakland Cal. Help and Sitautibns In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE- WANTED Men for actual contrary work; no expense to learn electricity. flifimhinir bricklaying automobiles in few months. 200 students last year. writo fnr f rp atalocr. U. T. school...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

Wednesday larcli 30 1910. 13 ' FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE. HEAL ESTATE BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BUILDING. Vacant lots Two fine level south front corner lots 1 block from car line. These lots are 140 feet in length and are located on the paved road to Fort Bliss. At the price they are te best bargain in the city today. Only $oo for the 2. Cash. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. Vacant lots. Sunset Heights One and half lots east front level; 10 min utes walk from postoffice. Half uiock to paved street leading to the center . .. tttm. -i. . v 1.0m onr lint or city. win ue u -" -.. - - - - - running out West Missouri street. Only .. o. v.. -nT-5fp. S125C. terms i.itii uue aiLc t. cii& ii.w . T . II. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. SUNSET HEIGHTS. Modern C room red pressed brick on pavsd .street 1 block from car line lo- cated in the finest residence suburb 01 El Paso right in the midst of a cluster of high priced residences. Price is only $4250 on very easy terms. H. L. HOWELL 213...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 14 Wednesday March. 30 1910. cSSSSaeraSiS R &s ft . I usmess Men! Office Furnishings? Are you satisfied with your present con- veniences? With the advent of modern office buildings does it not suggest to you a more complete office equipment? We wish to im- press upon you that office furnishings and fix- tures is one of our specialties we are pre- pared to furnish all styles of high class roll and flat top Desks Tables and Chairs at ex- tremely moderate prices. KmN"OlBNSXS BASEMENT is becoming a popular place for housekeepers. We have the largest and most varied stock of Kitchen Wares and Household Hardware that you will find in El Paso. You can get what you want here. Don't run all over the city looking for things you won't find. But come to the Springer Basement and trade with comfort and economy. 216-218 San Antonio St. wmmmmmms& Small No Job T None Too Toltec Club Robert-Banner American National Bank Schutz Building and Rio Grande Valley Bank Are some of th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday March 30 1910. 15 v A Certainty of Cure is What Every Sick Man Wan As each patient presents special susceptibilities idiosyncracies and peculiarity of make up no stereotyped treatment -will cure them even though they elicit similar symptoms. The failure of many physicians to take into consideration this important fact is partly responsible for so many failures in medicine so many so-called incurable diseases so many millions being thrown away annually for patent nostrums- Good common sense reasoning is moTe essential to the successful eradication of disease than all the musty theories that have ever been or ever will be promulgated. Experience the result of many years' prac- tice careful observation and investigation has enabled us to separate the good from the bad the true from the false in medicine. TTe have tested all well known methods of treating Chronic Diseases and selected a com- bined method the most successful in existence today. OUR SUCCESS IS" TH...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 16 Wednesday March 30 1910. i i t MBIiiiaK Easy to Get Good s Groceries In El Paso So niany.new customers have told us lately that they were so glad they found out about our Gro- cery store. Of course Ave are glad to get new cus- tomers all the time but we. are just as particular about holding the old ones. The Groceries you get here are the clean fresh and pure kinds that make your meals delicious and make the task of the housekeeper easy when it comes to preparing the meal for we have such a wide range of Good Groceries. Prompt delivery is one of our Specialties. Pilisbury Flour The acme of perfection in Plour- The finest -wheat in the world is se- lected and ground into Pilisbury Flour therefore you get all the life- giving qualities of wheat wihen you buy Pillsbury's Best.. We are exclusive agents and have just received a fresh carload- $1.10 and $2.20 per sack. ANOHOYNEC SARDINES Fish Exquisitely Flavored with Ravigote Sauce 15c per can; $1.50 per dozen Phone 151...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 March 1910

EL PASO EI Paso Texas Thursday evening March 31 1910-10 Pages AI5 the News nersld Prints It first While It's Frcsb. iiiiiflf3 . . ' J New Orleans La. March 31. Xo more trips to Afrlcnfor the chase of the hippopotamus eland dlkdlk wart hog and other strange animals will be necessary 10 years from now if the Louisiana .state legislature heeds the re- qnest of the state game commlition. The commission after a conference with congressman Broussard decided today to ask the legislature for an appro- priation lor an Importation of African bis same to LouiIana for breeding purposes. Representative Broussnrd has in- troduced a bill In congress looking to the introduction of African mammals Into the United States for food purposes. It is claimed that the climate of Louisiana Is fcuch that African game would thrire here. HIpopotami would read- ily thrive it Is said in the rivers of the state and other game that thrives and multiplies rapidly in Africa could easslly be transferred here. Says In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 March 1910

Nothing Nicer Than a Good Boas prices" just try this market Specials For Prime Rib Boast only per lb. Xoin Steaks per lb. only 122C 172C Smoked Fresh or Pickled Tongues Pone Bell 136 Terrib Qf Sp Followed in the "Wake of tfoe Trouble Which Overtook Mrs. Fournier of Lake Charles. Iake Charles La. "I -was so sick as a result of -womanly trouble that I thought I would die" writes 21ns. E. .Fournier of 516 Kirby street this city. "I used to" suffer every month and no doctor could relieve me. "'The month before I took the Car- duir I could hardly -walk and could not -wear my corset. "I had backache headache pain in mv leers chills faintinsr spells sick ckU ncTt stomach dragging feelings and patience or courage. '"Since taking Cardui I feel like a different -woman. I haVe $10 more pain can-"walk as far as I -want ana feel good all the time. 'I advise all sick ladies to try Car- dui the woman's tonic." Tou can "Buy" many "medicines' and tonics for men's and -wonien's ills but only in Cardu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday March 31 1910. THE 1 1 1 Li SCULP OF EL Cnarles Comiskey the Great Warrior Chief Will Wear It at His Belt in Future. THE SCOEE? OH IT WAS ENOUGH! They All Like El Paso By L E. Sanborn of Chicago Tribune With the rest of the White Sox party I have been looking: forward for several days to El Paso as an oasis in the desert and like the rest of them have not been disappointed. The general impression of western Texas in the east is epitomised in the well worn . expression that ''all it needs is more water and society." I'll admit the need of more water hut the experience of the whole of us In the first few hours after arrival leads to strong disbelief of the existence of the need of better society. Xowhcrc along the route since leaving Chicago on February '25 had the reception given warmer not in the climatic but in the rpirit of friendly good will than here. the AVhite Sox been And the trip has included many cities more widely noted for their hospitality and for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 March 1910

Thursday March 31 1910. EL PASO HERALD i " . II LTTTMl..wmwiiirTlwTiMim. M '" I I 0 JLfc I ill ' - s I Id? .dlP A8fc. - - 2eLJ xx. -n xass j&y James Forbes Copyright 1908 by Kx. W. Dillingliam Company. THE GH0RU5 W Novelized From Forbea'a Play of the Same If ame by John W. Harding Your Sprins Hat Is Here it "We announce an opening display of everything new in Spring Hats. Whether your fancy turns to a Straw or any other Mnd of a Hat it is here you will find just the particular style that suits you best. In addition to Spring Hats we want to remind you that Spring Suits and Furnishings are now displayed here in the widest possible range of choice attractively priced. s MORE RAIN FALLS AT DEL RIO TEXAS Stockmen and Dry farmers Axe Greatly Benefited by the Sloisture. Del Hio Texas March 31. An inch of rain fell here and it means thous- ands of dollars to this section. Coming as it did right after the rain of a few "weeks ago the benefit is twofold. From reports received by the loca...

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