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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Glassify Ads, on Pages IS, 14 and 15. Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. LOOKING FOR HALLEY'S Evening SkyMap for April APRIL MOON PHASES, LAST QUARTER. APRIL- NEW MOON, APRIL 9- , FIRST QUARTER, APRIL 16. FULL MOON, APRIL Zk fACESOUTHANB HOLD THE MAP OVEtt YOURHEAB-THETOP "H0PJH.ANDY0UW1LLSEE THE STARS AKPLANETS J05T AS THEY APPEAR" 1NTHE HEAVENS. f I HE month of April -will be most I Important in the history of Hal ley's comet, and those who are interested in astronomy will' now watch the skies with redoubled Interest- The comet was discovered on September 11th last while still 300 millions of miles from the earth and sun, and seven months of the time before it -should swing past the sun at Its closest approach. When the comet was picked up in the photograph of ilax "Wolf, it -was so faint that onlj' the largest tele scopes in liic vwhu uuum uu -w o-ni i j i v. niiv,tc-f t-o, nf toil I...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

hort Talks important an Interesting In beginning our discussion on SPECIFIC BLOOD POISOX a brief refer ence to its history may not be -without interest. The history of the disease dates back many centuries, in a surgery written in uhe year 1250 by Theo doric, a Dominican Monk. An entire chapter is devoted to this disease, and the treatment -which this author recommends is modernn enough, with most physicians anyway, and consists of the use of mercury. As still further evi dence of the antiquit' of the disease may -be mentioned recent translations of ancient Chinese medical writings, which snow that the disease was known in China two thousand years ago. Moses -was undoubtedly acquainted with the disease; a fact that makes it still more ancient- SPECIFIC BLOOD POISOX is by far the most treacherous, loathsome, complicated and far reaching in its evil consequences, of any disease which afflicts mankind. "The iniquities of fche father shall be visited upon liis children, even unto the th...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

EL EA.SO HERAXB ' f r i Violet Came Violet Saw Violet Conquered! Ccpyrtghted. jgiff, by the American Examiner. Great Britain Rights Referred. ifauaistvfluie. aunty. te ni i rn ittw 1 1 1 i n n?n n v I I v ' a3 sJl i . i i ?r 'k p 11 1p 7 1 d Lll II a te?'! l J' I &d leij . - n i i i ) I'l ab 1 ' T-1 ' ! rSuT-l-M NlGoks!- ( P-- 1 OBSERVE THE Js-f- ,-lT nrl SURPRISED .VE ( i2 ' rv P t fftX A. ( HARMUE5!aJ J"M CHILDHOOD. J Y M tW V VH CanY allow IX)GS ysfs vV VT VrOv rVl ) 1 So tragic fdr LiI Vr 7 M fl fl I g jnp3333o n FT" J rT p o ; -i j REMEMBR..( f9 ,; J . ("HELP "V TFl J lor l l Vf -" rfete! ! fair r t . -c ""- i ho ?TnT f : 1

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

20 EL PASO HERALD Saturday, April 2, 1910. Many Wedding In City During the V&eefi JS! timer qus Happy In Club Circle iff I Two Popular- Spring Oxfords The Patent and Suede Ankle Strap as well as the Pat ent and Suede Pump in both welt and turn soles are very popular sellers and we have received some new styles and effects which are worth while your, inspection. Ankle Strap, patent or black suede Ties $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 Other styles in Low Cuts or Oxfords, patent, gun metal or kid $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4. They XOait For Joti By Edwin Slarkham. A new Suede Pump with patent collar and patent tip, very new $LA (( and nobby .p'T.UU GREATER EL PASO'S GREATEST SHOE STORE (Ttf&fy 7i SHUkr nnM&ANY m t4Aabaj7J?I i Look not, O friends, Titu unavailing: tears Into the Past look to the brave young: 3 ears! Look to the Future: All is there In Wnit, All that you fought for by the broken pate The faith that faltered and the fire that fell; The song: that died into a lonely...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

Saturday, April 2, 1910. 21 Grow We W EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT OUR BUSINESS CONTINUES lo We want-everybody to benefit by our prosperity. The fact that we do business in West Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Mexico should be an inducement to you while the quality of our goods speaks for itself EL PASO HERALD ant Our Millinery Section Offers Many' New Styles , Parasols vand Sun Shades All colors, new styles, dir (Ci prices 98c to ... J J.lUU fallow Plumes Black, -white and in colors. Special ATon $10.98 PJumes worth ?15.00, at ..V.. Plumes worth $20.00, fc 2 7 C Giv.e us your mail orders. Special One Week Millin ery Sale -' Pattern Hats After Easter styles, all new, trimmed in plumes, flowers and ribbon Pattern Hats (worth $15.00 rtQ J A Pattern Hats worth $17.00 (tlH QQ Sailor Hats Best assortment ever seen in El Paso, all colors and styles trimmed with plain vel vet and fancy bands Sailor Hats worth4 $1.50 QQ - at :..'. ...: yoC Sailor Hats worth $2.75 A yjQ Sailor Hats worth $3.50 d - ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

Saturday, "April LOOKING l f 22 T1EM8EH, or THE' - 9? ' - -""7 FIRST AND SBT JJOStTlNG FKATEENITV: " THE UMPmS, GUARDIAN THE. PRBSIDENT cSTTc? ZJtS . TV , SIxttaAK BAIX F ' ERfc ' . LE0?Egf UE THE BALL-.TOLLING. ; g. THE CENTER Of .ATTACTm 1 r-x. PROSPERITY SIGN HUNG OUT FOR NATIONAL GAME Fine Players, .Fine Fields and Fine Sport for Season of 1910. ;" AMERICAN JAISTJE -BRIGHT WITH HOPE Review of Clubs, in Which Strong Points of Each Are Brought Out .for Fans. They are fishing; and it is useless, away from them, futile to try to get can mankind. It is tention of Ameri to demand the at whlch are bound three subjects steeple," there are Eezpyterian chu'ch er'n de sky dan do mark, "to be high was Tvont to re "Ephraim E a s 1 e y begins, as Uncle When the sun CBy Joha B. FontcT.y making: garden and baseball, -and the greatest of these is baseball. Don't tryi to evade the direct accusa tion and by subterfuge attempt to make people believe that you are not Interest ed in the national game...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

Saturday, April 2, 1910. 23 Great Bowling Congress Gossip About Ball and Other Sport nera Baltimore New York Bowlers Hope To Lead In the Big National Tournament At Baltimore port Gossip Ah out All By T. G. Turner Sorts Of S, and Things EL PASO HERALD pl ' "Chewey" rullerton, sport writer for Ho. TTon-r ci-ri.Hr.at.ft. tells Z. Story Ol something which happened when he was reading copy in the Record-Herald editorial rooms. The sporting authority u-ed to amuse himself between baseball seasons with such profitable amuse ment, but now, being truly great owning a plant with the magazine edit ors, he meredly rests for the winter, just like any millioniar. But let's away to the story, which although it has nothing to do with sport, may help to while away an Idle moment: The managing editor came running out of his 'sanctum of sane tomoniums. "What son of a gun wrote this haa?" quoth his nibs, the manag ing editor. "I did," admitted a well known Chicago newspaper man, now dead. "Well, coma o...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

Vk'.V CTriMed. 1910. br thtf Jtoerican Exailaer-. XlreaLBriUIa Wtbts RirT. . H if S XT -j .?.3'i. slf -.. 1JTIHI V J JT7 5TCT"ifr-rrt . - - 9iriii f II t I IL fl MnZ2iX3bJ- r ""- i r- RE-JoltAEE) that the idot- vas n't even hurt? Was n 't Touched, jt kept right on SMILING JUSTASITJaiilED BEFORE IP You Keep righton smiling aiothiimq WILL BOTHERYou. TheYCant Touch You. SGiNP tfoDD, eh ? Well it true p!D I EVER HAVC ANY Trouble? IF I D1D3 DIDNV KNOvir THEVORLD 15 A LOOKING aLASSJFYou 5M.LEATT IT SMILES BACI'- IF PEOPLE mi CROSS TbYOlLFEEL SORRY F0K7HEM ANDSMJLF.' The smile That Wont com off has made SOME. PUN vtKr kich. fl PLEASANT, GOOD NATUREP SMILE AND A LITTLE CHANGE PROPPEP into the palm will get you WORE ATTENTION ANDSERVlCETtfAN AIL WANT HAPPY PE0P1E To WAITON ME

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, April 2, 1910. 25 RENE BAGHE'S HOW BUREAU OF MANU FACTURERf IS BUILDING- IT UP. Developing a New Corps of "Commercial Scotrfe,' ' Who Travel All Over the World and Gather Business In formation A Government Intelligence Office Which,Dispenses Universal Knowledge. WASHINGTON, D. a, April 2 Youns Julian I. Brode, of Memphis, is a lively and alert special agent of the bureau of manu facturers, Tvho spends his time in trav eling all 'over the world, to gather in formation about cottonseed products. He finds out -jyhere there is a demand for such products, who will buy them, what are the best ways -to pack and ship thm from this country in short, the methods whereby American pro ducers of "materials of the kind can best reach foreign markets. Clever Experts. Brode isone of a number of clever experts composing a corps of "com mercial scouts," as they might be called, which the bureau of manufac turers is trying to build up. It is their business to gather informatio...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 2 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 26 Saturday, April 2, 1910. 11 I OLD FURNITURE jSTo matter how dingy and worn, may be made beauti ful by refimshing. A small can of Isfukote will work wonders with old furniture. Easy to Get Good By James Forbes Copyright, 1908, by vJ. W. Dillingham Com pany. ORUS LADY Novelized From Forbes' Play of the Same Name by John W. Harding lFoceries m aso So many new customers have told us lately that they were so glad they found out about our Gro cery store. Of course we 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 pare 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. Pillsbury Flour The acme of perfection in Flour- The finest wheat in the world is se lected and ground info Pillsbury Flour, therefore you get al...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

U Paso, Texas, Monday Evening, April 4,1910-12 Pages BerafdPrirtsitnrst IH. 1 , -A 1 I i Pj K, A I j IJ While It's Fresh. jRa JL-O t L. P1 -Jt mJL. JILnrtM aaLa HF " " " u uui . kw: k .m m , HII I n pc t i i m ebb rti Miiiinn; i sum ii hi i inn! mi isi in Hi 2B iiiunissi i ski RlVltn UHN IN Uf illNb UUVVil II? King Invitest Ex-President to G-o For Drive With Him on Tomorrow. THE TROUBLE AT THE VATICAN Reception Was Not Uncon ditional and the Visitor Refused to Accept It. Rome, Italy, April 4. King Victor Emmanuel received Mr. Roosevelt at the Quirlnal today- The occasion af forded an opportunity for another ex hibition of the admiration of the pub lic for the former, president and. the popular interest in his every moment. The hour -of his reception was known and crowds greeted him all the way from his hotel to the 'royal palace. The Icing- received Mr- Roosevelt with the utmost cordiality and the two, left alone, chatted for threequarters of an hour. At the king's request, Mr. Roos...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

CZL -. Z The Very Best Groceries at the Very Best Prices 3 pkgs. Kalston Hominy Grits for. , 25c Pure- Creamery Butter for 35c 50 lbs. best Greeley Potatoes for 75c j 3 pkgs. American Oatmeal, Quaker Oatmeal, just re ceived, per pkg Quaker Oatmeal, 6 pkgs. for Puffed Wheat, 3 pkgs. for Puffed Eice, 2 pkgs- for - Quaker" Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. for Pefctijohn's Breakfast Food. 2 pkgs. for Cracked Wheat, 2 kgs. for 3 pkgs. Macaroni for - 3 pkgs. Spaghetti for . 4 2-K. cans Tomatoes for 2 3-Ib. cans Peaches, Pears or .Aipricots for c c 25c 25c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c Peeled Peaches or Apricots, 4A per gallon cans vr C 3 cans Tan Camp's Pork and ftjjj T?mis for OC 2 cans Monarch Green Lima 35c Beans simply fine) for. Highland Park Delivery Every Wednesday; East El Paso, Every Tuesday and Friday, s Out-of-town business solicited. Standard Grocery Co. THE CASH STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I BELL PHONES 367 AND 348. 208-210-212 V. ONLY ONE AND ONE-HALF 70 ADDRESS THE KNIGHTS COLUMBUS Natio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

EL Chicago Dope On El Paso Games ortmg Gossip About Ball and c ner py mt W E are mailing to our friends in El Paso the first "Soli. Berg's Illustrated Fash ion Magazine." This is the first Men's Fashion Magazine ever published, to our knowl edge, by any retail men's store in the southwest. It is not a wholesale House publication, search ing for a market and recommending their agent as' the best merchant in town, but it is a Fashion Magazine which you will find it is very desir able to keep near you. Berg's Illustrated Fashion Magazine shows all the new styles of clothing, hats and furnish ings that wilTbe worn this spring and summer. It contains hints as to what to wear; and a cor rect dress chart for all occasions. It is authori tative for the well dressed man. Accept it with my good wishes and use it. You will find it is a safe guide for you wherever you purchase your apparel. f If the postoffice has not delivered your copy call and we will be glad to give you another. 206 SAN ANT...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

6. EX PASO HERALD We Announce Hereby That The El, Paso Bank & Trust Company OF EL PASO, TEXAS Will Open For Business on Wednesday, April 6th, 1910, With Paid Capital of $100,000.00 Tlie bank will be located in tlie Turner & Davis building, 319 San Antonio street, and will engage in a gen- eral commercial and savings banking and trust business, under what is known as tbe " GUARANT Y FTJND PLAJSP ' OF THE G-BIsTEEAL BANKING- LAWS OF ,THE STATE OF TEXAS. Our stockholders comprise some of the leading bankers and financiers of the State of Texas and of the Territory of ISTew Mexico, and the officers of the institution, selected for their past records in the banking busi ness, are practical bankers of many years' experience. The business of the bank will be conducted by men of tried integrity and experience' along approved con servative banking lines. We shall be liberal in our dealings with our cusotmers, yet consistent at all times with sound banking, never losing sight of the f...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Todays News of the Great Southw - i PRDIPQin OUT uflnLODHU ruid ATICKETIN FIELD Mail by Auto to Knowles. Cold Has iSot Damaged the Eruit Crop. Carlsbad. N. M., April 4. Peace and harmony prevail in the ranks of the politicians of Carlsbad. An , administration unequaled for thrift, industry and civic advancement has been promised to the citizens ot the town and the following ticket nom inated: For mayor, C. H. McLenathen ; for councilmen. R. M. Thorne, TV. S. J0II5-, G. M. Cooke and C- R. Brice; for clerk, J. B. Harvey; for school board, D. G. Graham, J. T. Rieves and B R. Harkey, and for city marshal, J. Carl Gordon. M. S. Groves has returned from "Wash ington, where he procured the contract for a Carlsbad automobile firm to carry the mail between this city and' Pearl, Monument, Knowles and Lovington. Fire destroyed the home of John Roarke, five miles north of town. Mr. Roarke entered the building- to remove some of the furnishings nearest the door and wa knocked down...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE EL JPASO HERALD Established April, 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also, by absorption and succession. The Dally News. The Telegraph, The Telegram, The Tribune. The Graphic The Sun, The Advertiser, The Independent, The Journal, The Republican, The Bulletin. 3JE3IBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AXD AMER. XBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. dedicated to the service of the people, that no good cause shall lack a cham pion, and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. ' HERALD TELEPHONES. r Bell. Auto. f Business Office 11 5 HIS Editorial Booms 2020 2020 Society Reporter ....1019 Advertising department 116 , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald, per month. 60c: per year, $7. "Weekly Herald, per vear, $2. ,,, The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso, Fort Bliss and Toivne. Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -wi...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

EL 7 I HMi lOMAI lH iBn Wkm The Welfare of our depositors and clients is naturally a matter of interest to us. We take no little care in supplying the best banking service. Accounts subject to check are cordially in vited. r Capital and Surplus $240,000.00 Temporary Location 109 Texas Sfcr Fans Don't Buy Electric Fans When You Can Rent TKem The Standard Electric Co. 107 S. Stanton St. A. HUMANE SOCIETY MEETS TONIGHT Annual Election of Officers to Be Held in Chamber of Conimercfe. The annual meeting of the El Paso Humane society will be held this evening- in the chamber of commerce to elect officers and prepare for the -work of the year. All members and any oth ers interested in the humane work of the city are expected to be" present. The society -wishes to start a campaign in the interest of dogs, horses and oth er animals that are always made to suf fer with the advent of hot weather, and the members expect to see all lovers of animals present at the xpeeting to help start the work...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

L PASO HERALD 8. ews of the Great Southwest x QCL&y s " n L. mi 1 m., m LOW DEATH RATE Claims Taken Up by New Settlers Ranchers Make Improvements. v Obar. N. M., April 4. The funeral of John Kehoe took place on his claim south of Obar. He -was 67 years old and his death was caused by valvular heart trouble. The interment on the claim was due to the fact that there Is no cemetery in the Obar country. With more than 1000 families living -within eight miles of Obar, there have been only five deaths since the first settle ment In 1906. Of these, three -were old people, two of them over 80 years of age. and the other two died from acci dental causes. "Water cress is abundant along the springs at ithe South Canadian. "William Law has bought the claims of the Bruce brothers of Claude, Texas. A. C. Banta is doing a large amount of plowing for others this spring. H". A. Johann, an expert telephone cable man from Peoria, 111., has located in Obar. Henry Arn, of Cloverdale, Ohio, is a new ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 9 FEDERAL COURT CONVENED F -APfllLTEflM Juries Empaneled and the Charm zal Injunction Is Passed Temporarily. The April term of the United States circuit court for the -western district of Texas -was convened this morning- by judge T. S. Maxey. Charles A. Boyn ton, of "Waco, United States district at torney; S. Engleking, of El Paso, as- i sistant attorney: Eugene Nolte, of j oesuin. umrea scales marsnai lor me western district; I. H. S. Huggett, of El Paso, crier, and W. H. Long, of Austin, stenographer, are also in attendance: Immediately upon the convening , of court, the grand jury was empaneled and the body at once retired to deliber ate, accompanied by assistant attorney Engleklng, and J. E. Bathbone. bailiff. Frank "Wells Brown, of El Paso, was ap pointed foreman by judge Maxey. Other members of the panel are: J. L. Murdock, Toyah; Gns Elmendorf, Marfa; H. B. Grlerson, jr.. Fort Davis; C. C. Dyer, Barstow; A. H. Crawford, Odessa; L- D. Boxley, Pyote; R. Ft "Wrig...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 WaMIZ' The El Paso Herald publishes more paid ads of Real Estate and F&rms for sale than all the other etoss Paso papers combined. Herald ads are all bona e, tooall paid for, not old ads clipped from other papers to make a showing. I ' - i i I I ! iilT ' Til" II II m"Y lY'iT If, Sill l..M-j. .j iK8f W Sffin mWh wr " IH Most wtft T-viSlCIv iTr7' viu. 8 Good VgaiJtSgX-- J 0PYW&HT, 1909, BY filings Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. IF YOU LOSE ANYTIIiNG advertise It here. It -will be returned to you if an honest person finds It. Remarkable re coveries axe brought about every day through this column. THK UNWRITTEN rATf Advertise Clve tke loser ttee stiiae publicity rH rronld expect fead Ike loss bees roHrs. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. WESTERN ESD7LOYSD3NT AXD REALTY CO. 300 St. Louis St. Auto. PhOHe 1712. Mexican and white hands and hotel help furnished on short notice, rents collected, business and residen...

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