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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 April 1910

ET ERALD Friday April 8 1910. mSbB& Fifty Y&ps gHj II CREAM Baking Pow ih& St&mi&it Made from Grape; Makes the food of superior healthfulness and finest quality 3 f?3 'L'-ZiZr'yX Vegas where she will spend some time with her mother Mrs. M. A. Howell who i.3 seriously ill. Engineer Jacobs has returned from E.1 Paso where he took his mother for medical treatment. Mrs. Jacobs re- turned with him. Her condition is not improved. FOLIAGE HELPED SAVE THE FETJIT LABORERS ANXIOUS TO GET THEIR PAY Reported That Dr. Pearson and Hearst Are at Law Over Land. Chihuahua Mex. "April S. Former laborers of "W. C. Greene's "Green Gold- Silver" company have levied an attach- ment on real estate at Temosachic and on more or less loose personal prop- erty including some coaches in an ef- fort to gel their pay. A large number of laborers of Greene's Sierra Madre Land and Lum- ber company still have unpaid balances coming to them and they say they are unable to get information as to whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 April 1910

ALD 8 Friday April 8 1910. aarrz-m-mj.vr-Liji. l. W.I.II'. TTgWn" LcLSt EL FAS First All Time pSi) i WHEN you are buying a suit of clothes there are'two questions to ask a man who is making the Sale. Are these good goods to war? and . - . Will this garment hold its shape? . " QM&eL do both. But more than that they embody all the latest city styles and fashions. The ideal clothes for young men. The ideal clothes for all men. Sophomore Clothes wear because they are made of quality wool and all wool. They hold their shape because they are built by experts on scientific principles that throw all coat strain to the shoulders thus insuring permanent Shapeliness. Sophomore Clothes are hand-made too. The?- possess all the little artistic -touches that mean when given by an expert so much more satisfaction and so much better service to the wearer. The splendid athletic chest is full and deep'; the shoulders are high broad and moaishly concaved. These are distinctive features of Sophomore...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Friday April 8 1910. 9 El Paso Credits Good and Bad Most People Pay Their Bills; Some PaPer Read before Business Men By H. Y. Ellis Secre tary of Business Men's Protective Of the Causes Of Bad Debts. . Association. t 1 EVERY man engaged in active business is interested in the ques- tion of credits. Practically all business transacted in El Paso is done on a credit basis. A few of our mer- chants have started out on a cash basis and have followed it out consistently and have made it pay but these may be counted on the fingers of one hand. But whenever a concern once does a tract it presents it agrees to return 4. Every member should report all this advance to you at the end of three years in case its collections for you have not covered the amount you have paid it. However it reserves the right to continue the prosecution of a claim past the three years period in case it slow and undesirable accounts. In this way we will know the good ones. They are the ones you want o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 April 1910

L PASO HERALD 10 Friday April 8 1910. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. LBY3 DOU FOR SALE. NEW HOUSES. 10 NEW HOUSES. ith hocrs at &11 oer hundred vou won't find 100T ARIZONA. 5 rooms modern south front 40x120. -s WHY hlSTER DOLBY ! fYEtH'VE CALLED -BUT many farmers going over the hill to the poor house. Good farm lands will never be cheaper than they are today. Read the farm bargains advertised on p.nnkr ac aim' fvr beautiful lawn trees cement walks. SOVOUVE CALLED THIS TIME TO ASK S37o0. LOCATE1D bone nt-w FP.CMDf) OF DOLBV fLL CAUL AMD SEX -AT LAtT ! JOHH A FAVOPv- COULD VOU SPARE TEN DOLLARS ATiD I vERC DID ANGE ST. Fine east front corner on Rio Grande. Iarge 5 room house beauti- ful grounds. $4500. SPEAWHG -i NroR a C N couple: IF I CAN RAit. O VOL) LAST of uvo; A LITTLE CHrtic.' EZVENHMG 641 W. MISSOURI ST. 5 rooms south front terrace close in swell new house. $3350. rRT I'LL CLL page. nrs MRS TlHPt-H S25 MUNDY AVE. New 5 room south front on paved street close in: high class- district...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 April 1910

EL PASO HERAL Friday April 8 1910. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BUILDING. GROCERY STORE SACRIFICE. PRICE ONLY 1300 CASH. Located in good business neighbor- hood good stock and fixtures. Store rent including- 2 living rooms $2o per month. The above price includes house- hold furniture for the living rooms. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Buliding. VACANT LOTS BIG BARGAIN. Two south front corner lots 2 blocks from car line size 25x140 each. A beautiful building site and only $3o0 for the 2 if sold before Saturday night. 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 m leng th and are located on the paved road to Fort Bliss. At the price they are the best bargain in the city today- Onl ?ao for the 2. Cash. - H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. oo. -rreijrhts One Vacant lots. vacant ious. ou"-- - - ft min- uies ttaia. ii" i -- vo nter to paved street leading t0he seiner of c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Friday April 8 1910. SPORTIXG NEWS. Fresh Vegetables An attractive display equal to mid-surnmer. Every variety advertised is absolutely fresh and fine quality. Home grown Asparagus 10c bunch 3 for 25c Large Crisp Head Lettuce 10c 2 for 15c ?resh Okra per lb 20c IlYesh Florida Tomatoes per lb 12 l-2c Home grown Radishes bunch - -5c Spinach and Mustard Greens. New Irish Potatoes per lb ." 12 l-2c Celery 2 bunches 15c Green Peas per lb - -5 Green Beans per lb. . . - 20c Florida Bell Peppers per lb 35c Artichokes fancy large : . -2 l-2c Hot House Cucumbers fancy 20c Summer Squash per lb . -2 l-2c Home Grown Beets Turnips -Carrots Onions etc l&liss Granulated Sugar for. IS Best Colorado S Potatoes. .. Fancy Wine Sap and Eoman Beauty Apples three pounds for 25c Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. VfrKRf I'lci :i CT!Vlj Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. There is nothing that adds more to the attractiveness of the home than pictures. Our stock of mouldings and frame...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

EI Paso Texas Sataroarfvenjng April 91310-26 Pages Ai: the Xew ReraWPriflts B 1 S B Iw L & sk h H es 1 01 h JHL H B a !K i ' JH m HB A Ti t IS B SGI di J Ed S K. nil HH n ft first &i a r"1-ik 1 f Hi i f - I a I J While It' Frcaa. M JMl1 -JL. A. jfc P -i rtTT. flL - BW L mHUs &rtCH km0 NBMBKKfllBHS3SKEHttSaiRIllKK.E' f ln!iyw I SwL I 1 I 3 & I IU1sbf TTISIiil T1T3 Ik M Candidates of the Business Men Announce Their Policy And Declare That They Are for an Economical Administration Mass Meeting Called For Next Thursday. In line with the progress of greater El Paso the El Paso of the skyscraper era; the sensible businessman's El Paio is the policy the Citizens' candidates for school trustees. These men prom- ise the people a business administra- tion of El Paso's schools. These men Dr. Herbert Stevenson Julius Krakauer and J. H- McBroom have been asked by leading businessmen of the city io make the race and have consented and announced their plat- form. A mass meeting js ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

7r aiixixG xews. 3XIXIXG XEWS. flfilES IRE OPEHED 4 0PERT1ES NEAR ! &LHere-- "E ill SL PASO'S OITLY EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR STORE 77ie Source of Summer Styles Itfow that "summer clothes" is the topic of con- versation we want to remind yon that the "Wnite House is "the source of summer styles." By this we mean there is nothing new for summer wear that is not to he found in our Garment Section. "We call special attention for Monday to a sale of Linen Tailored Suits Linen Dress&s Lingerie Dresses For Monday only we have set aside 200 high-class garments to he sold at a decided underprice. This special lot comprises Tailored Linen Suits Linen Dresses and Lingerie Dresses. Every color and 'style of the season is represented. There is a full range of sizes. The past week has brought us many of the newest IvFew York models it is with the idea of interesting you more fully in the resources of our Garment Section as regards summer wearaoies mai we make this oner. Values rn this spec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 9 1910. n From the North Pole WE are displaying in our window the only thing in El Paso that has ever reached the North Pole. It's a little and seemingly in- significant thing only a can of Gail Borden TTotIq "R-iot"i- rirtTiflonc'fll V Milk rusted and bat- l tered. I' But this can was a jj part; of the supplies carried by Commander jj Peary on his lasit and successful dasli to the Pole. Its genuineness jj is vouched' for bv the 'Peary Arctic Club" of New York. jj This has been furnished jj us through the courtesy J of the "W. H. Constable Co. to whom it was sent a by the manufacturers as jj a souvenir. J -Line 1 Send Us Your Mail Orders Mail orders sent to us Will receive prompt and care- ful attention. We prepay express charges on pur- chases of ?5 or inore (except on heavy merchandise). Pictorial Eeview Patterns The most reliable patterns made. Correct in cut and style. Home diessmakers will find them invaluable. Especially good styles for children. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

IL PASO d. Saturday April 9 1910. pmmmm m-i -. .....- .j LliHI.H li"11- III I rj.Mil. 1111 1' II W III I . rHI HI I I n lrf" IHi.llllLl'IMl. I.'T ITBi -.m'. '- b 216-218 San Antonio Street 218-218 San Antonio Street AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATORS In thousands of homes like these one can see Automatic Refrigerators T HH! refrigerator that deserves a place in your home is the refrigerator that has won its "way into thousands of homes where comfort is the keynote. Pood flavors will not cannot mix in an Automatic. The Automatic is the only refrigerator having a built- in porcelain lined water cooler. The Automatic has adjustable shelves. The trap of the Automatic never clogs. The Automatic has eight walls of insulation which insuresa low temperature and small ice bills. To call and critically examine the Automatics we are showing does not obligate you to buy. 1C ' To the first 50 pur- chasers of refrigera- tors we will give an ice book free. Demonstrations utiy The automatic system of circulat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

EL HERALD Saturday April 9 1910. ii Bin jt $Mv www 'Mm&TB Favorite Footwear Styles Of New York Clubmen Oar latest shipment of Regal Shoes in- cludes ultra-fashionable models that are right now popular among the clubmen or New York and London who are the admitted authorities on men's styles. REGAL SHOES correctly reproduce the smartest custom models designed for each season. Regal qcaxla-dzes reproduce perfect custom fit aad comfort. As to the quality in these Regals we assure yoa it is the recog nized standard everywhere. Lcrner She Co. 215 EI Paso Si. Mail orders promptly filled. Ask for our cata log $350 $400 NWJ MEXICO TiX ihy ISJ MILLS Territory Has Lowest Bate in 10 Years More "Water Bights Granted. Santa Fe N. M. April 9. Governor Mills and teritorial auditor William G. Sargent have fixed the tax lavy for the coming fiscal year at 11 mills which Is the lowest it has been in 10 years. Last year the Aery was 14 mills. It -would bave been only 10 mills this year but the iegis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Saturday April 9. 1910. EDITORIAL A EIL PASO HERALD Established April 1SS1- The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune' The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. 51EMJJER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postofflce 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. Bell. Business Office 115 Editorial Rooms ...2.020 Society Reporter . . .1019 Advertising department 116 HERALD TELEPHONES TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. "Weekly Herald per year $2. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a'month A subscriber desiring- the address on his paper changed "will please state I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 9 1910. y w lfW 5WES MS A JB-J&.2& Knapp - Felt C TA2sTS for all that is good in hats. We have on display a complete line of new shapes in soft and stiff hats made by the well- know firm of Crofut & Knapp. A decided ne$v soft shape E is ine naeKieton a wjpie brim low crown like above cut. C. &K Hats- $3.00 Knapp-Felt" $4.00 Knapp-Felt De Luxe $6.00 SPRING STEAW HATS are now on display. Hatter& jhirtmaker EL PAS O.TEX AS. LOWER INSURANCE RATE POSSIBLE El Paso Texas April 9T 1910. To El Paso Herald UTI NILS 10 ON HEARST Publisher Changes His Mind About Going West and Groes to Chicago. "The best laid plans o' mice and men oft' gsgjg- agley" "was again true Fri- day afternoon deputy sheriff Juan Franco being- informed upon his ar- rival at the union station shortly after 5 oclock. to serve a notice of a suit against William Randolph Hearst that the publisher of many newspapers "had received a hurried call to CMcago and left on the Golden...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

L PASO HERALD 8 Saturday April 9 1910. A Plain Statement of Facts: We Have Too Many Tailored Wool Suits TTe never hesitate to take customers into our confidence. Long ago we discovered that the best basis in fact the only basis to be on with customers was one of entire hones tness. Carrying out this idea what we say in print is always duplicated in the store. Eor that reason our advertisements are looked forward to with so much interest. This -oreamble brings us up to the SALE OF SUITS. e a. ilPll! IT Every Tailored Wool Suit Is to Be Sacrificed "We are overstocked! That's the whole situation! The early spring season having been so warm leaves us with entirely too many tailored suits on hand. "We projjose to make such big reductions that there will be no question about all suits being sold. Cloudcroft the seasjiore and other summer resorts must soon be considered and the purchase of one of these suits will be a real economy. It is impossible to go into detail on each special lot. We...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. Proposition Is Advanced To Ask For Credit For the Slight Hazard Among Adobes In Chihuahuita and the Stone Brick and Concrete Con- . str action Also To Have City Improve the Fire Department. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 133 14 and 15. EL PASO jLLJiiXa;x i jJLr m tai sa a ' ; - Oregon and Mesa Bid Fair to Become Leading Streets For These Projects. A FIELD THAT IS OVERLOOKED In the Past Modern Apart- ment Houses Have Not Been Built Very Readily. Apartment houses with a view of Mexico from the front windows or a i glmpse of greensward on one of the many little parks or triangles about the city are being rapidly reqo'gnized -as one of the -vital needs of El Paso if it is to become a popular -winter resort with the people from the north and oast who seek a warm winter climate without the necessity of having to- ""rough it" as Is so often the case. The architects who hare an eye to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

Eju 10 Saturday April 9 1910. JII Jl -JOIN THE FUTURE PROSPERITY CLUB" mm New Footwear for Men By Jame& Forbes Copyright 1908 by a W. Dillingham Com- pany. OH LADY novelized From Forbert Play of the Same Hame by John W. Harding THEGH Peg Oxfords with high heels in Fund Bank" W i (Continued From Yesterday.) 11 Remem that the deposits of the EL PASO BAjK AiD TRUST COMPACTS' OP EL PASO at the close of business on the first day of its banking exist- ence amounted to $87136.93 and that the bank is a live infant growing more vigorous every day.' x You need us and we need you. We offer you absolute protection for your funds and will pay 4 percent interest on your saving's accounts and time certificates of deposit. El Paso Bank & Trust f ; Company Of El Paso Texas JOIN THE FUTUHE PROSPERITY CLTJB CARLSBAD HOME SELLS FOE $10000 Grand Jury Returns Indict- ments Ranch Is Sold for $25000 Carlsbad X. iL April 9. The resi- dence owned by E. McQueen Gray pres- ident of the university of He...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERAL D Saturday. April 9 1910. THE - KIUJIG OF JOHN SELMAN KILLER Slayer Of Bass Outlaw ariH John Wesley Hardin Meets Eeath At Another's Hands. Fourteen years ago last Tuesday (as slain scarcely ever gave the slayer an told an The Herald of Tuesday of this j opportunity to fce trial it was the week) nvas enacted in the city of El I day of the gunman and the nwn quick- Pa so one of the chapters of blood that est with the sin lived the longest; that were written in 4he history of the city was about all. 1 ii-.i t i r ji i i. ri uy men caueu oaa. un raau oay ueorge Scarborough deputy United States mar- glial shot down and killed John Selman constable. Sehnan had previous killed Bass Outlaw Wesley Hardin and Scarborou himself a few years later same fate as Outlaw Hardin and Sel man. That was a time when "the had man" played a most conspicuous part in the history of El Paso and nrhen a kill- in- was commoner man an automoone accident today and when tne iriends oi : tfiWTnMirrTpi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

HERALD 12 -Saturday April 9 1910. L DYTHELP.&l.W Check for $1200 Sent to Y. M. C. A. Finance Com- . inittee. The EI Paso and Southwestern rail- road has sent the finance committee of the El Paso Y. M. C. A- a check for $1200 as a subscription to the main- tenance fund of the local association. This is in no sense -to be regarded as a regular annual subscription but rather as a testimonial to the excellence j of the -work at present being: done and an evidence of recognition by the rail- road of the general benefits derived through the association. Coming so soon after the $1000 dona- tion to the Y. W. C. A. this latest gift by this railroad company is all the more notable for its generosity and there is no lack of appreciation among the peo- ple of this community. LAST FOR S Mineral Expert Says Mone- tary Value of Alaska Is Exaggerated. Washington D. C April 9. Alfred H. Brooks mineral expert of the geolog- ical survey continued his testimony to- day before the Ballinger-Pmchot ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 9 1910. 13 Advanced Case of CoBHitiptioa Cured la Four 3Iontks. Lung-Germine Co. Jackson Mich. Dear Sirs: I feel It my duty to -write you that I Lave been saved from the grave by Lung-Germine. Every one that saw me thought I would die in a short time and my doctor told 'me he could not help me- Analysis of my sputum by the State Board of Health showed that thousands of tuberculosis germs were present. I was having hemorrhages very bad and fever 103 every day. I heard of Lunsr-Germine and began Its use. At the end of two months my j coun was an gone ana x ww taiuius very fast- I sent another sample of my sputum to be analyzed and the re- ply came back that there were no germs whatever. When I began Lung- Germine treatment I weighed 95 pounds. I used the treatment four months in all and today I am well and strong. I weigh 115 pounds and can truthfully say that I am completely cured of con- sumption by Lung-Germine. Tours very truly MRS. LUCY BUNDT 1403 E....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD u Saturday April 9 1910- iVV'WWWVw''VWW FOR SALE HOUSES. OWNER WILL. SELL 8 room residence very cheap. P. O. box 223. FOR SALE 1 room furnished tent house; garden planted; chickens and chicken coop. 1606 San Antonio. COMFORTABLE HOME for working- man. 5 rooms 2 full lots fruit trees; can irrigateand raise a garden. Phone 17S3 for terms. With hogs at $11 per hundred you won't find many farmers going over the hill to the poor house. Good farm lands will never be cheaper than they are today. Read the farm bargains advertised on this page. WANTED REAL ESTATE. I DESIRE TO REXT a well Improved valley farm; would purchase if satis- factory. Address H. Farmer P. O. box 594 El Paso. For other acrvertisemsnts see "Too Late to Classify" columns. t7f i WHE M YOU GET YOUR &k dk Jf m VW W A WlF JSm K x WORK PONE. COME. Ill M I m 3M Rfc& J HERE. 1 HAVE A if Bff i f ijfe it I 4MbI rfflBhvA P05 595 X u. in nfii ffin .1 i8hn nrliiii 4iJffMMAMM WANT TO 1 T fWNQISE! I'LL J 4 COME...

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