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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 ...

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. — 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 $87,136.93 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 $10,000 Grand Jury Returns Indict ments Ranch Is Sold for $25,000 Carlsbad, X. iL, April 9. The resi dence owned by E. McQueen Gray, pres ident of the unive...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 : ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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-Pmcho...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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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, 1...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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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 ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

L PASO HERALD Saturday, April 9, 191C. , 15 FOR SALE REAL -ESTATE. FOR. SALE. 'VVALLET LAND, UXDER IRRIGATION. 100 acres near Clint. $55fper acre; terms. 20 acres just below Socorro, acre; terms. $50 per 28 acres this side Clint; fenced, half cleared and plowed. $65 per acre; terms. 61 acres on county road, opposite Clint. $52 per acre; terms. 60 acre's in Socorro, on county roaa. $55, terms. 40 acres near La Mesa; 12 acres in alfalfa, balance irrigable land. $50 per acre; terms. 25 acres on new macadam' road, 16 miles below, town: 12 acres alfalfa, 2 acres wheat balance level land. $425 per acre; terms. j HOUSES FOR SALE. 5 room brick, new, on Rio Grande, 2 full lots, $4200. $500 cash, balance 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years. 5 room brick- building, south front, close In, $4250; good terms. 8 rooms. 2 stories, brick, on Montana St., $9000, good terms. S rooms, 2 stories, nice large rooms, south front, on Boulevard, 2 lots, $7500; terms. 3 room, frame house. Orchard Park, 2 lots, $1250; good...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, April 9, 1910. ! m asOiTeXi !i :, ri And Industry is encouraged to put forth greater efforts and to attempt more pre tentious things in this field of activity where the brain and the hand are called upon to exhibit their consummate skill and cunning. It is the old story of labor and reward, the story tht industry loves and indolence dislikes. Year by year El Paso has been making progress in the industrial fields, gathering renown as she forced her way, gathering wealth and power and honor, and here are some of the things that make El Paso famous as recorded by the Elraso Chamber otCommercein I he Story of a City. WAGES IN EL PASO. "Wages for skilled and unskilled labor are as follows: Plumbers, $6.00;steanifitters, $6.00; machinists, $4.00: car penters, $3.50 to $4.00; masons, $5.00 to $6.00; bricklayers, $5.00 to $6.00; blacksmiths, $3.00 to $5.00; painters, $3.50 to $4.00; electricians, $3.50; teamsters, $2.00 to $2.50; farm hands with board, from $1.00 to...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

ALD Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads, on Pages 13, 14 and 15; Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Olassify Ads. on -Pages 13, 14-and 15. EL PASO HEM Denies the Charge Of Peonage In the Country Mexico, T. F-, April 9. From his Btock of personal experiences in deal-1 ing with Mexican labor an American mining man recently told me this story. He came to Mexico several years ago to take charge of a mine in which he owned a large interest. He found that the laborers were paid at the rate of 50 cents silver a day. Being a New Eng lander, with reminiscences of a year of ccllege settlement "work compara tively fresh in his mind, he found it impossible to reconcile his conscience ith the fact that human beings di rectly under his charge were straining their muscles and bowing their backs 10 hours daily, six days in the week, for the .equivalent of a quarter of a dollar in United Stales money. "It didn't seem right," he said. "The mine was prosperous, and we could easil...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

' Can This Man i Big Canal May Be Completed By 1914 T. S. Andrews Tells Of the Work; Some Statistics Milwaukee, "Wis., April 9. At present there are 43,000 men employed on the canal. In offices and doing manual la bor. There are 1000 men in hospitals at An con and over 300 at Colon; there are 90 nurses at Ancon. The United States government uses 17 tons of silver each month to pay off the silTer employes (Panamanian money) and two Sons of gold for gold employes. Over 1,000,000 tjeld rivets vere used Is one of the big- gates at Gatun; there will be 11 gates along the canal. One million pounds of dynamite are used every month in blasting on the canal. There are 186 engines in use; 100 steam shovels and 4481 cars. Butter sells for 40 cents a pound; eggs 31 cents a dozen; coffee 25 cents a pound. The government baker at Cristobel makes 24,000 loaves of bread dally; ca pacity 34,000 loaves a day; 4000 rolls dally and 8000 pounds of cakes. Over 50,000 pounds of coffee is roasted & mon...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

Vr h aLjL- JcZjL- 0 J A A D - -.' ,- ' - M iter Copyrighted. 1910. by the American-Examiner. Great Britain Rights Keserred. Zi Tr MT pFRf rM;s I -- - : -:.'f Q T n. b- AclickT dot -V "fffc III .VtT i F pOUfORbUCH A PRESENTS OR Lp YAIT'L

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 20 Saturday, April 9, 1910. Many JSumerou Happy In i City During the XOeeK. - In Cluh Circles W fljf WM1..1IW III I WHITE CANVAS OX FORDS PUMPS The Canvas Oxfords, Ankle Ties and Pumps we are sell ing this season are quite dif ferent from anything you have erer bought Joefore. They are made of the finest material, the soles are Oood year welted or hand turned, and they will wear as well as the best of leather shoes. They will be extremely stylish this season, as they will take the place of tan Shoes. LOVEy LOVES (By Ben King- In the Dam.) Best Sea Island Canvas Low Cuts, in any style, $3.50 and G-ood grade Sea Island Canvas Low Cuts, $2.50 and L.: Boy's Oxfords All our Boys' Oxfords have ar rived and you will have to see them to appreciate their elegant appearance. Of course we guar antee their wearing quality. Prices $2.00 to $3.00, according to size. Boy's High Shoes "We just received a new; lot of the best wearing Boys5 Shoes we ever sold at the low price of dJO ((...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

21 Saturday, April 9, 1910. I EL PASO HERALD own to HHHHIHMMHiiMHHlM the Belief & We Have Settled D OCi Last Social Club Dance Of Season; Parties and Dances ) One of the thoroughly enjoyable events of the 'week "was the last of the series of four dances that have been given by the El Paso Social club during the -winter. Mr. and Mrs. IV. TV. Turney proffered the use of their handsome residence for the occasion, which added much to the brilliancy and charm of the event. The house was profusely . decorated with great quantities of pink roses, and at midnight a delicious supper was served. - W. TV. Turney, the president of the club, assisted by his charming wife, has made the 'season one of unusual success and enjoyment. Among those in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Z. , T. "White, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Race, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Larkin, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burges. Dr. and Mrs. TV. I. Brown, Mr. and Mrs R. F. B...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD SPORTS 22 Saturday, April 9, 1910. NATIONAL LEAGUE OUTLOOK FOR THE COMING SEASON NEWFi EVIDENCE BE M F MUCH WEAR NATOfiL LE SPORTS i ECU If 1 VETERAN CLUBS ADF IN - SHOW There's a Chance This Sea son to Prevent ai Championship'- Team From Succeeding Itself. VERDICT HAS BEEN CONTINUOUS FOE EIGHTEEN YEARS Should Pittsburg Fail to Capture Pennant a Sec ond Time History Will Be Changed. (By John B. Foster.) First of all to be introduced to an interesting and somewhat extraor dinary fact in connection w 1 1 h the championship, of the National league. Since 1890, the year of the Brotherhood war, there always has been a "repeater" for the title. The expla nation of that phrase Is that a winning team has wonthe cham pionship at least two years in succes sion. This is the record. In 1891, 1892 and 1893 Boston won the championship. In 1894, 1895 and 1896 it was captured by Baltimore. In 1897 and 1898 Boston again won. In 1899 and in 1200 Brook lyn earned the pennant. In 1901, 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

EL PASO heral: Saturday, April 9, 1910. 23 Tom Andrews Writes Of the Pugilists Gossip About Ball and ener port Gossip About All Sorts Of Sports and Things By T. G. Turner. A Chapter Of Boxing "IFS" um 1 Hl WUhLU "WHICH BIG J. J.? When the biff J.'s meet, Both to annihilate, , When the big- J.'s meet, - It will be a meeting- sweet. And most affectionate Embraces very passionate. Punches meant to dislocate. Grimaces to exasperate When the biff J.'s meet. When the biff J.'s meet, All the sports will aggregate. When (the big: J.'s meet, It is certain one will beat All the ringside animate. To the brute will generate, All will bet their money straight, Even to the cheapest skate-- SVhen the biff J.'s meet. When the big J.'s met, l It was an awful main, W When the biff J.'s met, It was somethinff to forget, .-a-It was a fistic huricane, A knockout and the ring" insane, A shocking burst of words profane, A haillnff of the klnff to reign Xing J , but wait! Not yet! ' Just like a rough ridin...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

f MISTER CAN J BORROW I , V "K M"You 'HTo NEWYoR.1) vl 1 3 ' ,, r-rMOR goshTurn DoinT (Your. i i-r-ri.tr cauF-?J - '. - (aint You EZRA ? YsSSlReeJ "V f J v (7AN You ever 5Ee- hapkjY , V"V " "X ' 4 B)NThARMORNA DAY"-. . i RECKON You Y . vOU ' "" ' -c O CfoRE I'D SPENT rjl ((""ft VXl I O r 3- I I X """ WTouui? n't Turn around) (5otIl) VLVVJl l S 5 - L . BUT AWAY VENT AN -jfeS "" - i is lie ''tWm, 1,. I"" """ i WENT mTo A B i G V KANT U RAT NELSON CANTV-x"" H TntItPT I " I fuh 1 i IThouCBT Ft Would Bt FuMToPlaY VTr calf MYA31HD That Motion li.Ufl'-DiRECTLY jvthin g $Tq?S GOIHC ANP OROWNG JT BEfijHS ToGVt FfEBLE ANDliSTTEN. The mountain xtppam ' w "vvni-i that splashes and rushes along mong The Rocks stays .purees crystal .Butthe' PoND LYiNd MOToNbSS CSRoWS PilTRiP AND PQiS0N0U5. WHEN A MAN OK AN INSTITUTION BECOMES FAT AHDRfCH AND SATISFIED THE DCAYBSWS;3PlRiTUAL,noAL&PYSCAL. A MANTo KEEP HIS MIND CLBftRStCLIAN tAvsrcMnaeir. oNce Theythquchtie WORM) WASTWTrTHEY HAD To CHANCETHlR MI...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, April 9, 1910. 25 FRANK Gk CARPENTER'S LETTER. XMJ It Us mxmLj BURMA'S GREAT FOOD CROP WHICH ENRICHES A PEOPLE. ' r Its Rice Fields Could Give One Feed to All Mankind The Big Mills of Rangoon, and How They Are -Worked. G-irl Laborers Who Save Money on 2 Cents a Day. Harvard Athletes Beaten by East Indian Coolies. The Hindoo Invasion of Farther India Queer Money Lenders Burmese Trade and American Missions. Government Education A Nation Where the Boys Are Taught hj the Monks. (Copyright, 1910, by TnnynnvnnTTKR Tndla. Auril 1. I IvJ have just visited tne greatest rice , - mill of the world. It lies here at Poozbondoung, on the Irrawaddy river, below the port of Rangoon. It belongs to the Bullock brothers, -who own other large 1111113 and export thousands of tons of rice every year. Burma is .about the "best rice patch on the Ijosom of old Mother Earth. The lower part of it is a garden devoted to the cultivation of the crop, and upper Burma is more than half ric...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 April 1910

EL PASO HERAXD 26 Saturday, April 9, 1910. Fresh Vegetables An attractive display, equal to midLsummer. Every variety advertised is absolutely fresh and fine quality. Home grown Asparagus, lOe bunch, 3 for 25c Large Crisp Head Lettuce, 10c, 2 for 15c Presh Okra, per lb " 20c Presh Florida Tomatoes, per lb 12 l-2c Home grown Badishes, bunch 5c Spinach and Mustard Greens.- New Irish Potatoes, per lb 12 l-2c Celery, 2 bunches 15c Green Peas, per lb ' 15c Green Beans, per lb. ................ 20c Florida Bell Peppers, per lb. ". 35c Artichokes, fancy large 12 l-2c Hot House Cucumbers, fancy 20c Summer Squash, per lb ' 12 l-2c Home Grown Beets, Turnips, Carrots, Onions, etc Granulated ( Sugar, for Pancy Wine Sap and Eoman Beauty Apples, three pounds for 25c Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. Phone 151. 210-212 AMEHIG ! Director of the Mint Tells'of the Faults With Our Cur rency ,and" the Possible Remedy. Aiken, S. C, April 9. In order to bring 'the American bankirig system into line with t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 April 1910

"FT All the News 0 Paso, Texas, Monday Evening, Aprti 11,1910-12 Pages, Jtx .Hi JriL xL jLd J Iferafd Prints it Hrst While It's Frcan. Zerapes, Charro Hats .and Bull Fight Music Make a Hit in tlie Southland. . TIGER CLAWS ON . EL PASO TRAIN Enlivens the Trip and Give's the News of El Paso Pro test Received. m i Xew Orleans, La., April 11. The El i Paso delegation of Shnners arrived at 11:30 last nigrht on the Texas Shriner special from Dallas. They paraded through the streets behind El illna band of Galveston, with Hella patrol, of Dal las, of El Mina patrol, of Galveston. The El Pasoans made ihe hit of the rt-;-V i TiTrnac onJ iilinrrn hats. They were recognized by the crowd as from El Paso and cheered along the line of inarch. New Orleans was a blaze of light and carnival decorations, and although it was midnight when the special arrived, a big crowd -was on the streets. The Texas headquarters are at the Gruenwald hotel. El Paso established lieadqarters In the same hotel. As. soon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 11 April 1910

-, TffSExWWl l' II EL PASO SHRIHEIIS ' ORLEANS fS5l nFliHl!Kl' (Continued From Page One.) iraiS3 1 49 The Exposition Sale And Expert Fittings of the Celebrated "Modart" Corsets "The Improved Front-Laced 99 is creating, on this, the opening day, an activ ity in our Corset Section, the like of which this store has never known. Consult Miss Hammond, the demonstra tor, tomorrow and see for yourself what a "Modart" will do for you. Add Distinction to any cosmme. imwu-uiwi .Ml Hm,I.Tnwrnwi.iM IS I MODERN HOTEL NOW YOU CAN AFFORD THE Buy on Your Own Terms and Prices. Your Credit is Good at Our Store. "We just received another car of as fine a lot of pianos as ever came to El Paso. Our store is crammetLfull from, lie front to the back door of as choice a lot of pianos, as many dif ferent grades and prices as can be found in any of the largest stores in Chicago. We positively guarantee to sell at eastern prices, and we save you the freight. Prices on good standard new pia nos, including stoo...

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