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

L PASO HERALD Monday" April 11 1910. UST1GETHREATEN CLERK Stormy Session at Clark Hearing Clark Admits Signing Larrazola's Name for Jury Script WTiich He Says W. B. Bull Got From the Clerk Larrazola Ad- mits that He Sold the Script to the Defendant. In the preliminary hearing' of the case t script had been secured by TV. B. Bull of Ike Alderete against Charles Clark charging forgery before justice Wateon Saturday afternoon near the close of the hearing the Justice acvlsed Alderete that if he made another disturbance he would have him sent to jail. "You know enough about court -work to understand there is a certain dignity on an order from Clark. Larraxoln Wltiiesn for Defence. The state then announced a rest and attorney Jones asked the dismissal of (the case on an oral demurrer alleging that no one had been defrauded. Justice Watson overruled the motion after which Larrazola was called as the first -witness for the defence. He stated that in February he had MINT BUSINESS HOUSES SEE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 April 1910

EE PASO HERALD ID Monday April 11 1910. FOR SALE HOUSES. WEiifliVSITAUTTLEWH BY EI. 6R1NHAM .FOR SALE 4 room brick on Fort Bliss line. East El Paso; also lot and half on paved part of Boulevard. Bar- gain; terms. See owner room 3. First National bank. Auto phone 1245. The Want Ad Section is a great magazine of shof t stories. Each little For other acrrertisements Late to Classify" columns. see ".Too FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. 3IESILLA VALlcr FARMS FOR SALE. We have lands at u. Union Cham- berino. Berino and Anthony the real "Heart of the Mesllla Valley." If you contemplate buying land for ad is a complete story in itself. Read bem. farming or Investment we would be ISsesIcb " j HERE'S rHE EASIEST 1 - j 1 MINING STOCK WORTH! ; ( - ( I "TEN POLLERS A SHfmel Ijjftjfil YOU HSU BETTER Bl)T "-v 0 ( V -1 THr STOCK NOW ITS UTr WELL J IX WAT j ri wkth twice s niuc.h Nl A MTTIP WH1L& TL R1 fiS IT .WAS YESTERDAY ! J f ft UTP-6 WHILE. Q00lp- h tjtypj-- n I SEE ME TOMORROW J J y ( ?S nowyouse the...

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

EL PASO HERAL Monday April 11 1910. 11. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. REAL. ESTATE BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BUILDING. GROCERY STORE SACRIFICE. PRICE ONLY $1500 CASH. Located In good business neighbor- hood good stock and fixtures. Store rent including 2 living rooms $25 per month. The above price includes house- hold furniture for the living rooms. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. VACANT LOTS BIG BARGAIN. Two south front corner lots 2 blocks from car line size 25x140 each. A beautiful building site and only $350 for the 2 if sold before Saturday nigtt. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. .. .. nwr. -. level south front corner lots. 1 block from car llne . tu lots nre 140 feet in length and are located .on the paved road to Fort Bliss. At the price they are the best bargain irr the city today. Only $oo for the 2. Cash. H. L. HOWELL. 213 Herald Building. Vacant lots Sunset Sejshts-One and half lots east front. lev; ock utes walk from postoffice. Half Mock to paved street leading to th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Monday April 11 1910. efj 3sTo one article adds to or detracts froni a meal more than Butter. If your Butter lias not pleased von try our "MEERTTT'S BRAND" and see if the su- perior quality of this Butter does not add relish to your entire meal. No better Butter churned than Merritt Brand. Sold only at this store 35c Per Pound We have just received a fancy lot of Irish Pota- toes from Colorado ' 15 Pounds for 25c . EXTRA FINE OREGON APPLES Roman Beauties and "Wine Saps $3.25 Per 50-lb. Boxes ' - 'Fresh Strawberries per box .......':.. .15c Fresh Valley Asparagus 2 bunches for 15c Fresh Florida Grape Fruit extra fine 10c Home Made Ginger Wafers Box 25c & 50c Swedish Wafers box 25c Baby Educator Crackers for Teething 25c SEND US YOUR K3 Phone 151. 210-212 TRIPLE TIE CN . rH7Jk"Ci nftTT? TTKTZr&t xni wuiii- jji.j.ja.3 Minister and Two Other Players Tie for the Championship. A triple tie resulted In play on" the J El Paso Country club golf links Satur- day and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 April 1910

TT PA SO HFR A TT) El Paso Texas Tuesoay Evening April 12 1910 lOPages All the Xcrra I KeraEdPrlntsItfirst M While It's Frch. ML B S Iff A tw eT JLLL iL. A HRmm aflbMOi mOmar - j IVInUL Df nUUyLlLL! i ninrTsiiii I mt. Mckinley data proves valueless 5 V Ex-President Agrees to Address the Next Meeting of Na- tional Conservation Congress at Invitation of Mr. Pinchot Has Second Cordial Meeting With the Former Chief Forester. Porto Maurizio Italy April 12. Gifford Pinchot wa at Miss Carol's villa before 9 oolock this moraine: for a final talk with Mr. Roosevelt. Despite the reticence of hoth mea it Is accepted that 3Ir. Roosevelt Is now in possession - of PiHchot's complete case against secretary Bellinger's conservation policy and of vi hat has been described as an "alleged reactionary tendency" in the forestry matters of the administration of president Taft. The most significant development iras the announcement made at the con- clusion of Mr. Pinchot's visit today that Mr. Roosevelt h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 April 1910

The Exposition Sale. of the C 5 9 Corsets The Improved Front-laced Continues As the Center of Attraction at "The i White House 99 Miss X. A- Hammond generally admitted as one of the leading corset experts in this country is demonstrating -with great success in our Corset Section the su- periority of tine "Mo- daxt." If you have never worn a "ilodaxt" you have yet to realize the true meaning of corset comfort and perfection. Visit our Corset Sec- tion tomorrow. STEEL CORPORATION OBSERVES SUNDAY Employes Will Be Allowed to Res "Wherever This Is-Pt)ssible. Pittsburg Pa. April 12 Sunday -work Is to be abolished not only on the Bes- semer and Iiake Erie railroad but on nearly tc3Szen lines subaldary to the Untied States Steel corporation. An order has been Issued lor Sunday rest in practically all the great steel company's mills and on all Its railroads and this -will affect upwards of 100000 men. ROAD SERVANTS; NOT MASTERS (Continued From Page One.) than the circuit courts now have; sec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 April 1910

Southwestern Mining News EL E Southwestern Mining News 3 i TRULY CARDUI IS O00D TQNIO Says a Texas Lady who Writes to Tell of Great) Benefit It Was to Her in Ending Long Suffering. Commerce. Texas. I had suffered painfully every month since eleven 5 ears ago." -writes Mrs. L.. K. Hamilton. of this rlace. "and for almost two j -. 101 onfrtHiri untnld aconv. I besan taking Cardui and I find so much relief. T keep it all the time and al- ways praise it to my friends. Truly Cardui is the best tonic for women I every saw so I am writing a few worus to tell you of the relief I obtained from your medicine. I can't praise it too ".... The best way to cure female troubles. tQ the 1QQ pains headache backache etc is to i levelj from which point two drifts will Jielp nature to do It by taking Cardui. be run each way in the vein. is life a burden- to you? Act at once. El Pasoans Are Owner. n . . Vl ir ctnr i f Re vein continues to hold its val- Get a bottle of Cardui at the drug store j afferwar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 April 1910

News Of the Great Southwest ET W M s News Of the Great Southwest i n I LjiaumimLniriTiiimmuj. fS33 riRfc IE Spending Habit Wrecks j Hoinss j Spending spending spending is the great American failing. Many a heart ache many a shattered life many a forsaken home many a crime many a suicide comes from the insatiable desire to spend. Many say spending is good for trade. " WILFUL WASTE MAKES WOEFUL WANT" and there can be No More Wilful Waste Than Paying House Rent when Every Op- portunity Is Offered you to Pay That Same Money on a home and Own It. There is not a renter in El Paso but can Own a Home. Half the Money you now Spend for Rent will Pay for a Home and in 5 years you would be Absolutely Independent. Suppose you had commenced 5 years ago to put Half the Money you are now Spend- ing for Rent into a home what would you have? A piece of property worth $5000. But you did not you continued to Give It To the Landlord and. He Has the Property and You Have Nothing. Think of This! It's not ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 April 1910

EL Tuesday April 12 1910. EL PASO BECOMES DISTRIBUTING CENTER FBR 14 FACTORIES AMD MILLS Quarters Are Leased andj Goods Win Be Shipped Over Both Territories Colorado Texas Mexico. El Paso has just been made the head- quarters and distributing center for 14 astern factories and mills and takes rank -with Dallas Kansas City and St. Louis becoming the second city is Texas to be tiros belecteu. The basement and first floor of the D. H. Francis building at 321 Mills street has been leased from Mrs. B. F. Hammett and is now being remodeled and put into shape for stock and show rooms by the firm -which -will represent these big concerns. Stocks in carload lots -will be shipped to El Paso stored here and distributed to the southwestern trade. The local " company and the factories and mllls -will pay the freight on the goods share and Khnn iiike. to El Paso and from this point the southwestern trade will pay V rnlo.t r Tr5n nf r! aHvpI" V This is going to mean a great saving in freight charg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 April 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE s Tuesday April 12 1910. X PAS 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. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. 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. f Busines J Editors :. "I Society L Advertl s; Office HERALD orial Rooms TELEPHONES Reporter Advertising department iJ-b 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 in his commun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 April 1910

T 2 7 LUJLi (II : CREAM m JW3k Its use a protection and a ' itelBw liOk guarantee against alum jotWI - K Election Judges Are Ap- pointed for the Coming Election Superintendent Deplores Lack of Attend- ance. In a session lasting exactly 35 min- utes lour members of the school board composing: a quorum disposed of the month's business In the council cham- ber of the city hall Monday night. Besides the selecting of judges to pre- side at the election to be held next month it developed that the meeting; in the gTand jury room on March 20 re- sulted in the appointment of Thurston and Ixmgnecker to audit the books of the schools for the past year to deter- mine the present financial conditon of the board. Eoth superintendents read their re- ports and Henry "Welsch moved that all bills be referred to the finance commit- tee for action -whereupon chairman Car- penter said: "The finance committee has a habit of refusing- to audit the bils asking the board as a whole to pass on them." Then se...

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

EL PASO HERALD . FOR SALE REAl "ESTATE. fyJL 4XJfcaLPifirew j-roe.1 ; EE1 CALPuR-Ntftx Know iVi TrsMiTfl fAw .fV" TOO T2.1CH "FoR.r' X WA.S flLLiK" Till X fSTE TWff LA5T CftN CQPYRIPHT IQItfc BY THP Chiiigs Lost and Found; Personals and v Pnhlio Notices LOST FOUND. IOST Watch fob. Monogram initials. B. J. N. Finder please return to 40 FCIty National- Bank and Teceive re- ward t " ' Help and Sitantions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. TELEGRAPE7 IS CtUICICLI -learned; great demand for operators; situation sure; expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college Dallas. Texas. WANTED Good baker. For particu- lars write T. 227 Herald. WANTED An experienced salesman of good appearance to take charge of shoe and gent's furnishing department; must j application to Morrison Bros. & Co. Carlsbad N. M. WAXTBD. white Laborers teasters rock 3ien etc. $1.73 to $2.30 ARIZONA. WOODSMEN TISBERJACKS 3IEXICO S-.50. Mine Timbermen Saw Mill men. Car- penters for old Mexico. Male stenographers A...

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

L PASO HERALD FOR SALE REL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. IL L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BUILDING. GROCERY STORE SACRIFICE. PRICE ONLY 1500 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 Building. VACANT LOTS BIG BARGAIN. Two south front;comer 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. . . -. T-xrm fine level south front corner lots. 1 bltfck .from car line rrhos lots are 140 feet in length and are located on the paved road to r -m At the Drice they are the best '. a ..-.iraA rnad tO Fort are located on uie v. 1 " bargain in the city today only oa for the 2. Cash- tx EL L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building- Vacant lots. Sunse Seights--One and half lots east "-BlcV&1f0b?ock utes walk from postoffice. a .an a to pa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 12 April 1910

The Herald's Sporting News io The Herald 's Sporting News. EL PASO HERALD r -v " r f i ' HEDULE FOB THE CACTUS LEAGUE IS JEFF COM Merritt's Brand Butter DRilN.FIPASO NOT REPRESENTED TO LIVE. W WlllltfBl .- - --w- s dSlite No one article adds to or detracts from a meal more than Butter. If your Butter lias not pleased yoii try our "MERRITT'S BRAND' and see if the su- perior quality of this Butter does not add relish to your entire meal. No better Butter churned than Merritt Brand. Sold only at this store 35c Per Bound - " it "We have just received a fancy lot of Irish Pota- toes from Colorado 15 Pounds for 25c EXTRA FINE OREGON APPLES ' Roman Beauties and Wine Saps $3.25 Per 50-lb. Boxes !Eresh Strawberries per box 15c Fresh Valley Asparagus 2 bunches for 15c !Fre.sh IFloridaJSrrape Fruit extra fine .10c Home Made Ginger "Wafers Box 25c & 50c Swedish "Wafers box. . . '. 25c Baby Educator Crackers for Teething 25c SEND US YOUR Phone 151. 210-212 I1H1T ' ' I i i i i ' Spring is her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 13 April 1910

RAL A IS the Xcwj Ei Paso Texas Wednesday Evening April 13 1910-16 Pages IfereMPrlntsItFirst While It' Frca. TTTT few York X. "F. April 13. An estenshe raid on dealer In "White Slave V was started today with the arrest and arraignment of six men in a Brooklyn court. The police state that warrants are out for 20 others. Eight girls were in court to testif j against the prisoners. Oae of the girls was only nine years old. The eldest was hut 15. They all told the same story that the had been lured to a moving picture show where candy or other cheap presents wero given them and they were then taken to some house maintained as a resort of the -white slave hand's acti-vlties. Agent of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children haie been on the trail of the hand for nionths. Pi El Captures the Laurels in Big Shriner Pageant in the Cres- cent City Burros Sold at Auction in Hotel Lobby- After Parade Frank Leake Calls on the El Paso Shriners. Xew Orleans L April 13. The Dl Paso El ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 13 April 1910

V V V 2''iflilvl$iim 1 1 lllSFb S5555 Sfcs r31!r?IlKlKlfigan Waisfs 22" n Yesterday We got in a big shipment yesterday of summer waists. Ifc comprises plain tailored waists the dainty lace-trimmed waists and exquisite hand embroidered 'waists. You need waists no woman 'ever ftas quite enough. Come and see what our Waist Section offers you. Two Waist Specials For tomorrow and the balance of the week we note two waist specials- These are new waists 1910 styles part of yester- days shipment. Te offer special prices solely to induce you to visit the Waist Section tliis week while the display is at its best. These are all white waists tailored and lingerie styles with all the newest ideas in sleeves and closings. All sizes to begin with. SPECIAL 2TO. 1 Eegular$1.50 d f rf Waists for . . . P I W SPECIAL 3TO'. 2 $1.50 Regular $2.00 Waists for . . 50c Belts At this nominal price we are showing a great variety of new Elastic and Leather Belts in all the colors of the moment and different sty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 13 April 1910

Wednesday April 13 1910. l fc T5 f U. u. urocery EL PASO HERALD BBE9BaEaaBBnB3BHEBBHHBIBni I TaWWa:MMWMMaMMMWiMWaB3WEaaaBMM"MMWWMMMMWaMMaHBBMEBlgBBBJSCI I I ! I8g an i -- J yst EXTRA SPECIAL LINEN SHEETING 90 inches wide extra quality for suits skirts and waists. The dollar grade 69c Yard. EXTRA SPECIAL LINEN SUITING Yard wide union linen suiting extra quality worth regularly 40c " 21c Yard EXTRA SPECIAL LINEN SUITING Bound thread all linen medium weight a yard wide worth Goc 42c Yard EXTRA SPECIAL FLAXON Permanent linen finish in neat checks and stripes. Reg- ular 30c and 35c quality 19c Yard Comer Kansas and Boulevard EeU Phones 823 and 844. Auto Phone 1691. The only strictly cash grocery in El Paso: the only place you do not hare to help pay solicitors collectors bookkeepers and some one else's unpaid account. Our Goods and Prices Will Prove 'What We Say Best Creamery Butter per lb . . v 35c Strictly Fresh Yalley Eggs per doz 30c Mountain Park Eggs never over 4 days old doz . . ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 13 April 1910

EL PASO- HERALD ' Wednesday way is to BOOST and not to KNOCK; to CON- STKUCT and not to DSSTEOY; TO LAUGH and not to WEEP. The way of tins good is to meet the requirements of our customers with conservative liberality and by our sound banking methods to commend the respect confidence and of all with" whom we come in contact. Weshall ap- preciate" your account no matter how small; we like your ' - Company and wish to meet you and shall do all things con- sistent with good banking to win your esteem. RATLROAD NEWS. "BOOK OF RULES" AS EXPLAINED BY SWITCHMEN The book of rules is the main source of grief to the average railroad man. It is their one ghost and the one code upon which their jobs depend and their knowledge increases from time to time. More versions of the book of rules can ' be obtained In the average "switch shanty ' than all the educators and stu- dents In the country have been able to get out of the good book. The "Mhrcing- definitions have been obtained by a railroad swi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 13 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD "Wednesday April 13 1910. 1 WRHE FOrt OUR I CATALOG These "Chic i S50Ldk EMfW This patent colt 2 bar slip- per dull kid topping bead ed ornament: Iicht turn sole at A neat 2-eye Gibson tie patent colt with dull top turn sole ?2.50. The same effect in welt sole3 all patent or tan at $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 CATTLE ARE SHIPPED EAST FROM ysleta. Ysleta Texas April 13. Three train loads of cattle were shipped from the I Lanfer ranch to an eastern market- i B. A- Oden Irbln Oden and Joe Clem ents are at the Lanier roundup. Miss Juanita Loewenstein is out on the mesa the guest of Mrs. Short and Miss Vera Martin. Miss Martha Albinos has returned to El Paso after a visit to Miss Florence Hughes. Miss Juanita Loewenstein and Dean I R. Clark went n spp th Hsn omo - I Clint. J. J. and Otto Smith have returned from hot springs near Sierra Blanca. I 215 El Paso St. EtfanirsERs' draughtsmen's PHOTOGRAPHERS' INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES Fred J. Feldman Co. 308 San Antonio St. SOUTHWESTERN ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 13 April 1910

EDITORIAL AND. MAG1AZINE PAGE Wednesday April 13 1910. fr & 3s f 1 & I A .1 IS 2 F-ft k t ? i EL PASO HERALD Established April 1881- The El Pa30 Herald includes also by absorption and succession The Dailv News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AXD A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Hates. " Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. f Business Office J Editorial Rooms Rnnlo.tv Renorter IIERALD TELEPHONES. i. Advertising department TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dailv Herald per month. 60c; per year. S7. Weekly Herald per year? $2. The Daily Herald is delivered bv carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towrie. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper c...

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