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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 16 1910. t LdoK Into otir Hat jy OSS 'it bear the name of a high grade mak- er? If you'll insist on a first class make you'll get a first class hat. We sell the celebrated Crofut & Knapp hats in soft and stiff styles. The First Derby made in America was a C. & S. C. & K all shapes. . .$3.00 Knapp-Felts $4.00 Knapp-Felt de Luxe $6.00 tfEW SPKHTGr STRAWS NEW HEIDCAPS SELECT SITE FOR THE MEW HOTEL Kohlberg Property on San Antonio and Santa Fe Streets Chosen. The site for El Paso's new hotel. aB agreed upon by the hotel committee of the chamber of commerce at a meeting Friday afternoon is the northeast cor- ner of San Antonio and Santa Fe streets. The recommendation that the directors of the chamber of commerce consider the site was included in the report made. A 60 day option on the property nvhich is owned by E. Kohlberg has ban secured. The stipulated price for hotel purposes is -67000. The proper ty hat a frontage of 120 feet on ban Antonio ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

B 8 Saturday April 16 1910. EL PASO HERALD A Sale of Linens For Next Week That Will Supply Every Need in Table Linens Bed Linens and Fancy Linen Pieces This time of year when spring cleaning is going on and fresh curtains are put up the careful housewife looks over her linen stock and decides what is -needed for the near-at-hand summer. Knowing this we have prepared for next week a mammoth sale of linens that will supply every summer linen need and at a considerable saving. We call special attention to the towel specials. You know what a lot of towels will be used in your home this summer. Lay in a full supply next week. Sale Begins Monday Morning and Continues All Week- Read Each of the Following Items Carefully TABLE DAMASK. 85c DAMASK 69c A good heavy damask full bleached 68 inches wide and pure linen. Four patterns to choose from festoon shamrock rose and fancy flower. Eeegular price f Q 85c a yard; sale pricee UUC $1.50 DAMASK $1.15 An extra heavy double satin damask. 72 inches...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

AXD EL PASO HER Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads on Pages 13 14 and 15. Eeal Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads on Pages 13 14 and 15. - f i '-- . - . T . 1 II I ' m n nion TO BEEBEGTED yar im 10 CTdD I in XL uiUil New Anson Mills Building "Will Be Six Months in the Course of Construction. MANY' TENANTS - AFTER OFFICES Agent Is Besieged by Appli- cants for .Space When the Building Is Finished. " The plans and specifications for the new 12 story and basement modern business block to be erected by Gen. Atson Mils have been .completed by J Trost & Trost architects who on Sat- rS irL';r:!.3ig Ciwd Enjoys First Per- o 4-t- r fr i n n rr.u i.ofHTiE- of the plans has ex tended over a period of several weeks j and It will probably be as many more before the contract is let. Aftr ac- tual construction work has been com- menced six months will have elapsed before the building is reaay i -- cupancv according to the announcement j CDpaiM.ii V " .... riuitf uiu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

I Your The B est Savings ome ank The first aim of every man and Avoman is to Own a Home to have a place where they can eat and sleep should adversity come and not be put into the street by the landlord when rent day c6mes round and there is no money to pay the rent. Let Us '& tudy If we hare started wrong let's get a new start. Let us form hab- its good habits. This is one of the shortest quickest roads to success. Let Us Begin By Saving Save our time our health our strength our self-respect and some of our earnings by MAKING- MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON A HOME. BUT YOU SAY "I never could pay for a home; I am not earn- enough!" LISTEN You are now paying we'll say $25 a month rent that Must Be Paid every month or out you go. SUPPOSE You bought two lots in Government Hill you would only have to pay $10 a month on the two thus leaving $15 a- month from your former rent dues for other purposes. . OB You could have the two lots in Government Hill build a small house on them and pay for both ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 9 9. L If a Delightful and Powerful Story Appeals to You Don't Miss T . ss v . - a & ' y& -y r V EL m THIRD DEGREE About to be Published in the EI Paso Herald The Lawless Power of The Police tf This story tells how the police of a great city exercise their powers to pxtort JJ confessions from innocent prisoners. It shows how greed for promotion and notoriety leatd to brutal officers convicting innocent men on perjured testimony. It shows how even the relatives and loved ones are made to suffer because they stand firmly with a prisoner once enmeshed in the police snare. i i- Society Riches Intrigue JTT The story deals with the son of a rich man the father havingtnarried a j1 second time a young woman who has "aspirations" socially; it shows how social parasites prey upon the people who receive them; how men without honor make a living off women whom they get in their power; it lays bare the social life of a great city the "exclusive' ' society and tells how law...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

SO HERALD Saturday April 16 1910. 12 I 1 Pro sperity dates from the first dollar saved. Every -person who earns money should save a part of it. The one who has saved in the past is prosperous today and he who begins a sav- ings account today will be prosperous in the future. "We pay interest on savings accounts and . .wish to number you among our satisfied customers. .Our savings department is open Saturday evenings until 8 o'clock for the accommoda- tion of our customers. We wish to serve the public. Have you tried us? The El Paso Bank & Trust Co. HFI P IMF THF THE LIFE SINE OilZED lb 1 ! iHf Spring-Cleaning How It Is Proposed to Re- duce Death Rate Among Babies This Summer. LITTLE FOLKS START SUBSCRIPTION LIST WORSE THAN A JOY RIDE. "I lunched -with W. B. Trites on Grand Prix Sunday at Armenonville" said a Philadelphian quoted in the TVashlnston Star. "Mr. Trites has made a hit abroad with his novel John Cave.' Though the book only appeared in May the first edition Is already ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 16 1910. 13 4 HOOKS i I EVERT DAY lOURMONEYy VI I i fcl jA Jk? I III 9H i JWiS 1 I 8a WHEN IT I 1 iii91f IS IN THE I I' . rJSL ' BANK I Jo ft v wk ' r q?oyrJ l &? s H Too Late to Cl r lassiry FOR REXT. FOR REXT An apartment in one of the best flat buildings in the city. All modern conveniences. $25 per month. FOR REXT 3 room modern brick house in mission style stable and corral; close in. S27.30 per month. FOR REXT On Arizona St. an upto- i date 5 room brick cottage. $25 per month. FOR REXT 8 room brick house mod- ern in every respect rooms large close in. $40 per month. FOR REXT On Boulevard an 8 room brick house ih fine condition; hall on both floors. $50 per month. "We also have many other houses large and small. In the outlying dis- tricts as well as close in. Ask Hodsre Realty Co. 303 Texas St. Have You r Being Comfortable I SVIfTE OF ROOMS for housekeeping ! hot and cold water sink and gas range; I furnishings are new. If you want J clean and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 14 Saturday April 16 1910. FOR SALE kEAL ESTATE. WEUiLL WAIT A LITTLE WHILE ER6RINHAW Some one of today s "Want Ads is going to change the whole face of the world for somebody. : : : : : : WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITES. BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE. CHOICE RESIDENCES. IDEAL FARMS. R. H. THORNE 51S .SAN FRANCISCO ST. INCOME AND INVEST3IENT REAL ESTATTs. I tiOW THIS BICYCLE I I WELL.lU i- lrUCHT WEIGHT l WRIT A LITTLE j. f )T5 SIXTY HORSE POWER 1 - I LIKE Y0UK MACHINE" ! FOUR CVLINDESS. tffl6NET0 l TAKE SOME f.YRY MOCH 3UT i I R166ED UP COMFUETF FOR ' f - UTEffflFTURF I fLL WfllTfl UTT& COPYRIGHT. 1910 BY THE Chings Lost and Pound; Personals and PnhuV Notices LOST FOUND. LOST Dark brown stallion; finder please notify R. D. "Wells. 30 Buckler Bldg. Phone 2210 and receive reward of $5. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. TKr.EGlLiPEx is ttUICKLl learned; flit1 aZJl ."PerfLrDaaasl Telegraph college Dallas. Texas BOY WANTED at 421 Mesa. WANTED A soda...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

V EL PASO HERAL Saturday April 16 1910. 15 FOR SALE E2AL ESTATE. LOOKING FOR A FARM? We offer the following list of choice farms all signed up under Rio Grande project and vested water rights in com- munity ditches. "We act for bona fide lapd owners only and desire to treat only with homeseekers direct. 50 acres. 40 in alfalfa small orch- ard. 4 room house; all fenced; $100 per acre. 120 acres SO in alfalfa 40 in wheat perfectly Improved; sandy loam rich soil; $150. 140 acres 130 in alfalfa fine orchard modern 7 room residence 250 ton hay barn pumping plants and outhouses. The pick of 'em all $200. 1G0 acres 70 in alfalfa rest easily put in; $100 per acre. All four of these tracts are within a half mile of Berino depot under Throe Saints ditch and Elephant Butte pro- ject The terms are 1-3 cash balance in 4 years. SO acres adjoining these tracts; 4o just put in wheat; $90 per acre; terms. 75 acres at San. Miguel 45 In alfalfa; large house well fenced. ?x? per acre; terms 100 acres u...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 16 Saturday April 16 1910. ft Steel. Concrete! B rick and Golden Dollars Are Building Greater El Paso Almost beyond comprehension are the building operations in the business section of El Paso during the last year. As if by magic sky-piercing structures have sprung up and today continue to do so with still greater rapid progress if anything while plans for divers other modern buildings give impetus to the situation and the promise of placing El Paso at the head of the procession to- ward civic improvements with a long and encouraging lead. A brief history of El Paso county and the Rio Grande Valley taken from the El Paso Chamber of Commerce Book "The Story of a City.5' EL PASO COUNTY. The estimated population of El Paso count' is 60000 but notwithstanding the fact that it is so sparsely settled it has the distinction of being the largest county in the state of Texas and contains 5414400 acres of which some 25000 acres are under cultivation and 150000 acres will eventu...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Ileal Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. RENE BACKETS BUDGET. EXCITING SPORT DESCRIBED IN A NEW3 GOV- ERNMENT BULLETIN. Chasing the Plying Fish With Shotguns in Gasoline Launches A Biological Station Maintained for the ) Purpose of Studying Piscatorial Problems A Sunfish That Weighs a Ton. WASHINGTON D. C. April 16. A special bulletin on "the greatest fishing in the world"" beautifully illustrated with photographs is about to be issued by the government fisheries bureau. It is very attractive literature to anglers. For one thing it speaks of southern California as the only part of the world where fishes are shot by gunners for sport- The game in this instance is the California flying fish a species very strong on the "wing" which skims through the air for distances of a quarter of a mile or more ilarks- men go after it in fast gasoline launches with shgtguns...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

-'.. ' - ? : . - ? 4 ; . ir i s !i sz0TMh m m JP B I H f;:.8 I &ht.J: Ts. Jl a L 3 m. I WttZ. I9 .JTHl gjBfev a jp I fl 4 PfflF JP- f?S f ?B r Wt VVVWy ' v rHIBIl jUhi&T rrjy.jy. -V" j & - b"w J.' f' ." Wt -' UHU BJI. V V- r vJ.C' .r Graduates of the Largest and Best Medical Colleges and Institutions of Learning in the World; Longest Established; Largest Prac- tice and Endorsed By More Prominent People Than Any Other Specialists in the Southwest. We Guarantee to Every Sick Man and Woman CKEST SAFEST AND BEST C QUI Permanent Results Skillful Treatment Fair Dealings Lowest Charges Are you suffering from Organic Weakness Kervous Debility Blood Poison Skin Diseases ftectal Diseases Kidney Bladder or Stomach Troubles or any Private or Chronic Disease? We Will Cure You W -want to reach every sick diseased debilitated man and woman- Tfccfeefc that you fcave .been treated bv others without benefit makes no difference. Nearly all oi our pwients tell of 13ns same experience but we...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

4 Bh L PASO HEB-AXD I . Der Captain Pliotog'raplhs Animals in Africa. . Copyrls&ted. MO T the American-Examiner. Great Britain Rights Reserved -- 4gfr YAM-YAM TREE MIJDErI JL . feff? 'Sw SPECIE HARKED' U if) -r 4 (yK tyf'WW . A fcJjT CAMERA UND YOU CHASE S 6gML ".Hc af HIPPOS (fc f '-" - k-' 1 1 1 W H fgSgg up some wild ELEPHANT6jgg? h -poWK SALE Or run UJ .l w Ym'Sik'V ) -g " sus Il. . b5r jr JiilciviJxffi r-T--rrn fiueo mound's wfs? 7F ". W'TLL J h '" V WM BVCER STARBOARD) WfvKit?iB 1 '"' --" A- 2 JS-u. is? 3 j II II fc 'IF DER INSPECTOR CHASE?) & jmk fo I - ' I I VAI ' " - c'" : ME UP A B16 ELEPHANT f It c .. -ff IMs- P -' f --- ' StTTTTTTI f V YUU' 7 1 VILL PRESENT HIM NEXT SJ?Ojif W ft tZT A fM l77f H-kL ' " hm&mksmyJrjT- jrsfM 4 F gL. JiygS2.. - ?jP) " IJnXEDUHAFFToX x F 7 O DERE ISS ANYHOW -fi- 0 W f S O COME ALONG MIT (41 X 3" f 7 VUKJ FELLER IP" W A & a J VJQUR TOOUSHNgSj V S' :v J Yg" V0N T nomLu ' ff fe ? - W W 6AST IT VOT S 6PyffOTO UJ JyifelMM'P

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 20 Saturday April 16 1910. Numerous Happy If fairs In Cluh Circles rites In City 'During the 1lfeek eMsH j A New Pomp An entirely new black Suede pump with patent leather tip and collar" silk bow a 'dressy and elegant street oxford Price $4.00 Kid turn and welt ox- fords no tip and soft the kind you want for sore feet. $2.50 $300 and $3.5d GREATER L PASO'S GREATEST SHOE STORE I Tract -of 36 Acres Sells for $ll000-5Big Acreage in Ootton. Big Spring Tex. April 5. The flow of oil struck at Saragosa further proves the Toyah oil field and much property as changed hands there. One sale Was made of 38 acres for $11000. From the acreage being planted here in cotton Big Springs wiill need two more cotton gins and this all will need an oil mill and a compress. J. C. Baumgarfner has been selected and employed as secretary of the com- mercial club. Five thousand dollars are in the treasury of this club to cover the expenses for the ensuing year. J. H. Long is here from El Paso an...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

Satimday April 16 1910. 21 TAFT II IT l-ILL SUPREME GOUR TT " How Politics Affect the Bench Justice Harlate Is the Oldest Member ot tne supreme court sixty-rnree Men Have Worn the Silken Robes Since the Court Was Organized. PRESIDENT TAFT is now consider- ing whom he shall appoint to suc- ceed the late David Josiah Brewer as associate justice of the supreme court of the United States. It is a posi- tion of. the highest honor and the grav- est responsibilities. The United State supreme court is unique among The judicial tribunals of the world in that it la sunreme in fact as well as In name. The congress and the president may j do what they will in enacting and ap- proving legislation the supreme court must at last decide whether the legisla- tive and executive action is in conso- nance with the constitution. If that court stamps a law "unconstitutional" it becomes at once invalid and unen- forceable. No taint of scandal ever has be- smirched the ermine of this exalted tri- bunal but...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

The Herald's Sporting News The Herald's Sporting News April 16 1910. Saturday" 1?J . PA SO ITERAXX) Rirr Km ffffirfae Ira Hie TSliniTOO2 VvnrlC FoiT FlOTlt With JO wg wav w MM& JlT Sport Gossip About Sorts Of Sports The clean honest straight American game of baseball has been too long defiled trith rowdyism from the grand stand. "When excitement runs at high tide it is difficult true to curb the foul mouthed -fan. But he should be curbed and thanks to a valuable pre- cedent lie is being. Hissing of players on either team Insulting remarks or conduct that in any "way reflects upon the merits of a player' Trill be punished by Immediate ejection from the park runs an announcement made by St. X.ouis National league officials. It is high time that some movement in this direction Trere made high time that the fans themselves frown on ungen- tlemanly loud mouth work on the part- of other fans. The fans who cause the objection are in the minute majority no doubt but a little yellow dog ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

The Herald 's Sporting News "April 16 1910. The Herald's Sporting News ' 23 Saturday !L ers Ihe - J -&'&"frfr&&&i&& $ -& & & -$O0-$0 &o& $ -$ $n$x&&&&9n&& v &&-&-&4'&&4&&-& & '? $&9&&-G'&"&Q- ItT FREB CIjAIUvB. MaHasrcr of the Pirates. "I have KlvrnyM contended that the only place pennants are tvoh !k on the hall field and then not before the season sistrtt. We have enjoyed a very ratifyins: training ancasoa and most of the players are in first class condi- tion for the opcslHg jramA. We Khould he as strons as "ve were last year but Ike other fellows may have hoist crcd up some- One thing: I will say we vrill try to Cive ntt&burjc fans a Rood article of hall and fight all the way in an effort to land as high a posi- tion In the race as psIbIe. BASEBALL RESULTS National League. At Boston New York Boston Batteries New York. $. H. E. 4 a i 5 9 2 Raymon...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

. ; : - ; r; " ' ;P A ' . x vT ; ' - g ifc;S - Copygghted. 1910. br the JUnertM-Enatacr. GreaVBritalg lUgMs Belied. fflYljijSSzK ... L.J- "2. - '" 1 1 r" ' T I jTT I i jjj j " ' " " IlrfHEfcE15lDWr .- - f- O IT - -n'L r n FptThat Sfe MA rvEBHENJJYeMAA J WU. NEVER a ROLVep j Vcll .Thank QjoDnej) s ft.J..i-CJKB L RoBBET J?Qp'vr rfe D?r w.h ThATpEGCED AlOMEY NoCOoD WONEVOQNTEARK ORG!V50MEVALUt foRis no coodtoe.Th Worst Thng ABOUT BEGGING !s That jfYou BEG You ALWAYS HAVFTb IT UNFITS THE BEGGARS MIND. IfWAKes MiM CRjnGinC AND DECEITFUL. GAHi&LXHG MONEY ISNO CooWTMS GtRns im rr microns or SMICKNEW a SOfcROV.THir MoHEYYw WORK HARP fo&K CLEAN HONEST HAPPY flONEY. IFTl)UWATToKtJ0WiALj0Y 'LEARN HOW To GIVE flGNEYlftfTCAD OF GET MONEY YouCANONLYjfTflA?PJNSS 5YGIViN3 T. Ttf MORE BIESSED To GIVE IFYOU'VE NEVER-JriED ITYQU DOHT KNOW

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

25 lj n a Saturday April 16 1910. A Cure For The Diseases of Men A CUES IN EVERY CASE ACCEPTED FOR TREAT- MENT. Our methods are SAFE SClETIFiC and EFFECTIVE and are endowed by the high est medical authorities of Europe anl America VIII ''Mexico. In Its Centennial -Year." Climate. Attracts the People From the South By Robert H. Murray Mexico City D. F. April 1G. -Twenty- three of the 37 men In a car of th train -which bore me south from Cordoba into the heart of the Mexican tropics were farmers from Kansas. Most of them were young 35 or under but there were not a few elderly men and two or three wh.o were close to 70. They were a cu- riously variegated lot considered from the standpoint of racial origin. All were citizens of the United States but none of them was of what is ailed "American stock." Of the older men a majority were citizens by process of naturalization. The younger men were sons or parents who In the last generation had emigrated from continental Europe to the new worl...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday "April 16 1910. &l&AO& .. iW" 28 " Merritfs Brand Butter No one article adds to or detracts from a meal more than Butter. If your Butter has not pleased you try our "MEREITT'S BRAXD" 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 EXTBA FINE OREGON APPLES-' Roman Beauties and'Wine Saps 3.25 Per 50-lb. Boxes Ifresh Strawberries per box .15c Fresh Yalley Asparagus 2 bunches for ;15c 3?resh Florida Grape Fruit extra fine 10c Home Made Ginger Wafers Box 25c & 50c Swedish "Wafers box 25c Baby Educator Graekers for Teething 25c SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151 Your Home Should be the expression of your personal tastes not veommon-place in its decorations but an individual treatment. We would be glad to talk it ...

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