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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 politi...

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

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

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 16 April 1910

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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 ...

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

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

HERALD El Paso, Texas, Monday Evening, April 18, 191012 Pages illiriL. Ul wiggsisBLBilElisJ pin is yw i sea&s laBIH2sl 'ifa ;ffi RftflTHH in F8 i88 1 fl I "i IHl s IfisT OisilllOl I"! WXBE3im-,s !!8t:fHBsH x&?&iJc&43. i Sk y I fls!li9BSt.SLHi HiaaBiM.aiMiHHM i?tKMiBiBiBBc m ih im rv n 3-JvMuinnnKi v " ' - .1 -. .r-t jk -'-(a .? & -ov. . ak t i i -'... . a wTBaBr jjj'-irJamrr-rKt. ..' -y 'w-bbbbbbbbwbm a Two Democratic Factions Are Split About the Head of Alleged Murderer. A CRUEL MAN FROM CHILDHOOD Was Once Removed Erom Police Department Eor Cruelty to a Prisoner. Kansas City. Mo., April IS. Pictur ing Dr. B. C Hyde as a man -whose evil propensities led him during his boyhood to torture animals, in later life to abuse the poprhelpless and in the fullness of professional success to conceive the most ?blossal murder plot in tue his- mf5 .erTl S ndeThropening statement for the rtate in the physician's trial for th TniirHAr of Pol. STTODe today. In leading up to the ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

J Eyster's C KJ.U. J jfGcery Corner Kansas and Boulevard Bell Phones 823 and 844. Auto Phone 1691. LEADERS IN" LOWER PRICES Pine California Strawberries, per box 10c 3 lbs. best Creamery Butter (strictly fresh) for. .$1.00 Strictly fresh Texas Eggs, per dozen 25c Mountain Park Eggs (fresh every day) per doz. . 35c 3 dozen good California Navel Oranges, 3 dozen. . 50c 6 small California Grape Fruit (good quality) . . . 25c 3 large California Grape Eruit (good quality) 25c 4 lbs. good Apples for 25c Lemons, very best, per dozen 20c Extra fine Green Peas, per lb 10c Extra fine Green String Beans, 2 lbs. for 25c Best Yalley Asparagus, 2 bunches for 15c Green Onions and Radishes, 3 bunches for 10c Large bunches California Beets and Turnips, each 10c Good New Potatoes, 3 lbs. for. 25c Extra nice large vrhite Head Lettuce, 2 bunches . .' 15c Fine Parsley (large bunches) each 5c Fine Yalley Spinach, per lb . . : 5c Water Cress, per bunch. . - 5c Bermuda Onions, per lb 5c Fine Old Onions, 6 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

3 JUJ PASO Special Notic For One We will sell REFRIGEflATOIlS on the following and balance in Ten Per Cent Down Now, here is a chance to supply your home with the best of alt Refrigerators. ..... "THE AUTOMATI On terms anyone can me FREE 1CS SOOK with aii Refrig erators purchased this week 216-218 San Antonio (Continued From mome out even. If every cent of the iUULUC Wilt t- w I state apportionment, city apportionment, j tuition tnonev. etc. is collected, our to- aal receipts for the year will be $174,000 (this amount I will analyze for you if you wish.) This -will leave a balance of $S2,000 on the first of July which the schools cannot pay. Looking at the matter from another standooint. and taking the mayors ng ures which are accurate, since they I Wp ohtained from a report submitted to him by myself, we may reach the same conclusion. Accorumg to the mayor's figures. $196,000 have been ex - pc-nded since June 1, 1909. Expenses to Come. It must be remembered that there ere yet two m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD News Of the Great Southwest wt if note SEASON NOTHING- RESERVED EVERYTHING MUST GO. i News Of the Great Southwest wmm n for urn THE GRMD I I ffep) Sl I Prosperity dates from the first dollar saved. Every pferson 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. The Weather Bureau Reprot Says There Will Be No Shortage Conditions on Other New Mexico Water sheds. - v 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 Irust Lo Bank & APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCE - I WHISKY SOLD IX EL PASO FOR BIXGALING CIRCUS OX THE SABBATH DAY. Second Xlprht's Attendance Larger Thau the First Cadet Baud a Fealnre of the Show. Much improvement and in all an ama teur p...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

The Herald's Sporting News 5 EL PASO HERALD The Herald's Sporting News Jeff In Training More Pictures Of NG MATCH By N. M. Walker VICTORY FDR Big RAG CHEWING AND POOR UMPIRIH6 SPOIL 1M mm EL PS! Douglas Wins From El Paso Sunday Douglas Lost the "Week End Game b j Small Margin. McCarthv Saves Day One of the best games that has ever been played on the local baseball dia mond, from a fan's point of view, -was that In which El Paso defeated Douglas Saturday afternoon. El Paso scored the first and also the last run of the same. It was a slug ging match, in which two home runs, one three base hit and 10 two baggers were made. El Paso got a goodly share of these and at times when they count ed for runs. ' For a while it looked as though the game was gofng into extra innings, for Douglas tied the score in the fifth and ninth innings. McCarty saved the day for El Paso in the ninth when he scored McGowan on a hit to left field. . The fans, of which there were about 1000 presqnt, enjoyed the g...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE t L PASO Established April, 1SS1. The El Paso 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 AMER. XEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Bates. Dedicated to the service of the people, that no good cause shall lack a cham pion, and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. C Bu J Ed XES. 1 Sot Business Office Editorial Rooms Society Reporter HERALD TELEPHONES t Advertising department " 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald, per mouth. 60c; per year, 7. "Weekly Herald. per year. $2. The Dailv Herald is deliveredftby carriers in El Paso. East El 3?aso Fort 31iss and Town. Texas, and Giudad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring: the address on his paper changed will please state In his communication bot...

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. — 18 April 1910

News Of the Great Southwest L PASO HERALD News Of the Great Southwest r Forfunitis Question? kM, , r ?'?3 &&Xi4&&est ''jst.-eKj -Jhe?; Say, Daddy, why are Cast Alumi num Plates Better than rubber? Because, Fortunatus, they fit per fectly, do not hurt the soft tissues, easily kept clean, are light and when you eat you can taste with them, and 100 more reasons. Dr. H. A. Mcigrtider DENTIST I DON'T WOR KFOR NEGROES Our 9th year in El Paso. Plaza Block BUSINESS INCREASE Aioura w DEL RIG Commercial Club Compiles Figures To Pay Re spects to Gov. Creel. WIRELESS TELEPHONE TO CONNECT EL PASO WITH TH T Uvalde Man Arranges For ' Station at Alpine and Comes to El Paso News Notes of Alpine. Alpine, Texas, April 18. R. Odom, of Uvalde, has made arrangements to es tablish a -wireless telephone station at this point, r A tower 320 feet in heigrht Is to he erected, thus givfng Alpine di rect connection ivith different cities of the state. The Collins Wireless Telephone com pauy li'S...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

The Herald's Sporting News 8 The Herald's Sporting News Et PASO HERALD : TROUNCES core iw Tin ILL GAMES Xew TJuroire of. the Cactus League Officiates A Close Game. Cananea, Mex., April 18. Cananea de feated Bisbee by a score of 7 to 5, in Sunday's nail game. AI the 'fans in the copper camp ere out to w'itriessthe game, "which, was hotly contested 'and interesting throughout. It was real baseball and the. fans shouted until their throats hurt. The game lasted for two hours and 10 minutes and was a game every min- ute of the time- Goyheneix, the new umpire of the Cactus league, 'officiated and did good work. His work is not nearly as bad as his name. The score: m R. H. E. Cananea ..... 7 11 3 Bisbee .-5 9 C Batteries Cananea, Gutierrez. Bob Whaling and Bert Whaling; Bisbee, Marshall, Grindel and "Welsel. BISBEE LOSES SATURDAY CAME TO CANANEA. Bisbee. Ariz., April 18. The inability to hit Max Reardon in pinches cost Bisbee the first game in the exhibition series by the score of C to 1 ...

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. — 18 April 1910

EL HERALD 9 sirvfpn Tmro ii a t up mo mr mm MihM iinm mwm run ins: uhwi; tifliiTP s nrrnsiTr Ttmsr pft hmo H umnut nmt ou - . ! Trrm T;,.4. rrtUo- !? TPninrl YVJLLL JUiaiibU Aitxu uu.o wiiiiw. ti -r-T- -ri .e r OlcLDSS HlX 3 JJ&bG IUI .DC- ginning the Delivery of the Water. Mexico, through its state department, j aim auiuuo.viuui uv ia. jju"", ....- nv.i.i-m -r..n ,., ,o.. lio- q cnviffr? :"r:;r.r,";!r'V"iVothtrPPtv; m fvmcii me oxiiluu oiaa-s v-v""" , 5he Elephant Butte project win De com- oif o,wi v. fnr ,iSa hv the ranchers on the American and Mexican side, J tf his information was given to the of- j ficers of the Water Users' association and to mayor Sweeney, Monday, by j ina or Portillos, of Juarez, acting for 'he state department of the republic. .; The information that the department I of state of Mexico had taken the mat- ter up with the intention of urging im- j u'-diate action was contained in a series : of messages and letters which have been j pxchanged between the M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 FOR SALE KEAL ESTATE. The Herald Want Ads are as fresh, as interest ing and as varied as the news columns, and a great deal more profitable to the man who reads them regularly. : : : : : , : : WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITESv. BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE. CHOICE RESIDENCES. IDEAL FARMS. R. H. THORNE, 61S SAN FRANCISCO ST. INCOME AND INVESTMENT REAL ESTATlS. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. M i i i i ' ROOMS. BOARD, ETC. ! FOR SALE FURNITURE. 9MS &k RpS V sS' S MOT LEMONS ARE -v V .& To Congratulate 4&4 ' i Z - 5T NtTJi t!v SUCCESS T" F3N TgRM gBf py om the sil VseHooL- JaK& P K IV MA33&gk ' V0 FOReoT - atife, fCi J HAVSTo I dungs Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices LOST POUND. LOST Gold ring with garnet set, cor ner Mesa and Texas. Return to 509 Rio Grande and receive reward. LOST Saturday in shopping district, solid gold Peacock make watch, en graved Inside case. Florence Steger. Reward If returned to 412 Wyoming. Auto, phone 2292. LOST Gold brooch Inscri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD "r 11 FOR SATE H2AL ESTATE. IV. F. PAYNE'S OFFICE Is now located In the Angelus hotel building1, Crawford theater entrance. FOR REXT. 9 room brick, paved street. 5 room brick, paved street. 9 room brick (never occupied.) . FOR SALE. . Building: site, Arizona St., 'nly $1150. Building site, Rio Grande. Priee right. 2 lots. Montana St. Building: site, Boulevard; close In (40 x93 feet.) 2 lots on corner Wyoming, St., $1900. 9 ROOM HOUSE, Just being- completed, only $6500. W. F. PAYNE, 4-ngelus Hotel Bldg. Phone 1250. 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 la'nd owners only and desire to treat only with homeseekers direct. 50 acres, 40 in alfalfa, small orch ard, 4 rotfm house; all fenced; $100 per acre. 120 acres, SO In alfalfa, 40 in wheat, perfectly improved; sandy loam, rich son; $150. 140 acres, 130 In alfalfa, fine orchard, modern 7 r...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 18 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12, Tffif ' " film HEADQUARTERS FOR Fresh Vegetables We are acknowledged headquarters for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Our assortment is always fresh. RECEIVED FRESH EVERY DAY. Red Radishes, 2 founches ...5c Valley Asparagus, 2 fonch. 15c Rhubarb, extra, lb. ...121-2c Xew Potatoes, lb 12l-2c Xew Cal. Beets, bunch, ...10c Large Crisp Lettuce 10c Irish Potatoes, 15 lbs 25c Sweet Potatoes, 6 lbs 25c Fancy Tomatoes, lb- 12 1-2c Green Sugar Peas 12 1-2c Nerw Carrots, 3 bundles ...10c Green Beans, lb 20c Wax Beans, lb 20c Cauliflower, lb. 12 1-2c PURE VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP. Direct from the farm where it is made, qt 45c Educator Crackers, per box 25c Hygienic Crackers, per box 20c Arrowroot Crackers, per box 10c Phone 151. 210-212 II"" .- '. , ' The Children iSTeed a room for themselves. Why not fix up one for their convenience? "We are now showing in our windows up to date decorations for the Nursery, very attractive yet in expensive. Turtle Paint Glass Co. 29BHHEHBHEEiEKHHEE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 19 April 1910

HERALD El Paso, Texas, Tuesday Evening April 19, 1910 - - - 10 Pages AH the News Herald Prints It Firsi While It's Fresh. Caleb Powers Candidate For Congress From Kentucky iorie Gould Weds Wealthy Anthony Drexel ft . ' i X I Ittk ftuFiffini inn rurins 1 fit. ' "& sfflBRj ? k '- F?xS Judge Maxey Announces Se vere Punishment for All Offenders. POOL GIVEN TWO YEAR PRISON TERM Persons who become involved in fed eral court in the future, in connection with opium smuggling case-, will be dealt with severely, according to the announcement of judge Maxey, Tuesday morning after passing sentence on those found guilty at this term of court j of trifling with the" drug. "It is a grave proposition," the court stated, "and Is extremely demoralizing. The law relative to the traffic is strict, and hereafter severe penalties will be Imposed. Minor offences will merit the same punishment as larger ones." Announcement was also made to the lawyers who were present that their future clients "who bec...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 19 April 1910

Thousands Hav Trouble and Weak and unhealthy kidneys are probably responsible for more sickness and suffering than any other disease, therefore, when through neglect 01 other causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue, serious results are sure to follow. Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most, because they do most and should have attention first. If you feel that your kidneys are the cause of your sickness or run down condi tion, begin taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because as soon as your kidneys begin to get better they will help all the srtitr organs to health. Freralency o Kifecy Disease. Most people do not realize the alarm ing1 Increase and remarkable preva lency of kidney disease. "While kidney disorders are the most common dis eases that prevail, they are almost the laBt recogrnlzed by patient or physician, whe Hsnally content themselves -rrlth decteriag: tke effect, while the original disease constantly u...

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