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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 April 1910

Friday April 22; 1910. 11 JFOR SALE R55AX ESTATE. UCADTIFCL HOME ON X. EL. PASO. &ix room House on 2 full lots eas. front. House has large porch and hall. Tue owner must sell this piace and is ottering it at a sacrifice 42o51oOU cash and balance to suit buyer. It you contemplate buying a home or want a good investment we know you will Duy tins. No trouble to show you. 1VE ARE OFFERING CHEAP One of the prettiest building sites In the city. It is In Mundy Heights on Mundy avenue close to the park. Two full south front lots for ?lo0 and we c-lvft vou terms. Better ioo- . .e qo rnn investment or for a building site for that new home You will like it. m n NEWMAN INVESTMENT CO. Bell 550. 226 Mesa. Auto. looO. LOOKING FOR A FARM? We have a long list of the finest lm- proved farms in the valley. Amongst these a 50 acre a 150 acre a 160 We. a 135 acre and an SO acre farm ltfc In 4 mile from Benno R. R- depot. Farms ?hat will net you $50 P age tills season of the crops all under the fines...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 April 1910

13 Eriday April 22 1910. Hundreds of Saturday Bargains Especially Emphasizing Hose Values Again tomorrow we will demonstrate the advisability of shopping here. Seasonable bargains of all kinds await you but we emphasize Hose values. A special purchase of 12000 pairs of hose go on sale tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock. They consist of Women's Misses' and Children's. Men's Half Hose are also included. .These hose are such celebrated makes as "Esco" "Gordon" and "Onyx." For convenience they are divided into lots as follows. ABOUT SPECIAL trawbernes A great many customers took our advice last year as to the proper time to buy Strawberries for pre- serving. We have just made arrangements to fur- nish you preserving berries this and next week. We have contracted for twenty-five hundred boxes per week and guarantee to give you extra quality berries at the extreme low price of 10c - Per Box - 10c Kill FfiaPl I AX 3 A. These Splendid l: m SUMMER iMl t Efy ; JUJjlv Garments are if I If fet What ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

All the News Herald Prints It First Wfallo. Tt'u TT-rnnU K -JBH 1BH W omB& sm SB& .T fc dT aMaaialHBi aiBMfcBM BHP fBtan WB"" t i u: ' - " fllTnrSIPiiin 1 1 Ii 1 S fill irOO TSlinP Temperature Drops Down to 18 Above IIw 1 LU 1 illl 1.1? 1 ilU 1 11 Uiiiilirili III 1 Ie lllS Mi nil I fill il Zero in Illinois. ill i If 1 1h Li 1 1 1 1 " lILsliy 1 iili IJ t Ex-President Tells French What He Thinks a Good Citizen Should Be. PRAISES THE MAN WHO DOES HIS BEST Speaker Defines-His Posi- tion Relative to the Trusts in Few Words. t- Paris France. April 23. Theodore Roosevelt delivered his eagerly awaited lecture on "Citizenship in a Republic" in the Sorbonne this afternoon. His audience composed all members of the French cabinet students selected from J the univesity of Paris and many distin- guished gruests by whom the occasion was regarded as a -most Important fea- ture of the distinguished American's visit to France. In the course of his address Mr. Roosevelt made reference to the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

1M m " """ -" " ' " "" " " "" """ " '"" " .. BB I i? Wonder or the d eason A Sale of Waists That Will Arouse The Wildest Enthusiasm ivi "OKDAY vpe inaugurate the summer season with a sale of waists that is really wonderrul. severe tailored waists ot madras linen ana nnene are to be "f ound in the different lots as well as the daintiest effects in finest sheerest lawns mulls and batistes. TVhile the tailored waists are of course untiimmed Yal laces embroidery medallions and beading are lavishly employed on the- lingerie waists in any number of clever trimming ideas. Many waists show the smart new ruffle down the side. It lots 4 and 5 are exquisite waists of sheerest batiste in a host of alluring new styles dainty little yokes of thread laces joined by inset Irish lace pretty panel effects new sleeves with deep cuffs lace trimmed and other defighful styles. Like everything carried here our waists are from makers who are only sat- isfied with .their efforts when they have produced some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 23 1910. 3 Half Price Sale of Corsets Every woman who needs a corset should make the most of this opportunity to sup- ply that need at half the usual cost. We have taken all broken lines and styles that the manufacturers have discontinued (many of them new spring models) and for quick clearance priced them At Half This lot includes the "Warner's Rust Proof C. B. R. & GL Nemo Grossard (front laced) "Whalon in styles sold regularly for $1.00 to $16.50 each. The styles cover the entire range from the girdle corset to the extreme length. Monday and Tuesday- Exact :y Half P rice 2 IhLAT W PIBPIIUP inn usnuuLHsi "Washington D. C. April 23. Ttif re- lation between the public debt and the circulation of the national banks is brought out in a graphic manner in some of the charts prepared by Dr. A. Piatt Andrew special assistant to the National 3Ioneiary pommission which have just been made public. The chart which plots the relation of circulation to national...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

EL PASO HER V 4. Saturday April 23 1910. e Are You Interest ed in the Home Beaotif ul? We are sure yoia are and would suggest a vjsit to our Furniture and Drapery Department where you will find the new ideas and designs in Spring Furnishings all at moderate prices ti China Are an almost indispensable article of furniture for the dining room. You have so main pieces of handsome china and there is great danger of its getting broken unless you liave a nice china closet to keep it in. Then it is always an ornament to any home. This buffet in Early Eng lish or ( ' Golden Oak P . 44-inch. C-ft- Extension table to ri ' mat-en aoove v . . Boston Leather Couch 'JJhere is a sug- gestion of rest- ful ease about chis leather couch that makes it a very desirable addi- tion to the furnishing of a library sitting room or den. Hlft50 This style il- lustrated comes in Boston lea- ther biscuit tufting. Fin- ished in Golden Oak all around. It would le difficult to find a b'etter couch for t'he money. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday. April 23 '19J.0. Low Cuts of the Better Sort At $3.00 and $3.50 It's our business to supply you with footwear of the better sort at $3.00 li and $3.50. We show special values at these prices. If you want the "best of values come to us. ( A pretty 3-button pat- ent colt Oxford light turn sole at T This fine street Oxford all patent A pretty button Welt co!t. 2-hoie tie? tfQ ff Oxford i:lain toe and high heel D. welt sole at Tl. onnn tflfl "RrfSl A f make at VJwU at $3.50 ASK FOR CATALOG. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. Lerner Shoe Company 215 EL PASO ST. REGAL AGENTS. LOG OF THE WELL. ? Surface. To 36 Ft. ) To o 52 Ft. ) ) To o 72 Ft. ) ) To o Rock. 75 Ft. ) Dirt and clay. Caliche rock. Clay and caliche. l Something New ! To 94 Ft. ) To o OS Ft ) ) To o 128 Fti ) Soft gumbo. "Water bearing sand. Gumbo slightly harder. Boulders and water. Gumbo. Quicksand. Gumbo. ) To o 135 Ft ) To o 172 Ft ) ) To o 17S Ft ) ) To o 225 Ft. ) To o Boulders quicksand. 231 Ft ) ' ) ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

6 Saturday April TT PASO Established April. 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption ana 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 AXD A3IEU. XEW3P. 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- V pion. and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Auto. f Business Office .....' oqoq HERALD J Editorial Rooms j TKLEPKOXES. 1 Society Reporter x" . t Advertising department i- I'SRSIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' In his communication both the old ana the new address. COMPLAINTS. iT f Subscribers failing to get JThe Herald promptly should call at the office or tele&one No llT befoVc 6?C0 m. AU complaints will receive prompt otten- Hon. . . -.- 3 Wake Up El Paso! THERE is more Duutung unoer way m s. au ... - j previous ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

0 HERALD Saturday 'April 23 1910. LfMev WhicK HHHHf For p e Egyptian Cotton Colors Black Tan Navy Grey. White-feet; 6 pairs in bos -$1-50 Sflk"ldsles CWlors Black Tan Burgundy Green Light Grey; 6 pairs in box $3.00 For Women Egyptian Cotton in Black only; 6 pairs in box $2.00 Silk Lisles Blacks and tans. 6 pairsln box $3.00 We "Replace Hose Here ffo Sending BacK -to Factory Continued from Page5.) charge of the drilling work at thfe 560 - foot Jevel which -was reached at nignt. j He is also of the opinion that the sand i has not;filled the well to the bottom as he states during his experience a "sand lock" often forms around one of the joints in the drill stem. He would not however make a conjecture as to the depth of the sand in the hole. That the sand causing- the trouble may come from th bottom of the well was the statement Friday of a number Oxford Is and here For Women ankle straps I fords in patents tan and 3.00 $350 I ' I i Kinney Shoe Co. Fortune? -fs? Questions Hts Daddy Our...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

EX PASO HERALD 8 Saturday April 23 1910. J1 eadv -to-Wear Week WeeJ? w jr T' w y ie I? I Am m S cm Jr J lemming uis 'MMm wml III 1 wlmmmi f (n 1 i phy of Stylish Summer Apparel All Next Week Come Monday and see what's new in Ready-to- Wear! The past week has been one continuous arrival of new things in Ready-to-Wear. So we designate next week "Ready -to-Wear Week" Throughout te week in the Ready-to- Wear section w& hold a display and sale that will surpass in extent and variety any similar event The cleverest of the late spring and advance summer models will be shown. In addition to the display of new things next week Ave include some timely specials. Indeed we have spared no effort to make next week one of the most interesting weeks that was ever passed by the Calisher store. So come arid take advantage of it. i The Newest Arrivals In Ready-to- Wear summer These Foulard Coats Suits medium length. "La.ct Silk TunrDers. to be worn over waists. Flowered Swiss Petticoats lace trimm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

Heal Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classif y Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. Sawmill to Be Erected to Furnish Material For Homes. Plans Being Drawn for Baby Sanatorium Which Is ti Hitq the Lives of the Children Work Be- gins on the New Lodge. EL PASO HERALD i - " ' - - ! - " LuuLuttur id imw $iuuuuu riuiofiiiiuinLii nuflu II. I. Ottcuheimer e architect from Chicago Thursday evening and ieit 1 rmay morning: xor me mouum. .n company with toatractor Frank Powers and J. I.. Campbell of the South- western engineering department. These men will locate the Kite of the new hotel and It will be staked off jtrcparatorv to beginning the foundation work on the big hotel. H. 15. Stevens who is interested in the Cloudcroft property also accom panied the party. Cloudcroft has caught the fever from El Paso and Is preparing "for a healthy building boom there this year. The modern $100000 hotel which Is to be built by the Sou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

Southwestern Mining News Southwestern Mining News Saturday EL PASO HERALD w AS EL PASO and the Rio Grande Valley becomes better known and El Paso city property and Rio Grande Valley land becomes more desirable efforts will be made by other communities to profit by this activity. Glittering opportunities will be offered by smooth tongued agents from other parts of the country all telling of the great advantages to be obtained and the big money to be made. But after you have heard their story stop and consider their proposition. When you invest with them you take their word for every- thing YOU DO NOT SEE what you are buying you simply see PRETTY MAPS and PICTURES. When you invest in El Paso city property or Rio Grande Valley land we take you to the property YOU SEE IT you deal with people who have lived with you a lifetime who intend to REMAIN IN EL PASO and whom you know to be above any misleading statements. It is with such people you should invest and-at the same time ASSIST YOUR ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 23 1910. 11 a Fertilizer EI Paso and MesiEl; has the entire West not excluding California and Colorado in respect to Railroad Freight Kates. We have better climate and the duction is much greater than any other Farming Lands. i . . . ' " " The Rio Grande Silt - IE The u Opporfuifies 80 Begg tog Right Under Your Nowhere under the canopy of heaven can you find' Better Land opportunities for quicker " and larger increase of value than in this valley. The United States government has the confidence of its success why on earth can't you? Nose ip The Tallest Building En Texas El Paso is growing far more rapidly than any other city in the southwest. Hundreds of thousands of dollars will be expended d iiring the next few months in buildings. A report is current to the effect that one of our n ew business blocks will be a 12-story structure the highest in the state. Business blocks just completed and those in the course of construc- tion represent an expenditure...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

12 Southwestern Mining Newb EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 23 1910. rn Mining news m ven r Upptr and lower valley making remarkable record that is causing the owners of valuable California lands to Better Tk 108.11 Renowned jpl lr LiSOOS he envious atid jealous EOPLE in El Paso have not stopped to realize the remarkable strides the Rio Grande and Mesilla Valleys are making. So fast are the merits of these valleys becoming known that owners of California land have realized they have a serious competitor and one that is destined to become more famous than the $1500 to $2000 an acre land in the Golden State. And we people right here in El Paso who ought to know more about these two valleys are pay- ing little or no attention to it. People in every state in the union are watching the Rio Grande and Vipper valley. Letters are being received every day from Eastern people asking for fur- ther information about these valleys and one of these days we are going to realize when it is too late t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 23 1910. 13 Th& Detinv of EI Paso is About to be Indissoliiblv Linked With I Hal 01 aau 1lGffO flCi DlSter vliy 01 1116 ff OOucilUi OaiDui . ! The most powerful independent capita! on the Pacific Coast is now building a splendid line of railway of the most approved modern construction Eastward from San Diego and in a little more than another year these two magic young cities will be joined by the shortest trunk line that can ever be built between El Pao and tidewater 8 Over this artery of trade will thereafter flow the principal freight and passenger traffic of the Southwest. El Paso merchants and .jobbers will then receive a large part of their supplies by this newer and cheaper route through San Diego harbor and the delightfully cool beach points of San Diego will become the favorite summer resort of El Paso citizens. San Diego with its splendid present activity its unprecedented-growth and development and its magnificent future is becoming of imm...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

EX 14 Saturday April 23 1910. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. TODAY'S CLASSIFIED OPPORTUNITIES WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITES. BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE. CHOICE RESIDENCES. IDEAL FARMS. R. H. THORNE BIS SAX FRANCISCO ST. INCOME AND INVESTMENT REAL ESTATls. r 50TUO AK SIX rVftKE NttfE E.K? WELL..YOU AR THE VO fcST 1- -EYHR SflU.1 " WELL.TKEN.ITA IHTH' BIGGEST SUMCE. IN SCHOOL" j f rtU5T 8ETEW.. J f AL-LRlfiHT! &EE! I'D LlK.t TO BE W JJI ) v '- ftWlSc KI2$UT X&UE&S ILL 7 7 V KVELR. BE A Hl&KDS-OW y j f BJMk V- I So YOU ARE YEFLY3)ENSE frvf YES.X'K AS YOU'LL BETK& SrtflTE-ST A TN UNWELL. LITTLE ONE ALL- THICK AS LITTLE KQ INTDWtf!!! J V w) YOUMEEl 15ATEW3RDPS OF VT1AS TJAr-5 y v I f paxaza on THffr cran I un y-r r V Vl WlLUI30t UMlER3Tflt) IT. fyBtlB( rYOU YOU TEJLlRS frs A nARyELJ ! YOU ARE SO 5rtARTTHrtT 1 "PROFESSOR. (VY ATTENTION an' I HOW 30ES HE I CAtT TEACH Yoa ANTTK! K-OR J Ti.3 TRUE.W fis-- A-l- P1-01 TH' 1 VQJJ? - X WOUlJ) ADVISE YOU TO START A V Ii1 j PROBLEM IN i " ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

Friday April 22 1910. h FOR SALE H2AL ESTATE. x- linvoiivn ST. AT A BARGAIN. An 8 room brick on & "j'u't "JrV ' of 5 room cottages miles farther out. St. lots being offered ' "won. s Has full davlight basement under en- market value. Tou have wanteaaJiwi hoilSft .rifh ... 5rs inside leading to tana street home and now. iouii tr j opportunity to uy "" thl- nlace. ' dining room kitchen pantry Kitcnen bargain. Let us show 5 ou this pia j cJo u hal screened in back Just listed with us todaj. it wo porch andvspacious front porch. Up- last long at the price. It stairs has 4 bedrooms bath room 3 ON NORTH EL PASO i- e closets and hall. Back yard all We have a 6 room house are 01 fenced has woodshed. and sidewalk in- ing at an equa lly great barga in. x q cream colored brlck owner wants to sell this Place th projecting out wide all and is offering itatf ftrrlc$oU. it is around. Only 10 minutes walk to the be a good .tZid Is .modern postoffice. Streets paved to within one on 2 fuli J fTh!...

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

16 Saturday April 23 1910. EL PASO HERALD -p . g aw if s There is Not a Section in the United St Such Possibilities. THE REA That is Offering WHY 1 Hundreds i Going In I Eig I ousancls or Dollars liar imffs in fa so ht ten and twelve story steel and concrete buildings have been erected and are in the course of construction in El Paso. Large forces of men are working day and night on those buildings and as fast as they are com- pleted they are occupied by people who are anxious to locate in El Paso and take ad van - i tage of the GREAT opportunities offered in the Southwest. '-.'. 4 El Paso is doubling in population; every 5 years. Rio Grande Valley Land in Great ichest in the World Land in this valley the Rio Grande can be had today for $50 to $100 an acre all under ditch and signed up for water from the great Elephant Butte Dam. This same land will produce 5 crops each year and just as soon as the water from that great dam commences to flow over it will advance in price to 3 -times...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

"RT PASO HERAJUD Real 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. When the United States Helped M That the United States furnished arms and ammunition to Benito Juarez to help him repel the French Invaders and unseat Maximilian from the Mexi- can throne and that the national offi- cers at that time took a deep interest in the fortunes of the Mexican republicans and their venerable leader and showed this interest in every possible way. is the positive declaration of W. W. Mills for 50 years a resident 'of El Paso. That one of his officers at Tucson came near spoiling it all and preventing the arms reaching the Mexican president Is also the declaration of Mr. Mills. He tells the story in the book of his life. Notwithstanding" the danger of becoming- embroiled with the French even at a time when rebellion was being sup- pressed in this country Mr. Mills de- clares the United States di...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 April 1910

f Accuracy Efficiency &m m Sat k n B m bbsbsBi 3?e( 18 a m w IS 9 m 3m I L w 3m 'ii 1W3hUfIII1SI II lwB?5fcH IJWw A CORRECT DIAGNOSIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP IX THE TREATMENT OF ANY DISEASE. WITHOUT A PERFECT KNOWLEDGE OF AND A REMOVAL OF THE CAUSE. A CLE IS IMPOSSIBLE. WE HAVE SPARED NEITHER PAINS NOR V AMTNATION AND ANALYSLS OF EVERY CASE AND WE CHARGE NOTHING TO DEM- ONSTRATE WHAT OUR SPECIAL TREATMENT IS. HOW WE GET RESULTS AND PROVE TO YOU BEYOND ALL REASONABLE DOUBT ITS ACCURACY EFFICIENCY AND SUPERlbRITY. OUR TREATMENT WILL NOT INJURE THE MOST DELICATE SYSTEM. DOES NOT TEMPORARILY' STIMULATE BUT PERMANENTLY TONES AND BUILDS UP THE WEAK DISEASED TISSUES. WHY BE SKEPTICAL? WHY NEGLECT THAT MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL YOUR POSSESSIONS YOUR HEALTH? WHY GIVE UP ALL HOPE OF A CURE BECAUSE PERHAPS YOU HAVE TRIED THE WRONG MEANS ESPECIALLY WHEN THERE ARE REMEDIES WHICH HAVE CURED THOUSANDS AFFLICTED AS YOU A3fcE? WHY SHOULD ANY AFFLICTED MAN OR WOMAN HESITATE TO CONSULT SPECIALISTS ...

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