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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 April 1910

!L PASO HERALD Wednesday April 27 19101 9 TO YOUR KNOWLEDGE dniw jnMmtfJn mi (hcmk Our Prices Appeal to Your Pocketbook The fact that our corps of buyers are in constant touch with the best and most exclusive markets' in this country enables us to give you the BEST the land affords at more REASONABLE PRICES than you can get elsewhere. You Will Ultimately Become a Customer of Ours. WHY NOT NOW? I Mot Mwmm: jfrtWGtGGmU I Succes md.JtiA sful Bus! ne Appreciate I nn the value of banking service such as this bank renders. There's no business so small or so large that it cannot be ma- terially helped by good banking connections. We are daily meeting the banking requirements of a host of EI Paso's leading business men. Why not let us serve YOU in a similar capacity? 4 Percent interest on savings accounts in- terest compounded every 6 months. Percent interest on time deposits. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES $2.50 YEAR. National Bank of Commerce EL PASO TEXAS. Note Few Special Items and Prices Below L...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Wednesday April 27 1910. Dj hws Editoria Some men are afraid of success and when it conies and takes them by the hand they draw back in a kind of panic and cannot of their own free will be induced to lay their fingers on the treasure before them. And some men as Mark Hanna once remarked wouldn't know agood busi- ness proposition if they saw it on the street comer. Then again some men lose' by helieving too much while countless thousands never know success by be- lieving too little. The open minded man of judgment and action is the man who knows success. Success in life is measured by a man's investments. rTow is the favorable time to invent in El Paso real es- tate. El Paso real estate" is in some respects a more staple investment than gold because the production of gold fluctuates. Gold has decreased in val- ue nearly 40 percent in the last 15 years while all the time El Paso real estate has consistently increased in value and will continue to increase so long as ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 April 1910

EJL 1?ASG HERALD A 27 19ia The Herald's Sporting News n The Herald's Sporting News Wednesday ar buck's Husky Heroe. V -.i-ii . i i n I1WVIITM -. AVET i fcfcfc .Ns. 5. George Chayka L. F. !I LF After the bis leagues are throush fighting over Trhlek club shall have the famous Chayka and Chayka himself Is dead and sronc through his vrhole ca- reer will there he found nothing but ball. He vrill have been a pure un- adulterated baseball bug.- It vras back in Dec. 23 1SS7 vrhen George Chayka was born Milwaukee the lucky city. Georgie first pegged n rubber ball on the pavement lit front of Iiif house and next amused him- self by breaking windows in an old Tirewery nearby. From the start base- ball jctuck out all ever Mm like porks en a porcupine. So when Chayka went to school &e played ball. He held out in left field for the Ambrose college of Davenport Itu four years of It in all. "When he quit school his career -was nettled. 3fo bnsine.sr. life for Chayka. The 3Iuscatine la. team of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 April 1910

12 Wednesday April 27 1910. FOR SALE KEAL ESTATE. -. On getting a clerk or position as clerk. Clerks put Marshall .Field Swift .Armour among the "owners of America' Why? TSer.ansp tliev splectpfl flip. tiVM. Hlprks Anr what marift TiMp.lfl- WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITES. BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE. CHOICE RESIDENCES. IDEAL FARMS. R. H. THORNE BIS SAX FRANCISCO ST. INCOME AND INVESTMENT REAL M Swift Armour Capitalists instead of continuins: Clerks? The hjcsie? fact that they selected the right Business and House to train in. You can do the same. "Herald" Want Ads help Success tell her story daily. Get in touch with them. This minute READ AND ANSWER TODAY'S VANT ADS nCTuE LVOMAJJ Ciiccoirir cuus.s amt ex tjpro mcrs.?) frt3 " O'-'w. OH SUFrnAfctX- KE ESTAT2S. FOR RENT. TYPEWRITERS. T i iri fTQjJ&lXi I I ttd I H J I kisrVAi I 1 ; (T MUST BE ) (&&t 'S "" Qk ' -r 3 -s WOME&IN I MEAL TO VTP v JQ-N . " .1. Ill 1 . 'FtL 1 asvt. n i avz .. vVrn jemim'i. .Hv v k:&7 -' twvaww ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 April 1910

"Wednesday April 27 1910. 13 FOR SALE SEAL ESTATE. S ROOM HOUSE WALKING DIS- TANCE. The greatest bargain of the year Is this S room modern home at the price of 5 room cottages miles farther out. Has full davlight basement under en- tire house with stairs inside leading to kitchen. First floor has a den Pf01" dining room kitchen pantry. .kit5ne closet reception hall screened in uacK porch anu spacious front porch. UP" i .. v.ov. room o i-ir .-.A. .. 10 u. Kack yard au atn-iirs HU.S -4 oear'Juiuo un fenced has woodshed and sidewalk in - .. o..:v . ov oniored DricK. 4.w.4. -LUUI Ul bl caiii w. with t-rr nrnfontin" nllt WIUU all art-.i iir.1. in minntps walK. to "- - IW11 1UUJV.VWMO V On postoSice. Streets paved to with in one block. House will be finished In aftoui 3 weeks and must be told before that date. Price only $1800; terms eas. splendid place for the money. H. L. Howell 213 Herald Building. 2 HOUSES AND G LOTS 0 COKNKR. This is south front PrPert ? ground enough for 3 or 4 more...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 April 1910

Lid's I Call Up Your One Third DO IT NOW hhhk Big League Tuesday's NATIONAL league. At Cincinnati St. Louis-Cincinnati game postponed; wet grounds. At Chicago ' Pittsurg-Chicago game postponed; rain. At New Tork B. H. E. Brooklyn 0 : 8 9 3 Nerr York 9 I4 5 Batteries; Brooklyn Bell Wilhelm Dessau and Erwm; New York Crandall Ames and Meyers. "Cmpires Klem and Kane. At Philadelphia B. H. E. Philadelphia 5 J Boston 4 2 Batteries Boston Curtis and Smith; Philadelphia Ewing and Dooin. Umpires Rigler and Emslie. ' AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Detroit St. Louis-Detroit game postponed; rain. At Boston Philadelphia-Boston rain. jame postponed; At Cleveland Chicago-Cleveland rain. game -postponed; At Washington B. H. E. New York 7 9 Washington 9 12 3 Batteries New York Manning. Prill Warhop and Sweeney; Washington Walker and Street. t Umpires Egan and Evans. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. ) At Kansas City - Si. Paul r Kansas City -..:.. .tt 15 At . Indianapolis Columbus-Indianapolis game postponed; rain. At Lou...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 April 1910

X. PASO HERALD Wednesday April 27 1910. 15 Em El ! IS JuSnto II tW ififuii Francisco Portiilo Has Many Evidences of Ability He May Eemain Permanently. Will Francisco Portiilo remain as jefe politico of Juarez? That is the question now most interesting- to the people of the Mexican city across the river. There is great preparation for activity In much needed civic Improvements much need of a cool head to direct the affairs of the city. And Francisco Portiilo is pointed to as the man for the -work. It still Is a doubt whether he -will stay. Air. Portiilo arrived only a few weeks ago to take the place of Felix Barcenas now in the City of Mexico. But yet no definite word has been re- ceived. Mr. Portiilo was commissidned by governor Creel to fill a supposedly temporary vacancy usually occupied by one of the alternatives to the chief executive. A Municipal Expert. Already the new jefe has begun work with all apparent intentions to emain. Already the people of Juarez are enthused with his...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 15 Wednesday April 27 1910. What the Market Affords And Where If you are tired of seeing the same thing on your table that you have been seeing there for the past six months" take our suggestion and visit our store. Here you Tvill find displayed everything good to eat from every source of supply. It is impossible to enumerate all we offer but you can rest assured that whatever is on the marketwill be found here in finer qualities and larger assortments at prices no higher than vou-pay for ordinary qualities and ordinary service. STRAWBERRIES We have made special arrangements to supply you with fancy berries this week "Only 10c Box Best Quality. Fresh Norway Mackerel .- 10c 15c 25c Perndell Sainton Steak cans . . ' 25c and 35c Boneless Cod Fish; genuine lb 20c Smoked Salmon lb.. . . 7." 40c KOSHER SAUSAGE ALL KINDS. iVFiIMHRlan Phone 151. 210-212 JEWELERS FLEECED IN ILL PMT THE COUNTRY FDR. VALUABLE Providence It. Tn April 2.7. Manufaerarins jewelers of Rhode Island an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

All the Xews Herald Prints It First While It's Fresh. Evidence Is So Strong Against the Prisoner That Judge Concludes It Is Kot Right to Allow Him to Have His Liberty During the Trial Evidence of a Druggist Very Damaging Against the Man on Trial Wife Hysterical-. Kansas City Mo. April 28. Hugo Brecklein was recalled to the stand this morning: when the Hyde murder trial began and questioned by attorney Walsh for the defense- Brecklein's tes- timony yesterday was considered -ery damaging to Dr. Hyde. "Is cyanide of potasium used inter- nally in quantities of one grain for cases of acute rheumatism cleaning silver and dropping into the eye etc?" asked Mr. Walsh. "It is." replied Brecklein. Mr. Walsh attempted' to show that cyanide was put to many more common uses. Mr. Brecklein said he had sold poison so few times that he could only refer the attorney to what the books said. Yobrs Swope Testifies. Thomas H. Swope jr. then told of finding capsules which Dr. Hyde had thrown away on the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

"Save The Babies" Hot sultry summer is coming with its awful infant mortality. "Save the Babies" is the battle cry in El Paso at the present time in the struggle to save the delicate little lives of El Paso's future men and women. Pure wholesome milk equally pure ice and careful nursing will save the little ones dur- i ing the coming summer. As important as the campaign for pure milk and pure ice for the little folks is the crusade for pure foods for the grownups. Diet has everything to do with health in hot weather and in this crusade we lead with the only sanitary market in the southwest where it is possible to have perfect sanitary condi- tions prevailing constantly a refrigeration plant to keep the meats cool and fresh hermetically sealed refrigerator cases to exclude the dust and germs and make our market the home of pure food. Yet in spite of these sanitary conditions our meats cost no more than the unprotected kinds. Choice cuts from corn fed cattle only is offered to our pat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

News Of the Great Southwest April 28 1910. News Of the Great Southwest Thursday 3 K jb ggg aNHfcv m m Mm W sk m HBj 4Lk HI Hb Jhl HUH HH Es wnH SB 9 W g H - K hb feiyji jsgOs he ' KB iHMHHBHlilBH "KhBP HHBHHHHHVI MB iMany Cattle Are Shipped. Mayor to Move Aar. Alfalfa Being Cut. ONLY Friday Saturday day i Wiii Put on 450 Suits Not odds and ends Eot or Job s This Season's Most Up-to-Da CLOTHI The kind of goods I self the kind everybody in Ei Paso tasks about nf the kind "just as good" as BERG'S SUITS. Jus! think 50 Suits to select from X IhIi! 2 riivC Cheaper than pu can get them anywhere else. I have put them in four Sots: Lot A Si2J0!Lof BSfS.SO Lot G Sf 8.50 Lot D $20.00 There Will Be Seme Howling Extra Specials for Saturday 20 doz Canton Straw Mais $5.25 Worth $200 m&m n The greatest of operatic scenes sung by the world's greatest artists. The sensuous beauty of Gounod's music has held countless millions in rapt attention during- the fifty years since its first production. An...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

EL JA SO HERALD April 28 191- News Of the Great Southwest -News Of tlie Greai: Southwest Thursday IaSTeu.vi JLjL Paso Bank & Trust Co. 319 San Antonio St. Solicits Your Patronage Camtal Stock $100000 it. M. TURNER Pres. F P. JONES V-Pres A. F. KERR Cashier LEER. CREWS AssL Cash'r. make a valuable addition to the pitch- ing staff. Vith a string of six slab artists the locals loom up strong in that de- partment but are weak behind the bat. Volbrecht. the big first sacker. is laid up temporarily with a badly- split finger. Parks will play left field rather than Samuel. ' 'r' ' B I J B i I i I n i. E i nl 1 1 LI L n U uLyitll ylHuusl bl Lilu ii pi irTfiw iiii Mfinnn 4 Exchange Q-ames on Satur- day and Sunday Teams Strong Dope From Both Camps. t Clifton Ariz.. April 28. The Clifton Baseball association has completed all arrangements for the opening of the Cactus league season hero Saturday afternoon. Additional funds have been subscribed to support the team until It gets under way an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

E!L PASO HERALD 'A1 2S-19ia The Herald's Sporting News The Herald's Sporting News Thursday A REAL MILLINERY SALE. Millin Sale Many New Surprises At This Bis ery THE ladies who have not visited this store during our millin- ery sale arc missing some mighty good values and should see the stylish exceedingly clever and handsome tailored trimmed and pattern hats that have just arrived. TT 7E have also received a large shipment of trimmin of every description embracing the very newest things which are also being sold at a discount. rT"HIS sale will not continue many days longer and it is to your advantage to come tomorrow and each day thereafter. If you -have visited this sale you will find many new and inter- esting tilings each day t'hat 'have never before been shown. This Stock Must Be Reduced .flan f Arnold ford fr A Arnold Strelitz pxoa 110 Mesa Ave. Big League Baseball Wednesday's Results XATIOXAL LEAGUE. At Boston. R. H E. Brooklyn 1 4- 2 Boston 5 6 2 Batteries: Brooklyn Scanion a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

6 Thursday April EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1SS1. The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption and succession The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Stir. The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postofflce 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. I Business Office ........ Editorial Rooms Society Reporter HERALD TELEPHONES. t Advertising aepartniem. nnrc T7 Cf'WCrpiPTinV. M?h?Dai& HfraST delive'reaebctrrieVS in W IEasT El Paso. Fort Bliss and TowneT Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A SubsSSS- desiring the address on his paper changed will pleas state In his communication both the old and the new address. COMPLAINTS. V Subscribers failing to get The Herald promptly should call at the o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

S !L paso heral: Thursday April 28 1910. T COUNCIL D01INC NEW FRANCHISE. (Continued From Page One.; 4-Vt.n. a.av wimTYTriV TiTlCi SlicLli icucnc lilT ttutwi v"rf - no pay. "Where They Disagree. j "Sixth is the section ire cannot agre upon." j This section follows. ow.Mn r Th -tracer rates for wa- I thf cJilnan ?TSSdSi 3 5 time so' that the International Water companv. its successors and assigns shall receive at least 6 percent P " num. and no -more u"" "- . ... .. .-fi- jrrlijlTieeS value or us PaDl- ""l' ZZnttkA to rorrv nnnnauucot appurtenances auu iw.t tne suppiyng i . - - -r -r i -t.i-.t-oTitc and consumers M x-u iu ""-""" f t tIme man. R. E. McBride. Geo. "W. Frenger reduced " y ret fueled K I d L C. O'Hara. President Galles be- he reduced rate shall not be sufficient j ing absent vice president Sims pre- to produce the return aforesaid but in sided. no event shall the rate ever be above Secretary Coleman reported that He tuit n-iPi in section two hereof. If ! had received 1200...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

It PASO HERAtD n If a Delightful and Povjerful Story Appeals to You Don't Miss I HP LJ O REA 1 T EGREE The Lawless Power of The Police tfTT This story tells .how the police of a great city exercise their powers to extort jJ confessions from innocent prisoners. It shows how greed for promotion and notoriety lead to brutal officers convicting innocent men on perjured testimony. i 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. r Society m icnes. Intrigue T The story deals with the son of a rich man the father having married a JJ 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 citythe "exclusive9' society and tells how lawyers are tempted to allow justice to miscarry in fear of offending monied client...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

L PASO HERALD Wednesday April 27 1910. Says They Have Attempted i to Shirk Eesponsibllity! And Make It Appear That City Was Negligent Ses- sion of Council. Aside from the discussion and action on the water rates the ciby council transacted hut iittle business today. The j bissioii was It'te m opening owing to The fact that the mayor was y con-" j lerring with representatives of the water company over the increase in rates. r . 0 v -.Tnt-p The .mayor took a ran at the county nimssioners on the pauper question ihe session ol t4ie council opened at 10:25 and city cierx Mcuiee deived into . the mysteries of 92 pages of minutes. omiitiug the mayor's message which cov- ered 30 pages. Alaj-or Sweeney then stated that he had a bill irom J. 1. OKourke lor work done last September tiie work having ! lot a remedial measure but a prevent- ! aU j? the sccretary'of the interior to- o! in 20 He then stated that ' v nn ThP tiecranhers on that road ' "ay the necessities ot t'he.LnsJe dam lr- ;c nr-n...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

EX PASO HERALD 8 Thursday April 28 1910. FOR SALIL-itEAL ESTATE. DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU That the very thing you desire most might be what the other party is glad to get rid of ? The "Wanted to Buy" column is watched care- fully by those having things to sell. CHOICE VALLEY L.VND BARGAIN. 5 DOUBL 40 acres 30 miles north of El Paso 1 miles south of La Mesa. (La Mesa is a town of about 500 inhahit-onti f-with good school churches etc) 20 ALL RIGHT- acres in aitaira. 400 bearing grape vines a few peach apple and qulnca trees in bearing sufficient for family use balance in wheat C room house on a good ditch annual cost of water 75c per acre signed up under the Ele- phant Butte dam. land adjoining with no better improvements has sold for $100 per acre. Prfce $70 per acre; good terms. R. C. BAILEY 306 Mesa (Orndorff Hotel Building). Bell Phone 2068; Auto. 2217. UNClE fUU BE &ACK IN FIVE. MlNUTE)-DON'T UNCLE ILL TAKE. CR"E. OP VOUR VALISE. AMD ISETPHE-w; SPEAK TO STRANGERS W-. I VALUA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday April 28 1910. 11 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. 8 ROOJI HOUSE WALKING DIS- TANCE. The greatest bargain of the year is this 8 room modern home at the p. ice of 5 room cottages miles farther out. Has full daylight basement under en- tire house with stairs inside leading to kitchen. First floor has a den panor dining room kitchen pantry. itcnen closet reception hall screened in Dae porch and spacious front Prc";nn 3 stairs has 4 bedrooms bath room. large closets and hall. ackra au fenced has woodshed and sidewaiK front. Built of cream colored u with roof orojecting out 1XX. the around. Only 10 minutes v"in one postoSice. Streets paved to within on block. House will be nls"rtfore that 3 weeks and must be d before date. Price only ?iS00: terms easy splendid place for the money. H. L. Howell 213 Herald Building. 2 HOUSES AND 60X3 This is south front f&es. ground enough for -or Houses Near car line in Go0g$gXompeVle& 7UsirlTn -SSS for $3650. Worth much more. H. L. H...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 April 1910

12 News Of the Great Southwest 0 HERALD News Of the Great Southwest Thursday April 28 1910. Raisin Day April 30th A few of the many ways in which Raisins can be prepared and served as a part of the daily menu. A delicious nourishing food. Cheaper and more healthful than meirts or any of the prepared foods. OUB ASSORTMENT Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisins 1 lb. package 121-2c Layer Stem Raisins fancy per lb- 20c Layer Stem Raisins extra fancy per lb. ..." 25c Extra Fine Cluster Raisins in 1-2 lb. boxes 12 1-2c Extra Fine Cluster Raisins in 1 lb. boxes 25c Imported Sultana Raisins 1 lb. package 25c California Sultana "Raisins loose 3 lbs. for . 25c Telej)hone and" Power Coni- 3any Want Permits. Wolves Doing Dam- age jSTews Xotes. Aids Nature EXTRA FINE RAISIN BREAD Baked expressly for us loaf ... .......... 15 c RAISINS WITH KUTS Scientific analysis shows that raisins eaten wibh nuts constitute a perfect health food supplying every element 'that is required for nour- ishing the system enrich...

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