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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

EI Paso Texas Friday Evening April 29.1910 - - - 12 Pages All the News raid Prints It First While It's Fresh. JQLasMf mBLatsm mtUmmam rmm iffftmji VbT AailaijBiknBB bBm jp MM mmbmV1mIV Mm Tri-State Company Acquires the Plants in Douglas and Bisbee and Will Connect Them With El Paso by- Copper Wire The Wire Arrives for Connect- ing Alamogordo Exchange With El Paso. Douglas and BIsbee will be connected with El Pato by heavy copper toll telephone lineN. The Tri-State Telephone and Telegraph company has taken over tho telephone exchanges and plants In Douglas and BIsbee formerly owned by the Douglas Improvement etinipany and the Bisbee Improvement company respectively and will string heavy coyper lines out ol l.l P.-ij-o at once. The deal for the acquisition of the Arizona exchanges has been pending for the past month but was not closed until Friday and general manager jlorrls and auditor Bellara will leave for Douglas and Bisbee to take oer the properties which haie been required by th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

K r I Beautiful Parasols i i 69c It seems -that this season we are shOTving more beautiful Parasols than any previous summer ever produced. In addition to the new ChaiiticJer styles -we are no-w showing the new "Suit Case' Parasols. These will fold up and go in your ironic or suitcase. EXTRA SPECIAL As a Big Saturday Bargain ove offer White Linene Parasols splendidly made in a wide variety o Handles -wortih regularly $1.00 as an extra Saturday Special at Silk Hose $1.00 Neckwear at 39c One of the biggest Saturday Specials is Neckwear. Every new style of the season is included. Values range reg- ularly to 75c; tomorrow at 39c Announcement We announce the arrival in the Waist Section of the new Dutch and Low Xeck Waists in 3-4 length sleeves. See these tomorrow. Causes Debility Here Are Facts Backed Up By a Strong Guarantee. Catarrh causes debility. In our opin- ion most people suffering1 from general debility have catarrh. Such cases of debility cannot be completely cured by medicine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

EL FASO Friday April 29 1910. 3 A big bowl of aturday Last Saturday's crowds proved to us the people of El Paso realize the values to be found here. Spring is here "Young Spring Lamb and Green Peas" did voti say? "We -will have the first young spring lamb of the season. 172C 15c Prime Rib Roast '-oiled per lb Prime Rib Roast standing per lb. . . Home dressed Hens reg. price 25c per lb. Saturday only per lb Top shoulder Steak per lb Chuck Roast and Steak 3 lbs. for 10c 25c lie EXTRA SPECIAL TTe will sell by "Piece only" Morrell's Fancy Family Bacon per lb OUR FRUIT AND VEGETABLE LEADERS Green Chili -large and g small cer lb IOC MIRK FT Xew Potatoes per fb Fresh Green Spinach per lb Queen Olives per pt Iince Meat 3 lbs. for String Beans per lb c .. 5c 25c oc c Red Radishes two 'handles for Irish Potatoes) 15 lbs. for Asparagus per bunch Wax Beans per lb c 25c c c Extra large shipment of Strawberries per box. .10c Strictly fresh Ranch Eggs 2 doz. for 45c Our Creamery Butter "Sunny Side...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

The Herald's Sporting News EL PASO HERALD Va 29 1910. The Herald's Sporting News Friday i y HHHHHHH3HiHiHHEKBH9HE5BSIflE99EHHEB19 I Is Int erest of Interest to You ? INTEREST is one of the most potent earning factors in the world today. Every financial institution corporation company and mon- eyed individual recognizes in interest an all important subject for daily consideration. WALL STREET'S rates of interest are cabled to every nook and cranny of the civilized world. The fraction of pne per centchange in the rate records fortunes. GOULD SAGE VANDERBILT AND OTHERS have made and are making today fortunes in interest. INTEREST is the very life blood of every bank in the world; with- out it no bank can live. This hank lives on interest Every dol- lar we loan out returns us just so much interest. The more mon- ey we can obtain from depositors and loan out to borrowers the greater our success. In a local institution such as ours the volume of business is of as much importance as the ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

The Herald's Sporting News T7HT 13 A CO TTTPT ATTI APni 29 1910 The Herald s Sporting News Friday J .A $. J JL -C--k ?r Ml j.j.....t.. " X Telephone Us For 1 & 1 I & 59 jug Your Groc 6 lbs. $Tew Potatoes for - Evaporated: Cherries per pkg - Evaporated Apples 2 pkgs. for Seeded Kaisins 2pkgs. for .V. s 3 lbs. Bulk Raisins for . s 4 cans Baltimore Tomatoes . for '' 24 lbs. Silver Goin Flour for Special Blend lee Teas per lb. 50c 60c and '. Blue Ribbon Coffee per lb Barrington Hall Steel Cut Coffee per lb Jello all flavors per pkg W - . 11 1 ft m ' jm j&mh lv.AiI 9&3iiari At I o M$m sags Hr-4 Jciiidif vaucuu v. mam Ik&m&vjv y &WmWS'yAm J aMJMMyMCTlIIMRr ir k-I ; ;'A r ev v: ; ; i k.o i". . x csw-; -t : ". 4k xv TEXLVS L.EL3LGUE. I At Galveston. R- H. E. Dallas ". 0 3 1 GaUestou . 4 ? 2 Batteries: Dallas Hirsh Njnd On slow; Galveston Hindickson and Stringer At Houston- ' K- H. E. Shrevenort 3 Houston . . 5 10 4 Batteries: Shreveport. Bareiikamp and Henninger;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

c Friday April 29 1910. EDITORIAL A MAGAZINE PAGE EL PASO HERALD Established April 18SL The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Daily 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 AMER. XEWSP. 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. u NCLE WALT'S Denatured Poem How About the Consumer? HE people of this city are to be asked to pay 75 percent more for water than they have ever paid in recent years. The majority of water con- sumers pay the "minimum rate" which heretofore has been 90 cents and is proposed at $1.25; on the face of it this seems to be less than a 50 percent increase for the man who now pays $10.80 a year will pay $15 a year under the new rate but as a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

EL PASO 'HERALD April 29 1910. News Of the Great Southwest 7 Fridav aai ews Of the Great Southwest ee. pi nor niMin rnDiisiDiiir pnnnQirrre I liil HP Will " niMRfl nFIUIIIYn Saturday -.jC 1 IN curaay II GREAM I I Made from Grapes gjj I Makes the food of 1 superior healthfulness fe I and finest quality W&0&BffL Officials Who Visit Pro- posed Site Favor $40000 Modem Structure. Globe Ariz April 29. A committee composed of county superintendent of school? TV. O. Kelner city school su- perintendent F. D. Smith and schooi trustee F. L. Gates accompanied by arhciiect J. H. Holmes and contractor S. George Simms who visited the site of the central school expressed them selves as being in favor of constructing Duplicates Bids for Laudj Cause Second Sale Good Rains Pall News Notes. Alpine Tex. rVpril 29. The commlt- have tees for the celebration on May arranged the program which comprises a freeforall race with purses of $50 and ?25 a baseball game Alpine and Sanderson and a minstre! s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

EL PASO HE Friday April 29 1910. For Saturday Gni I Trimmed Hats at HALF Price J MlliUii DnH '- n ai shop I 4TOSto . 112 Texas Street I I VrSifV CLiFII If f LjiOLd I 9 Pn i in 1 1 iff IT nf Tfini iff 7T rr l WASi B I X 4? f T i a J B I 'wm m jFirKariCTin t .nrii(r. tar aaa xsu asfc t v r w& a-.- '' n I I ! Mayor of New York Addresses the Publishers of America and Pleads for Honesy in the Handling of News and the Curbing of Such Disgraceful Journals as Is Represented in the Hearst Syndi cate of Newspapers. Hat Shop Millinery Is in a class by itself. Harmony in colors beautiful in lines careful in individual style requirements. All details ore met in our beautiful showing of high class millinery frhere art skill jtaste and fashion combiue; at moderate prices. THE HAT SHOP 112 Texas Street New York April 29. The Joint din- ger of the Associated Press and the American Newspaper Publishers asso- ciation was thrown into riotous and prolonged disorder last night when Thomas T. Williams...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

Friday April 29 1910. W I 9 I Lb Cottolene Is Not a Substitute for Anything No animal product such as hog lard ever has afforded or ever can afford a satis- faction to compare with Cottolene.. It is far superior to lard because it contains no hog fat and its purity is unquestioned. It is more economical than butter for shortening and frying because being richer one-third less is required. Cottolene is made from cottonseed oil a fluid extracted from the seed of purest cotton. From Cottonfield to Kitchen human hands never touch the oil from which Cottolene is made. Piesx doughnuts and cakes cooked with t Cottolene can be fearlessly enjoyed by the most determined dyspeptic tor Cottolene mates rood digestible as wen as paiataoie. There is no substitute for Cottolene because there is no shorten- ing as good as Cottolene. It is pure clean neutral in taste and flavor and absolutely the purest and most healthful frying and shortening medium. Your grocer is hereby authorized to refund your m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 3?riday April 29 1910. FOR SALE HEAL 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 LAND BARGAIN. 40 acres 30 miles north of El Paso 1 miles south of La Me3a. (La Mesa is a town of about 500 Inhabitants with good school churches etc.) 20 acres in alfalfa. 400 bearing grape vines a few peach apple and quince trees in bearing sufficient for family use balance in wheat 3 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. Price $70 per acre; good terms. R. C. BAILEY. 30S Mf.sa (Orndorff Hotel Building). Bell Phone 2068; Auto. 2217. TTHllsFlT WE WHAT I WANT TO BETTER CoM- DO IS DIG A DITCH -MENCE HERE THAT WILL DRAIN MY LAWN! WE COULDN'T HAVE JAKE! YES WE'LL COM- NjlENCE HERj P...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

EBALD Friday April 29 1910. 11 FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE. 8 ROG3I HOUSE WALKKG DIS- TANCE. The greatest bargain of the year is ILis 8 room modern home at the price or 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. parior. dining room kitchen pantry. .ccnen closet reception hall screened in dock porch and spacious front Prcn; "p3 &ta.rs has 4 bedrooms bath room - . . . i ii wnck vara an fenced has woodshed and sidewalk in fruat. Built of cream colored brick. witn roof projecting ouu around. Only 10 minutes walk fo tt postoSCice. Streets paved to y1"" block. House will be finished in atoou 3 weeks and must be wJdbeiory i ... i-r iisnn- terms casy. fcplendid place for the monej. H. L. Howell 213 Herald Building. 2 HOUSES AN C LOTS COR This :s south nt property ground enoygh.for 3 or 4ore hou Near car line. 00f jslltompelled 2!1S wfn saSd. for .3650. Worth much more. H. L. HOWELL. 213 Herald...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Friday April 29 1910. Raisin Day April 30tb 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 meats or any of the prepared foods. . OUR ASSORTMENT Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisins 1 lb. package t 121-2c Iayer Stem Raisins fancy per lb- 20c Layer Stem Raisins extra fancy per lb 25c Extra Fine Cluster Raisins in 1-2 lb. boxes ..' 121-2c Extra Fine Cluster Raisins in 1 lb. boxes 25c Imported Sultana Raisins 1 lb. package 25r California Sultana Raisins loose 3 lbs. fcr 25c " i iTCH IN THE cmr IK FOR CQft J CRUSHED TO DEATH BY FALLING- WALL (Continued From Pasje One.) EXTRA FINE RAISIN BREAD Baked expressly for us loaf ... 15c RAISUfS WITH NUTS Scientific analysis shows that raisins eaten with nuts constitute a perfect health food supplying every element that is required for nour- ishing the system enriching fehe blood and invigorating the digestive organs. HOME MADE RAI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

ALD El Paso Texas Saturday Evening April 3Gr 1910 --- 32 Pages All the News Herald Prints It First Wklle It' Fresh. HELP PILE UP Eepresentative Chas. A. Wliite Declares That He. Re- ceived $1000 for Voting for the Man That Illinois Sent to United States Senate Another Legis- lator Says White Is Not All That Is Honor- able So There You Are. Chicago. III.. April 30. According to a copyrigntea story printea m im 'mnntno-'s Trihi.no thnr nAwsiinnpr has in its possession the sworn statement of Charles A. White member of the lower house of the Illinois legislature from the 49th district charging that "William Lorimer was elected to the United States senate last May by bribery and corruption. White who is a Democrat in his statement says that he received ?1000 for voting tor Lorimer. This money he alleges was paid him by Lee O'Xeili Browne Democratic leader in the last also says he received $900 from the "jackpot" a term applied to an alleged general corruption fund dis- tributed at the cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

"f r - y 200 dresses- lingerie and -"general txlra special ;rr Se?iSg:S blue and are prettily trimmed 'with lace. The "utility ' dresses are made of linen jumper and one-piece styles in "white lavender iblue pink and Something' comfortable to "wear around the house is a summer ne- cessity. Monday we place on sale 250 House Dresses. They are made of ginghams madras and linenes and come in a -wide variety of pretty styles and colorings. Prices range regu- larly up to S7.50. Offered during Summer Sale of $A QI Ready-to-Wear choice Pt:0 other shades. Regular prices $5.00 and up. & i Extra Special next week : . - && pedal r ' - 'iiit: ?. ;iJi&j - i; . .T 7 : 1 5 sSgg ' -ar- v . t j Su mmer Sale of Ready- to- Wear Exclusive Styles at Ordinary Prices Being an exclusive ready-to-wear store we are able te give customers unusual values at regular prices. When we decide to reduce stock as is the case at present the values you obtain here cannot possibly be duplicated elsewhere....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

Saturday April 30 1910. Jmo Progress Forces the Addition of More Selling Space and Sacrifice Prices Rule that We May Pre- pare the Way for the Builders tHALB i i 1: to -tea- IS.UUf I '' iEsaasg J ir MFy- IT i3 I r" 1 .W'!KgSEi5aS1 all -6L'.f '.R a IRJI I I I ? ! IT ii I mm- t 1 fevW f ioBf Vu1 - g- 1 tfVw?7 - nrrTjji U- "A. r-. JArsm '.: inls$Jlis38 111 I III II OR a long time this store has been like a boy grown too or for hV clothes. J Stocks have been crying ior more room and now the time lias come ior ex- pansion. In order to lessen the task of movinsr and to -prevent damaere by dust and dirt we anticipate the arrival of lie builders with a sale of gigantic propor- tions. Every one who has had carpenters and other workmen around knows how much damage they can (lo and we prefer to give our customers fresh clean stocks now at reduced prices rather than to offer them soiled and damaged goods later on. All over the store is strong evidence of the thorough manner in which prices have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

Saturday April 30 1910. JLLi lm i -f5 I extra special Jixtra opeciairso. 1 NA J f i JK': i EXTRA SPECIAL NO. '4. 4711 White Roe Gtycer- t ine Soap 2 bars for t EXTRA SPECIAL wo. 5. Plain. White Tourist Ruching 6 y?rds to a box regular price 25e a k. Anniversary Extra Special No. 5. two "boxes 9Q for cia3'L EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 6. Light "n eight all ivool French Chal- lie. dainty patterns light and dark colors worth 50e per jard. 'Anni- versarv Extra Special 7 0r Xo. 6 4LsC 75c Silks 29c i Shangtai and Seco Silks Jaeqnards and Silk Tissues 27 inches wi de. Col- or range embraces Maise reseda ca- tawba wisteria old rose tan raisin lilac Copenhagen blue taupe piiik light and navj blue emerald raisin golden brown peach lavender mul- berry scarlet. Delft blue black and white. Regular 75c Silks; Anniver- sary Ext)a Special No. 1 JQ a yard &dsC Summer Silks and Dress Goods $1.50 DRESS SILKS 79c. FancA Dress Silks worth to $1.50 a yard Tn stripes checks dots plaids and ot!ir patterns in a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

Saturday April 30 1910. HERALD -the whole month of May These Anniversary Sales are celeb lotions 'our appreciation for the splendid support given us the other eleven it of the big bargains offered the Calisher Anniversary Sales are other step forward." ion hundreds of other good values are offered such as can be ob- t Oar 29th Anniversary Sale. Come 1 EXTRA SPECIAL NO. 10. Packer's Tar Soap very special. Two cakes 5?r EXTRA SPECIAL HO. 11. ToJet Paper the 5c size. 8 rolls to a customer no 'telephone orders- Anniversary Extra cA 3 rolls aJ EXTRA SPECIAL .NO. 12. All 5Cc rW " eilins. in black white and colors will be on sale Moisdav as an Anniversary .bx- tra Special per yard 29c Extra! Extra! TUESDAY MORNING 8 TO 9 Apron Gingham 3c Yd. There are so many extra specials for Monday we have decided to give this one for Tuesday. These are standard Apron Ginghams in bine and white and brown and white checks. Yon will find them on sale in the Calisher Bargain Basement. Eegular price is 8 l-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Saturday April 30 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April 18S1. The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption &o succession. The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. ME3IBER ASSOCIATED TRESS AND A3IER. XEW3P. 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. Bell. C Business Office - H5 J Editorial Rooms 2020 J Society Reporter 1019 Advertising- department H RERAL3 TELEPHONES. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dallv Herald per month. 60c; per year ?7. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Dally 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 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

L PASO HERALD Saturday April 30 1910. I! H& 6flJ 8 SiJBJftQ SgWvC- toil I m y r $40.00 ! i rOtSffl has suddenly burst into popularity again.. If3Sy$ promises to be the favorite color. We have added a number of sea- sonable LIGHT WEIGHT BromLs in the most attractive and modish shades. The Rxzsseit 'BroZ&ns We give our customers thepad- vantage of-buying now stylish shades which others will but be- I gin to show nest fall. Susset Brown is a. rich mellow shade' unlike ordinary browns which are lusterless without life. Suits Made to Order. $2$.Q0 to v. ARRYWAIH ATTERK WHiRTMAKEfl iojSasslAnjpnio St.' STYLE 4ST V.AIIS. TO MEASURE fSVT EXPERT SAYS SWOPE DIED OF POISONING arsaparilla Cyanide of Potasimn flight Have Produced Death Described- Kansas City Mo. April 30. Dr. Lud- wig Hectoen one of the experts who ex- amined the organs of Col. Swope took Zr. gSStiSVZ of the blood and the complete j tion intended .to elicit the probable . renovation of the whole SVS- j cause of the death...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD s Saturday April 30 1910. Holm i ! at to Hunt a New Home i 1 EE m 'pedal Notice - - . . I ! I es Has G Pig c i s i! Ul i -fc i i t t For 50 Days. Holmes' Dyeing and Cleaning Works will make the following reduction in cleaning : Two-piece or summer suits old price $1.75; new price $1.50 3-piece suits old price $2.00; new price . . . .... $1.75 Fancy vest old price 35c; new pjice . 25c Trousers old price 75c; new price 50c Suits sponged and pressed old price $1; new price . . 75c 4 suits sponged and pressed monthly rate . . . . . $2.00 Panama and Other Hats Cleaned and Blocked CAN YOU BEAT IT ? Also Remember "No Place Like Holmes" Dyeing and Cleaning Works Both Phones. Work Galled for and Delivered n ... jij i Si SS9 TEBS OF :RSNG" TICKET 0 LOSE FEfiST IN OPE ft lIUUuL (Continued Prom Page One.) the mayor and city council In legal fice of city electrician; J. W. Leighton matters; Van C- Wilson brotherinlaw deputy city assessor; Bob Holiday who of Adrian Pool; Park Pitma...

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