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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

s-tj-o. cr.-r J EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 30 1910. 29 OUDCHOFT Winners of the Inter-Class Field Day Exer El Paso Enthusiasts Hope to Have One Laid Out There. cises. N. i H f? i if ie annual interclass field meet of El Paso High school -was held at i tne school grounds last Friday after- j noon April 22. The class -whose mem- bers collectively scored the highest naiiber of points was awarded a hand- Mine silver loving cup. The dinners of The up this year are the sophomores or the second year class of the high i srbool ho scored 58 points out of a possible 9?. The class ranking next Ta the seniors scoring 35 points. The juniors scored five points and the fresh- j men one. John Loretz of the sophomores scored' 2ft points being awarded a high school Jersey. Henrj- Grady of the seniors came l.HLt. -with 19 uoints. the prize being a Muvmr edition of the Hifeh School Tattler." "Wayne Chenoweth -was third b 13 points the prize being a year's subscription to the Physical Culture Magazine...

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

r rJ Apni 30. 1910. The Herald s porting News ie Herald s Sporting News Saturdav soda. Wrestlers have come and gone j disgusted with prospects. Matched have been staged to no avail. j Tack of organization is the principal j reason. Other cities have athletic clubs j El Paso has none -practically nothing. Only basebaM lives. ;nd that not prop- rlv supported. Golf at the Country Sure ere club for the few ends the matter. Why ; it? Dispatches tell of the organization at Omaha of an athletic club. They are mlno- to build a clubhouse best of Omaha's business men behind the pro- j jevt. Nearly every cky of 50000 In . the north and east has some such or- ganization. True in many cases boxing forms the principal drawing card but j that does not injure auj-body. Proper j management makes boxing and wrest ling as harmless a: baseball. Sato-day EL PASQ MI Some Of the Best Of the Younger I-""""" JBME IIHIMHIMIMM II -- I GOTTER ( GO TUH THE VFUhfR'L ! C"N tar fc-H83 8flH f lill A- re-? IViniVIll...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

1 ; 4 . . V - EL PASO HERALD Sata-A3Q-im. ; fe .-v :-- jP $&' '-- '-' K''? "Sfli f W - 160 Little Ones Without Parents Are Used for Experi- menting to Determine What Effect Few Discoveries Will Have On Patients In Position to Protect Themselves Ero:n Such Treatment Chil- dren Are Made Very 111. ' Philadelphia Pa. April 30. As the result of investigations made in this civ i. has been sevealed that J60 chil- dren inmates of Blockley tht great Philadelphia hospital and of St. Tin- cent's Home for Orphan Children most- ly very young Infants and even babieG less than a year old iiave been used as human "material" for purposes of ex perimental research by physicians. jr the William Pepper laboratory of t& university of Pennsylvania- f After these experiments were con1 riuded it was announced by the phy- tiw tn-rt. jtrrhirssflf -Internal MpA- ' leine. published by the American Mefii cal ssociation. that the results were toicnas to render part of the practices unjustifiable in medic...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 May 1910

EL PASO LD Monday Mav 2 1910. 13 sv FOR SALE EEAX ESTATE. ROOM KOUSE WALKING CIS- ie grreatest bargain ot tne ett " this s room modern home ai i -- of 5 room cottages miles farther oui. Kas full dayhght basement under en- tire house with stairs inside leading xo kitchen. First floor has a den parior dining room kitchen pantry twnen closet reception hall screened In dm& porch and spacious front porch- "f stairs has 4 bedrooms bath ' n large closets and hall. Back yard au fenced has woodshed and sidewaiu ' front. Built of cream colored b ncK. with roof projecting out we . around. Only 10 minutes walk to . postoSice. Streets Pvcd to jUtmn block. -House will be finished m ao 3 weeksy and must be sold beI" A date. Price only 54S00; terms easy splendid place for the money. H. !. Hovrell 213 Herald Building. .... rTC?r.Tl fv i HOUSES AXD C LOTis u- --- This Is south front Prucl'r" ground enough for 3 or 4 more guse Near car llnl in good lo-lSffJ will rent for $30. Parties compellea to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 May 1910

?&! V 'rvte- " i . .AL3fter' HERALD tfcte A " 14 Monday. May 2 1910. . ow To California The Land Where the Cool Sea Breezes Blow Take a Rest From This High Dry Climate It Will Do You a World of Good v Sunset Route Offers the Following Round Trip Rates 1$" ??&" During the Month of MAY: Los Angeles - San Francisco J Four Summer Trip j' 7rwse$' ?j' . -sj j i rr - ";;r &K?M'iSis k; i v "b- ti s .s. i -?.vSS vsi-sy.'.f'-.s: r:vrsi:2?ut Kassi .-. ;svrrs -; fr3-5.r'f!43i1i!c !iiJT-5ri:KXA4;r 54"i!5SL-fi' lfeSB8gigfflggg CITY TICKET OFFICE- -ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. YOU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT FISH HUNT SAIL OR CAMP PLAY TENNIS GOLF BOWL DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA- TURE MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RES CRTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT THE HERALD OFFICE. ltfcs ' E A TIFlfe pI ls Requests tie people of tftis commiimtv to send "P EV-rirjtlplttit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 May 1910

r L PASO HERALD Monday May 2 1910. 15 inn usninrsf upc mO iinuLuun Und Wants to Supply City Water From Near Cemetery Gity to Furnish. Pipes. "Kid" Hadlock wants to furnish water to the citizens of E4 Paso at a rate of six cents per thousand gallons with a dally capacity of six million gallons the city to furnish the mains into which he will pump water from wells on his land just eas of Washington park and the two cemeteries. Mayor Rabinson -and the city council entertained Hadlock for nearly an hour Monday morning while he discussed his p-Ians submitted maps and declared he could deliier the goods. The mavor informed him that ha would haVe to furnish a' $200000 bond before the proposition could be con- sidered and until he does so nothing- will be done. For some t Se Hadlock has had these plans and enc -avored to get the ear ot mayor Sweene- and the council acting with him but S -eeney would have none of it not believi z in the feasibility or the plan. However the p. sent city counc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 May 1910

T?T ' 3 A QA TTTi :!. A T Jl 16 Monday May 2 1910. S0IS.a -- -i-F f -v-- C H is. a --- '- u h a w i rt r k y w h m in m j e j a v - n - r t itii . - " - d jfw '.cjf v?3-an fir - .inivniviuT i Mnrni-ieiB TOiicli sell regularly for 20c this week only 10c per can. STRAWBERRIES We have instructed our shippers to send us an extra good lot of berries this week. Place your or- ders in advance and you will he sure and get them. Only 10c Per Box DON'T TAKE A SPRING TONIC Eat Perndell Asparagus instead. It is one of. Na- ture's tonics. Each stalk of Ferndell Asparagus is white meltingly tender and luscious. It's easy to prepare. It's tempting and delicious. 40c Per Can CONFIDENCE When eating that your food is of highest wholesomeness that it has nothing in it that can injure or distress you makes the repast doubly comfortable and satisfactory. This su- preme confidence you will enjoy when you buy from this house whose goods are FAMOUS FOR QUALITY Phone 151. 210-212 Calumet & Sonora Mining...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

EI Paso Texas All the News Tuesday Eveniii Herald Prints It First re 6 May 3 1910 - - - 12 Pages This Is President Carpen- ter's Jesting Answer to "Citizens' " Candidates. Socorro Citizens Allege That a Recount Will Show a Different Result. Hi; :ff- 1 I H H . HT. I LI I " H M S3 J j efr jk w jp H b w fljfi I M m jt WHue it's brcsa. flMflKXiaMB sBtfBlnHH MiMBM mmu sM ii t -ii avanM MHaoi bb -w " i . ! " f "" " "" ' JUnniJI nllliULLLU lllAHfsLLl Ul MlUV Defence Is Dealt a iPIPIUirR? HND' El Paso Will Be in Hands of the Texas Men of Money Beginning Monday. BIG PROGRAM OF ENTERTAINMENT Expert Declares Milk and Meat Not Chief Dissemin- ators of White Plague. ONLYHUMANS SPREAD G-ERMS 1 o s 8 H 1 1 1 1 I o i s 1 111 1 XSI Lai I UP IU1U low In the Hyde Case WON'T DRAW FOR PLACES ON TICKET The privilege of having their names listed by lot -with the others upon one single ballot for the school election Saturday is denied the "Citizens' " can- didates by the school board. President Carpenter i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

v v r i T Fill a bottle or common glass riih urine and let it stand twenty-four hours-; a sediment or settling- usually in- dicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. Too frequent desire to urinate scanty supply pain or dull ache in the back should also convince you that the kidneys or bladder are out of order. What to Do. Therft 4a comfort in thp l-nnwlpflpp so often -expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot the great kidney liver and I bladder remedy fulfills almost every j wish in xelieving pain In the back kid- neys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects In- ability to hold urine and scalding pain fn passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and over- comes that unpleasant necessity of be- ing compelled to get up many times dur- ing the night to urinate. The naild pleasant and extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful results ta the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

v ews Of the Great Southwest EL PASO HERALD News Of the Great Southwest '3 Talking Abon Clothes that are as certain to wear as if you were an experienced weaver and manufacturer and had yourself superintended the milling of the fabrics and the making Clothes that cannot but impress young men- Do vou know where to locate them? We'll tell you But first do vou know that every yard of cloth used in the product of Globe Tailoring Co. is machine and hand tested that sturdiness vies with pattern and steadfast colors? Do you know that you cannot purchase gar- ments as strong and as good and as smartly stvled as these from any other manufacturer at prices the same as ours? Don't you want to see the sort of men's suits that we sell at from $18.00 to $50.00. SCOTT & THORNTON 215 San Antonio Street. A w ENGINEERS'' DRAUGHTSMEN'S mm PHOTOGRAPHERS' 9 INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES WfiVE Fred J. Feldman CoJj 308 San Antonio St. 9hH. SOUTHWESTERN" SALES AGENTS KEUFFEL & ESSER CO OF N. Y. ciTurp m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

- EL PASO HERALD & (t KID HADLQGK GIVES FACTS ABOUT HIS W Paid on Savings Accounts ' COMPOUNDED TWICE YEARLY We Wisfi to Call Your Attention to Our Home Safe Deposit Plan THE' PLAN ' ' . Start an account. A pass book is issued showing the deposit properlv entered to your credit. THE HOME SAVINGS SAFE Is loaned to you Take the Safe home witlj you and place in it your surplus money or small change. At your convenience bring the little safe to the bank where the con- tents will be removed and placed to your credit and draw interest. Do-you realize that for the LACK of a little READY CASH OR CREDIT at the bank the opportunity of your life may pass you by1? NOW if ever is the time for you to commence to save up for your opportunity. One year from to- day the investment of a hundred or two dollars may put you into business that will net you thous- ands who knows? IS f Start That Savings Get one of our little banks and make up your mind that you will have at least ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

The Herald's Sporting News EL The Herald's Sporting News Tuesday RO HERALD 3.1910. JOHNSON SA YS CALL OFF THE BETTING Chicago III. 3Iay 3. Jack JoknKon wired a friend here last night telling Mm not to bet any money on the comias fight until advised farther. The telegram also stated that the death of Tommy McCarthy had given tho church people ammunition for their struggle against the hi; JEFFRIES GINGERS UP FOR THE FIGHT The Big Fellow Is Glad His Brother Will Join Him Shortly. Ben Lomond Cal. May 3. Jeffries and ginger mixed so well yesterday that the big fellow crammed a full j day's work In the morning hours. Be- sides his regular apparatus routine he chased Bob Armstrong around the ring. Afternoon Jeff took to the wilds while Billy Papke and Joe Choynski mixed it. Jeff says that If he felt better he wouldn't know what to do. He is pleased to hear that his brother j Jack will join him later in the week. Jeff Confidant. "I'm going to lick Johnson sure at rate I'm going. I'll enter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE i Tuesday Mav 3 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1SS1. 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. MEKBEU ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. XEW5P. PUBLISHERS' ASSOO. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Hates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- - plon and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. HERALD TELEPHONES. f Business Office J Editorial Rooms Society Reporter V. Advertising department BelL . 115 .2020 .1019 . US Auto. Ills 2020 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dallv Herald per mouth. GOc. per year. 7. Weekly Herald per .--The Daily Herald Is delivered bv carriers in El Paso. East EI Paso. Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at CO cents amontt. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed Will pleas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

(fffyjS) Fifty Fears uffl HBre the Standard ill lll'I'NII V 1 Iff ar B BM mm bS J 111 CREAM mi lgk Its use a protection and a Mm ImlraK guarantee against alum if Hi ei nnniirnntir htm ! npnmntpsp st is 1 ! Hi I Plf y 1 -e i hLDU(JlfLnyiJL d i ILL rbuiiuiiio ni THE ELErnfili bill It llriM rnilJLul Hopes in Mass Meeting on the 11th to Seal a Hard Blow. Ex-G-overnor Hagerman Says He Thinks The People Are Hasty and Defends the Project Wonders " Why People Have Changed Front. Albuquerque is in real earnest in its j Ighi on the Elephane Butte dam or at least on the reclamation sen-ice stand against any reclamation projects at present above the dam and an effort is being made to get a bis attendance for the New Mexico mass meeting- called for Maj 11 to register a protest to the government- The Albuquerque Journal declares in this respect: t "There appcsrs to be entire unani- mity among the members of the Com- mercial club that something should be clone at once to safeguard the interests of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

D May 3 1910. The Heralcfs Sporting News One man In every five has varicocele- Is it strange if you are af- flicted -Rrlth this blighting; disease? "Very fetv men realize the danger In varicocele until it has sapped their strength and left them physical and mental -wrecks to live a life of loneliness and despair. In many in- stances Its victims finish their ca- reers in the Insane asylum. If you have varicocele you can save yourself much future suffering and humiliation by curing It now. There's onlv nna wa-ir n Ar V.;. JH remove the fiOTurpsHnn nf 'hlnr;i !. .kh'e swollen veins. The surgeons' r.' ourv. uut not saie. mood poison. Jsne danger of that meth- uu 3.nu. in;&iuej 11 win reauce you to just part of a man. The best way Is to help nature cure. Ajax does that "by driving out me stagnant nma and strengthen- ing the veins and arteries. Ajax Is an electric body battery which pumps a steady glowing cur- rent of electric life direct to the ailing part. By the use of the spec- la...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

I 5 WT rzmwm pas 50 HERALD L1 : 2 - - HOW ILL MMES APPEAR ON II -SCHOOLTIGKET y "Citizens' " Candidates Ask thatThev Be Printed Alphabetically? (Continued from Page One.) tion of school trustees to be held May j 7 1910 will state that after investigat- ing the question thoroughly have to advise that the school board not being a politcal organization does not con- sider that it can take any action which will show a tendency in that direction. If you will submit your list of candi- dates in the order in which you wish them placed also giving the name of your ticket we will ee that the offi- cial ballots are printed in a manner which will be intelligent to the voters of El Paso and fair to the candidates. The expense of this election includ- ing the printing of the ballots will be paid out of the school funds. It will thereforenot be necessary to make an nssessment against any of th candi- dates. Yours very truly H. A. Carpenter President of Board. John H. Harper Secretary of the Board...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

mfWJ f T C TT Lrv.HL . EL PASO HERiSLLD5!1..0 Z. th f X . t H " T " rf""" nwnv ii urn .t I BUY NOW ! mss .A uA6k rvuic r"vif: SI Hal BE Bal B IB ! S wa?aJ r&HER-1 have a 96 ggUr . liJkim I s&fiiafl JaKkXtfo J05 FOR YOU? )M TM. li If 11 li g iiiwHr I riCTAKE TOLD THE cook HIS SALARY FIFTY CcNK A MONTH HE'D QUIT' ) EP COPlfSIGHT. ma. . r Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. LOST Belt pin made from Mexican coins with eagle in center. Reward if returned to 1400 San Antonio. LOST Pair eyeglasses Sunday morn- ing between 1216 E. Boulevard and - J&& r1 fim M M' C-21i3aZXVtBitt S - " . d?Z'lf-'M' HHUb ! t. ii III I i Mli M I i &i 7 & v ssgsairaHaragBBKaB jl. J) rv warn mmmgmmmmm ?jh J? MS? f iHHBl J . -7 ' -i LE. .. rf ES "TL'-&Sasfteft JTErelH&BnEt L i 5 lMlr . 9gHSHHt I l -w-a ... -fA fjqway firaSSS i4. A r bfib I jUJr imi bbm ft t ic .1 : mm F ; c- A- 1 -JJ& KisL BBrBV .bVbVbbVbW A m. v Jm bbI v hi bbbP .i i k y &JBI 5S R...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

L PASO HERALD 11 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. S ROOM HOUSE WALKING DIS- TANCE. The greatest bargain oC the year Is this S room modern home at the price of 5 room cottages miles farther out. Has full davlight basement under -entire house with stairs inside leading to kitchen. First floor has a den. parlor dining room kitchen pantry. kcnen closet reception hall screened in DacK porch and spacious front porch. u stairs has 4 bedrooms bath room large closets and hall. Back yam an fenced has woodshed and Sldeva5r; front- TSuHt of cream coiortu '- all1 irMtV. .rr m-nlnt-lno- nllt lua around. Onlv 10 minutes walK 10 wiiu ruui urujcuuuK - . .(- postoSice. Streets paved to E"bout block. Uou3ftwIll be finished in aDom. 3 weeks and must be sold beto5 c date. Price only $4800; terms easy splendid place for the money. H. I. Howell. 213 Herald Building. 2 HOUSES AND 6 LOTS F?? This is south front PrPJ' ? ground enough for 3 or 4 more bouse. Near car line in good 'ofjlfla will rent for $30. Parties cwnpe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 May 1910

IL PASO HERALD 12 rfl i JC - "Wliicli sell regularly for 20c this week only 10c per can. STRAWBERRIES We have instructed our shippers to send us an extra good lot of berries aers in advance ana you win oe sure ana gee xueui. Only 10c Per Box DON'T TAKE A SPRING TONIC Eat Ferndell Asparagus instead. It is one or Na- ture's tonics. Each stalk of Perndell Asparagus is white meltingly tender and luscious. It's easy to prepare. It's tempting and delicious. 40c Per Can CONFIDENCE When eating that your food is of highest wholesorneness that it has nothing in it that can injure or distress you makes the repast doubly comfortable and satisfactory. This su- preme confidence you will enjoy when you buy from this house whose goods are FAMOUS FOR QUALITY T Phone 151. 210-212 CINCO DE MAYO 6 We have Mexican Elags that were left from the Taft-Diaz celebration which enables us to sell them at reduced prices. Tuttle Paint DTJRHAM-DTJPLEX-RAZOR. The new razor that combines the advantages of all other...

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