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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

EI Paso Texas Saturday Evening May 14 1910 - - - 28 Pages All the Nevrs Herald Prints It First While It's Thresh. CIW Ahli n Lh n i i S tail nuU Hi Uuuin hum u jbb n E42F' s2 IF (ip . ? S35 fPfc i? - M - -k Xew Orleans Ln. May 14. A cablegram from San Jose Costa Rica gives news of the death of scores of persons when the earthquake destroyed Santiago yesterday. Many more were Injured. Government municipal and public buildings prisons schools and churches were wrecked the inhabitants fleeing terror-stricken to nearby rural districts where they sought succor in rudely constructed places of refuge. The doctors have all they can do attending to the injured In the partly crpoved temporary hospitals. A continu- ation of the shocks after the first quake created renewed panic the people leaving the city In n stampede leaving be- hind all possessions. Many women and children are destitute without proper clothing and a famine prevails. Further news from Cnrtago shows the whole family of justic...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

I I WAIST SPE CIAL 'For 'Monday only we make a waist special that will surprise you. These are Tailored and Lingerie styles. AH late models are included in the lot. This value is so unusual we must limit it to Monday only. The special price ds "ijiif &7 B g& Parasols from the simple linen to the handsomely embroidered kinds will be found here to match any I costume attractive prices. goods. I 1 II Commissioner Is Upheld as Having a Eight to Fix Price Upon the Land But Hasn't the Eight to Eefuse to Accept Entry Because Land Has Not Been Classified as Mineral Bearing. Is commissioner J. T. Robinson of the general land office of Texas exceeding- his authority under the mining laws of the state in rejecting the ap- plications of persons for oil and gas claims in El Paso and Reeves county? This question is one of vital import- ance to the people of these counties for upon its settlement depends the future of the Toyah oil field aim its subsequent development- Two questions are in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday May 14 1910. - "" " iHS:'.-: j3fjPl Entering Upon the Third Week of this 'q3' M rsm r-m. HP HE work has begun! Even now the workmen are iS' - i'Ml3tfi' u L ' i w(ti'w7T iiiy-yrgfT'" nB:'g i a m & 3J 15? V V5iTi 'jK.'siicJ" i .Jiii 1 t SPECIAL Infants' and chil- dren's J Sox lisle and cotton. in plain and lace ef- fects in black white and colors Values to 50c X 1 9c pair SPECIAL . Women's all silk undervests low neck sleeveless all sizes in light blue only. A regular $1.50 value; Mon day only 49c each HE work has begun! Even now the workmen are busyv remodeling the second floor of out store and onh' a short time re- 7 mains for us to reduce stocks to the easy handling proportions neces- saiy. rue emergency is nam ujdou us ana extreme measures must oe re- sorted to to clear our stocks quickly to avert the almost unavoidable damage. For this week prices are cut as only the "Popular" dares to cut them cut to an al most unbelievably low point. . m t ' s .il . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

EL PASO HERAL 4 Saturdav May 141910. r Suggestive Questions On Sunday School Lesson By.Rev. Dr. Linseott For the Inter- national Newspaper Bible Study Club (Copyright 1910 by Hev. T. S. Linseott D. D. BEAUTY BOOK FREE I All AH-iva Your Beautify the Complexion De- velop the Bust Remove Wrinkles 3IARVEL.OUS NEW PROCESS QUICKLY DOES THE WORK. & J&&& A fc5iJIi V Loans JUL &$ wV O the Boy s rf 5 Business Credit Young Man and If Not Too Late the Uld Man 0s 319 SAN ANTONIO ST. OFFICERS 4 UL Turner President. F. P. Jones Vice-presiaent. A. F. Kerr Vice-president and Cashier. Lee K. Crews Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS A. F. Kerr R. M. Turner F. P. Jones NEW FEND IN MO- GOLLON DISTRICT (Continued From Page Two.) and explored a body of ore for a dis- tance olS200 feet which averages $60 per ton. A new ore body was recently disfovered 200 'feet above -this. Six hundred and 50 tons of ore were milled the past week and 58 sacks of concen- trates produced. The last clean up re- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

el paso heral: Saturday May 14 1910c RAILROAD NEWS. ? ow 9 f not don't fall to make us a wish or you will miss the GREATEST RASS BED SALE ever offered in E! Paso. For Monday Tuesday San Francisco Will Reach There Through El Paso in Short Time. and Wednesday the cominweek WE WILL GIVE FREE with each BRASS BED and $Z.50 SPRING purchase a r Have Yon i 1 1 1 m lillTH PITY OF Vlil In bill ur fiNi LeiWs 28& SI lOP OvTSfttl-5' I w g cdmcd ciri J ci norr Qjnvrra JUE4111IX i3EUlu& 2J&J OETLKJEtO Aside Straps Yes CJ. and lots of them especially Boys oes. wnv ? isecause our Joys jmiocs wear better iihan anybody else's and -ve fit your foot correctly. ASK FOR Lerner's Elk Wonder for Big and Little Boys $2.50 and $3.00 Our Base Ball Elk Shoe acknowledged by all the best in town $2.00 and $2.50 8 e ties r Every Ityle roi Dress Party Lerner Shoe Co. 215 El Paso St. and School Wear; all Leathers $1 to $3 SEND FOR REGAL CATALOG in J- EWBnmmiuaBBmmKmasaBi&aiBBBBa&e&BsmtsKmmsff...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE s Saturday May 14 1910. i i EL E Established April. 18S1. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and auccession 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 AXD AMER. KEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postofflce 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. Office Rooms HERALD TELEPHONES Reporter r Business I Editorial I Society I Advertis! TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year ?2. The Daily 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 his communication both" tie old and the new add...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

Saturday May 14 1910 No Need To Dread the est ieat This Summer j The Brightest Ha I! Ill IS W 1 VnderiDecu tzM uenffemat "MS -iL ftiit of Gotham Xfnder&tear is the next best thing to a shower bath so cool and refreshing. Coat Shirts and Knee Drawers of specially woven fabrics loose fit- ting crisp and comfort- able. ( Shirts and Drawers at $1.00 the ' garment and upwards. Union Suits Knee Length $2.00 . We carry in stock sizes 28 to 50 no trouble to fit the largest or the smallest man. HATTERS JHIRIWker EL PASO. TEXAS. Happy Hnr Installing- Refrigerator Plant Will Be Competed by Middle of Next Week. One of the most refreshing an- nouncments that has been made in many days was today when It was learned that the Happj' Hour theater had installed its own refrigerating plant which will be completed the early part of next week and the dread of being warm while attending a show will be unknown at this theater. In fact the "Happy Hour" promises to become a place where people wiH go to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

s .Saturday May 14. 1910. L PASO HERALD afesaragSggregfr&frawK ifjajgraaEWMKxajHHMRatr-i-n .iifti THE WHOLE MONTH OF MAY THE BEST HALF REMAINS iK liL - fir t u t o n vw Vt-i-i LOTS OF FANS TO KEEP YOU COOL Hour Specials SPECIAL FROM 9 TO 10. Clmice o50 pxWJUP'1-10 Si'koline in pretty asoIoiHnfa'n&auru. also in olive green white navy 3'ellow and plain shades of pink light blu1 cardinal cream; worth 15c yard; Monday morn- ing from 9 to 10; Qr Anniversary Sole price L SPECL4X FROM 9 TO 19. White mercerized Curtain Loops 27 inches long; worth 15c pair; Anniver- sary Sale price F? 9 to '10. a pair wC (Limit G pair to n customer.) SPECIAL FROM 9 TO 10. 1 lot 36 inch. Stenciled Scrims ecru ground rtenciled in reds greens blue3- and browns; floral Persian and Oriental designs: regular price 25c Monday morn ing from 9 to 10; j "h Anniversary Sale price A & C SPECIAL FROM 9 TO 10. Brass- Extension Curtain Bods extends irom 27 to 50 inches; worth 10c eaen Anniversary Sale price 2 9...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

Rs&l Estate Classified and Too-Late-co-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. lltM Ti RECORD Back Jn a little city of northern In- diana there is a fountain flowing per- petually to the memory of the father and mother of Gen. Anson Mills. This monument was erected last year by the distinguished citizen-soldier in memory of his parents. It was a gift to the city of Thorntown. his- birth- place and the only requirement the general made was that the water should flow perpetually through the fountain. El Paso is to have a perpetual re- minder of the love Gen. Mills has for th city which he did so much to make great. On the top o"? the beautiful new 12-story Anson Mills building which is to be built on the twin plazas a clock 1T'7CMC JiiiLLllO PROTEST AT THE El Pasoans Declare the New Bates Unjust and Appoint a Committee to Recommend Just What Steps to Be Taken Agent of the Actuary Tries to Explain the Situatio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

10 Saturday May 14 1910. kfeiW 8r Z&qSKteS k-y?" . ; &&r.&.&$M s K g? ?E5 Us&Zffii&iiS&gsz m && kyy S53&&&&siS&& Easas&gasaa&aa j&&5i&q on t o TT 7 n ssTm-r P-'flQa a Wiav eAAijr -a. ii.'W any Time at any Price Until ave Seen Beautiful You un 9 liWrllFslfJili & &L&&L&&& OVernmeilf Hii--Is a new high class residence district and is close in Being only a few minutes out on the Eleetri Car Li ne9 giving quick service. Government HSlIThough the youngest addition to El Paso has some of the most beautiful homes in the city and many others soon to be built. Govern ment Hill Is accessible to schools and churches and is THE place for the raising of a family. The exclusiveness and restrictions insure the people social surroundings that are sought by every careful purchaser of a homesite. Government HillOffers exceptional opportunities to investors as well as home builders and to buy...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

mmm Saturday May 141910. ii The Manure Spreader By H. H. Schutz Assistant Professor Agronomy New Mexico A- & M. College JEL PASO HERAjLjD SBBOfxcsMH ---"" Trr-gj t mi- -iilt 'r' ' r1" If ONE often hears the contention that it is not necessary to manure our soils on account of their great fertility and the continual re- plenishment of plant food by the irri- gation -waters of the Rio Grande. Analy- sis made by the New Mexico College of Agriculture of the water and sediment or the Rio Grande indicated that the grossest feeder of all of our crops re- moves less plant food from the land than is added by using two feet of -water in irrigating. A five ton -crop of alfalfa removes 211 pound of nitrogen 83 pounds of phosphoric acid and 305 pounds of potassium sulfate: -whereas two acre feet of a-verage Rio Grande water contains 1911 pounds potassium sulfate. 116 pounds phosphoric acid and 107 pounds of nitrogen. The only de- ficiency is seen to be nitrogen but -with alfalfa -which uses ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

12 Saturday May 14 1910. This Photograph Below Shows the Wonderful Growth Which Has Been Made During the Past Ninety Days at jp KENEFICK WAS BORN IN FEBRUARY 1910; HOUSES CANNOT BE CONSTRUCTED RAPIDLY ENOUGH TO SUPPLY THE PRESENT DEMAND; THERE ARE TEN OR MORE APPLICANTS FOR EVERY NEW BUILDING. R JFH time to time I have -m en out statements concerning thc-de elopraent of Kenefiek. While rapid the growth of this young city- has been normal and healthful. It is ex- ceptional for a week to pass without some industrial en terprise being secured. Five Thousand Population in 1912. Public spirited citizens liave organized the Kenefiek Five Thousand club and Secretary Benson -will at once launch a cam- paign to secure more industries and new citizens. Kknefiek Has a Newspaper. Today. iIay 15. the first issue of the Kenefiek Dispatch -will be published. The Kenefiek Dispatch Publishing company ha inr-talled new machinery throughout and the paper will be printed on a modern power press. Mr. Cl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

ERA Saturday May 14 1910. 13 different to the ! 1 jm an with i 1 mvwliiA MIT 1 ! S ffM r gk PJgL H ! I ft HE KNOWS HE l I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED A reliable woman for gen- eial housework family of 3 living 10 IMPRftVEn mVPH LET US TIEXT YOTT A II03IE ON noi xty roai). 'Or place of business at summer rates To trade for vacant lots in northern for a whole year before your scrap miles down county road; no objection part of city or in East El Paso or with the comet's tail. j to small child. Phone D. M. Payne aa. Bassett addition. See us at once. ; Hafford & Collier Mathews & Dyer Agents. 417 Mesa Ave. up. Bell phone 815; Auto 1346. and Ask Hodge Realty Co. 303 Texas St. FIRE INSURANCE. Let us write your fire insurance. "We represent substantial companies and will give your policies our personal at- tention. Mathews & Dyer. WE HAVE SOME SPECIAL BARGAIN'S OIL OIL OIL. In rooming houses. It will pay you to j 640 acres land in Toy...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 14 Saturday May 14 1910. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. MsteSiZ tsmpTrarebc1 V-75 M ( THE 600K SAVS-FiS'O a luir wiut pAlKTOUR ;WftUt3- tollftt CHEAPER frHAW PAPEKlNG CU KKQVJ COPYRIGHT. 1S9TST. THE elp and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED 21ALE. LAPKV xb CCIOKL1 learned; Mnand for operators; situation lepenses low. Aaaress Jj&iias &h college Dallas. T'Ocas- k Assistant bookkeeper' male. experienced. Popular Dry rANTED for sterfe wo"fk"T""Ka-ld 207 San Antonio St. WASTED 50 men Immediately at Pe- cos for railroad construction work; fare allowed El Paso to Pecos; report to S. W. Anderson chief engineer Pe- cos Vailey Southern Ry- RELIABLE COLORED MAN with refer- ence wants position coachman or por- tr. 310 Wyoming. Auto Phone 1293. WANTED. 2 mine level bosses $10 pesos; 2 mine timbermen Mexico $S pesos; 1 grading boss speaking Spanish S pesos; 2 mill carpenters Mexico $S pesos; 1 waiter 10 per week Arizona; lunch counter man or woman $25 board and room. FALL...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday May 14 1910. 15 FOR SALE SEAL ESTATE. te to.Classi :aeeftV Xs W Vf&lWM f One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Tham 25c. One Cent a Word. No Ad. Les Than 25 c. fy I oo iaie I o Uassity 1 oo La loo i I OMS 3IAN ON" GOD'S GREEN EARTH WS SRPA' TUP. LIGHT. Yesterdav he purchased 5 of those lnr. in East El Paso on the street car line with citv water eras electric light and sewerage and made money. There are 16 left who wants them? We yet have the 20 acres in Vine- yard Tract and the large tract near Vabens waiting for an offer. YOIR OWN TERMS. W3I. MOELLER . Herald Building. Phones: Bell 1227; Auto. 15S5. WOT A HOME? We have a very large list of desir- able property for some of which we re sole agents. If you don't see what you want be- low phone us for we may have JUbi the thing to suit you. You see we couldn't possibly advertise everything we have. . 5 room cottage Rio Grande bt. 6 room cottage Rio Grande St. 5 room -cottage 1000 block of Ari- zona St. only $3650. r ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

il I m 16 Saturday Ma 14. 1010. EL PASO HERALD A i 9 . s . f i J pi Mfe m m a a a &m i ji a J I I nm 11 I I P 1 "SUKfiHi U&L sTaFfl slali tTSa i&iFlaa3h& s 11 SsHIIbb aT atns Ish a fifc 1 DO 1 1 1 IT a H ! J si CJI35IL3P a9 -gig i S i W C- &lsl Si hI I2'&fe2i Lb &HSIBlfi2p IL CiilLI Sbil 5 IS-nP la UU1IU11 ' I M Hi H wPK 10 jMV ten gF B jjy EH pX W 1C B SB ME "Cr W H Ea B CBB 1QJR VB WlH BE "JPr 9B Pat ai "eu m 'qB as 3 HV BBW J W vxi BK VB BK B &M i ( in fhB spent stilt of Tuxus"3"!! Iiwiv tory structure No other city in the Great Southwest or any city of similar size in the state is making as rapid progress as the city of El Paso The work on the many new business blocks created more attention by the visiting bankers this week than any other thing in the city. They had been told of the progress of El Paso. They had read what was being done but when they saw for themselves and were amazed. It was a frequent question from the visiting bankers of "What'...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

HERALD Real Estate Classified avd 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. JJLj RENE BACHE'S SUBSET. ST SCIENTISTS TAKE IT APART TO FIND OUT HOW IT WORKS. Suspicions Now Entertained That It Distributes -Other Diseases Besides .Malaria and Yellow Fever Puz- zle of Its Song at Last Cleared Up. WASHINGTON D. C May 14. To take the mosquito apart and find out why it acts the way it does. Such is the task; which science has undertaken with ut- most seriousness now that the danger- ous character of the insect is fully un- derstood. All over the world at the present time experts are studying mosquitoes in the laboratory and in their native haunts. They are even going to the trouble to breed them atificially in or- der to find out everything about their life history from start to finish. The most intimate anatomy of the creatures is being studied out even to the struc- ture of the brain and nervous system. So...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

FRANK a. CARPENTER'S LETTER. Enjoy The Health And Sttcngih A Cure In $15.00 Our Charge in Uncomplicated Cases Of Youth FRANK G-. CABPENTEB'S LETTER. Four Days and active in old age Assist nature in restor mer the vieronand enersrv of early life. As age advances the recuperative powers of 3routh grow less and then more than at any- other time do you need f V&hst Bstmt 111 Combining the tonic pro- perties of choicest hops and the rich food values of select barley malt it is the very tonic for the jyeaknesses of old age. It fortifies the system against the many little ailments which healthy youth brushes A aside and reinvigorates and gives new strength to the whole body. It aids the digestive powers and builds you up ane1 Tbe United Govcmtnsnt si cJIy cltirifies J ALL ABOUT THE PLANTATIONS OF THE HIMA- LAYA MOUNTAINS WHICH SUPPLY DRINKS FOR THE WORLD. Advertising Which Paid Tea Raising in China and In- 11 JBm5k& ML Extract as an ar- fB Ag-f k Side of inedi- f W&t j ciae not...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 14 May 1910

"13 A x H JTJyjluXJ-i 20 Saturday May 14 1910. Jjjj-J tin J - . HRX JcMl 6iafrffsfrafeJfeiBgSgi3 9 Bfia Q WB .- -i n Br. Mackey 's office visited during the past week by many who are availing themselves of his liberal offer. A doctor without fees is giving free services during the month of May only charging for the medicines used for the cure. Every patient who begins treatment with Dr. Mackey dur- ing the present month of May can do so with the under- standing that he will suspend all professional charges for all services rendered and the only cost to a patient until a cure is effected will be a nominal sum to cover the actual cost of the medicine and treatment used. This runs from $1 to $3 a course. Many will be cured at as low a price as $5. Much eonunent has been excited by the temporary offer of Dr. Mackey the specialist to give free medical services during the present month of May. This is by no means a charity offer but is put in force (for a limited time) for adver- tising p...

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