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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 May 1910

Friday May 20 1910. 5 LL BALLARD & COMPANY TOMORROW BRINGS THE END OF OUR 112-114 SOUTH OREGON ST. Offer Special Values for Saturday and Monday in Ladies' Black Cat ana Cadet Hose are the best 25c stockings rnatfe for boys and girls; sale price 21c and Men's Goods; Also Piece Goods t PASO HE r -. - ii ill -gMCTfMggMjgaiiMBIIBMWBMEIMBBWHJMMWHH Semi-Annual MOST PHENOMENAL EVENT IN HISTORY OF THIS STORE Tomorrow Saturday ends our Great Semi-Annual Red Letter Sale and the success of this great event has proven the greatest in the career of this establishment. Each season this sale has eclipsed the previous one but this year was far greater than we had ever anticipated. THE LAST DAY A RECORD BREAKER Tomorrow we will make the last day the greatest one and in order to break all previous records we are going to take our profit and the man- ufacturers' profit and give it to you. You can't afford to miss the last day. It means a gigantic saving for you. Besides the specials herein adverti...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 May 1910

AGAZINE PAGE Friday May 20 1910. EDITORIAL AN 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. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AXD AMER. XEWSP. 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- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Business Office Editorial Rooms BERALD TELEPHONES Rni'.Mv "Rfinortpr Advertising- department 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 wm please state In his communication both tie old and the new...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 May 1910

News Of the Great Southwest News Of the Great Southwest 7 Friday May 20 1910. EL PASO HERALD iiiiTrriiJinrsin st I mSgfek More Good News for MenRead all About These Bargains 1 lAiATEniAi D H KS SI wSSBL 1 SISifiRIROll I M I 113 Summer AdYances Our Saturday-and- j v Ih H H HKB BBi IHLJhk ! KX HL iwk b ir If OR SAM I I Made from Grapes gggi15 I Makes the ood of I superior healthf ulness feS I - and finest quality "" tfB33IMCr BaFUfilB k Ilf-f ; BaBS K ra 28- i 3 B a K S H 92 S3 U a E ni 1- a 3 T -' ;v;l vgsSlfe J I &'"V I 8lPtlfP h r'. silt ' i -A SlHi8iir?fr''. ! 'ki 3i 1 -? SJfSrf T .' i i' i. kHi t! rS ii"t SEN iy - IrcissKW J JlMS Alamogordo N. SL May 20. The Ala- j mog-ordo Waterworks company TV. R-v Eldson general manager has been sold out to the Alamogordo Improvement company consideration about 51S0.000. This deal gives the Alamogordo Im- ' provement company the city water and i all belongings 12 miles of mains to the mountain springs tanks etc. I F. "W. Beach general mana...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 May 1910

t PASO HERALD The HeralcPs Sporting Newi Friday Mar 20 1910. 9 tra Fi tes for Critical Men. v- The HeralcPs Sporting News What Benjamin SAYS Poultry For 1 i Fresh Shipment of Vegetables Tomorrow A. M. Tomorrow morning we -will receive a big shipment of vege- tables; all will be fresh and just right for those demanding something above the ordinary. SNOWBALL CAULIFLOWER CALIFORNIA JERSEY SWEET POTATOES FANCY EGG PLANT CUCUMBERS TOMATOES BELL PEPPERS GREEN CHILI RED CABBAGE OKRA SUMMER SQUASH GREEN BEANS GOLDEN WAX BEANS GREEN PEAS HORSE RADISH ROOT LEEKS MINT PARSLEY LOS RIOS LETTUCE GOLDEN HEART CELERY RHUBARB NEW POTATOES AGUACATIS Phone 2576 T he S SttUF Order a Nice Dressed Hen or Turkey for the Sunday Dinner If 3rou come to this market tomorrow just inquire of the poultry department if they can give you an extra nice dressed hen or turkey and they will take pleasure in show- ing you the Gnest dressed poultry that has been sold in El Paso in many days. Not a hen or turkey that was...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 May 1910

"EHk & Fridav Mav 20 1910. KJ s ? g W2 w if ft & 8 b TOT ft ALL ABOARD FOR SAIL OR CAMP PL TUBE MAPS AND THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. Y OU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOTJT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT FISH HUNT AY TENNIS GOLF BOWL DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA- INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RESORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE. &iAias vm. 5 hi 111 ' Am 1 h' K ?- Vri&- " - v - f. .&VirM :j r Jw' - -j--- 45s Jf- Z'&S'Z.Sz.r V& vVji-U r t e Rff j Frf? ureaiesi mountain n In the World I AJLJF Ii 1 1 fit TAVERN SPEND A VACATION A 3IILE ABOVE THE SEA AAD ENJOY THE MOUN- S TAIN AIR AMONG THE GREiT PINES AND OAKS. 1 StMMER HVTES $3 PER D VY I OR AN OUTifNOr AT LOAG ?S( If Where riNE HOTELS. COTTAGES and APART- MENTS WILL BE FOUND. Huntington Beach. Balboa Newport Beach Bay Citv. THE PACIFIC ELECTRIC Tipi R. R. reaches SOUTH.SK.N I CALIFORNLVS best re- -L-i sorts I rZaT "Rnnlr1- nri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 May 1910

AXB 10 Friday May 20 1910. YOU MUST ACT QUICKLY If you want to buy anything advertised in the For Sale Columns of the Herald. You have no idea how everything offered for sale is snapped up un- less you ve tried it. aBaraBxzKsas "PA: (TSEE YOcFvFl s (CMAShTi DON'T (DOTS YOT YOlO FINALLY PUT jfo A RissHESS KNOW YOU s AY! BlSSNESS 1M A CASH 4S ?m:J 17 7H ARE DOING -A lZ BUM AFTER -P1 fen wau -RBfLxL" I i in -- I 'I'VE BEEN COM ING IN EVtKT PAY REGULARLY liJAYEN'T 1? PERSONAL. J. A. F.-Tcere is a letter in the gen- eral delivery for you at El Paso. Shots j LOST FOITND. LOST Tuesday night between Odd diamond earring. Leave at room 306 Herald Bldg. Reward. i'tuurtj i"" iiu. i.uuv.i.uo . . w..- LOST Bunch of keys; suitable reward. Phone 40. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED SLAL2. TELEGRAPH" IS Q.UICKX.1 learned; great demand for operators; situation sure; expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college Dallas. Texas. WAXTED A young man that under- stands bookkeeping and...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 May 1910

Friday May 20 1910. 11 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS COPPERS GRAIN AND PROVISIONS LIVESTOCK WOOL AND COTTON. FX PASO HERALD Too Late To Classify Too Late to Classify Financial and One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c. Commercial 5250 A LOT FOR LOTS AT THE HEAD OF MONTANA ST. We have IS of these lota just across the street from Bassett's addition in East El Paso. On the street car line. Have city water. Have electric lights. Have gas. Have sewerage. -t PRETTIEST LOTS IN THE EAST END. WM. MOELLER Herald Building. WANT A HOME? We have a very large list of desir- able property for some of which we "hfSSfsee what you .want be- low phone us. for we may v! JT the thing to suit you. You see we couldn't possibly advertise everytnm0 W! ro"om cottage. Rio Grande St. 6 room cottage Rio Grande St. 5 room cottage 1 000 block of Ari zona st- oniy "' . C(. 8 room home Rio Grande fat- 7 rooms home Montana bt $8200. . Cl. 6 room cottage. J only It's a 5 room ouijb""". - - daOne"-of the pret...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 20 May 1910

HERALD 12 Fridav Mav 20 1910. -Li ' Tj ews- mm mill We Are Exclusive Agents For Tularosa Dressed Chickens 1 arosa Kane -These chickens are dressed the evening before be- ing placed on sale each one is thoroughly inspect- ed therefore yon can depend npon them being clean. jSTo cold storage taste; they are sweet ten- der and delicions. The Tularosa Eggs are gathered fresh and each egg is inspected by the Sanitary Poultry farm and cannot be surpassed for fresh- ness. v Dressed Chickens each 60c Tularosa Eggs per doz 40c STBAWBERRIES RASPBERRIES AM) BLACKBERRIES Received in ice cold Refrigerators. Fresh and free from dust. Strawberries 12 l-2c box. Raspberries 20c Blackberries 15c per box. Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 1151. j CIVIC BEAUTY Should "be the hobby of every house owner in El Paso. There is no way in which yon can enhance the beanty of yonr city more than by giving that worn looking house a new coat of Imperal Paint. $1.80 PER GALLON Tuttle Paint See Us or Write for Prices...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

EI Paso Texas Saturday Evening May 21 1910 --- 26 Pages All the Xew Herald Prints It First In Which President Of While It's Fresh. mSMmm&mOmM mJtmmmm tfstmmm aAa Iffifonw rHiifr tr mi "I iiii. mkmm aunlw n n i i- 1T1T11 " lililllli Wis 4 IHfllli 111 ! 1 m 1 II "I I IHI II - ' 12 V Dl B mi s B 11 Mil M VH 9 K P KM B ttfe M iK BE lllllUU U 1 IL lllllu II uliLiliiUlill Lile Mud Home Pauls Valley Okla. Hay 21-JTtto kno-n dead upwards of a dozen injured and at least a 330000 damage is the result of the storm in this section yesterday. .. i w The dead are: Mrs. B. F. Dewberry of McCnrty Garvin county who was struck ly flymg timbers and W. S. Xlmlwr. of JIada who was caught in the wreckage of his home. ' The storm formed near Paoli Garvin county. It swept a section within two miles west of Paul's valley go- ins: south to McCarty where the postoffiee a store 15 dwelling ami the new school building was blown nxvy. Ten houses were wrecked at Madill including that of Llndsar who was an oil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

Rare -fe Bsssn ;' TlVO Extra Specials .50 Capes $7.95 bl5 Now that summer is here and there is such a distinct tehange from tihe ihea-t of the day to the cool of the evening a light nvxap of some kind is an absolute essential- To supply this need we offer Monday 50 stylish. evening capes. These are pongee shantang and satins. They are 50 inches long some are sleeveless while others re the kimono sleeve style. The pongee and shantung capes are the. natural color; the satin capes come in rose jiavy blue lavender and salmon. Regular price d rj Q 5 is ?13.50j on sale Monday V ?0 $5.00 Skirts t Light Weight Worsted Skirts in light summer patterns. These are extra well tailored skirts every seam being bound. They are made in all tihe latest styles and fin- ished with buttons and straps. Regular 5.00 skirts; an unusual value for Monday only rt Q E? A correctly fitting corset is one of the requisites for summer com- fort. Our Dorset Section will supply this need. HOUSE WHERE BEN WHEN S REFU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

EX PASO HERALD Saturday May 21 1910. . Genuine Alligator Hand Bags Regular $7.50 styles $5.63 Regular $12.50 styles $9-38 Regular $15-00 styles $1 1 .25 Regular $17.50 styles $13.13 Regular $20.00 styles $15.00 Regular $25.00 stvles $18.75 . I i i . 1 White and Colored Piques Regular 35c quality a yard 19c Regular 50c and 65c qualities 39c Regular 75c quality 59c Regular $1.00 and $1.25 qualities. ..85c Imported Embroidered Batiste 75c - quality a yard 59c Genuine Cowhide Suit Cases Twenty-four inch Suit Cases made of solid stock on extra strong steel frame linen lined heavy straps and metal Leatherette Suit Cases Twenty-four inch Keratol (leatherette) Suit Cases very strong frame with metal corners good lock and straps; worth regularly d? j AfL 52.00 trimmed $6.50 value Continuing the Expansion Sale "with a - 1 I I u . nfc e of New York's Most Promin -third the Real Value ensation Purchased Especially for this Event from Originators at Practically MONG the recent express arrivals w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

EX PASO HERALD Saturday May 21 1910 1 New Telephone Directory Grading Cantaloupes THE EL PASO HERALD FARMING PAGE "If at First You Don't Succeed Copy for the June issue of the telephone direc- tory is now being made up. Any changes or corrections in the present listing should be telephoned at once to By H. H. Schutz Asst. Prof of Agronomy New Mexico A. & M. College Hundreds of people start Savings Accounts at the bank every year. Many of them succeed in buiiding up good solid reserve accounts for old age. Others through some unforseen circum- stances are obliged to withdraw before they are fairly started in the race. The latter as a rule hesitate a long time before making a second attempt because they imagine the banker hasn any confidence in their ability to keep up an account. Our experi- ence has taught us that you never can tell what a man can do un- til you have given him plenty of lee way. Therefore -we say : If you didn't get a good start the first time try again. Pa H Ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

Saturday May 21 1910. 5 ) WM Conservative Financial Policy ff The American Xational Bank is governed by a conservative financial policy but it is progressive and broad enough to meet the requirements of all Your checking account is invited. Capital and Surplus 8240000.00 NOW BEING INCREASED TO $360000. S&&f&l&& S2Jv22S his former home. New Haven Conn. He will so by way of the Southern Pacific and the Morgan Steamshin line from New Orleans. . Miss Bessie Parks niece of Mrs. G. Halbrooks "who has been visiting here for the past nine mouths has left for her home in Medford Olrla. The Prickly Pear station of the Horned Toad division of the Santa Fe is under the management of agent D. A. Craemer. ALFALFA GEO? IS HEAVY AT BERING El Paso Bank & Trust Co. 319 San Antonio St. Solicits Your Patronage Capital Stock $100000 i?. M. TURNER Pres. R P. JONES V-Pres A. F. KERR Cashier LEER. CREWS Asst Cash'i Conducting Revival East El Paso Si S cLC cSaptisiCr Specimens Are 4 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

AGAZINE PAGE s Saturday Miv 21 1010. EDITORIAL AN EL PASO HERALD Established April 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and 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 AND A5IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paeo Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people thet no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. f Businesp Office HERALD i TELEPHONES. Editorial Rooms f" Society Reporter 3.19 Advertising department 116 TERMS CF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year 57. 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...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

Saturday Xa.y 21 1910. 7 s T?.T. 'PASin TTRRATTJ S8p Mxtnitig -Xntom Stiff? A shirts to work to slip down. The most comfortable and satisf aetoiy gar- ment a man can wear. Made of featherweight' lisles silk lisles and bal- briggan. Long and half sleeves regular and knee length. Prices $1.59 to $3.00 SOFT SEI&TS OUTING COLLARS STRAW HATS (Continued From Page One.) draw a strong support from that source in central and south Texas On the other hand he has lost a great deal of political strength from the prohibition- ists who favor statutory statewide pro- hibition. Those deserters have gone to Johnson. It is thought here that nothing will come of the effort that is now being u.ade on the part of some of the pro- hibition leaders' to induce Poindexter and Johnson tojsubmit their names to a special primary to be held in advance of the regular? Democratic primary for the purpose of determining which of them shall remain in the contest as the representative of the prohibition fac- tion...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

.0 HERALD 3 Saturday May 21 1910. T&js 7s 772e Fourth Week This Is The Fourth Veek " i Under muslin Values We have delayed until the 4th week mak- ing price reductions on underinuslins. Xow when summer trips are being plan- ned and Clouderoft is near at hand new undermuslins are a necessity and there is no time to make them. So come next week and take advantage of these usual undermuslin values. k un- r oio rmu sons Sale of Drawers Many different styles of drawers in tie following two lots. Materials are snuslin and cambric and the drawers are fin- ashed with laoe and embroidery. $1.50 ana $1.75 Drawers 98c $2.00 and $2.25 Drawers $1.39 j Sale of Gowns -" High necked low necked and "slipover" Gowns- Made of jnainsodk land a superior quality af cambric prettily trimmed. $1.25 Gowns 98c -$1.95 and $2.25 Gowns $1.39 $2.50 and $3.00 Gowns $1.88 The nicer gowns are also reduced in price. Corset Covers These are very dainty covers trimmed in nice quality-lace asd embroidery. $1-75 to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

Real Estate Classified and To o-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. S THEIFT HELP NEW STREET CITY Hiave Given Town a Union Depot and Many Splendid Parks More to Follow. ""' 17 II I B r El' Fa ... : The Activity In One El Paso Block GREflT Dim IS NPIMJ Many New Buildings to" Mark Completion of Open- ing of San Antonio Street. look: takes out SOUTHWESTERN AKD Gr. H. ABE ACTIVE El Paso's railroads have played a prominent part in the transformation of the city. It was the railroad lines entering the city of the pass which first save the Mexican town on the river its impetus and these same railroads have been acting in the upbuilding and beautifying of the city ever since they were built. The first big move made by the rail- roads to take El Paso out of -the small town class was their cooperation to build a union station. The result of this cooperation is seen in the magnifi- cent union station at the f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

ea: 10 Saturday May 21 1910. 4 i V i t -..7iwiiiHiiBirinBaninisi. -a . ia in a lifetime is when you present to your wife the deed to your future home. ; The ownership of one's home is the crowning point of success--an ever present source of satisfaction. Live Where It's Worth Living You get tired of the city with its noise and its dirt. If you want to give your family relief come and let us show you The Home Tract ? x Government HIS! The fastest growing suburb in the southwest. The reason it grows is because it is the ideal place for the man having business in El Paso to get to and fro every day. Five cent trolly will get you to and from business in from 15 to 20 minutes and all the while your family enjoys the PURE AIR PURE WATER and the beau- ties of nature besides every convenience youet in the city.x . . Many men are taking advantage of this proposition and are -getting a homen GOVERNMENT HILL which appeals to both the business man and working mrh as a home can be had there for ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

E PASO HERALD Saturday May 21 1910. 11 CHIP CUBK ATTAG KS THE TARIFF . Promises That If Eepubli-1 g" w" o--i TTT-m hvnviA TT7Vn-"Iwi : Tmf. ir had to be ffone through with ! .nm --nTr Ho !T)T9rBd trt h ITt thO Schedule Alone tlie Demo- crats Will Not Tinker With It. 1 CVSTIA Tin.v frame of mind of Macbeth when about to murder Duncon: If it -were done when 'tis done then 'twere well it were done quicldy.' 'Mr Pavne also seems to be afflicted with a new disease 'intermittent forget- T . t n - 4 -n fulness.' He remembered witn great Washington D. C Auiy L Denounc- ! vividness the soup houses of 1S93 and an? the Payne-Aldrieh tariff law as . -. 894 h t wh it game to the sou 'transparent humbug attacking the houses of jgnj a verV tariff views or its author representative j d the 30UO haUge .Sereno Payne Kepubiiean or Jsew lorK and vigorously assailing president Taft for his support of that law representa- tive Champ Clark of Missouri leader of the Democratic minority today de- livered in...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Saturday May 21 1910. y GAR A The Garden Spot qI 5 ACEE GAEDEN AND CHICKEN RANCHES Located under the best ditch system clcse to town on Main County Road J ALL OF THE TRACT IS NOW PLANTED TO ALFALFA 5 ACRES The Price of These Tracts Are Only $850 to $975 Each TERMS ARE $200 Down and Balance to Suit Buyer on Any Tract Garden Is the best located land for garden and chicken ranches in the world famous Mesilla Yalley and a 5 acre tract in Garden Grove is the best possible place to inVest your money or for a home. DON'T DELAY COME. AND SEE IT BEFORE THEY ARE ALL SOLD James T. Smith & Comp OWNERS Las Graces New Mexico Offices on Main Street Between the Two Banks Now is the time to buy before the government commences work on the Big Dam. The secretary has ordered the work to proceed and this land will dou- ble in value. fREATMENT OF PUBLIC GKflRGES Charity Workers Discuss the' Handling of Insane Per- sons and Other Depend- entsMany Speakers. St. Louis Mo. May 21i Nearl...

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