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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 tio...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 th...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 ther...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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,...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

Saturday, May 21, 1910. 13 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY- CASSIDY & DAVIDSON'S List of bargains. Look them over. You may And just "what you want. We submit a small list from the many properties we handle, which wo know cannot be duplicated in the city for good value. These are all .underpriced for imme diate sale, and we can guarantee to get you a home at the right price and terms to suit. Cassidy & Davidson. EL Pj SO HERALD i . !! ! i ii mi i iiiimb im rmMi m -' fiJiiiiJ-'ra:;s"B;lWiWWMHIMlfck III pr, M Halley's Comet . IS ON THE MOVE tomes ueamns HAS GOT TO MOVE srKs LOWER VALLEY LAXDS. 17 ACRES IX SOCORRO, New county road, signed up for wa ter, perfectly level. Only $1200 for a quick turn; good terms. Cnssidy & Davidson, 211 St. Louis St. Hi lie prices we are now giving on Cleaning should keep ms moving to get it out 2 Piece Suits Cleaned V (SI PA DYEING & CLEAN- I LISTING YOUR PROPERTIES "WITH Insures quick sales. DOXT PAV RENT ALL YOUR LIFE. Make a" start for yourself, l...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD SaturdayMay 21, 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. i fjffir LAST 1 AFT) (gIFTbuT 1'nTJ V iTTHArANV WT r OH PRY GROUNDL HALLUCINATl0fI THAHKGQQDNESSJ 5-Zj TJoR.DO 1 SEE f NOT FALL PAU WANT? GT 7 JH hMTQ Mis I cM j2 (AWAY, SlRfj n r- Jr 'L ' - -VsI i S' J 13 If (rr : ' mf '0UT HEREfT Y -.SLEEP! 1 SHOULD NGT ? ?f II SHOULD J AV V, ,c NEGLECT MY WORK IN. J-Z- HAVE STAYED' J '2l wrirPm IHATMANNER! THKT PERSONAL. J. A. F. There is a letter m the gen- eral delivery for you at El Paso. Shots, j LOST FOUND, LOST Gold Swastika stick nin. Re ward. Internatnonal Book and Station- -i ery Co. iOST Tuesday nisht. between q Fellows' hall and Lucerne Flat, one f,-rr.r, oir,r, T,. - vne utcwuuuu wo-aaajj. JLrcavc L. XUUU1 0 1 U, Herald Bldg. Reward. Help and Sitautions Bi and Around El Paso HELP WANTED HALE. TELEGRAPEj' is ttUIC...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

10T Saturday, May 21, 1910. 15 FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE. - 1 $2,0 A LOT FOR LOTS AT THE HEAD OF MONTANA i- ttt v.,rQ ic nf these lots jUSt across the street from Bassetts .addition in East El Paso, On the street car line. Have city water. Have electric lights. Have gas. Have sewerage. wvn PRETTIEST LOTS IN THE EAST END WM. MOELLER, Herald Building. WAST A HOME? .' We have a vry large list of .desir able property, for some of which we funsee what y?u wanbe ST' tSnTtoVui? yoYoee couldn't possibly advertise everything WI rJc-m cottage. Rio Grande St. 6 room cottage. Rio Grande St. 5 room cottage, 1000 block of An zona St. only 53650. 8 room home, Jtuo unaiuii -. 7 rooms home. Montana bt.. only $8200. , o,. 6 room cottage. Wyoming fat. 6 room bungalow, east front, xt s a. daSnJ'of the prettiest homes in Mundy Heights. Yoa $& Arizona St- building site. $Ho0. 2 lots Rio Grande St. iat0ri Nevada St. building site, ell located. 2 lots, corner Wyoming and Noble, nly $2000 for the 2. 2 lots, ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

r Eli HI !! in Saturday, May 21, 1910. EL PASO HERALD. '- -! Within Fully Completed by. 1912. The R rking There. Dam to be io Grande Valley Will T ricuEturai Paradise. No one thing in the history of the Southwest caused as much rejoicing or meant so niuch for the progress of the Southwest as the news from Washington to the effect that work on the Elephant Butte dam will be resumed in a very short time, and that it will continue until this mammoth project is completed. El Pasoans have spent many and many a month, hoping, even praying, that this $8,000, 000 project would become a certainty, and now that there is no loger any doubt, land that has been heretofore considered worth little will become the richest and best produc ing land in America. The desert lands of yesterday will tomorrow become the homes of hundreds of happy, progressive and successful farmers. The completion of the dam, giving the present unirrigated lands water, will be like a miracle. Land that is today not " tilla...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Olassify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. PASO HERAXiI JijJL MM nlbn Mothers Must Go to Work, Children Leave School Earlier Than BeforeFood Be Cut Down Such Prices a Menace to the American Standard of Living. (By Mary Brown Sumner? Overwork for underpay is not the only form of human exploitation, and Gifford Pmchot has justly called the increased cost of living one of the porblems of human conservation. A German mother of six children, an un usually careful New York housewife, was good enough to so over her ac counts for last winter and this with the writer. Her weekly expenditures last winter were as follows: Food ? 7.35 Fuel 1-00 Rent 3,00 Insurance 65 Clothing 2.00 Sundries 1.50 $15.50 Her available weekly income Is fixed at this amount, and she has used every means possible to a skillful marketer, who is on confidential terms with her tradesmen, to avoid drawing on h...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

BENE BACKETS BUDGET. efYice Until Cur A Cur S 0 e In Four Days $15.00 Our Charge in Uncomplicated Cases WE CURE THE FOLLOWING DIS EASES IN FOl'R DAYS AXD OFTEN OXE TREATIEXT IS AM. THAT IS NECESSARY: VARICOCELE, HY DROCELE, PILES, RITTIBE AXD STRICTURE. In view of tiie fact that many people have treated with vari ous specialists for years and did not even receive relief, the above state ment may make them skeptical, to all such we will state that if you wHl call at our office we will with their permission give you the names of re liable business men of El Paso, New Mexico, and Arizona, -whom we have cured and have remained so for varying periods of from one to three years. XO SEVERE OPERATION IS DOXE, THE TREATMENTS ARE PR VCTIC ALLY PAIXLESS AXD BLOODLESS, AND XO DETEXTIOX FROM BUSI NESS IS NECESSARY EITHER DURING OR AFTER TREATMENT. CURES ARE NOT ONLY RAPID BUT RADICAL AXD PERMANENT. "We also treat "with the same guarantee of success: CATARRH, NERV OUS DEBILITY, LOST FUNCTIONS, BL...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

Saturday, May 21, 1910. FT. TAS(1 TTFR.ATil Many Card Varite Cmf r I EL TP JVumerous Happy J during the WeeK' J J3cLJ Ij3r I n Ct Circles r& QZXt y ' -" 8 Br Frank Dempster Shermaa.) 1 -h HSE K ' jd&iMM? PdX I Shadow and silence! Sweet the spell that holds V!Szir&'' VSKdtotK Sk. ,jls Jli --" 3 r. 1 The TVOrld ,n dreamy wonder and delight, RPK8 Silfiek. w --VlSss5? vy JJ" N I 'When the great lily of th mon unfolds llSillklil wi!lW ayv 'i sz&p W IslilPre? i Its pctnl In tbe azue po1 ot a,sht" pFl 'P -. -- S? g Wright, during the Foreign Mission- j RL"' tf ' m& m J? I ary conference, left the first of the m$ 1 1 A .-.. ml. v) x week for her home- cs-ksj m a m m w m m m m m m mrm m arm rk in x o i -?r - W m-JLm mMB a 1 IF m m M m mm S&k r7. I o.-. i - v uw w w a- sb wrfcifr au m4y ,-ipwlw xir m rA? f Pasoans Leaving For The Summer On Vacations Before you leave for your summer vacation get a pair of shoes from "The Guar antee." "We carry as fine a line of shoes as...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

The Heraldic Sporting News 21 The Herald 'sjSpoiting News EL PASO HERALD Saturday 3J!av21,1910. Dope On Texas League Games Special by Wire (to The Herald. Thursday's Games Fort Worth, Tex-, Mny 21. McKay went Ave Innings of hitless ball here Friday. Then the bottom fell out and he allowed six hits In a row. Two bat ters were alno hit and this -with an error, gave Shrevenort six runs in the Mxt Ii. IVeatherford relieved him after fire runs had been scored. Burke went In the eighth and vras touched for a brace of runs. Ashton pitched tidy ball, getting over the rough places in fine shnps. PIE FOR OKLAHOMA. Dallas, Tex. May 21. Six hits, including a three bagger, 11 ere made off HIrsch in the sixth inning and Oklahoma City had a harvest dance. Dale was Klren a hammering in the last inning a a farewell -whoop. The perforrannce ended In a dozen scalps for the Indians and a pair for the Giants. TWO TIE GAMES. Galveston, Tex., May 21. What started out o be a double header resulted In a lon...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

22 Saturday, Mw 21, 1910. JLi Made in g "Ilw 2 for 25c 10c and sizes They're J V Jr five cents apart; Af ifili Jr one is half the size f si IJa M A Ull fin- nririrf Jill IFfflW the other. In all other III Pijnf m ways as alike as a half III f A iJM Jf reduced photograph, it jfM I Same quality same Lf 1 1 workmanship same S!Sa2a satisfaction at the samestores.r rf553 m c The Tom Moore when you. have 8 HI the dime and the Little Tom JjEgHis Jf k when you haven't theiime.33 -Ife1 Ww Tra Wi' JfOBi They Lead the Procession SMILES & MOSER C1GA7? CO., of In any The Origins! and Oenuins 3 The Fsod Drink for All Igts. For Infants,Invalids,and Grooving cluldren. PiseNutrilion,upbiiildmg the whole bod'. Invigorates thenurangmotherand the aged. Rich milk, malted grain, in pcrcsder form. A quick loach prepared in 3 Minute. Takeaosibstitate.AskfarHORLICK'S. Others are imitations. PrwdHec tkick, lucKTlnnt kalr nbei aM tker reatetUea f&U. We BTHaraate 23KmEertHe. All Drugrcists. 25c, 5e uad...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

TCT PASO FTRRAT.D May2i,i9io. The Herald's Sporting. News 23 The Herald 's Sporting News Saturday EjmsS bKiW &mmm mvm m Tw 1 wsmmtmmamMimm b vpMfraaMna9k mr in 1 Mathewson, of tlae New York Nationals, Stands pre-eminent as a Pitcher Who Uses His ' ' Think Tank' ' at All Times. There are about 200 young men who put in a bus spring and summer with an eye toward horning into the baseball encyclopaedias with something like 300 against their names in the column set apart for the batting averages. Opposed to this bunch we have 100 equally strong and earnest young ath letes who work fully as hard to bump the hitters down as close to the .000 mark as possible. These are the pitch ers of the two big leagues. The baseball pitcher is an important cog in the baseball machine, consider ing him from any angle you iikc .rfipViTir crnnd nltcher is worth his weight in gold to a big league team. How much money would it take to buy "Christy" Mathewson from theGiants? What is the market quotation o...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

ft Y - Con righted. 1910, by the Amerlcin Examiner. Great Britain Rights Reserved. ii i ,i , i, Copyrighted. 1910. by the American-Examiner. Great Britain Rights Reserved. v"vP 'xa A,ivpiNA5& 7&- j i VUsMcX I FOR AUNTIE i- J f!lTOV SVl I

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

V Jhe Herald's Sporting News 25 The HeralcFs Sporting News 0 HERALD Saturday May 21, 1910. it am 6- R WILL MO EL PAS I ' ? w v IFFFRIF PIP nere cpiddiup OOlO urhflSlliib I FIGHT Great Motor . -Boat Race Is Under Way t mvr imy : - San Francisco, Cal., Ztfay 21. Wit assurances from local officials that there are no legal grounds against the I holding of the big fight July 4. 'lex Rickard has arranged the arena loca tion and all is smiling along the pu gilistic Wabash. The fight "will he held n Central park at Eighth and Market streets, according to arrangements -mmio vstArrlni' Th first consignment of lumber for the arena wilt arrive May j 25 and -work -will begin about June 1. Rickard says that seating capacity and general plans "will remain the same as those of the Emerj-ville arrangements. Cannot Stop the Fljclii. While consulting with chief of po lice Martin, the promoter learned that district attorney Fickert had announced himself to the local church federation which urged him to...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 21 May 1910

RT. TA.SO HERALD Saturday, May 21, 1910 , ' . ., " We Are Exclusive Agents For Tularosa Dressed Chickens Tularosa Ranch Eggs These chickens are dressed the evening before be ing placed on sale, each one is thoroughly inspect ed, therefore you can depend upon them being clean. jSTo cold storage taste; they are sweet, ten der and delicious. The Tularosa Eggs are gathered fresh and each egg is inspected by the Sanitary Poultry farm and cannot be surpassed for fresh ness. Dressed Chickens, each ; - 60c Tularosa Eggs, per doz. . 40c STRAWBERRIES, RASPBERRIES AND BLACKBERRIES Received in ice cold Refrigerators. Fresh and free from dust. Strawberries, 12 l-2e box. Raspberries, 20c Blackberries, 15c per box. Phone 151. 210-212 CIVIC BEAUTY Should be the hobby of every house owner in El Paso. There is no way in which you. can enhance the beauty of your city more than by giving that worn looking house a new coat of Imperal Paint. - $1.80 PER GALLON Tuttle Paint See ITs or Write for Prices on ...

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