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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 May 1910

News Of the Great Southwest EL ews Of the Great Southwest 7 Monday May 23 1910. r . JBELRIOPEQPEETY PORTALES XOW HAS POPUJaATIOX I MOTORCYCLE OAVXERS FORM IIISBEE CLUB OF 2000 nee d Foi Specially TOMORROW 8 Special Dinner Sets ONLY N ot an old pattern in the entire showing which con- sists of eight patterns and about 25 sets of each. Many took advantage of the sale today and tomor- row is your last opportunity to get these values. .II1 ifite .rdimere rree Tomorrow 56 pieces of white Semi-Porcelain. The handsomest shape we ever offered for double the price; sale price the set 50 piece Cottage Dinner Sets carnation and gold' decoration; sale price 50 piece Cottage Dinner Sets yellow roses and gold . decoration; sale price - 100 piece full dinner and Tea Sets beautiful gold edge decoration; sale price - 100 piece full Dinner Sets green and gold lace border decoration; sale price ; . - 50 piece Cottage Dinner Sets gold decoration ; sale price 50 piece Cottage Dinner Sets gold border 7 E...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 May 1910

HERALD 8 Monday May 23 1910. JjjJL A ijiw In $15.00 Our Charge in H "We also treat with the same guarantee of success: CATARRH NERV- OUS DEBLLrrY LOST FUNCTIONS BLOOD POISON IN ALL ITS STAGES SCROFUIaA RHEUMATISM AND ALL PRIVATE DISEASES AND WEAK- NESSES AND THEIR COMPLICATIONS. A. CERTAINTY OF CURE IS WHAT EVERYONE WANTS and while we treat each case on its individual merits taking- into consideration the pe- culiarities and susceptibilities we sometimes meet with cases that have I been neglected so long or worse improperly treated that they have reached an incurable stage these cases we never knowingly accept. NOTICE Tie above "four day cures" require at least one visit to our office otherwise"' it is not necessary. OUR BOOKS Skin Kidney Rectal and Bladder Diseases Chronic Diseases Diseases of Men Diseases of Women "WH1 b sent to any address in a plain sealed envelope FREE of charge provided you mention this paper and inclose four cents the actual cost of postage. They -win prove i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday May 23 1910. 9 mi m f If ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. Y OU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOTJT 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 RESORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE. SBwfefesgSjajwr u " -r y-. 1 3W8wB" VtaSv i Iflttf THE California Coast. 400 rooms. FIRE- J-3. M Kr-yt'-yMAiW ''fcfe'V I 3 II' I 'hfw' r. .;. at t. m In y) proof spend your summer vacation L Iv?aPiitn&5ffl!iB-;tQT. I B !$!&$' reateSC iTlOUIitain fa g LfAf at this handsome hostelry overlooking the broad EH-&'i i W$mM T xL w T t '1 I J Pacific Ocean from where comes the gentle .rK BT- E-Jz?.:. triLaLLCt:la J& I jjj IfiiflW intne VYoria 1 I I j cool sea breeze that give LONG BEACH the AftSj HJrr ''jzfHJ&SKtif&M'-'-& "- S file 1 1 1& ' 1 most equable climate or CA...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 May 1910

EL FASO HERALD 10 ITondar Jlav 23 1910. NORTH SIDE SOUTH SIDE in fact all around town you will find vacant houses and flats if you go house hunting. 4 The easiest way is to read the "For Rent Houses and Flats-' columns. They are all advertised in The Herald. i i ' ' . " v 9 HI -f-rl II iJiMBS r ! i i FOR SALE CITY LOTS J PERSONAL. .T. A 'K-T'hfr is a letter in the cen- eral delivery for you at El Paso. Shots. LOST FOUND. PHYSICIAN'S CASE STOLEN from buggy near "Watson's. Liberal reward on return. No questions. Dr. H. F. "Wright over "Watson's store. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED mALE. TTAVTRn Salesman in linen and cot ton goods department. The Economist Albuquerque N. M. TELEGRAPHY IS dUICKLl. learned; great demand for operators; situation sure; expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college Dallas. Texas. ! A iriRSTCLASS FLU3D3ER WANTED Eagle Cornice "Works and Plumbing Shop Tucuincarl N. M. WANTED 2 mine level bosses 10 pesos; 2 mine tlmbermen Mexico $S pes...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 May 1910

'N L paso heral: Monday May 23 1910. II FOE SALE REAL ESTATE. To STOCKS AND BONDS COPPERS GRAIN AND PROVISIONS LIVESTOCK WOOL AND COT- TON. One Cent a No Ad. Less Tha 25c k7&f bO J. HP I s too Late Classif vToo Late to Classif v Financial and Commercial & Wo 5250 A LOT FOR LOTS AT THE HEAD OF MONTANA ST. We have 16 of these lots 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. -.m-T PRETTIEST LOTS IN THE EAST END. WM. 3IOEL.1jI1 Herald Building. WANT A HOME? . We have a very large list of desir- able property for some of which we are 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 v.e couldn't possibly advertise everything we have. t c. 5 room cottage. Rio Grande at 6 room cottage. Kio Grande S t 5 room cottage. 1000 block of An zona St- only $3650. 8 room home Rio uranue ou 7 rooms home Montana bt. only...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 May 1910

12 Monday May 23 1910. :erald Yarnioutli Bloaters per can .- 35c Herring in " La-Sardine" style j)er can 35c Herring in tomato sance per can 25c & 35c Preserved Bloaters per can 35c Mackerel in tomato sance per can 25c Broiled Mackerel per can 35c Genuine Frankfurter Sausage per can 35c Cape Shore Corned Cod per can 20c Dried Boneless Herring in glass jars 15c Shredded Codfish in glass jars - 15c Codfish Balls per can 20c !Fi'esh Haddocks per can 35c . Fresh Mackerel per can 35c Fish Balls in Fish Bouillon cans . .- 25c Finnan Haddock per can 35c Ferndell Crab Meat per can 50c Tresh Strawberries Kaspberries and Blackberries Tularosa Spring Chickens and Eanch Eggs WATSON'S GBOOEBIES ARE FAMOUS FOE QUALITY. jN ews- revities Train Bulletin. The train of the Texas & Pacific due to arrive in El Paso Monday at 11:40 a. m. Is reported one hour and 50 minutes late. All other afternoon and evening' trains entering' El Paso are reported on time. Didn't Fly Back. Dover Eng. May 23. On ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

V EI Paso Tezas Tuesday Evening May 24 1910 --- 10 Pages AH the New Herald Prints It First While It's Fresh. MANY LIVES LOST TWO STEAMERS IN COLLISION U I L IN LAKE ACCIDENT Jujaj F jttK8 di&M J&Mfn5 Jmmtm w ' mu f 1 i 1 I i i J ! Tort Huron. Mich. My 24 The stealer JamM B. Wood of the Gilchrist fleet and the steamer Frank H. Goodyear men collided in a dense fog yesterday morning 35 miles north of Point Aux Ba-qucs in Thunder bay. It was reported at first that 19 les had been lost a the Goodyear sank oon after the collision but It Is known that six members of the crew Including captain F. R. Heminger were rescued b3 the steamer Wood and taken to Port Huron. The steward the steward's mother and a wheelman arc among the saved. v A number of the Goodyear's crew are said to have been killed by falling ... . .. . x..i f-wi-ir. Tii! t-ti hv n fall- hatches. The baby of the uoouycar s cook Ins hatch and lost. It Is helloed others of the crew were rescaea ny me siemu ... .. ..- Siem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

mmmam MMmiM- f W&-&3&2 m & is :. a i si- kc I l W bp ntyiBingfHi-cg jsl g Jg nh rT r II ..:. W fta; I Oil $altf Msr 9fk I an&dison list. Ech more reasons for having an Edison Phonograph in your home. All of the besf music that has ever been published and "all that ever will be published as fast as it comes out you can have in your home on Edison Amberol (four minute) and Edison Standard (two minute) Records. Think of all the Records you have missed think of all the Records on this list and of all the lists to come why there are thousands of reasons for having an Edison Phonograph in'your home 1 Ask your dealer to play these new ones for you: Amb OS 423 Data Dear OleJDeys. . .United States Marine Band The Garden ef Ross. . . -Jos Maxwell and Chorus Larboard Watek Stanley and Gillette Wheat He Sings toe Sengs my Mother San? to Me AdaJoaesaadCherM T&Y Hcro(frosi tie Chocolate Solfiier) Marie Florence The Gensan 5th. -Josle Sadh Oae Mare Day's Work for Jesus Miss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

iaqa HEIi-AXD Tucsda May 2 im' e Herald's Sporting Mews 3 The Herald's Sporting News .li .uiuJUw.Eim: r.mis t.ifni i t i--wm.i Su I UU Lti 111 I? L y y 8 L By iV. M. Walker clad players when they come over this -tveelt. Having taken four straight from Cananea El Paso's hardest nut in the past. Bisbee comes with a record which inmmiris attention and respect. It also GEYHENIEX won't do. Not that the little fellow with the nasal tenor xoice is not on the square. Xc:tler Is it because he does not know tl-e game. It's his size that is " d trimming- for Bisbee's bunch is h-ai He does not have the phy l altogether too fast for this little J bacK up nis aeciswus In each game that he lias officiated in. there has been seme disagreement over the umpire .s work and little Goyheniex usually came - f tii iiM;inTi secona oesi. xie ong league. Bisbee is due for a trimming and the painful duty devolves upon father El Paso to chastise the klddo of i.1.. -!. c Tzorno tr fhs tune of three 111C a.tu j....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

RLA Tj'O May 24 1910. The Herald's Sporting News 1 The Herald's Sporting News Tuesday r i i . r??'x "v r is at nrsi iou uon 1 Try -Hundreds of people start Savings Accounts at the bank every year. Many of them succeed in building 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't 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. VVVSVyVAjr'V(VV'VVMV'VW'V'VNrfVWVVW" By Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow A JWVjVVWAWWWSWWWWWAWAWrtWAWV WHWWWW"WWWlVWVVWVS"i SYNOPSIS OP PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. Howard Jeffries marries waitress while at college and is disinherited oy rich father. Stepm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

V r f ews r me ureas touiiiwesi ERu4l"LT) Tuesda i7 24 i9io. News Of the Great Southwest Pi Hi fcfefcMMWaBatf.tJlJ!ftWW.TiBTCT!gBai3l THE APPROVAL of the most EMINENT PHYSICIANS and its iWORLD-WIDE ACCEP1MCE by the WELL-INFORMED BECAUSE US COMPONENT PARTS ARE KNOWN TO BE MOST WOLES OME AND TRUBT BENEFICIAL INEF- 1 FECT -HAW GIVEN TO &71G& JBMKIK or SENNA THEHRST POSITION AMONG ESMIIY IAXAHYES" JO HAVE USD TO US GENEKAL USAGE TYUHL THE MOST UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION. ALVmSBUTTHEGmDINE Manufactured BYTHECAUFDRNIAnQSYRUPCai PORSALE BY ALLLEADINGDRUGGISrS OnesizeonlyRecular price 50r per bottle S. i. $M M A ri 3&&fi r& st iMi DEAD BABY IS FOUND IN BISBEE Child Has Close CaU From Death Che wing- Matches. Eisbee Ariz.. May 24. The body of an infant boy -wrapped in papers Tvas found in the vault of a dry closet on Mason hill by two boys who -were play- ing: near that place. The verdict of Development Company Mak- ing Progress Will Bore Artesian Well. Valentine Tex. May 24....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

AGAZINE PAG I Tuesday May 24 1910. EDITORIAL AN EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. 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. NEWSP. FDBITSKERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Clas3 Bates. 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 HERALD TELEPHONES Society Reporter Advertising- department ......... .-...- TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month" 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year $t. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Bliss 'and Towne. Texas and Cludad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -will please state In his communication bot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

7 tJzkJsLAjk-J Tuesday May 24 -1910. el r B KJ &l TUlf fcT fcLJI J" "Ok fitr K fB&3K$aHijt-pi titSSJSSS&k llk guarantee against ahnn iiilR mining AXD OIL. NEWS. 11 "Many Forgotten Claims Are Producers Companies Start Development. The Steeple Rock mining district is the scene of much activity at this time and it is a striking illustration of the ' revival of an old almost abandoned dis- trict. Twenty-five years ago it had a boom when the Carlisle mine was the talk of the country. Then the boom died and the Carlisle was almost for- gotten. Now people have invaded the strict which now has the vantage of railroad facilities. They hae .he os?moaern methods of ore treatment and an abundance of capital. The new era has dawned. . X K. Falrbanlc Oecc Ovraed aline. This district is 1$ miles east of Dun- can L the rarest railroad station St it is In the extreme west part of but It is in Mi steeple Rock 1 "in U district and riecteaOmp mm. -rtW. . n till 1894. The mtae Ponced dur- in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

RALD 8 Tuesday May 24 1910. JLJ PERSONAL. J. A. F There is a letter in the gen- eral delivery for you at El Paso. Shots i LOST FOUND. LOST SATURDAY AFTERNOON 520 check made to Maria Keardon b.. Cananea bank. Endorsed by Maria Reardon L. B. Saeng and El Paso Tent & Awning Co. H. J. Collins. Return to H. J. Collins. Reward. FOUND Bicycle. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this notice. Atlas Brick Co. PHYSICIAN'S CASE STOLEN from buggy near Watson's. Liberal rewrird on return. No questions. Dr. Ii- -b-Wright over Watson's" store. s .-- " Help and -Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WAIiTSD SLAX2- W ANTED Experienced automobile mechanics. Christy Automobile Co. 615 N. Campbell. WANTED Assistant bookkeeper and stenographer; male. Must give refer- ences. Apply to A. H. Hilton Mercan- tile company San Antonio N. M. WANTED AT ONCE Experienced tank builder; teams and tools furnished if necessary. Silas King. Kent Texas. WANTED Salesman In linen and cot- ton goods ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

PASO HEUALB Tuesday May 24 1910 i - - - - - ..I - i Too Late To Classify Too Late to Classify A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent In care of The Herald office were awaiting- the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week after being bulle- tined: A. 316 P. B. M. B. 341 R. P. B. B. S. C- M. E. 40 Z. 244 G. 103 Salesman H. B. May J. M. L. Seamon J. 345 332 M. R S. 305 M. 103 FOR KEXT Desirable cottage close In 5 rooms. Auto. 1617. ktit? AT."R"PtrKtolns?5 restaurant com plete 2 ceiling fans; good trade? Very ' cheap for cash. 207 J3. uvenana. L003IIS BROS.' NEW LOCATION Corner St. Louis and Stanton Sts. Real estate and insurance. EYE TROUBLE? Ask egall. WANTED Man who can lay carpet and linoleum. El Paso Household Furnish- ing Co. WANTED To rent furnished home to healthy family for month of June. 225 Porfirlo Diaz Ave. Mundy Heights. DRILLERS VENTED Cyclone and Star machines; pay $5. charge $1 a day board; steady job for a good man. In r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 May 1910

lERALB 1C Tuesday May 24 1910. Goo EL a Bll o p-t III ? T Yarmouth Bloaters per can . 35c Herring in "La-Sardine'' style xoer can 35c Herring in tomato sauce per can 25c & 35c Preserved Bloaters per can 35c Mackerel in tomato sauce per can 25c Broiled Mackerel per can 35c Genuine Frankfurter Sausage per can 35c Cape Shore Corned Cod per can 20c Dried Boneless Herring in glass jars 15c Shredded Codfish in glass jars . . .'. 15c Codfish Balls per can 20c Erpsh Haddocks peiAcan ' 35c Fresh Mackerel per can ' 35c Fish Balls in Fish Bouillon cans 25c Finnan Haddock per can 35c Femdell Crab Meat per can . . ."? 50c Fresh Strawberries Raspberries and Blackberries Tularosa Spring Chickens and Ranch Eggs WATSON'S GROCERIES ARE FAMOUS FOR QUALITY. Phone 151. 210-212 LIGHT COOL BpD ROOMS. Tend to make summer nights a pleasure. We are offering exceptionally beautiful pat- terns this season at moderate prices. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Tattle Paint See Us or Write for Prices on Hammock...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

EI Paso Texas Wednesday Evening May 25 1910 --- 16 Pages RULERS ALL WERE Herald Prints It First ii B . While It's Fresh. SnM0fll imSmEmaettm ! THESE AT FUNERAL OF KING EDWARD WATERS OF A Third of the. Insane De- pendents Brought to Their Downfall "by Liquor. SPEAKER MAKES THIS DECLARATION St Louis Mo. May 25. Excessive use of alcohol -was" charged "with one-third of the insane dependents between 30 and 40 percent of all epileptic cases and from 40 to 50 percent of all cases of im- becility in the United States by Bailey B. Burritt assistant secretary of the State Charities Aid association of New York in an address before the National Conference of Charities and Correction here this morning. Mr. Burritt also stated that 60 percent of the total num- ber of arrests in the state of Massa- chusetts for the year 190S were due to public intoxication. "The almost universal practice of treating drunkenness solely as a penal problem -with no medical aspect and of fining" persors convicted of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

The Heral d's Sporting Mews s . mpzrm ia-ai- A' tJSjJ" 0i ihin; To Eat" 1 A 9 BjfTlL'.ly 4g in fH H Tuesday's Results ! b-H SLig!-& JLiWH i T i t to li II I i I i n' asg&s- An appeal to stay the imposition of forcing collection of Outrageous and Ruinous Fire Insurance Rates has been sent to the governor. He may and may not grant the petition. In the meantime we are not taking chances but continue to reduce our immense stock of Class Clothes consisting of these makes: Adler Rochester Society Fashion Fad Kaufman Pre-shrunk and others at the phenomenal low profit of above actual cost price. Slashing of regular prices on Furnishings Hats Shirts Neckwear Trunks Bags &c is in connection with this forced reduction sale. Notice Prices In Our Show Windows s Our Qualities Rank the Highest in Town Union Clothing Co. i "BEST BY TEST" i HELD OX CHARGE OP j Marshall Jackson the negro charged with the murder of Madison Graham his brotherinlaw on the night of May 20 was given a prelimin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

S TT JHl1Btj4 1LJD Vcchicsciay. May 25 1910. The Herald's Sporting News 3 The Herald 's Sporting Mews T7 T "Si & Hi VISIT Scott & Thornton s HL HT T H W T i Everything For Men 215 San Antonio St. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Arctic or Matador Brand Lard Compound the Pure Vegetable Lard Manufactured by El Paso Refining Co. El Paso Texas. kg jf H JtW-. . At WHOLESALE COST AND LESS I Men's Shoes i I Odds and Ends of broken j I lines to close out cheap I Patents Kid and Calf I J Leathers S 1 $4.09 Grades $2.95 I $3.50 Grades $2.45 I I Here's Your Chance ! j 1 ! Shoe Company ' J j Willi tiiiiliiLnD Ben Lomond Cal. May 2o. -With his various boxing- partners Jeffries yester- day went 11 rounds affording much amusement for the spectators. The heavyweight felt very happy singing and whistling at his work. Trainer Sam Berger went two rounds and Bob Armstrong was good ior three. There was some rip an& tear work with brother Jack and Joe Choynski. who re- tired with a broken tooth and a bad ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

L PASO HERALD 4 TTednesdav at command to secure the elecum of . ll jj I f T W f I fi! 1 H g A great-many men will honestly confess they don't know clothing quality whether it's all wool or isn't. Yet all men do know when a pattern suits them but for its wearing quality they must depend upon the dealer. Our clothing is hand tailored from the fin- est Ajnerean English and Scottish woolens. We guarantee them and besides us the man- ufacturer stands behind every garment we sell. x So your only concern when you buy at this reliable -store is to choose a pleasing pat- tern and secure a comfortable fit. Our sales- men know how to fit you whether you're ath- letic lean fat-or .tall. BLUME NTHAL' 3 H Everything to Wear for Men and Boys At the Blumenthal Corner. Not how cheap but how good. H m ' H Will Not Give Up Without a Scrap Many of Their Leaders Speak on the Question. Cincinnati Ohio May 25. Opposition to the prohibitionists and the anti- saloon league is the "war cry of the Na- tional ...

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