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Page 77 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

L PASO HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. S: 'mjljpVim - - M.$mk i Of Interest Z5 o KiYll,a UULaJaAi ISllMS3sRi2si f E8 ine rarer ooa jLawsLJo ivor - If ; Apply to Poultry and, Eggs I; Aw n I Hi I MWWSH - B I tJk U"-' 4 '7 Si - BR Mountain Park Farm Eggs For Sale At Nations You Can Apply COMMON SENSE Mountain Park - Farm Eggs For Sale At Nations' The medical fraternity and scientists at large have recently interested themselves in protecting the public on poultry and eggs. This has led to the establishing along the most modern and sanitary lines, of model poultry farms. The most perfect one of these in the vicinity of El Paso, is the MOUNTAIN PARK POULTRY FARM This farm is located at Mountain Park, New Mexico, in the Cloudcroft country. It is managed by an expert in the poultry business, and stocked with healthy specimens of pure blooded white and brown Leghorns. The poultry houses are set in order each morning. Particular Attention is paid to the feed -only the best quality grain and...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 78 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

10 Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. I s Devon Until You Come and Se e Them H You just can't believe the values we are giving unless you come and see for yourself. Our big sales in the past have been wonders, but this Re moval Sale surpasses them all. We must move, and all goods must move before we do. Come now and, at Removal Sale prices, buy anything in our still immense stock. Nothing is reserved. Men's Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Women's Hose, Women's Underwear, Shoes-for everybody, Piece Goods, Household Supplies all must be sold before March 1st., Three Bis Removal Sale Suit Values $12.50 Suits at $5.90 Suits made of cashmeres and worsteds in an endless variety of rjattems. Some are single, some double breasted; all are worth $12.o0.; Eemqv al Sale price is choice forr. m to $15 Suits ai ,$7. Every style of the season is in this lot. These suits are made of all favored suit ma terials? including cashmeres and worsteds. Regular $12.50 to $15 val ues; Removal Sale price. . $15.00 to $1...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 79 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. 11 THIS MAP SHOWS THE EXACT LOCATION OF ALL ADDITIONS TO LAS CRUCES u sEL PASO HERALD u HBBIHHIIHHiHHHHBiEiHHIHHBHSBiHHHIHIHHBBHHI K5 dH3HHHBHHiBIIHHHHHHHHBBHi9BHHIHHHI . " ' " I TH v . i ' Which W Show Yoy Ex GRAND VIEW SUB-DiVESION Of Las Cruces Is Located ee How Close it Is s TO THE Center of Las Cruce TO THE Lorettq Academy TO THE Santa Fe Depot TO THE Main Business Street r " Watch For Date of Big Excursion BOX" q V aa&adXYSrl .n V -e t Mil x. rj .jit- r-- x -. x - . r? ,Mk X ' -i h- X po X, S5; s 1r ill v t &r for- 36 6 . - YaK Jtf ,. In 1 C. - v gSL Jjgij E 7 COLOUR G?Ar J42 L-x Vi Cwffi) I I GO SL d you will see how inevitable is future of this erty- a short time VERY foot of round in this B-DIViSlON must, of neces sity, he worth many times the price you can buy it for now. Five Biocks From ain Business Street r. OF LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO - . In the judgment of sound, level-headed business men, the sub-division we are now putting on the mark...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 80 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. VdA HOKSEj ' DOGGIE' IWHEE'. OApJ HANG ONl ' 2 ItHERE Wm) & tOME FlWfl IISjggIeJ r r V pAJRUING. AND I'LL -J VDErIJ IT J pr I ETOUT gfl QO WAY fWHATS THE J If (THIS IS A GOODTHlNC'.H 11 I I JHl$ 1 oST f &ACI0US SHE HA$ h HERE J rr, J1 ioU i matter with f J U thrown out of m i ULJVH rx scalding 1 scalded pretty) I 1:: Iyou MUTT W p-HrmongreM Yoii, oear.are bi JpL.. own house', iu jistj , R&'i f .. A me f near all the fur , fT iliu u. IPHHBBgHSl nrr ,w (ohT he'll be " "If rat's, n'oi farawaT hamt I FIX UP XOUK ftHEREirHEREfi HEgE I AMI BfB?' TV Jk II DOrtT HMAMS Ct X- fr4 AW,EcJJ-JJm U ' uPJ IKE MUSI HAVE GQtK) PLATE WITH SOME OP Cr-iuT BATS HERE'S , Ugsl ERES PAPA. YEs! flK li THOSE KjJ.y. PSrm ?PNPT5 Bfesyv HheummbehomeJ pa was here ouT foka minute, these nice fresh sao- jT. but 1 ?APA, oorrf cKT W T0LD Yoa. LA5T NI6KT. ID m CAMSAGfAB-VMWHERE H SWER MY C- WHERE Dip jXx -JpoNT WORRY. HE'S J UacES. DEAR. AREN7HJ01 F EEL so miH DR...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 81 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

L PASO HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910c 13 LIVE EL TAT DEAL E CATTLE. HOCS. ETC. .LIVESTOCK FOK SALE. 1000 each 1, 2, 3 and 4 year old steer 300 to 150o cows. 300 to 2D0O stock cattle. Registered and thoroughbred bolls for sale; also- horses and mules. We buy and sell all kinds of live stock. PIT3IAN LIVESTOCK CO. 223 Trust Building. Auto. Phone 2063. For other advertisements see Late to Classify" columns. 'Too POTJLTRY, STC. FOR OXE MORE WEEK Conkey's lay ing Tonic Is offered for free trial Dy 131 Paso Grain Co. Get your hens lay ing. EfiGSRnv tftfe unnor rnllpv ranch? line place for poultry; half mile from 6tation; 10o acres alfalfa; fruit ana grain, livestock and equipment. $11,002. good terms. Address Owner 1G7, care Herald. FOR SALE OR TRADE BY OWNER New 3 room cottage, $150 down, $25 per m")nth; trill trade equity in house or lot3 or valley land. Pfoone 2397. TrtiESjSMAKINa DRESS3L1KIXG Miss Hilbert, 317 E. Boulevard. TYPEWRITERS. OLIVER TYPEWRITER XO. , never been used; also ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 82 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 14 Wednesday, Jan. 12, 191u. Too Late To Classify One Cent a Word. 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 2ater than one -week after bein? bulle tined: C. T. F. 208 F. 350 P. 213 H. C. T. C. J. 355 T P- M. M. 76 X. M. G. Engineer IC. 133 Permanent O. 164 263 O. 158 205 P. 213 216 P. 188 99 REFRIGERATOR Cost $29, 100 lbs. capacity, 100 lbs. ice. like new, $la, -$12 lawn mower. $6: healthy pa-"". $3.50; mission and oak furniture 11K new. 1212 Montana. ATTOMOBILE SACRIFICE $1300 ftv passenger Reo touring car. top, cur tains, gas lamps, just painted. Su j Take lot part payment, cisco. Phone 1617. 121 San Fran- j IRRIGATED MOUNTAIN FAR-MS. ! The Sacramento mountains, in utero . county N. M., possess the finest climate , .i,'.T,.ocf Tt it mostly a fruit' ss tlie linest umuo-iv , It is mostly a fruit ; .. aH slin5 carloads of finest fruit every year. There is an ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 83 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

"Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. 15 TO WORK ON THE ESTRELLA MINE r EL PASO HERALD r v. Men's Shoes Patent, kid, calf and tan leathers, button and lace, 20 styles to pick Irom, 3.50, ?4.00 and LITTLE FOLKS COLORED TOP SHOES $1.25 and $1.50 fe Old Sloop Of ' HP lo Put in Commission in 1800 , and Has Taken Part in Many Memorable Bat tles Since Then. OFTEN GAPTUBED SHIPS OF GREAT ER ARMAMENT Por Last 12 Years Has Been Used By Massachusetts Nautical Commission. Boston, Mass., Jan. 12. Within the next few days the old loop of war Enterprise is to be burned ,on the beach et Point of Pines for the metal used In its construction. With Its destruc tion will pass from the United States pavy one of the few vessels of the old navy which aided In establishing the in dependence of this country, and Its tak ing the place in ithe fore as one?1 of the greatest of the maritime powers of the -world. The Enterprise was put in commission in 1S00, and was in many memorable battles. Few vessels of the navy have ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 84 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 16 Wednesday, Jan.J.2, 1910. - Extra! Extra! 'Fruit-of-the-Loom' Mus lin; White Sale basement special. 12 yards for .... m Has WHITE SALE. ' T - L 7 K wmwmv Soap Special We know it is rather unusual to include soap in a White Sale But this value 'is so unusual and, "bein" in keeping with the rest of the White Sale values, Ave must include it. These are full size bars of Olive Oil Castile Soap. Each bar cuts into 12 cakes of the ordinary size. A Thursday special at a bar 39 Cents (On sale in Toilet Article Section) White Sale of White Goods It would be a wise idea to provide now for spring needs. Spring sewing will soon be under way and the present White Sale will, certainly, sup ply everything needed. The following list of specials is, of course, not complete. But it should induce you to be a shopper here tomorrow. ' ENGLISH LONG CLOTH TUSORINE LAWN Extraordinary values for this week. Seven special A silk finished Lingerie Cloth, for waists and lots. Come in 12 yard p...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 85 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERAU3 Capitol, Office Buildings and library Represent an Expenditure of $30,000r 000 May Besurface the Capitol. (By Prederic J. Haskin). ITH the capitol, Miie house and the senate office building's, the congressional library and the new heating- plant, congress, directly and indirectly, occupies buildings rep resenting: an expenditure of 30,000,000. The equipment of the national Amer ican legislature has come, by gradual growth, to be an estate of magnificence. The British parliament ranks next to the American congress in. the splendor and beauty of its buildings, yet the London establishment cost but 15,000, 000. The homes of the French chamber of deputies, the German reichstag and other continental parliaments are not nearly so large. Over 1400 Separate Rooms. The American legislative plant is so much larger than the ordinary visitor to "Washington imagines, that very few persons appreciate its immensity. The bjlldings occupied and used by con gress, including the library...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 86 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

y s .tie iidiiipiOiis in oporc r or t-iie . i ear just wioseci HEAVYWEIG3 PLANE Jeffries and Johnson Due to G-et Busy in Training Camps. New York., an. 12. TVJth the beginning- of the new year both Jeffries and Johnson are mapping out " a long training campaign -which they expect will fit them for the heavyweight cham pionship battle wnen tney meet in the ring on July 4. In this respect the ne gro titleholder has taken the initiative and has already outlined roughly how, when and where he will do thebulk of his conditioning. Jeffries has not as yet made a definite-statement relative to his training plans. It is known that he anticipates spending a month or more in mountains of the far west previous to settling down to. routine work. During this "back to nature" jaunt Jeffries will hunt and fish and take long tramps through ithe mountain wilds. It is during this primitive session of living that he hopes to lay the foundation for the more gruel ting work which will come when he es tab...

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Page 87 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

TTedncsdav, Jan. 12, 1910, 19 g,M IJT TOBErraiK-wSgZiW EL PASO HERALD Kt . . . i i ii ii in iiiiimiiim ! ii i ii i i hi i m i i hwwi i i) i i i MK"i mMMI H "-?-tgJBq-iti.fcMiJ-"i"i'";!fcvg""'Kir " -oxn-3-m C at. ,-. .a . tr . i-,- rrrv ti in 5- TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN DISAPPOINTED BY UNSKILLED SPECIALISTS AND INCOMPETENT DOCTORS, TO ALL WHO HAVE SPENT MONEY WITH THOSE WHO TREAT BUT SELDOM CURE, TO ALL INTELLIGENT SICK PEOPLE, THE FAIRNESS OF THE ABOVE OFFER WILL APPEAL. HAVING- LONG SINCE PASSED THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE IN OUR CAREER AND KNOWING TO A MATHEMATICAL AC CURACY THE RESULTS OF OUR EXCLUSIVE METHODS IN THE TERATMENT OF CERTAIN DISEASES. WE CLAIM, AND WITHOUT FEAR-OF SUCCESSFUL CONTRADICTION, THAT OUR SPECIAL SYSTEM TREATMENT WILL CUBE WHERE ALL OTHERS FAIL. AVE 3IAKE A THOROUGH, PAIXSTAKtXG, SCIEN TIFIC EXAMINATION AND ANALYSIS OF EVERY CASE AND AVE CHARGE NOTHING TO DEMON STRATE TO YOtJ "WHAT OUR SPECIAL TREAT MENT IS AND PROVE TO YOU BEYOND AL.L REA SONABLE DOUBT ITS AC...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 88 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

it PASO HERALD 20 Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. Many Social tibf In Card Circles " Reply To an Advertisement Need Glasses? Use Two By Gcrrlt Smith. m , . a ?. ? & XV omens (US Afford Much Social - Gaiety 0 H rftfP i Do You iiupmi wmim . , i n ' m t nw You have only a limited time in which to get the exceptional bargains we are of fering in our Bans Mit 'Em Shoe Sale. Why wait till the sizes are broken, when you can get the pick of our stock right now at a great reduction. Be on hand this week, bring along father and the children and save enough to get several extra pairs of shoes. Our reputation stands behind every pair sold and your money will be cheerfully refunded if your purchase is not satisfactory to you after you reach home. Tpe ri o llEi? x .O.VL& AVJ-iS. Edwin grades rg & x.u All nj grades fe t te i i& I RAUS MIT 'EM j Laird, Schober $8.00 Bronze &A Button Shoes; extra, special... Laird, Schober $6.00, $5.50 and $5.00 and Suede High and Low Shoes; extra spec...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 89 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. -21 Kdm&Za&I'x&X- iSSk m ira xtra Specials Merchandise Uncle ew 11 L PASO HERALD &m, r - , : : 1 vfCA mm ii !!! . . 91 m m n ai IB 1 TZ ZZZZZZZZZZZ 1 me a no ueoanoao THOSE WHO APPRECIATE TIME AHD MONEY. Taking: advantage of the little opportunities as they come opens the way for greater achievements. Both time and money ar valuable. Now is the time to open an account with the American National Bank. 4 Percent Interest Paid. On Certificates of Deposit. Capital and Surplus $240,000,00. Barefoot- Dancer Shocks Boston Boston society was surprised recently by the announcement that JIme. Plerrefeu, a member of the distinguish-ed Tudor family, whose romances are part of the history of England and this country, will soon appear on the vaudeville stage in. a daring classical barefoot dance. Mme. Plerrefeu will make her debut at Jordan hall, Bosto n, and staid, Puritanical Bostonians are anxiously waiting for her first appearance, which is set for Fe...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 90 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

L PA 22 Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. Lry Is rcHr?!!:. ws MfKX.K- ? i, 7"'fafcT. TM.'Vfc I-7w. -Mvv. V-y I locomotives j ft sWBBBBfcBBci'SA v5i. - jibftw " nJw.- av Electric Block . Signal Safetr asd Comfort Washington, Oil Burning Locomotives W) oJlbuiwhmq tni 1 11 LocofcamyES I t -A 530K 7 Vi Eeport of Patients Treated and Eelief Given in December. The directors of the El Paso Health league held a meeting Tuesday in the rooms of the Y M. C. A. The president, E. M. Bray, -was In the chair, and Mrs. J. A. Potter, Dr J. A. Samaniego, Rev. Martin Zlelonka, Robert A. Moore, J. K. Kat ons and the superintendent, Miss H. Grace Franklin, -were present. The su perintendents reported work for the month of December, as follows: Patients in charge, 79; new cases opened, 17; cases closed, 14; returned to home town, 11; transferred from clin ic, 8. - Nationality of patients, American, 39; Mexican, 31; Russion, 3; German ; Austrian, 3; Pole, 1. ' Number of cases placed in hospitals: Hotel Dieu, 1; c...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 91 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

Jli PASO HERALD "Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. v MIBIIM1 . II - 1 l-l. I I I I I I ! . . .. ,, . ,...,, . I .1 . , I - W m !. !- I I I , ! II II W Ngggggg'' ft Twenty Our Eidhi y Operat sin idred Times Each Day Compelled To Report r USY" - I r l S HIS means that twenty-eight hundred futile efforts have Been made to place an order or communicate a message. It means that many institutions have have not sufficient Southwestern Telephone capacity to handle the business offered them. It means that prospective business is being turned down because customers cannot reach dealers promptly by Southwestern Telephc. BY having a sufficient number of Southwestern lines the dealer may always have one door open through which the Telephone customer can enter and place his orders. I tAre Your Customers Being Turned Away? . THERE IS A REMEDY for this state of affairs. La? us straighten you out. 'CALL No. 32. The Southwestern Telegraph Telephone Co i ' J xSSSSgSsrK Millionaire's Daughter Fights To' Free H...

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Page 92 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL 'PASO HESALD 2d Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1910. - - A high class medical and surgical institution. t The best treatment at the .lowest charges. Services and advice free to the poor. Why Neglect Your HeaSth Is your health not the most valuable asset which you possess q. Of course it is, and you therefore most certainly place a value on it beyond any or all of your other possessions. Do you feel that yqur case is beyond medical aid? Have you been disappointed-in your attempts to regain this priceless gift?. You must bear in mind that the human body is a machine, and the most perfect machine ever produced when in perfect health. Jf you owned a man-made 3nachine or engine would you neglect it if it became out of order? Indeed you would not. The first thought vou would have should there be the slightest indication of a loosened bolt would be to have it tightened up so that it would not loosen other parts of your machine, and eventually make a complete wreck of it. These are facts and cannot...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 93 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EI,' PASO HERALD ' M Jan-12-191- 25 Oldest 'Ship That Flies the jr1 " immwm'wvji.m.mM "" ff P" "l,liTnnTr' " " 5? 1 trt 8 i "w t i2k T! S? r a c ! k . .-in-,uiiii!n.,n ''mij'-'-jjJ1- -i"ui.iiiiiliiiiiii in i.u ,rrn'rnTlxirT7iprjir,TTIjr1"'-' Ml1 -i jj44Lw.-w-? 2 !'? - Jill' : ?;" 11 pSH ISlf Mk& xuu iiiLeim iu luvcdi mi i t - - Mfev 1 SiliilP 1UU Cfcl C VJL Le&IIi IU ,J.L TV lId.IL THE TDLXY". 105 YSA3SS QJE., IS 3 "E" 1 W W S 1 ET W i i nit Leai lie uie nan i 224 MESA AVENUE The Schooner Polly Still a Trim and Taut Money Maker, Despite Gen 's Career. WON EASLY LAU RELS AS SUCCESS FUL PRIVATEER Commander Peary and Pa triot Daughters Report ed Rivals in Intention To Purchase Her. Bangor, He., Jan. 12. Polly, aged 105, but trim and taut, despite tthe fact that she is the oldest shin flvine: the stars and stripes, has gone on the Trays staunch and profitable ff the Penobscot tured herself by the frigate, Phoebe. CapL Jed and his men -were taken to England, and were in prison ne...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 94 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERAXD 26 Wednesday, -Jan. 12, 1910. lie Crosses Ocean To Keep NUKOTE FOR FLOORS, FOR FURNITURE, FOR SHELVING, FOR SHOWCASES, FOR CHAIRS, FOR OFFICE DESKS, FOR STAIRS, FOR DOORS, WINDOWS & BASE 75c PER QUART. $2.50 PER GALLON. TUTT LE FAINT GLASS CO. Troth Qf Forty Years Agfo Packed in small kegs, each . 35c I Norwegian Spiced 1 Anchovies P Packed in small kegs, each 35c i p?y S m Ism Holland Herring, per keg . .$1.35 Smoked Salmon, per pound 40c Cross & Blaekwell's fresh Mackerel, cans 25c Deviled Crabs, per can '. . . . 35c EerndelLCrab Meat, per can 50c Soft Shell Crabs, per can 35c Femdell Lobster, per can ;30c and 45c Dunbar's Shrimp, per can " .15c and 25c Minced Clams, per can 15c Ferndell Olive and Vege table Relish 1 A delicious relish for Meats, Sandwiches, etc., g Olive Relish 30c Vegetable Relish, bottle. 35c Fine Home Made Cakes Fig Layer, Chocolate, Caramel, Nut and Chocolate Caramel. We cannot recommend these cakes too highly; each $1.00 50-pound Box C...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 13 January 1910

El Paso, Texas, Thursday Evening, January 13, 1910.-10 Pages All the Xctts Herald Prints It Hi While It's Fresh. Measure Creating Arizona and New Mexico as States Ready for Action. CULBERSON IS IMPROVING- FAST Texan Expects to Create (a Government Good Roads Bureau. Washington, D. C, Jan. 13. Now that the main features of the federal Incor poration bill recommended by the presi dent have become known, a strong dis position is shown bj- members of con gress to insist no. only on a full dis cussion but also on amendments which they believe riv-cessaiy to make the law effective in dealing with gr-at corpora tions. 'nde.il it :s belie, ed that noth ing short of tremendous administra tion influence will enact it into a law. The need of a forfeiture clause by which a corporation persistently violat ing the law can have its charter re voked is declared absolutely necessary. Many congressmen also advocate com pulsory Instead of voluntary federal in corporation. The bill will likely be laid ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 13 January 1910

QFENING- GRAVEL PIT AT VALENTINE 1 BISBEE MINER HAS CAMPBELL ST. Ai ih Prise You We quote the kinds of meat you want at the prices that are light. Particular people who want some- tiling out of the ordinary run of meats can depend always upon having their wants satisfied at .this store. SPECIALS FOR SSl 122c per Glutton Steiv, per lb Pork Sausage, per lb...'. 7c Home Rendered Lard I5c Stetter & Schneider (WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.) Phones: Bell 14; Auto 1014. Bri?htside and His Boy Krs. Jteno Frem Nevada," Tkeir I,atst Tabloid Sketeli. By LaMyette Paries. "S HE "was showered with red roses from the hands of a group of friends on the sta- , piai:f.adf.is?h rrJ CUUU(? - ... room. "Must nave been taking the fatal plunge," comments the heir apparent, firing up the inevitable cigaret. "I thought she was a bride going away on her honeymoon at first," re plies Father, "but on reading further I see that she was coming "back to New York after securing a divorce at Reno. In my time rice, r...

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