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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday May 26 1910. HP"" e HP ! Jl i i isi s i ir a k m. rfflt hhh r 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: B. B. S. C. M. B. 341 Z. 244 E. 40 Salesman G. 103 Fruit Grower H. cz P. City H. C. 369 J P. 332 & M 103 305 R. P. OWNER DESIRES MONEY TO INVEST In business. Wishes to sell new 7 room brick residence 2 lots modern on N. El Paso St. 12 blocks from P. O. at cost price. Only those meaning business should answer. Address 1318 N. El Paso St. to 2 lots can be secured on north side if more space d sired. 5 year terms. NICE FRONT ROOMS with or without board; also pleasant outside rooms; best rates on room and board In the city; near Carnegie Library at tno Maplewood. Phone Bell 1598. FOR SALE OR TRADE-5 south front lots in Highland Park; close in. Phone 2-95. m RENT CHEAP Nice south front room private f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

EL PA.SO HEUALD 10 Thursday Mar 26 1910. 4T1I WEEK Good Things To Eat Yarmouth Bloaters per can 35c Herring in "La-Sardine" style per 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 Fresh 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 Fresh Strawberries Raspberries and Blackberries Tularosa Spring Chickens and Banch Eggs WATSON'S GROCERIES ARE FAMOUS FOR QUALITY. Phone 151. 210-212 RAILROAD NEWS. RAILWAY ACCIDENTS EASILY AVOIDED Superintendent Waid of Gr. EL Says -Simplest Rules Would Apply. "The 3l accidents on railroads dur- ing: the three months ending- December 31 1909 as shown by the accident bulle- tin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

El Paso Texas All the ?ews Herald Prints It First evening May 27 1910 --- 12 Pages While It's Freak. URRDUNDE! RUSSELL IS POISONED FOR SUMS UP IH EALLINGER EVIDENCE IT BLUEF1E Brandeis Attacks the Secre- tary and Says He Is Sub- ject for Criticism. GIVES PRAISE TO MR. PINCHOT "Washington D. C May 27. In sum ming up the case of the socalled "pros- ccution" before the Balllnger-Finehot investigating committee today aUornej Louis D. Brandeis counsel for L.. H. Glavis declared that It has been con- clusively established that secretary Bai- linger Is not a man "so zealously de- moted to the Interests of the common people so vigilant and resolute in re- sisting the insidious aggressions of the special Interests that he may be safely depended on Co carry forward the broad policy of conservation of our national resources. "That he is subject to far severer criticism we firmly believe" added Mr. Brandeis. Mr. Brandeis referred to Mr. Glavis as "The" ideal public servant" and to GIfford Pinch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

1 BARGAIN SATURDAY CC O Q &-ttuAjnii s being "vratclied for more and more eag- 3lYlTl DClHlYuUy erly each week. As we announced in the heginning each Saturday we give customers bargains that are entirely out of the ordinary- Those selected for tomorrow are seasonable and are certainly values you dp not want to overlook. 25 c - Guaranteed Hose Combination fedl $1.50 Values 95c JgM5 fi 1 l I fflr.-V&a In w Combination Suits for summer vrear are amoug the present needs in every woman's -wardrobe. It is a -well known fact tlat we carry the finest line of undermuslins to be found in El Paso. Tomorrow we nialce R special of comibination suits. These are cor- set cover and drawers and corse't cover and skirt several styles to select from. They sell regularly at ?1.50; tomorrow only at Selling a fully guaranteed hose for les than 25c is certainly something uncommon. This is what we do tomorrow. Our fully guaranteed "Biltmonf ' and "Eockwood" Hose in black and iin. full range of size...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

News Of the Great Southwest EL PASO HERALD --- News Of the Great Southwest 3 1910. f lk HI 1 W ITCiw NEVER GOES UP III Everything that I ( i S x sam.e low price The Special Sale Takes Place at 2'jfec T-Bone or Sirloin Steak per lb Roast c Ardoin's Peerless Roll per lb Chuck Steak or per lb EXTEA SPECIAL Our Home Dressed Hens are fast sellers; they go at per lb Plenty of Live Spring Broilers Wlzc M 1 15c V FRESH VEGETABLES Every variety absolutely fresh and fine quality. Berries Strawberries Blackberries Raspberries and Cherries Home grown Asparagus g per bunch wC Large solid Head Lettuce 2 bunches for Mince Meat 3 lbs. for Fine old Potatoes 15 lbs. for Green Table Onions. 2 bunches for O C Our strictly Fresh Eggs as usual 2 doz. for You use Creamery Butter? Sunny Side Special per lb . Phone Bk 800 1-2 M C New Potatoes 10 lbs. for Pickled Onions per pint Wax Beans per lb Peaches the first of the season per lb Young Radishes 2 bunches for Ardoin's Auto Everything that goes into Ice Cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

The Herald's Sporting News The HeraM s Sporting News EL PAS Mav Si 1910. Friday &mtiffi&teis&&m mggm SSg.ttfaV-siA; I mi S ; onnramiBSBifrfll r- - Jl KiH Mmii wc r fill S3 B!MU1 Kill si til AW 1ft i&X ff m &z H &&$ 4 S Delay in getting into our new store and purchasing more than double our usual stock of summer suits vre find we have entirely too many suits. We have gone through our stock carefully and selected suits that belong- ed to -$ie old Bazaar stock and other suits where we have an excess of reg- ular stock. These are summer weight two and three-piece suits skeleton and lined. There are onlv one or two of a kind and sizes Tange from 33 to 44. However our 'strongest argument is the suits themselves. They are now on display in our show windows. Two Lots Are Offered As Follows: Suits and lonp as thev last Lot 1- Lot 2 and as long as they last THE LITTLE RUSTIES. The Lrittle Rustles have played four games this season and never have met defeat. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

Friday May 27 1910. " Friday unci 03XUf ciciy E have many extra values to offer for the two days special. Our second floor offers some handsome values in Dresses at greatly reduced prices SHIPMENTS RECEIVED BY EXPRESS EVERY DAY HHHnHHBW ses In all colors plaids and stripes nicely trimmed and neatly designed. ' See windows. $LA. Q5 9-00 dressed special PTol0 Long Kimonos Just received 'big shipment of beaufciful Kimonos in all colors and extra good values Q r $1-75 kimonos special Short kimonos our $1.00 value for apartment You will find many bargains in the Millinery Dept. this week. We offer some extra good values at sacrifice prices. "We have handsome lines of ladies' trimmed ihats in all colors and shapes. Regular d C QQ $12.00 values for z P0.20 Big lot Sailor Hats the latest in shapes and QQ colors worth from $1.75 to $2.00 special ZG C IfflL I YSLETA CELEBBATES CORPUS CHEXSTI DAY A Birthday Party for M. S. Cadwallader Valley Inn Social Events. j Ysleta Tex. May 21. An elaborat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

AGAZ1NE RAGE Friday May 27 1910. AL AN EL JC Established April. 1S81. Thi- E) Paso succession. The Daily News The Teiegrapn. u.c lwesram. ine uuuuc. The Graphic. The Sun. xtie Aavcuau. j."- inueycuuyuw The Journal. The Republican The Bulletin. ME1I3ER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. SBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the PostoSIce in SI P aso. Tex. as Second Class matter. 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 Society Reporter Advertising department HERALD TELEPHONES. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year. $7. .Weekly Herald per year $-. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. J2ast El Paso rHrt Bliss and Town Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at CO cents a mom.li. A subscriber desiring: the address on his paper changed will please state in his communication both the old and the new address. COMPLAINTS. Subscribers failing: to get The He...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

Friday May 27 1910. ii A straight honest Big Ii healthful eream of - mm ii tartar baking powder II Made from Grapes. II II Contains not a grain a Iffrii of injurious ingredient VwSI 1 CREAM m ljk Fifty Fear JLsw tjK a H 1 1 I 1 JVc JA. nll BBJ S f O ffl f I B ? I a mam Are Protid of Their Eegi- menfc and Hold Records of Service Unimpeachable. Personnel of Battalion. The twenty-third infantry the head- quarters and second battalion of -which now garrison Fort Bliss is one of the best known regiments in the service. It has had splendid service against the Indians and in the Spanish and Philippine wars and many of the mem- bers of the regiment are seasoned vet- erans. All of the enlisted men are look- ed upon by their officers as men of high character and soldierly qualifica- tions and it is said that no regiment was ever In the islands that deported itself better than the 23d either in bat- tle or garrison. Since the arrival of the battalion at El Paso the people of the ity have had o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

ilie Herald's Sporting News L PASO HERALD Mar 27 1910. The Herald's Sporting News Friday e a By T. G. Turner YOUNG FELLOW'S SMART HATS Punch and Is a Winner Iwl Ea!"m 1 9 I DONHT BE SATISFIED WITH I Tin? n&nm &RY Jt&ZZ&w'- "iPf vS$ Men's Fine Balbriggan worth 1.25 a suit - Qfl 7oc sellers doc for 03C three for Men's 'Shirts worth $1.25 and $1.50 for "We are sole agents for the Globe Tailoring Co. They make hand tailored clothes and we guarantee the fit. See Our cott Windows . 215 Vi BASEBALL AT CAttRIZOZO. Carrizozo. N. M. May 27. The Vaughn baseball team will be here Sat- urday and Sunday for two games -with ihe Carrizozo Browns. A dance was given at the opera house for the benefit of the ball team. NEGRO LYXCHED. Montgomery Ala.. May 27. Reports of the lynching of Jeff Matson a negro who murdered deputy sheriff Scott Taylor at the Acton mine were re- ceived late yesterday. ASSAYESS & CHEMISTS Independent Assay Qffio ESTABLISHED 1 883. D. W. Becxhabt. E.M. Propr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

Fridav. Mav 27 191u. y lliJLJ &. C4.K-? N II I .J.1 --I " -' l-J J" - !..--! 'U--' . .JtM I 'I. T 9 iw m 1 111 !- - II I IMIW 1 I) :T - T T3A QA KV J E pH r Irl If 3a 2s J)..ll.!'l.-i.S.lWr..t..l.'L.Jg.'l (( v k i JVbCVJiiwVf 4 1 -jfrLf r7rAr'v-"3eMMi7Dv- . r. - " x v- a. -k-v v-. r . r ' i7' fe-C jJKCjiA&fl V? - ' y j y-irf- r-.... ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. YOU CAN WEAR KNOCX-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT FISH HUNT SAIL OR CAMP PLAY TENNIS GOLF BOWL DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF A MONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA- TURE MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RES ORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE. E3 i!T5 tVe"Ti- r&tSJlLtJ " Wife Greatest Mountain vl If It' In the Yorld ! mm Itt lnl It t T T TlTl l&SSs fiKilli 1 "? stow" MS'y'Ti'""S r rs-w - -C ?KrISSS5'- 'aJ" r . f i - DELIGHTFUL Snrf BatMngr At LONG BE4CH HOTEL YE ALPINE TAVERN SPEND A VACATION A MILE ABOVE THE SEA. VD ENJOY THE MOTTZ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

EL PASO HEBALB V P4TTT.T7 ftfint -RrTP I ; i TC Friday May 27 1010. LOST-r-FOUND. LOST Pin. Crescent with forgetmenot nnH wichhnnc In center. 607 W. Main. Reward. LOST A. trunk of clothes at the Union station 'Saturday receiving by 'mistake a trunk of physician's or dfntits in- struments. Salv. Rojas Vertiz. 13 Juarez Ave.. C. Juarez. LOST Bill book witn bills and bank book on National Bank of Commerce. Phone 3233. East El Paso Fuel Co. Reward. 18 Oil AN CLAUDIO. 75 years. Mexican dark complexion 5 feet tall lame i ii.nrr iff !: room at Calle- jon Hidalgo May 16. and has not been 1 seen since. Notify wiei obum -found. His son. Juan Claudio. will pav for the trouble. Kelp and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED A 1 rock quarry foreman must understand the handling of all kinds of powder thoroughly and must speak Spanish. Apply to C. H. Clark Supt. Lime Stone Quarries. FIRSTCLASS BARBER WANTED D. V. Sanchez Socorro N. M- WANTED A firstclass soda fountain man to ta...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

L EL PASO HERALD Friday May 27 1910. 11 A LETTER FOR YOU. tplles sent in care of The Herald e were awaiting- the 'following ad- sers this morningr. Ehese rrpiies should be called for not r tijan one week after being- buiie- fed: A T. 29 5. B Z 244 IB 341 City E. iij Fruit Grower H. Ac P. Box 27 M. It S. 305 R. P 332 S. C M. 369 1 ALLEY FAR3I Highly improved farm of 33 acres in the valley near San Elizario considered the finest ranch of its size in the county of El Paso. Every foot is in fruit trees alfalfa etc Six room house and all outbuildings. Com- plete with all necessary farm imple ments growing crop etc uniy oouu Present nt income on place $2000 annually. H. L. Hovtcll. 320 HeraIU uuiiuing. Phone 46 2 rings. TEXAS ST. BUSINESS PROPERTY 3S feet close in on Texas at a cut price. Will take In exchange residence build- ing lots or a small well located cot- tage. Present income about $30 month. II. L. Ho en 326 Herald Building. Phone 46 2 rings. EIGHT R003I TWO STORY BRICK The mo?t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 27 May 1910

PASO HERALD au im -- 12 Friday May 27 1910. BLOCKADED Good Things To Eat Tarcnoutli Bloaters per can 25c Herring in "La-Sardine" style per can 35o Herring in tomato sance 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 jFresh Haddocks per can .' 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 Tnlarosa Spring Chickens and Ranch Eggs WATS02TS GROCERIES ARE FAMOUS FOR QUALITY. bBb t ts BaT iM A BE UHv bB as t 4 Y J ass J Phone 151. 210-212 Stock of Pure We carry a big stock of pure in by the ear we can make a Tattle Paint See Us or Write for Prices on Hammocks Water Bags Tents Cots Durham Duplex Razors. and anything in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 May 1910

All the NTCTra El Paso Texas Saturday Evening May 28 1910 --- 26 Pages Herald Prints It First While If Fresh. The Berneyo Wins the Yacht Race Philadelphia To Havana P'MFR sM PHflRPF flF - i. . - . . . . . . mm fill Senator 'Lorimer and Colleague and Governor Whom He Assails Declares Governor Would Blind the People by As- sailing Him. Mccormick wants to control hxm Says Chicago Editor Would Hurt His Bank and Injure Him Politically. "Washington D. C May 28. A stren- uous denial of the charge that he had obtained his seat In the United States senate through bribery and corruption was made before that body today by "William Lorimer of Illinois. His state- ment has been eagerly awaited by his colleagues and the senate was crowded. Concluding Mr. Lorimer offered a reso- lution calling for a senatorial investi- gation of the charges against him. Mr. "Lorimer detailed the facts of the publication In the Chicago Tribune on April lirst of the story over the signa- ture of Charles A. White mem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 May 1910

I Corset Section 1 Accessories I iIILLl! 10111111110 HllL lO U I LO I lllU li V-- -!"" I IIIIIIH w IBM 1111 I II III !! ' - "-" - E ...... a In our CoTset Section among such makes as "Lily of France" "Mo- daxt Front-laced" "Eedfern Wihale- bonc" "Bon Ton" "Warner's Rust- Pxoof" and "Royal Worcester" you wHI be sure to find a summer corset jusit suited to your particular figure- In addition to the ready-to-wear items below we offer next week everything needed in Dress Acces- sories. Particular stress is laid on the fact that summer undermusiins whether combination suits or separ- ate garments should be selected here. oeissinger 1419 Misi. vn str-tt; Tinto Gutierrez 1216 Seventh btret H. Po- ssii. 818 norta El Paso strei L. Gin- aro Manzana. sirev; Robert Z La'Ior. 708 San Antonio street; Praxedis Mor- ales M. B. Philips Lincoln Park; J. Snider 720 Wheeling street; E. D. Wat- kins valley fruit grower; Eartolo Bi- blano 2007 Canal avenue; Tomas Ram- irez 803 Oregon street. rtiBByrf M J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 May 1910

Saturday May 28 1910. 3. ers gave an interesting- map talk. Orange ice and cake were served. Tre class decided to meet vrifx the teacher every Thursday at 9 a. 'm. and bring their needlework. ttrhtIXG JGXITES 3IUXDAY large Implement -warehouses and other property. The loss is about a million dollars. The -warehouses burned are the Rock Island Great Northern Waterbury and Northwestern. The sixth Avenue hotel was practically destroyed.. The Sixth Avenue hotel is the oldest hostelry in the city. The eight story building occupied by the Rock Island Plow company and the Great Western Implement company were totally destroyed also the adjoining- building" was In flames but they were placed under control. Christ Madison iTas seriously burn- ed and may die. The fire started in the Sixth Avenue hotel. The wind carried the flames to the implement company'-s building and Into the St. Paul railroad vards. pany with a capital of 550000 which will build a line from Myrtis La. to Mosley Marion coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday May 28 1910. I IN EL PASO v?? i iUo.?s v t m. our ijwn jl f S3 e We are selling our magnificent stc-k of millinery and pattern hats '(which. have been augmented by the arrival' of over a hundred of the swellest newest "Gage" midsum mer styles) regardless of cost. "Will positively refuse no reasonable offer. We are prepared to make any sacrifice to accomplish this. Please remember we are not offer- ing undesirable sliop-wom goods or showy hats made up for department 'stores fqr show only but tne latest iip-to-tne-iriimite nats m tne market. v Everything Must Go STBEET HATS PATTERN HATS .MESSES1 HATS ' HAIR GOODS FRENCH PLUMES WILLOW PLUMES LADIES HAND BAGS EXTRA SPECIAL- White only. Regular $75.00 value (only 10 in stock) each. FLOWERS FEATHERS RIBBONS VEILING JEWELRY TURQUOISE ETC.. ETC. ETC. Finest male'ostrich willow pinnies full 334nches long bv 22 inches wide black 'and $ Q 9 C A tu WJp The same in all colors and white. 22 inches long by 18 inches wide ip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 May 1910

Saturday May 28 1910. 4- L FASO TTEVR.ATXl J W 4 Kl KLMUM You'll mW ENJOY yMM Your flyJW Vacation pfe EGAL Oxfords Dry Farming; What It Is and What It Is Accomplishing By John T. Burns Secretary Dry Farm Congress because ihey never chafe the heel or pinch but keep yourfeetcool and com- fortable even though you walk climb or stand all day long. Regal quarter- sizes afford you the same excel fit as made-to-measure shoes. Comeinfora perfect-fitting pair of Regab before you start on your vacation and your pleasure will not be marred by foot-troubles. Lerner f?P Shoe :p CO $Q50 H-f5M 215 LV'vvvgA S EI $400 C;!K Hi $500 X KR.OST AT M.VTHILL BrT RAIA IS NEEDED 3IORE Utile Daraasc to Growing: Crops; Rnnj?e Reported Generally Dx-; Mountain Steers Plnced on Pasture- May hill . N. iL May 28. The slight frost here did not do much damage. There has been no rain as yet and stockmen are getrlng' discouraged. John Prude of the Guadalupe moun- tains drove 200 fat yearling steers to the Flying H past...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 May 1910

EDITORIAL AN MAGAZINE PAG Saturday May 28 1910. Established April. 1S81. The El Paso Herald includes aiso. by absorption and succession The Daily News The Telegraph. The Telegram. The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent. The Journal. The Kepublican. The Bulletin. 5TEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS .VXD A3IER- 'EWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the Postoffice in El Paso Tex. as Second Class matter. 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 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month 60c; per year. 57. Weekly Herald per year ?-. The Dailv Herald is delivered by carriers in Ei Paso. East El Paso tort Bliss and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexieo at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state in his communication both the old and the new address. - CO...

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