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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. Wh...

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

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 550,000, which will build a line from Myrtis, La., to Mosley, ...

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

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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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...

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

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, May 28, 1910. a q J MYSTERIOUS ILLilllCMiT IN THE V.. Ky2mffl I (Continued from Page One.) (Continued From Page One.) K IP rflr "Trt;VM uM" SI IfI I lr jgff I Tte f R llrLtferiDeai mJa m m S C?r"j iientfem W A Gotyam Xfnderb&ear is the next best tiling to a shower bath so cool and refreshing. Coat Shirts and Knee Drawers of specially woven fabrics, loose fit ting, crisp, and comfort able. Shirts and Drawers at $1.00 the garment and upwards. Union Suits Knee Length $2.00 . "We carry in stock sizes 28 to 50, no trouble to fit the largest or the smallest man. A7TER& UHfRTMMER EL PASO. TEXAS. THREE AD O'E HALF IXCHHS OF R4lI, FALLS AT SEY3IOUK. Seymour, Tex., Maj. 2. Ihe heaviest rain experienced in this ,-ecvlon for several years fell here early Jiis morn ing", the amount of the precipitation be ing three and one-ha'f inches. The downpour has raised all rivers and ""e?ks are out of their banks, flood ing the lowlands. Crops were oulv sLghtly damaged. IN...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

Saturday, May 28, 1910 EI. PASO HERALD , . I ' s Purchases 3Iade Monday and Tues day W ill foe Placed on June Aceonat. Purchases Made Monday and Tuesday "Will be Placed on June Account. - "" " " " JPS 11 mm iwW MM 1 V tttoyraf OTfr Bringing to a close this, the biggest month's business in the history of the Caiisher store, we have planned for the Final Two Days features that will certainly be received with rousing enthusiasm. For Monday, which by the way is also Decoration Day, many items have been selected for "one day only." Be sure and single these out, as they are most unusual values. However, bargains for both days are the best of the entire sale by reason of the fact that odd lots of seasonable merchandise must l?e closed out at a fraction of their worth. Final 2 Days of Anniversary Prices In Ready-to -Wear Section We fully realize the demands that will be made upon the Ready-to-TTear section the Final 2 Days. "We have made ample preparations to give a service that will be ent...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

Heal Estate, Classified and on Pages 13, t Horny Handed Variety Who Make Skyscrapers Grow and a City Prosper, Busy. IMPROVEMENTS ARE NUMEROUS New Buildings of Substan stantial Character Raising Their Heads Daily. In a dozen or more parts of the busi ness district, workmen are changing: the appearance of the building- line. In some places the old buildings are be ing removed, leaving a vacant space like the hole where a front tooth at one time reposed. In other parts of the retail district, the new buildings are pushing their heads above the sky line and changing the appearance of the downtown section from that of a small town to a real, big city. Kew Buildings for Old. The old Mills building has passed into history and in its place has ap peared a temporary frame shack -which -will be the construction office during the erection of the magnificent new 12 story Anson Mills building. The little rTx ntnrrv biilldinsrs on the site of the new Fewel building have been removed, i leaving no...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

A Shir; of Seauty is a coy 7yrevor PfZ. T. Felix Gourauo's Orionta! Cream or Magical Beautiflar. Kemoves Taa. Pimples. Freciies, 31oth Patches, Bash, and bkla Disease. ana eTory Diemlsa i on beauty-, and de- A Growing City Is the Safest Place on Earth for Investment. Since 1900 El Paso Has Grown from 16,000 to 50,000. nei ceieciion. it has stood the tst of 62 years, and U so harmless ire taatelttobesareli is properly made. Accept no counter felt of aliallar same. Dr. L. A. Sajre said to a lady of the Mut ton (a patient): "A3 you Jsdiec will use them, I recommend Ot i 'Gaurnod's Crenm as the least harmful of all ths aJdn preparations." For stfa by ail druggists ana r ancy. Goods Dealers In its United States, Canada and Europe. ffiiD.T.HOPBHS, Prep., 37 Bred Jasss Strai SwTaL 1 Ill S . H - 7a .That in preference to allowing that to be a constant source of an noyance, you investigate our method of laying out a definite plan of purchase that is consistent and practical, mainly because i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

V EL PASO HERALD Saturday, May 28, 1910. 11 EXERCISES CLOSE SCHOOLS AT DEMING! DEATHS &KD THE " VISITS OF COMETS Many Prominent Rulers Have Died "When Comets Were Seen. London, Eng., May 28. The fact of king Edward's death happening while Halley's comet was approaching the earth has naturally been seized upon by dabblers in "occult science" as a fresh argument in favor of the theory of heavenly portets. Much has been said regarding the supposed malign intluence of Halley's cor.u'L nut Enckc's comet, which ap pears at much shorter inte -va1.-, has d!so a rt'markab'y sinister record in portend, ng the death if king and other great personages. Here is the list: 1S19 Death of George III. in 1820. Death of the duke of Kent, 1S20. 1838 Death of William IV. in 1837. 1878 Death of princess Alice. 187S 1S9I Death of the duke of Clar ence, 1S92. 1901 Death or queen V.ctoria. j901. Outside of the British royal family the following deaths are associated with Encko's comet: 1786 Frederick th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

12 Saturday, May 28,-1910. E-RALB w rzzzzz:rzrz:z7zzr A - o 9 I v S Ar Y To & If So Let Lander Figure Your Bill For BEST LUM- " BER and BEST PRICES LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, SHINGLES, Etc. m Mwiifc..i wnmi Cost $2,2i u 1700 TEXAS STREET Bell Phone 282 Auto Phone 12S2 ee9oee s McKEE Paints your house with Sherwin-Williams Paints and Yamishes. Interior WAIxL decorations, Aeroehrome, Plat Tone, Kalresco, JMureseo and Ihterio. Fl M THE BEST Glass Set on moment's notice TT Bell 93 Auto 2193 408 If. OREGON ST. S5E1 uilden Everything the contractors want at the very low est prices; all goods guaranteed. Gasoline Stoves, Garden Hose? Screen and Screen Doors Ice Cream Freezers And everything for those who already have their homes. The prices are right and it will pay you to walk down here and investigate for yourself. Gii M S. W. Cor. Overland and Virginia Sts. Phone Bell 18 Auto 1881 I When 1 bl teanES & to I You cannot find a firm that will do your work better, quicker, or at more reaso...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

EL Saturday, May 28, 1910. 13 " TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY- A REAL BUXGALOW. Six rooms, east front, well located, between two paved streets. It's differ ent from anything in the city and you'll fall in love with it. Living room is 19 feet 6 inches long, brick mantel, beamed ceilings, paneled wainscoting in dining room. Lots of windows: in fact is Just what you want. Price omy $4500, or $4700 with heating plant complete. "IV. F. Payne, Angelus Hotel Building. 38 ACHES XDAU YSLETA, ?55. Tnis very choice tract is located abut 2 miles northeast of depot at Tyleta. The soil is the best sandy 1 am and is as level as the floor. It adjoins one of the best improved places in the valley. Not an acre of land this side of it can be bought for less than $100 per acre. Price for a f.. d days only, $55 per acre. Terms 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. L.ec H. OrndorlT. 209 St. Louin St. e SOUTH FRONT BUILDIXG SITE Well located. Will stand any kind of house you want to put on it.- The price is right. W. F...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

HERALD . 14 Saturday, May 28, 1910. JL LOST A trunk of clothes at the Union station Saturday, receiving by mistake a trunk of physician's or dentist's in struments. Salv. Rojas Vertiz, 13 Juarez Ave.. C. Jusrez. PERSONAL. ROMAN CLAUDIO, 75 years, Mexican, dark complexion, 5 feet tall, lame when walking, left his room at Calle jon Hidalgo May 16, and has not been seen since. Notify Chief Jenkins it found. His son, Juan Claudio, will pay for the trouble. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED S1ALE. 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 AVANTED D. V. Sanchez, Socorro. X- M. AVAXTED A lirstciass soda fountain man to take charge of Cloudcroft soda fountain. Address Cloudcroft Amuse ment Co.. Cloudcroft, X. M. CSO MONTHLY and expenses to men to post signs and distribute samples for wholesale house. Steady work. H. Monroe, Presi...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

Saturday, May 28, 1910. 15 T 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 lat'- than one week after being bulle tined: B 141 S. C M. E. 40 L.os Angeles H. & P. ... xi. Bowen H. 160 Box 27 M. R. S. 305 C X. 332 R. P. 369 "VXTED Furnished cottage to liv9 in during summer by responsible party; "o children. With Hixson Jewelry Co., Enquire room 10, Coney Island Bldg. W AXTSI) Stenographic work in ex change for Spanish lessons. Guillermo Hall. Library. "WANTED Reliable party to pay for moving and care for piano for its use. I-quire 1110 N. El Paso St. WANTED TO 3IEET YOUNG 3IAN who is good baker with little money to In vest as partner. Must be sober. Ad dress Frank Root, Alvarado hotel. FILL BLOOD BARRED ROCK EGGS f t sale- ?1.25 setting. Bell phone 2915. MERCHANTS Sales manager, ca pable and experienced In handling rtocks large or small. Will guarantee to convert your merchan...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

Saturday. May 28 1910 TFT TPA QA TTH A T Tfc MKiuiiCT - r- -' "" - . PI jn W tfl -Ja ' 1" '" r,'r' is & ! irrigated Lands increase in Value More Rapidly Than Any Cither Farming jij Land. This is Evidenced by What Has Already Been Done in irrigated I Districts. A Few Qyotafions From Irrigated Counties i m ft j The subject of irrigation is a bugbear to a majority of j . ,-,4-,., JI j1 r rm i i -i -i -I 5 easLeru aiia jiorcnern larmers. mere is a setueci laea among them that the necessity for irrigation is a draw back. It is not necessary to tell anyone who has resided in the Eio Grande Valley of El Paso, Texas, even for a brief period, of the benefits of irrigation. They are too manifest. The greatest results in agriculture and hor ticulture are obtained by irrigation in regions of continu ous sunshine, where the process of growth is kept up without the interruption of cold and cloudy days. Such conditions, with the addition of water, are ideal for- the rapid development of vegeta...

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. — 28 May 1910

Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. ' EL Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads, on Pages 13, 14 and, 15. hat Do You Think About These ff, Our Copy for the June issue of the telephone directory closes MAY 31, 1910. In order to assure proper listing, all changes or correc tions in the present directory should he telephoned to 3780 CONTRACT DE PARTMENT before that date. The Tri-State Telegraph Co. His Fruit Dropped Through the Holes in the Cart and Was Trampled in the Mud Shall He Plug Up the Holes? By F. Park Lewis, M. D., Buffalo, ,N. Y. Behold a certain farmer was driving along a highway, and as he journeyed he found that he was losing a large part of the choice fruit with which his wagon was loaded. As he saw the product of his labor dropping into the mud of the highway, he called upon his neighbors and friends to help him re cover It. Many of the kindly disposed people, leaving their work, came to his assistance, and followe...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

O Y ! 1 s. failure uccess v Success In any undertaking- more often depends upon strong; steady nerv-es than anything else, as a stable nervous system begets tact, dis-, cretion,and sound judgment. We have often seen educated, experienced men fail where the ignorant succeed for the reason that the latter en joyed perfect health, -while the former was nervous, irritable and weak, hence unstable. t Modern -ways of living, chasing the dollar and violation of th common laws of hygiene, have made of the American people a race of nervous, high strung Individuals, which has resulted in innumerable cases of Neuras thenia, Melancholia and invalidism or suicide. Experience teaches us that medicines in this class of troubles are at best only temporary measures and often fall even in ths, as a result we have been quietly investigating along new linesseeking to perfect a com bination of organic extracts that would in every case, .give instant relief and in lme a permanent cure. That we have succe...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 28 May 1910

20 Saturday, May 28, 1910. J JLi Jbrk.i a: Many Card Partfes In City Jumercuj Happy In Social Circles T)iiriiuL4he JeeK. T- i Cool Hot Weather Footwear I We have just the laud of Footwear which, is calcu lated to keep your feet cool aud comfortable these hot summer days.. Then we also haye such a com plete assortment of styles aud sizes that we can please 'both your feet aud eyes aud you don't haye to put your feet in a pair of clumsy looking shoes to feel comfortable. White Oanyas Ankle Ties and Pumps $4.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.75, $1.50 and $1.00. Other styles in Patent Leather, Yici kid or Suede $5.00, $4.50, $4.00, $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50. We are agents for the cele brated Laird-Schober high grade shoes for women. If you want the best ask for a pair of these. Prices, $5.5G, $5.00 and $4.00. A GOOD GlESS (By WHberforce Jenkins.) '.Vow -what is the height of bliss?' tjiiotli she. "Well, I should 'inuicine '(was five feet three," "With a smiling: glance, quoth he. S ! wou...

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