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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

' l iimajyi" '"CJ &-l'Jmm aawijtiJiuBBBB a &. s All the STewa EI Paso Texas Monday Evening May 30 1910 --- 12 Pages Herald Prints It First EVIDENCES THAT CONSPIRATORS SUNK DRY DOCK DEWEY Indicted on Bribery Charge in Coneetion With Lori- nier's Election. Glenn H. Curtiss Makes the Rv4 w 9 m art I viSn. X5m 4r n -r y h h k5r3 JK itb f w?" I. ma F WhUe It's Fresh. mrniSffl i inirrT JL-rggl iMtji.Ji -L. S P . Jp 9 iininiii JnilnuUn Chances Are That Guberna- torial Fight Will Narrow Down to Three Men. BAILEY MAY GO OYER TO COLQUITT Trip at 54 Miles an Hour; Wins $10000. LOBIMER REFUSES TO SAY AYTHING- Chicago 111.. May 30. State senator John Broderick who -was indicted by the Springfield grand jury on charges of bribery in the election of "William Lorimer to the United States senate has surrendered. He spent iast night away from lns home in this city and successfully evaded efforts of Spring- field and local detectives to find him. About noon today senator Briderlck surrendered ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

mill ckM$ffiM3tM wwtl ggad?;ys5g7 . . - B .omrnena All High Class Gents' Furnishings Will Be Sold. WATCH THIS PAPER THURSDAY FOR PRICES LAS CEUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY LAS CIIUCES HONORS DEPARTED SOLDIEES U py SL.I IMONS PULPITS OF EL PASO i A . Union Memorial Services Observed by Protest- ant Churches. Las Cruces. N. M.. May SO. -The union service held Sunday at 11 a m. in the armory being the occasion of the mem- orial sermon before the members of Phil Sherridan Post No. 17 of the Grand Army of the Republic and the women's auxiliary tvns enjoyed by all the prot- estant churches of Las Cruces and the Presbyterian church of Mesilla park. The service was opened by all sing- ing "Praise God from Whom All Bless- ings Plow" followed by invocation by Dr. Vaughn of the Presbyterian church. Rev. Mr. Rorex of the Baptist church and Rev. Mr. Bloom of Mesilla park Presby- terian church assisted Rev. W. E. Foulks of the Methodist church who delivered an eloquent and appropriate sermon. Mrs. Thom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

3) gg in j jf i" iVi MTii MVraclav Mav 30. 1910. . T J i if im $ T s f nyster s C U. Li. grocery Corner Kansas and -Boulevard. California Strawberries only per box 10c Texas Dewberries (the large sweet variety) per Lox 10c California Raspberries Loganberries all shipped in refrigerator boxes 2 for 25c Eed Currants per box 15c Gooseberries vper box 10 Fresh California Apricots 2 for 25c 6 lb. baskets valley cherries only 50c Blue Ribbon Butter fresh by express 3 times a week 3 pounds for $1.00 Strictly fresh Kansas eggs per dozen 25c Mountain Park eggs per dozen 40c 10 lb. new potatoes for 25c Best full cream cheese per lb 4 20c 3 pkss. Post Toasties for ! -. 25c Shredded Wheat 2 pkgs. for -. 25c Fancy ripe olives in bulk per quart 45c Quart jar pure fruit jams 35c or 3 for $1.00 Blue Ribbon pure cider vinegar per bottle 15c Large Queen Olives 10 oz. bottle only 25c Large Queen Olives 14 oz. bottle only 35c Very finest imported olive oil (full quarts) $1.10 Fresh peaches per basket 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

EX PASO HERALD Monday May 30 1910. KflSJ MH BSE V a' W B far an enw ttsj iwiiii!iKSsaaf'iii&aaa ll ..r . One month from now will see 1000 men and teams at work on the greatest dam in the world. Then you will commence to see property in El Paso and the El Paso Valley go upin price. Those who realize this fact are buying now as property in El Paso and the El Paso Valley will NEVER BE LOWER. We have not advanced the price on any piece of land or addition that we represent we are holding to the original price and will continue to hold to that price as long as we can but when the pressure comes too strong and all surrounding properties are being advanced we will be compelled to raise. 4: Is NOW Don't wait pm.yull make money by taking advantage of presen-t prtjes.- r Sixty days from today you will tell us we told' you the truth. IftHTNbw $10 Down. $5 a Month No Mortgage No Taxes No Interest Electric Street Gar Line City Water and other city improvements there NOW. 207 Mesa Caples BIdg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

L PASO HERALD i Monday May 30 1910 Bargains be Grocery 3 large cans Pioneer Milk for 4 2 -lb. cans Baltimore Tomatoes for 3 2 -lb. cans Banquet Corn for 10 lbs. new Potatoes for 2 qts. Texas Blackberries for 2 3-lb. cans Peaches Pears or Apricots for Evaporated Pitted Cher- ries per pkg 2 pkgs. Evaporated Ap- ples for 3 lbs. Brown Sugar for Mapleine per bottle THE CASH STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Phone TIs Your Orders Bell Phones 367 & 348; Auto 1901 208-210-212 St. Louis St- El Paso Pasteur Institute For Preventive Treatment OF HYDROPHOBIA. 325 SAN ANTONIO STREET. Phoae 2340 R. 1. Rex. 3457 KILLS WIFE AND CATHOLIC PEIEST St. Paul Man Declares Wo- man Lwed the Minister and Was False. St. Paul Minn. 3Iay 30. P. J. Gib- bons a livestock commission man of South St. Paul shot and killed his wife at their home in tSha-t city Sunday and a fe-w minutes later rang the door bell at the residence of father E. J. Walsh the young pastor of St. Augustine's Roman Catholic church and as the d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Monday llav 30 1910. EL PASO HEUALD Established April. 1S81. The B Paso Heraid includes aiso. by absorption and succession The Dally News The Telegraph. The Telegram. The Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser. Tho Independent The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS A?D AM12IU NEWS P. 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. Bell Business Office 115 Editorial Rooms 2020 Society Reporter 1019 Advertising- department 116 IIERALD ( TELEPHONES j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month 60c; per year. ST. Weekly Herald per year ?2. The Dally Herald is delivered bv carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state in his communic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

News Of the Great Southwest 7 News Of the Great Southwest 1"B Monday May 30 1910. ilfli SlP89AP PMiK m iHdi iiir$QS)&7& slitz yKmm&r&4 O H rrogress O n a if tm onsxanc progress nas & iness of the American aSTational Bank re- M suiting in increased deposits. Prompt Ji courteous service to all whether accounts De large or small. CHECKING ACCOUNTS ARE INVITED Capital and Surplus 8240000.00- NOW BEING INCREASED TO $360000. El Paso Bank & Trust 319 San Antonio St. Solicits Your Patronage Capital Stock $100000 & M. TURNER Pres. A. F KERR Cashier LEEH. CREVS Asst DIVORCE ACTIVE OUT AT GLOBE Many Suits on the Docket. Heavy Fire Loss New Amusement Park. Globe Ariz. May 30. Globe Is run- ning Reno Xev. a close race In the divorce line. On last "divorce day" Saturday nine divorce cases were set for trial. Of these two were dismissed for lack of prosecution one was taken un- der advisement two postponed and four decrees "were granted. The most import- ant one was tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

8 The Herald's Sporting News L PASO HERALD Hie Herald's Sporting News Monday May 30 1910. Blanked in Saturday Game and Lost Sunday by Score of 5 to 4. r t." . I tea Tveu out .nines uu umtiaica for Clifton got away with one more to sJab for E T succeeded iildiJen ?.if ""rt scatters the 11 hits secured off Morenci Ariz.. May 30. Moreno! 5-8-1; Clifton. 4-7-2. That 'tells the story of the Sunday game between the j two rival teams. Morenci won tne con- test after a hard struggle from its old time opponents by a single score after the game had been played to the limit hv the two clubs. Cummings pitched for Morenci and allowed but eight hits while Clifford for 1 charred ncalnst the fielding of that club while Clifton had two blngles. The batteries were: Morenci Cum- mings and Hofman; Clifton Clifford and Crittenden. Morenci "Wins. In the fastest game of the season Morenci defeated Clifton here Satur- day by a 1 to 0 score. It was a pitch- er's battle pure and simple with the honors about ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

9 .r.wniwfciBMaaw .1 Ajm.1Mm.'f - j hh"" " njFii.iimMiLMn...nLi.ufr.jjT.j.iii. . ...... i . ... j.'iji;-nr-; ; J" PiljuvtMM-rJIM iW- Mondav. Mav 30 1910. J T-ir millllW JUUlimimilLiUmLILIiW I II I I Il Illll llllll I MM I III .iIIIM I Ji .UJUMBPIIgMJ mmmzmw ..iwtlt W .t ..'.JT.IU.'. IHW'W.IA-l'Ulnm J ijiijmi r ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. Y OU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT FISH HUNT SAIL OS CAMP PLAY TENNIS GOLF BOWL DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF A MONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA- TURE MAFS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RESORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE. ISuIIIaIS fcrLr Surf Bathing At yiDriMI A ifl KPSI ! I PiraPKS. flv-V LONG BEACH HOTEL VilUJlllIA -J K'fl I 7" 2- w!SySWi ' I Wlf MOST BEAUTIFUL SUMMER RESORT OX T $S W- JlSWcCCPiSV f ! VlSS ' I 71 WI THE California Coast. 400 rooms. FIRE- t 4$ I -Siar'SMcCC -::gL-". ! I nli. 1W VfiH i I M 3 PROOF. SPEND TOUR SUMMER VACATION --d Kv...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 1C Monday May 30 1910 PERSONAL. IP YOU DO EMBROIDERY and dainty reedle work I will tell you how to make monev. Address Box T.fi IT1! TJriQrt TTt. vv -- a .wV -. - ROMAN CLAUDIO. 75 years Mexican when walking left his room at Calle- found. His son Juan Claudio. will pay for the trouble. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso EELP WANTED MALE. -h. ANTED A 1 rock quarry foreman. must understand the handling of all kinds of powder tnorougniy anu mut speak Spanish. Apply to C. H. Clark. SupL Lime Stone Quarries. W ANTED A firstciass soda fountain man to take charge of Cloudcroft soda fountain. Address Cloudcroft Amuse- ment Co. Cloudcroft N. M. WANTED 50 men as skinners on rail- road grading and construction work. Report to L. W. Anderson chief engi- neer Pecos Valley Southern Ry. Peco5 Texas. . WANTED General blacksmith steady work good pay for right man. Ad- dress F. C. Peterson Deming N. M. P. O. box 94. WANTED Man to drive delivery wa- gon references required- Posto...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

11 pfg Monday May 30 1910. tHH PI HP W q PI i 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. M. R. S. B 3-r R. P. e. 4 S. C- M. H C. Z. 244 H & P Los Angeles "H &S- Fruit Grower J. Box 27 J. P. 305 J. 278 3S2 J. 25S 369 WXTED A good reliable cook for a mine boarding house: colored or Ger- man woman preferred; 12 to IS men. including officials; good wages and -a clean home to a courteous conscien- tious person. Unlike the majority of mining camps. Address B. 341. care of Herald. YOU SHOULD KNOW When vou have your eyes examined who is the best qualified to make the examination. You should know who has the longest experience for experi- ence counts. You should know who has the finest and most scientific In- struments. Last but not least you should know who manufactures the finest and most accurately S10 lenses. Lenses th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 May 1910

KEH--AJLI3 my 30j 191 e era's Sporting News The Herald's Sporting News Monday " I A Guarantee Good Health' Accompanies a properly regulated diet of pure food. Get Ferndell foods in cans or packages and be sure of absolute purity and cleanliness. Each article of Femdell food is luscious and tempting. Ferndell in Food Means Quality Tin Sweet Peas -1j & per can jj. yfM FT'nps 40c my ?nve A fresh supply just received per bottle - Tularosa Dressed Chickens each Qo tao "Rtvs-i-i T.rkl-of ore woa vitou x;ittiiu jjuuuxoxo in glass jars Phone 151. 210-212 WE HAVE 2TOT RAISED OTJE PRICES ON IMPERIAL PAINT All paints have gone up 20c and 25c per gallon in sympathy with Linseed Oil but we bought two cars before the raise and will still sell our Imperial High Grade Paint at $1.80 per gallon until further notice. Tuttle Paint See Us or Write for Prices on Ham-mocks Water Bags Tents Cots Durham Duplex Razors. and anything in the Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line. SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO. TTFTn FfY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

El Paso Texas Tuesday Evening May 31 1910 - - - 10 Pages All the Xews Herald Prints It First While It's Fresh. ! II i !U surance Rate Is VELT TELLS BRITAIN -M I GOVERN EGYPTIANS . o ine mew lexas In Says Country Must Be Gov- erned hj Somebody and He 'Hopes the English. FIEMNESS IS THE ONLY SOLUTION! Tells the Britishers They Have Been Too Easy With Their Dark Subjects. London. Eng. May 31. Theodore Roosevelt was today presented with the freedom of the city of London and he accepted the honor "with a literal- Ism that led him to a frankness of speech that created a sensation in Guild hall. As the former head of a country that once paid tribute to Great Britain the American statesman gave the mother- land some hold advice as to her duty toward her most troublesome depend- ency in Africa. Mr. Roosevelt said it was either right or not right for Great Britain to be in Egypt and establish order there. If not right she should get out- Mr. Roose- velt "eulogized the British rule in Uganda a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

I J 7 Big Expansion Sale ' - i Will c All High Class eminence Furnishings vjenus Will Be Sold. WATCH THIS PAPER THURSDAY. FOR PRICES Mi ffigE&iMIK Smj KANSAS M STRONG TESTIMONY AN GIVE RAILROAD NEWS. SOIEIDS hregrg5 RM 3 J. B. Sufion -Gosupa STATIONERY SPECIALISTS Embossing Engraving Printing 32S Texas St. Bell Phone 680 I ous stains -which the detectives said were blood. A hat recovered from an old barrel "where Mrs Wendling stated she had thrown it also bears similar dis-colorations. William O. McFarland a well known resident of "Wichita Kansas living- at 607 North "Water street that city is a strong: believer in the efficacy ol Cooper's New Discovery. In a recent statement Mr. McFarland says: "As an after-effect of typhoid fevor and the grip I have suffered with stom- ach trouble for the past three years. I had no appetite and did not get the proper nourishment from my food. As a result I was very weak and felt tired and worn out having ao energy nor am- bition. I experienced...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

Li PASO HERALD Tuesday. May 31 1910. 3J -4 $. Rotum Prnm a TVi-n f n tllP 1 cil district their greatest hope. The SbUITL JjrOm a Hip bO Wie fact that the Texas company is going ' ahead with a second well and is buying up more land Is the trump card in this belief. The indications which were found In that capped well must have been so favorable they argue that the Texas company wished so explore the field more fully. The rig was removed from the capped well shifted across the Place and Know About as Much as When They Went Down What They Saw. On circumstantial evidence ihe Texas rompany would be convicted of having struck oil in the Toyah field. Out in section 16 block 59 of the school land in Reeves county to the northwest of Toyah 17 miles. Is a little Tough board- ed camp wnlch hovers on the cap of a small hill overlooking a draw running dlagonaMy through that section. Standing guard over the camp are two oil rigs one on the high ground by the cluster of shacks and the other across...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

iay 31 i9io. The Herald's Sporting News Tuesday Tlie Herald's Sporting News HERALD j 4 EL PflSD-B V ? - issued -two bases on balls before Called to Catch Train Mer- ritt and Booles Tied Con- test in Plinth. E. 3 0 and .en the grand sra.nu was so pug- nacious that the players had an ex- tue foi once in their umpire bating if that Is ever excusable. ZUackey insisted upon ragging iho nlav(rs on every decision. He j turned to the grand stand and invited J ! ore eer enthusiastic fan to meet him j after the game and fined two of ' tnr- rclnvftrs and threatened to put an- : ( steadied down.- The score and El Paso. Gowan c. f G Hewett. s.s. 5 Earthman 2b 3 Jackson lb 5 Ketchum 1. f. and 3b Gray r. f and 1.' f.. McCarty 3b Merritt c -. . . - Ilumsey" p. ...'..... Gill p f summary: AB. R. H. PO. A. E he nmT3T7"MTT T3U1 A rpC AaWAliJA wa jjiaxixw CLIFTON BY ONE with Booles r. CLOSE GAME IS PLAYED AT DOUGLAS 0 0! Si o o i 2! o o 0 On a Three to Four Score the Game Is Won at Clifton. Clifton Ari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

u&JLD TaeadBL7' iray 31 im The Herald's Sporting News 5 The Herald's Sporting News n r C San Francisco May 31. As a Mem- orial day special Johnson boxed before a capacity house which he kept waiting From aso EL PASO JMulx JlllliiDUli IIM OK npU The Eight Koute East. JS " EUte EaSt BTr vA Bw OS 8 Mr Jft Mb SE MB fl$ wM 8 vk Ep Ml 3p p JM I Time Summer Rates From E! r long enough to receive some hissing. In general the "work out was most satis- fariorj'. Johnson's work consisted of eight rounds of boxing. His best performance "was four rounds with George Cotton. He followed that up with three rounds with Marty Cutler who begged off from further exercising and then finished up with one round with Dave Mills. Today Johnson returned to his road work but on "Wednesday he will be back in the ring again. It was announced at the Johnson camp today that Al Kaufman will join tl e crowd of workers at the beach in another week and that Billy Deianey has finally consented to supervise the tra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

AGAZINE PAGE I Tuesday May 31 1910. EDITORIAL AN EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. The El Paso Herald ineiud-.s 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 Kepubiican The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED IRESS AXD A3IEK. 3VEWSP. 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. Bell Business Office '-Hn HERALD J Editorial Rooms 2020 TELEPHONES. Society Reporter 10" Advertising department 1- TERMS OT" SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month 60c; per vcar S7. Weekly Herald per year-. The Daily Hsrald is delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Paso 1 ort Bliss and Town?. Texas and Ciuda Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring- The address on his paper changed will please state In his communicat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

News Of the Great Southwest Tuc-iiav. Ma 31 loin. News Of the Great Southwest 7 YSusTA G-ROWS AjS SHIPPING- CENTER 0OBNEBSTCNE IS ROSWELL RANCHMEN LAID AT DEMING-! ABE STORING WOOL ! I uncBAwn kwn weee iljiJiiji'iSJ rkiw rsii&a I Fifty Y&bm& it the gtmmi&mi ll ! 'H ra g h Mtf m jr - . M Bi Fart- Whai&stam& Faad H HH " " ' . HKJ H jfe n 11 JllfiWWflIJfWfl II BhHSifV SEmbB" K0K PEOPLE IN EL PASO HOTELS From XeTr 3Iesico. At the Zelger T. H. Jenks Albu- querque; M. H. Brown Las Vegas; P. R. Budwell Louis Geek TV. P. Lapoint Las Cruces. At the St. Regis A W. Morning- star Lordsburg; A. H. G. Palmer Mogollon. Prom Arizona. At the Zeiger 3. Cortino Morencl; R. P. Brown Douglas. At the Orndorff S. E. Cass and wife Nogales; P. M. Winn ilorenci; Claude Pugh Tempe. Prom Texas. At the Zeiger W. H. Roberts Llano; J T. r. Love Sierra Blanca; M. T. San- den Tsleta; Win. Russell Shatter. At the Sheldon Walter Lugram Dal- las; Jno. W. Hill San Antonio; C. Han- son C. E. Stei...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

HERALD B Tuesday May 31 1910. PERSONAL. IF YOU DO EMBROIDERY and) dainty neeaie wonc 1 wm ten you now to man.e money. Address Box 768 El Paso Tex. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. 1VAXTED Man to drive delivery wa- gon references require. Postoffice hox G32. WANTED One firstclass sash door and mill man. 4.50 per day of S hours work. Address Arizona bash. Door and Mill Co. Tucson Ariz. MEN Our illustrated catalog explains 1 ow we teach bamer traae in iei weeks mailed free. Moler Barber Col- lege Fort Worth Tex. TELEGRAPH' IS ttUIdtLI learned; great demand for operators: situation sure; expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college Dallas. Texas- BOKKEEPER and general office man of experience; also" stenographer and typewriter. Also young man for small general store out of town In answer- ing give full particulars as to age ex- perience qualifications etc and if sat- isfactory will arrange Interview. G. A. Bush 901 Texas St. WANTED 2 good solicitors either g...

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