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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 June 1910

X PASO HERALD Friday June 3 1910. 11 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. X. T. M 399 B. 341 M. 380 I). 309 M- 382 E. 40 X. 381 h. l. :nt. 31 H. & P.' N- 23 J. C. W. J. 25S Z. T. X. J. 20G Z. Y. Z. j Permanent M. 382 359 . MALE XURSBGOIXG EAST will be in El Paso after July 1st. Will undertake civt- of patient for expenses of "trip. Graduate of 7 years experience; en- gaged at present; thoroughly under- stands care of sick and injured; tem- perate in every respect; perfect satis- faction guaranteed; references wftlcn will satisfy. Address Box 1861 Globe Arizona. BEST BARGAIN IX THE UPPER VALLEY. 185 acres 50 acres in alfalfa 25 or 30 acres in other crops small family orchard balance of land very easily put under cultivation immediately; town of Chamberino; signed up under the Elephant Butte dam; full water rights In...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 June 1910

EL 12 Friday June 3 1910. RAILROAD NEWS. A Guarantee of Good 3. Accompanies a properly regulated diet of pure food. Get Perndell foods in cans or packages and be sure of absolute purity and cleanliness. Each article of IPerndell food is luscious and tempting. Means Quality $0 per Olive Relish A fresli supply just received per bottle Tularosa Dressed Chickens each. Sea Crest Brand Lobsters in glass jars Illl 'm B m A VI vlB B Bv m bVbk v3b i Be A IB M IfeBi Bbbi -. AH m llll Mil . " I e B) X W M A Kobl w m m. w W sh W A k k I Ijl IWp W flf V e j w7 A J M 9f nB n H t JiH "5 S v&W bW llll Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Autoll6L DT STEEL KEGS RAILWAY WHITE LEAD We are making in our factory a good second grade lead called Railway White Lead ground in pure linseed oil $7.25 in 100-lb. kegs. $7.50 in 50 25 and 12 1-2 lb. kegs. Tufife Paint Glass Co. See Us or Write for Prices on Hammocks Water Bags Tents Cots Duplex Bazors. and anything in the Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line. SHELTON-PAY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

: 1 w say ama s&r &v a ja n$f-iiijW" "nr -"ra a -iw" m EI Paso Texas Saturday Evening June 4 1910 - - - 26 Pages All tli e vr Herald Prints It First PDINDEXTE While' It's Frch. iffinwiiidvl .riff. ..! im-lfcWs & .SL t?? . n mJjj r maffifin fSi nJILn &) mfLn Pft. aA ss I H TR HMff nilUl RflYQ IfCFMiV connected with IpyiliPilil K i b null run du i a lugl jhe Illinois bribery cASEMmmlrn l0 rno Tur yyurr c m pof ilRllFRFO. fiin I nti VfiiLLLu Hiiii mmm -'"W iiiunuLntu; fnnnTii innn -llSi Jife miniirn Li 11 1 1 1 II d U U u ivgyaM Wmmm mMiS ffea W$m&Mli ULillllLU !! Iy BIG ISSUE JUST NOW Parade and Speaking in the Morning Then Celebration at Washington Park. FIREWORKS AT NIGHT PEEHAPS El Paso's funny bone is to be tickled on July 4th if the ideas of the mem- bers of the arrangements committee for the celebration on that day are car- ried out as at present planned. There -will be greased pigs for bow- legged youth to catch and races for tnen of various weights while th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

i If I i summer KMarmenzs Unsurpas h APPRECIATING the fact that a large portion of El Paso people are probably plan- ning for a summer vacation we make reductions next week that are most remark- able. In fact many of these reductions are such as are usually offered in July in- stead of June. "We want to impress on you that these are not ordinary every-day reductions made on ordinary every-day garments but reductions made on the highest grade garments to be seen in El Paso. The major portion of our stock will be on sale next week and the reductions are as follows. Pay particular attention to the extra specials for Monday only. Sale of Our Entire Stock of Linen Suits Beginning Monday we offer reduced prices on our entire stock of linen suits not one is reserved. This includes two- and three-piece suits man tailored braided self trimmed.lace trimmed or Persian band trimmed. Colors are white natural pink blue lavender purple Dutch blue rose oyster white brown tan and black. From now unt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

!L PAS Saturdav June 4 191G. H U S fwlW' - Giving Prominence to White lKi Garments and fabrics and Convincingly 1 11 WfMiEpp Demonstrating the superiority or the Nm iKy Values Given I m is A K&re4 A .q J JsZ )V J IkCv' s -t?y Sf 'W- .AWKP.wYxVvn advi $&$y fZ&taJr & . fi"e yt- " v- i. -fVW x -P- the YW VWv? be S.iNv'- cw m this Store ZMAIIi ORDEB8 For items ap pearing in this will be 'J promptlv. postage or pressage to paid by the customer. HE undeniable leadership of this store in value giving is most convincingly proven in this summer sale of white garments and fabrics. Every low; price advantage that we obtain through our capacity for buying. merchandise in large quantities is shared with our customers in this event and on every hand are offerings priced in thf "Pnnnlar c" inimif-oKlA mo' Cli7P Qrpfnl Qffpnhnn fn prfr7 ifpm in this ftflver- z& r ..r(U .u;u. xwxuw -y. ; . && tisement---see the superb displays in our windows---come Monday morning ana part...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

i Saturday June 4 1910. '1T7V EHSSeEJ 3aWflJyfc X Jgp; & T .J z- fc c s. !uu m && s . Hi come EGESOSTDSTGr Monday and continuing 2 weeks we offer the people of El Paso a "Hot Weather Sale" of everything needed in furniture and household furnishings. Consid erable care and time have been spent m preparing tor tins sale and customers can Monday expecting to find values that are most unusual. T7Vrrvr.Tr o-rilo rm cnprvifll salp. hears a. nlain sale iyHp. tae. Our cats 1 o em ft' h plow ?nn"bn-n5 many interesting items hut is by no means a complete list of everything that enters into this sale. TTe are considerably overstocked and take this means to give our customers what they need right now and at the same time save them lots of money. Every reduction is just as stated below. Come and see for yourself! W S- CROCKERY DEPARTMENT $5.00 price. 56.00 price. 6.50 price. Cut Glass 8-incli Cut Glass Bowls; S-inch Cut S-incli Cut sale $3.75 Glass Bowls; sale $4.50 Glass Bowls; sale...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

EI Saturday June 4 1910. Wi &fc J DBPr D9I! rv iiHi ! PsinnooT ph? niiiTT (Continued From Page One.) i" Bfl- i ruufiiies Loose shoes are as load as tight ones. There's no good reason for eith- er. They should fit. The only safe way is to be fitted by a shoe man who knows what shoe will fit your type of feet. '- Regal Shoes are made in quarter sizes from models like- your feet. They'll fit from toe to heel from sole to ankle. Make Us SEND FOR CATALOG AND MEASUREMENT BLANK FREE WAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. ' fooled many people certainly not Mr. Bailey least of all. It is said that Mr. Colquitt does not have any expectation of receiving the support of many of the prohibitionists -who are followers of Bailey. In fact it -would be strange indeed if he received votes from any of that element unless perchance Poindexter should get out of the way and the Bailey question become highly intensified. "fefcitters were therefore getting aJoug very smoothly for Mr. Colquitt until Davidson prec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Saturday June 4 1910. E!L Established April 1881. The E) Paso Herald includes aiso. by absorpc.on and succession. The Daily News The Telegraph. The Telegram. The Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser. Th Independent i The Journal The Republican The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED TRESS ASD AMER. SBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the Postoffice in El Paso Tex. as Second Class matter. Dedicated tothe service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Business Office HERALD I Editorial Rooms TELEPHONES. Society Reporter Advertising department and Tmw. Texas and Cluda Juarez Mex at ' nlease state j. suDscriDPr aesinns me auuioa uu ju.... - - in his communlpation both the old and the new address. COMPLAINTS. .-. Subscribers failing to get The Herald promptly should call attheofficeor telephone No. 115 before Gi3u p. m. All complaints will receive promot atten- GUARANTEED CIRCULATION. The Herald b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

!L PASO HERALD Saturday June 4 1910. 7 Cool Wearables For Men IPoIKj J OOSE Fitting Coat Style -- Undershirts Kn.ee Drawers. Made of cooling fabrics. 50c to $2.50 the garment. M-ansing7nion Stiits Segular and Knee Lengths; Balbriggan Lisle and Silk Lisle. $1.50 to $3.00 the suit. & Q (LKCH.MCSHJ We are the ex- clusive Agents for this splen did Underwear. $2.75 and $3.25 the garment. qrsrco The Hndcru)ea sSr- Lrerueman Leather Garters Strata Hats Ottting Shirts and Soft Collars. ARRYWAIH AT-TER&yJHlRTMAKEB I07SA&LANJ0NI0 St. RAILROAD NEWS. TIRKFT flRFMT niUU nuLHI I! r& &ww wwagg-Aaaag. f lierl; exclusive- n I A Jt I MILLINERY g laV& VmUSALE i BOND HOLDERS CONTROL BIG IRRIGATION COMPANY Grand Falls Mutual's Management To Bond Holders Following Disagree- ment; Order hy Judge -saacs. Pecos. Tx. June 4. In district court at Barstow. iudVe Isaacs sustained the ..-IM.n rutnru?iwe 2rr"'4-4iT'f n.A rT' "Tlrtj. rTr.rrr tr"p"p Miss Florence Mcore a cousin of Rob Mutual...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 Saturday June 4 1910. rior In Every Way . mill M lMMMMMMM Calisher Store Supplies Your Summer Needs to Best Advantage Women s Gowns Extraordinary Values at '$1.25 We want to emphasize especially the high quality of material in these gowns also the neat work- manship. All styles to select from high necked low necked Empire and "slipover." Gowns are very daintily trimmed with linen Tor- chon embroidery or Yal Lace. Misses9 Gowns Three special lots at 75c S5c and 98c These are 5-ummer-fsveight gowns in the low necked Empire and slipover styles. Made of fine -white ma- terials lace- and einforoidery-trimmftd. 2sbw that the summer season is at hand we want to remind 'you that each season requires a different store service and we are always on the alert to give customers the best both m serv- ice and merchandise. Next week we direct our efforts to supplying all your immediate summer needs. Our list below contains only a few of the many special prices and attractive displa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

Heal Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. Seal Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. Siany Stockholders Are Men of Prominence in South- west Country. i. ' . . " C I DJ C f LI 11 1 f C pC Of HAY ren Substantial Structures IfPRIPF!! LL I fiuU llJuuLu i 7b Make Room For Skv-Scraners . " " -''" Two Are Issued the Same " Day Each to Cost $10000; Building Active. TELEPHOE CO. NEEDS MORE ROOM Second Switch Found Nec- essary at La Tuna to Ac- comniodate Shippers. WHEAT PLENTIFUL THIS YEAR ALSO KHMfla5iS9Bi25c0a 30 J22J&1S3 ?.ir JHTMH SOTaE88Bl'sSy2!r1 SSg?KugtfgalIa.$ jgaEEaAS-gSgSggSarJ-n 1t33SlttSfl mmmmmimm4wT4mm r "" " IW; t Jh; .- FRIT': I YSPiw 'J? - i- M . ilir1 ? :' tr-t SI j j? &- lii dP --vi - -ri'Ci at sa ur x flfc sir . - N S J fp 4P 74 - h& -x "ti . 1 SSM M. 4 -p m i H 4 X -itjg$ig " SSBB ?ll' Aite) f af5 - ' i GENERAL OFFICE ' IS TO BE HERE A southwestern Institution for the southwest the Two Republ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

- " ' t& " V Bfeari5a ETiWIgAJfrfUfcUIMfclWiB tti The first aim of every man and woman is to OWN A HOME to have a place where they can eat and sleep should adversity come and not be put into the street by the landlord when rent day comes round and there is no money to pay the rent. arseives If we have started wrong let's get a new start. Let us' form habits good habits. This is one of the shortest quickest roads to success. Let Us Begin By Saving Save 'our time our health our strength our self-respect and some of our earnings by 3MBAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON A HOME. BUT YOU SAY "I never could pay for a home: I am not earning enough !" LISTEN You are now paying we'll say $25 a month rent that MUST BE PAID every month or out you go. SUPPOSE You bought two lots in GOVERNMENT HILL you would only have to pay $10 a month on the two thus leaving $15 a month from your former rent dues for other purposes. OR You could have the two lots in Government Hill build a small house on them and pa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

ll pasg Scientists Study the Plant Carnegie Laboratory Established in Midst o fthe Arid Istmds of the Southwesished in Midst of the Arid in Botanical Research. A SHORT distance from Tucson Ariz. in the midst of a desert Sroro-th of cactus and other harsh and forbidding plants peculiar to the south-wrest is the Carnegie Desert la- boratory an institution that will amply repay a visit on the part -of the scien- tific ally-inclined tourist says the Phil- adelphia Record. The desert laooratory is part of the great Carnegie Institution -which is ac- complishing so much for science in va- rious fields of research. It -was estab- lished in 1903 for the purpose of study- ing plant life o the desert and the re- sults are certain to be of great benefit to humanity. "Dry farmers" are dem- onstrating that the unwatcred plains region of the Rockies is capable of pro- ducing crops -whereas 20 years ago that portion of the country was regarded as a desert. If drouth-resisting plants can be develop...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

want a safe dividend paying investment. Subscriptions if you rom one share up thus affording an opportunity for the small investor. i m We invite inspection of our plan and our Our books are public property i Write for UMBERS of schemes have been N devised -within the last rew rJ PMfles so avoid the profits ot the middle man. Cooperation Is Jiot looked upon as a virtue hut as .a meth- od of doing business -which makes it possible for a farmer to buy as -well as sell at -wholesale prices. The pro- duction and sale of butter cream eggs poultry honey fruit and vegetables are well adapted to this system but such styles of farming as -wheat growing a sheep feeding and other -well estab- lished forms of farming do aiot respond quite so readily. In the Business Side of Agriculture by A. G. L Rogers is given an outline of one of the most successful systems of cooperation extant. The Irish Agricul- tural Organization society has proved that there are too anany intermediaries between producer...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

13 " The Eight Eoute East. Pupils of St. Ignatius and Sacred Heart Will En- tertain. in rroi Saturday June 4 1910. T 1 fP SThe Eight Eoute East. Ot. ummer ActSSSM Time Saved From El Paso m m raso i prapiinanromii 1 8 6 J B i a 4 m tKs 1 vi kS W W $3 L4JLfJ3 The commencement exercises of Sa- cred Heart and St- Ignatius parochial schools -will bo' held Sunday at 3 p. m. In Sacred Heart hall. Thet program follows: 1. Opening Hymn to St. Cecilia Sacred Heart1 School 2. Address Adolf o Salinas 3. Grandpa Come and Bance "With Me St. Ignatius School 4. Conferring of Palner Awards. 5. The Children's Frolic Sacred Heart School 6. Recitation "A Brave Fireman"... . . Amalla Ochoa 7. "El Que la Hace la Pagn" ' Sacred Heart School Sainete en Un Acto 8. "The Minuet" Luisa Gallegos 9. My Mama's Waiting There St. Ignatius School 10. Pantqmine "The Conquered Ban ner" Romelia Miner 11. Joan of Arc Drill Sacred Heart School 12. The Pussy Cat Band Sacrod Heart School 13. Recitation J. H- Iaievano 14. T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

EL PASO HEIiALB Saturday June 4 1910. - Chmgs Lost and Found; Personals and Pnhlir Notices LOST FOUND. LOST An automobile crank to a Reo automobile. Return to Austin & Matr. Reward- LSTA lady's WlSikiSSTdrS S. Liberal reward at fcchaeffers dru0 store. 204 Mesa Ave. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. TELEGRAPHY iS tfJXCHJ l.cion great demand for operators; sltvon sure expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college. Dallas .ejeaa. wanted Experienced man to fill or- ders. pack goods wait on customers; automobile supply house. Address M. 399 care Herald. W4JSTED Men at Los Angeles. Nu expense to learn trade of electricity automobiles plumbing bricklaying by actual work on contract jobs. Onl few months required: 200 students last ?ear Catalog free. U. T. School Con. Co. Los Angeles. HUSTLERS WANTED EVERYWHERE Profits ?5 to $25 daily. It's cash and all yours. Own the business yourself. Work from your home. No -capital re- nulred. No canvassing. A new thing. Pa...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday June 4 1910. 15 i oo Late i o 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 341 It 3S2 I. 309 K. 23 E. 40 N. 31 G L. X. 28 H. & P P- 30 H C. "W. H. L. Z. T. X. J. C. z- r. Z. J. 25S " Mining Stock J 20G 31 St 380 369 2J. 399 21 W iTED STENOGRAPHER Must bo reliable not rapid but careful; work easy wages good position permanent. J. care Herald. MAIL ORDER BUSINESS for sale or trade suitable for man or woman; good profits. Require only small investment. W. car Herald. FURNISHINGS of a neat 5 room cot- tage close in. with garage stables and huggy sheds for sale cheap or will trade for diamonds; rent reasonable. K care of Herald. FOE SALE REAL ESTATE. MESILLA VALL2TX FARMS FOR SALE. We have lands at La Union Cham- berino Berlno and Anthony the real "Heart of the Mesilla Valley." If you contemplate buying l...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

Saturdav June 4 1910 EL PASO HERALD u. 41 it! I 2 1 l Latest aeid JVlst Artistic Ideas In OffSce4SqHifog. Construction Brought Here First Hand j By Architects. Hi Orancie VaBiey Hasping Step With EB Fas Sett-Sing Up Fast: This Land Richer Than the Valley of the Hiver NiBe: I j j Perhaps the most significant signs of the progress and development that is attracting the attention of the United States to El Paso is the erection of beautiful artis- tic buildings which in addition to representing the most modern and up-to-date structures in point of incorporat- ing the latest features of eastern and northern skyscrap- ers are rich in architectural art and design. The creations of the master minds in building design are being injected with little regard for cost into the great office buildings now in the process of erection and when completed they will give El Paso one more asset over her sister cities. When the skyscrapers were planned and designed the advantages to be derived from erecti...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

X Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads on Pages 183 14 and 15. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. I E.L PASO HERAXD RE!E BACHE'S BUDGET. DR. WILLET M. HAYS TELLS HOW THE THING- MAY BE BONE. ' How an Acre of Land Will Be Made to Yield Twice as Much Corn or Wheat To Double the Cow's Yield of Milk and Butter What Scientific Breeding Is Doing for Farm Animals. "Washington I. C June 4. "The scientific breeding- of plants is destined In the not distant future to go a long way toward keeping down "food prices in this country" said Dr. Willet M. Hays assistant secretary of agricul- ture yesterday. "Were it not for this prospect we should with an expecta- tion of 200000000 population 60 years from now have reason to fear a con- dition of affairs -wherein good things to eat would be beyond the reach of most folks. "Take the case of corn for example. It is our greatest cereal the Ameri- can grain crop par excellence. At the present time i...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 June 1910

5 Yai & 3 B? fiks3 m f rk la w 13 ol B ti J?m xjL LP S & ill M &Jr BJ I &S55 QUE BOOKS Skin Eidney Rectal and Bladde: Diseases Chronic Diseases Dis Bases of Men Diseases of Women. Will be 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 will prove interesting reading to all no matter whether sick or not as they discuss not only the causes changes and treatment of the above class of afflictions but they also tell how to prevent many dis- CONSULTATION" EXAMINATION AND AD" Office Hours: 9 a. in. Rooms 9-12 KftM FRANK G. CARPENTER'S LETTER. M ML A JLdtf y QUEER FEATURES OF CALCUTTA THE CITY OF PALACES AND' HOVELS. '"The Black Hole" of 1910- and Other Hotel Features. Gay Scenes on the Maidan Government Buildings. Pilots Who Make $700 a Month Fortunes in Jute. How the Country Grows Fifty Millions in Thirty Years Some Reasons for the Unrest. Copyright. 1910. by CALODTTA Indi...

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