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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

El Paso Texas Tuesday Evening June 7 1910 12 Pages All the News Herald Prints It First White It's Fresh. ill jl 'J J H 111 Ll H IH 1 1 Li ENEMIES IT1 HOUSEHOLD ARE WORSEIIHSURGEHTS TAFT STAYS THAN FOES' Ml OFF RAISE FOREIGN -HARD OF RATES Tells British That America And England Face the Very Same Danger. IT IS NOT WAR WITH AN ENEMY It Is the Treachery Within That Hurts Free People Must Master Selves. Oxford England June 7. Former rres?dent Theodore Roosevelt was the Sliest of Oxford today. He delivered a i lecture at the uni versity of Oxford of the corporation tion by the mayor there was a recep- known. FirsC made the fact president and see the former of Civil Laws. Ox- legree of Doctor him the honorary pnnf0ri o n and the university at the town hall a big- audience sing- ins "For He's a Jolly 5ood Fellow when Mr. Roosevelt appeared. Mr. Roosevelt made hurried visits to leadlnsr collesrians and to nlaces of his- t.K -interest. He ?ws entertained a.t 4 luncneon oy tne American ciud l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

Costs Little Now is when the men of EK Paso can wear the BEST HATS SHIRTS SOCKS SUSPENDERS TIES UNDERWEAR etc. Our Exp ansion Is On And we are clearing v to turrung the store oyer to "We cannot turn it over to "hrm now because there are too many goods in the way therefore we thought you might have them at about one-half their real worth. This is the first time such high grade gents' furnishings have sold for such a LITTLE PBICE and you better take advantage of this sale as an- other like it may never come again. "ifflg semm&emF ALL GASH NO CREDIT DTJRIlTa SALE. IT CUVC IT LI UHlti II F(1F TO IMFM. iUL IU uEiuiU (Continued From pies .will be stationary or else have oe- gun to go backward in population while many of them will have already j gone very tar Dackwara. Hope for the Future. "There is much that should give us concern for the future. But there is much also which should give us hope. No man is more apt to be mistaken than the prophet of evil. After the French revolution in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

EL PASO - a 4 S'tZ Brevities j ALD Tuesday June 7 1910 Train Bullerrn. Ail afternoon trams ar repjrte4 on timu. Hold baggage checks for Lon swell ?. Get your baggage today not tomorrow." BREVITIES.. N.. N.. N. . N j All kinds nice berries 2 boxes for a quarter. Jackson's. Phone 3a3. I a uinunuous ; Us IS I A' ' iss Kg I Pr Fob fTil Hi fr1 fas Again yesterday. as usual the El Paso business men used more than double the advertising in the El Paso Herald than they used in any other El Paso paper. This exhibition of the preference of the El Paso business men for the El Paso Herald as their choice of mediums for publicity is a " con- tinuous performance." To change in the pro- gram for several years. Bear in mind Mr. Business Man that these figures refer to PAID DISPLAY and CLASSI- FIED ADVERTISING- of El Paso business people only. IT DOES NOT INCLUDE CHEAP CON- TRACT LEGAL ADVERTISING which is Aiven the paper with the SMALLEST CIRCU- LATION if the bid price is low enough and GIVE AWAY S...

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

c The Herald's Sporting News HER. The Herald 's Sporting News Tuesday June 7 1910. ATTI JOHNSON m HE lllMn! Mr! I H'hS Texas gue tames Satnrday and Sunday Gaines Special "Wire to The Herald. San Francisco Cal. June 7- Threats and counter-threats of gun-play un- paid debts managerial switches and the possible re-threshing out of the referee situation having as Its object the se- lection of someone other than Tex Jtlckard furnished themolehill out of which mountains arose at Jack John- son's training camp Monday. That he had severed all relations j with George Little his former man- ager and would manage his own af- fairs at least until after the battle with Jeffries is the statement made by John- son. Little reiterated his determina- tion to hold Johnson to the terms of a contract he claims he made with the fighter and which Litle declares will run until May 1911. Little said he will take legal steps to see that he Is not "juggled" out 0f it and intimated that his action might Interf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

Tuesday. June 7 1910. 5 P Copyright 1910 By By Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow u. w. lsuiingnam u HERALD H Vk Johnny E vers 2r The man who made 2d base famous says that if there's one thin? he likes better than Coca- Cola it's more Coca-Cola. He DRINKS SYA'OrSIS O PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. Howard Jeffries marries waitress -while at college and Is disinherited oy rich father. Stepmother visits apart- ments of her old flame Robert Under- wood to try to prevent him ending- his life when pressed by creditors. Howard visiting- Underwood a former college- mate seeking a loan is asleep In the apartments during the interview and as stepmother leaves. Underwood shoots himself. Howard awakens and is ar- rested and by police third degree meth- ods is made to confess to iie crime. His wife seeks aid of his family. Goes to see husband at prison. He tells her he is not guilty. and does not hesitate to Tecommend it to ball players and. all other athletes as the greatest thirst-quencher ever made. DELIC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

!AL AND MAGAZINE PAGE EL PASO HERAIJD Established April. 3881 The E) Paso Heiald Includes aiso bv absomt'on and succession The Daily News The Telegraph. The Telegram. The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent. The Journal. The Kepubliean The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATE! TRESS AXU MER. XEWSP. I'UBLISIIEES' ASSOC. Entered at the Postoffice in El Paso T.t. as Second Class matter. Dedicated to ths service of tne people that no good cause snail lack a cham- pion and that evil sl'&ll no thrive ui.opposed. Salient Points About the Great International Exposition In Brussels 4t Tuesday June 7. 1910. Bell Auto 115 1115 2020 2020 i19 Business Office notorial Room? Society Reporter Advertising department HERALD ! TELCPUOIVI2C. j Llo TERMS or SURSOmPTIOX. Dailv Kftralo. TSr month. bOe. ne- vea ST. Wekv TTpinld. ner rear. $2. The Dally Herald is delivered b carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Fort ' Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciuda Juaie Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subsc...

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

PT LP vO$ A i Tuesday June 7 1910. 7 SOLDIER BOYS IN CAMP NEAR YSLETA Will Go Through Maneuvers Cattle Inspector Is Wanted. Ysleta Tex. June 7. A company of the 23d infantry from Fort Bliss under the command of 'Lieut. Morrow is in camp one mile from here. Tie hoys i are down for maneuvers. Lieut. Morrow i saTs a "'hike" here is nothing like as j hard on the boysxis one half as long in the Philippine islands I Mrs. Wan. T. Downing and son Ed ward of Seottsville. Ky.3 are guests of Mns. A. L. Peterman. J. W. Eubank county engineer was in the valley on business Monday. Citizens here are going to make a strenuous effort to have a cattle in spector appointed. A petition - will be ( circulated ana presented to the county court. J. W. Gihbs took M. Schutz to Hotel Dieu in El Paso Monday in his automo- bile. Mr. Schutz will have an operation performed in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Gourley are out after their recent attack of smallpox. nHinnRH!?1 The Commerce Commission Is Asked to Order Rate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

ERALD S Tuesday June 7 1910. KjL PASO JEE I ! I !; There is where we invite your attention- where we most cor- dially invite our El Paso and Texas friends and neighbors to come and reside and to be-4 come a part of our beautiful city. i San JJiego Wants High Oracle V. itizehs j Like ALL progressive cities we reach out into other sections and offer inducements to attract attention to the opportunities that lay at your door. ::::::.::: EI Paso and an Diego Are Indissolubly Linked and with the completion of the San Diego and Arizona Railroad a few months hence El Pasoans will have a direct route to San Diego and to the already large colony of Texans now with us we hope to add many more. San Diego offers much to investors and to those who like life near the ocean. Nowhere else in the world can be found a finer harbor a better climate nor a more ideal location for a city. !Azid such views! From almost any part of San Diego one has a commanding view unsurpassed in beauty anywhere on the g...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday June 7 1910. rHu!. nflfir til i Says Mesa Water Deterior- ates Faster After It Is Pumped Than Water from Watts Well. (Continued From Page -Cue.) tl.e algae from the Mesa reservoir. The afternoon was given wholly to work at the laboratory. This work included the implantation of samples secured at the Mesa in plain gelatin plain agrar litmus lactose agar and in Smith fermentation- tubes containing1 dextrose broth and in counting the colonies of the implanta- tion made Monday. j All of the sites visited Monday were revisited Wednesday April 13 and the following additional sites were care- fully studied: "Water main dead end corner of Franklin street and North El Paso dead end corner Montezuma and Prospect streets Rio Grande river just below the counts'- hospital Rio Grande river above the smelter across from New Mexico (just above the bridge). Samples of water were secured from each site visited and during the after- noon these samples were implanted in plain gel...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

L FA HERALD : t '' -J-MenaMaiaSEaBaMiMHIMaBBBBBBBBMBaB5gBMW 10 Monday June 6 1910. Personal. WILL THE PARTY who took the nose classes with chain from box in Club House restaurant Sunday evening please leave at same place? Help Wanted Male. TELEGRAPEY IS QUICKil learned; great demand for operators; situation sure; expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college. Dallas. Texas. WASTED Men at Los Angeies. No expense to learn trade of electricity automobiles plumbing bricklaying by actual work on contract jobs. Only few months required; 200 students last year. Catalog free. TJ. T. School Con. Co. Los Angeles. WASTED An experienced bookkeep- er; none other need apply; state ex- perience. E. B. care Herald. WASTED An advertising solicitor on a daily paper. One who can produce business. Address 55 care Herald. Give reference and experience. BOY WASTED who desires to learn valuable business. He must live at home be well educated of good ad- dress over 16 no bad habits mechan- ically inclined...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

EL PASO HERAL Tuesday June 7 1910. 11 Too Late to -Classify LOOK IX THE HERALD'S WAST A LETTER FOR YOU. ADS TODAY FOR INVITATIONS TO j Replies sent In care of The Herald THE HAPPY HOUR THEATER. TWO j office were awaiting- the following ad- PERSOXS WILL BE ENTITLED TO A i vertlsers this morning. PAIR OF RESERVED SEATS EACH These replies should be called for not GOOD FOR ANY NIGHT THIS WEEK. later than one week after being bulle- This evening W Herald prints the tinea first two invitations in its Classified -A- JB- Ad. section and two persons in El Paso B. 34 will be entitled to a pair of reserved D- 309 seats each for the Happy Hour theater ' E. B. and tomorrow nisrht there will be an- : H. 31 other nalr of invitations. And the next night two more and so on until further notice. On one of these days beginning to- night you may be the lucky one so look and look hard. Present your clipped invitation to the Classified Ad- vertising man at The Herald office and he will give you the pair ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 June 1910

ERALD 12 Tuesday June 7 1910. Ferm 1EL ) Every variety of fruit preserves may be had in the Ferndell line put up in refined Sugar Syrup. The varying temperatures and time required for pre- serving and the proportions of Sugar Syrup most desirable for each variety of fruit are known exactly and kept just right. Pitted Red Cherries per jar -. .40c California Apricots per jar 40c Yellow Crawford Peaches per jar . .v 40c Green Gage Plums per jar 40c Strawberries per jar 40c Blackberries per jar : 4 40c Plum Tomatoes per jar 40c Black Raspberries per jar 40c Sliced Quince per jar .40c Damson Plums per jar 40c (Continued From Page One.) MOUWIAm PAEK CHERRIES This is the finest cherry you can get for preserv- ing . It is the Large Kind. Very juicy and de- licious flavor. The supply will be limited place your order now. 15c Per Box; $1.75 Per Dozen. they are present in the uncovered or open reservoirs and in my judg- ment the reservoir at the Mesa plant presents conditions that favor their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 June 1910

El Paso Texas Wednesday Evening June 8 1910 - - - 16 Pages All the News Herald Prints It First "White It's Fresh. 1 J Another American Heiress r Nobleman nurrnrniTr U III LuLiliit L OEM ARE HONORED SARDINIA & Wedded To Poo Monument to Prisoners Who Died on Johnson's Island Is Dedicated. GRAVES JSE&LECTED FOR MANY YEARS Sandusky O. June 8. A monument to the memory of Confederate officers and soldiers buried on Johnson's island Sandusky bay Lake Erie was dedicated today. The movement to erect the statue originated with the Robert Pat- ton chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy of Cincinnati O. The chapter purchased -the cemetery in 1908 when It ttos found that the spot around which so many historic memories clus- tered was being neglected and prac tically abandoned. Its only visitors were the veterans of a Grand Army j post who every Decoration day held me morial services for their former foes. Headstones for Graves. Prior to this however one effort had been made t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 June 1910

V ' 1 . ' . Vw Aim '1?A:!S3 3:i? -AS iaK3 f t ti. 'SS8 THIS stock must be sold to makevroora for the contractors to work. We are going to rebuild our store take in the next store and have one of the finest Gents' Furnishing Goods houses in the southwest but these goods must be turned into cash no matter what sacrifice it costs. :: :: Manv El Pasoams Aided But Plans Made For Fur- ther Assistance. Doesn't This Look As If We Meant It ? J !& . 12 3JA Wilson Bros Shirts $2.50 now $1.75 IfllllX Wilson Bros. Shirts $2.00 now $1.60 fVli P If I llllf Wilson Bros. Shirbs; $1.50 now . .-. . . .$1.15 ' AffflliPSIf Wilson Bros. Shirts $1.00 and $1.25 . . 7? 85c A'aL it i I If 1 1 in in i . . i .. i.. i - - l -swe3? vBr$i i fi X S J-?? & 5 " C& 5a I wWmimm i jwmi- jf accxewiro. vx&vszcr -coes t r wMBfiwHPp now 40c 5as85 fza&ff ?s now. 65c t'J7' now 3 pair for 50c "fM I to. f V . Vr n ?r Panama Hats $12.50 now $9.00 Panama Hats $ 8.00 now $6.50 Panama Hats $ 5.00 now $3.75 Felt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 June 1910

"Wednesday June 8 1910. err TO A Cirfe TTTPT. A Tn JJjJU JTAUV J " m-- --- J Summe r 1 made from Priestley's "Cravenetted" English Mohain Cool- Comfortable-Dressy "RAIN WILL NEITHER SPOT NOR WRINKLE THEM" See Window Displayy lilts ! 1111111 Jfilk Wmmm UJii0 -" WJMSSSK S&IIEBllHEk Vllfilllte Sli :M1 ??z&ttr Jnlrrs 4b If III I . L I. BERG Finest of Clothing Ready to Wear 206 Ssn Antonio St. El Paso Texas Tilings I n the Shoi Snvi u: Knowing About If you -want the freshest hest and finest hutter call for Ardoin's "Sunrty Side Special." Always fresh and sweet- The'railk perfect is the El Paso Dairy Co.'sjmilk. Trv one of those big fat fresh mack- erel we have for breakfast. Jackson's phone 333. f The Smith Ice Cream company makes all flavors of cream and fresh cream is made daily. It's the best and cheapest- Smith's ice cream is pure and made tinder the most sanitary conditions. Costs no more than the ordinary kind. The babies should have plenty of good fresh milk these days. Yo...

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

8.10. E"L PASO HERALD Wednesday June w I - Ja5J i w I : i WEATHER FORECAST utuSbAUllS lUH j r ; p ' 1 V 1 m. sai . 5 'r m u unfit I Lily JIV. s vr - is a jnri amiaaflj a gftirsraiaa ei g --- i:; h vu-a wkbstv ejk a w mm sn vtw Bm m w. iNiBixiaiii: n I nri I I e sees f.H"wvw" ""v wv"""l bHUHbH j i i But you'll hardly notice it unless you come in and get fitted out in a tropical weight suit. The- seem to make the sun less hot they lower the temperature several degrees and thev lessen the burden of sweltering weather. Need a Trunk or Suit Case? We carry trunks up to $100.00. Suit Cases up to $75.00. . The greatest line in the southwest ta k Everything to Wear for Men and AT THE BLUMENTHAL COSHER Hot How Cheap But How Good Boys BELL. PKOXE ItC. "Will get you a buyer. e Buy Your rocene Here iave Money 3 large cans Pioneer Milk ng for !...wC Fresh Eggs n per dozen J'' 3 cans Banquet Corn 5E5" for ' awC 4 cans Baltimore Tama- e F toes for fcso 2 -3-lb. cans Lemon Cling ey g? Peaches for &a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 June 1910

E HERALD Wednesdav. June 8 1910. IS COUNTY RING GETTING SCARED? WE shipment of REGAL and keep I and leathers for the little prices Mail Orders Promptly Filled SYAOPSIS Off PREVIOUS CiLVPTKRS. Howard Jeffries marries -waitress whJie at college and is disinherited oy ich father. Stepmother visits apart- ments of her old flame Robert Under wood to t-y to prevent him ending his j life hen pressed by creditors. Howard visiting Underwood a former college- j mate seeking a loan is asleep in the j apartments during the inter lew ana J 3c stpnmnthpr Imrpc TTnilprironil shoots himself. Howard awakens and is ar- rested and. by police third degree meth- ods is made to confess to tie crime His -wife" seeks aid of his family. Goes to see husband at prison. He tells her lie is not guilty. (Continued From Yesterday.) Judge Brewster stopped and laid Sown his eyeglasses. "Ah that is precisely the point of view we take in this matter! Now captain; in the present case ;on Jthe night at the confession d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 June 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Wednesdav June 8 1910. s T PA! Established April 1881. The El Paso Herald includes aiso. ny aosorpc-on u" euccession; The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram. The Tribune - The Graphic The Sun. The Advertiser Th Independent The Journal. The Kepub.iean The Bulletin. 5IE3IBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. XBWSP. PCTMSHEKS' ASSOC. Entered at the Postoffice in El Paso. Tex. as Second Class matter. Dedicated to the service of the people thatno good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall nor. 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. ??;: The Daily H-rald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez. Mexico at 60 cents a- montlL A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please State In his communication both the old arid the new addres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 8 June 1910

Wednesday -June 8 1910- 7 SE PASO HERALD -"-.I ' - i " i Eyster's C. O D. Grocery I Bell Phone 844-823 Auto Phone 1691 THE HOME OF LOWER PRICES Best Creamery Butter 3 lbs. for $1.00 Fresh Kansas Eggs per dozen. 25c Mountain1 Park Eggs fresh every day per doz. 40c Iine large New Potatoes 10 lbs. for 25c 10 lb. pail pure Lard 1-65 5 lb. pail pure Lard 85c 3 lb. jail pure Lard . " 55c 10 lbs. Gottolene 1-60 lbs. Gottolene 65c Extra good quality plain Bacon per lb 25c Dr. Price's Food Post Toasties and Epilog's Corn Flakes 3 for '. 25c Pe1j Milk St. Charles Milk or Pioneer Milk 3 for . 25c Eagle Milk per can . 15c 6 cans small Columbia or Pet Milk for 25c 2 pkgs. Shredded "Wheat for 25c 2 pkgs. Grape-Nuts for 25c Scotch Oats per pkg 10c 4 lbs. best bulk Starch for i 25c Two 1-lb. pkgs. Gloss Starch for. . . . 15c 5 bars D. C. Soap for 25c 6 bars Pearl White Soap for 25c 4 bars Fels Naptha Soap for . . . 25c Large pkg. Gold Dust for 20c 4 large rolls Toilet Paper for 25c 2 pkgs.Twenty Mu...

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

EL PASO HERA! H8 Wednesday June 8 1910. WESTERN UNION : ' Many Card Tarite lfW I IL i turner ou Happy v during the "WeeK. w J X T 1 1 jdr 1 - ln S octal 'Circlek - - - i S y. " -y - Form 294. I fMMl-All'Q 911fl MlA' '' ' yn Btud. In Iorfr WESTERN fubl MffM UHliCucIl dliO MI . union -gr w j I j . v ' oman Sandals again as they proved very fast sellers. Infantfe ' Roman San- Children's Roman San- Vlals sizes 2 to 5 A Children's Roman San- davs sizes oVo to 8 KF Erf .to GREATER Ei j& M xfJiffrgAGREATESTSHOE STORE GREATEST SHOE STORE OUT-OF-TOWN VISITORS. V V V V V V V V V V . . . v Mrs. J. W. Eubank lias as her guests this week her mother Mrs. R. Sanfield and Mrs. H. E. Clark of Milan Mich. t. Miss Imogene Mead of Tucson Ariz. i? the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ray li -ins at 1011 North El Paso street. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cart-wright of Ter- rel Texas arrived in the city yesterday to visit their daughter Mrs. Clarence Pickrell. Mrs. M. L. Garland of Burlington "Wyo. arrived recently to...

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